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In the Tokyo of Kaiju No. 8, the destruction, chaos and gore left in the wake of giant monster attacks are an accepted part of daily life. Kaiju…
elieve it or not, there are many anime series out there which present history the way it should be—in a fun manner, filled with well-researched, intricate details needed…
Thanks to Sailor Moon, I discovered music was my first love.
In the days and weeks leading to opening day, Otakon had come to be known as the "convention at the end of the rainbow," a beacon of light…
Date: 8/6/2021 Header Image Credit: Samantha Ferreira It was late in the day, and Otakon had already gone from a sleepy gathering to a buzzing hive of
Date: 8/6/2021 Host: Daryl Surat The sun shone brightly over the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, granting but a fleeting preview of the oppressive
Date: 8/7/2021 Host: Ellainna Washington D.C. was already abuzz with life and activity as the clock struck eight; cars zoomed down K Street, and joggers
Have you ever noticed how often cyberpunk anime focus on law enforcement? Cyberpunk is the anti-establishment genre of sci-fi, one designed to showcase
The mournful vibration of a violin. The lonely notes from a piano. A harmonious swell as the two come together. Deafening silence, a sudden rise in tempo.
I am constantly shocked at how many people know us from Rising Stars. It must have been a bigger deal than I thought,” said Bikkuri. “It seems like…
The club returns to the University Satellite to talk up Battle Athletes Victory ReSTART! This week, it's all about the twists and turnabout.
The club heads out for another round with Battle Athletes Victory ReSTART! They discuss whether love can bloom on the track and field.
The club returns to talk up Battle Athletes Victory ReSTART! Episode 4, where the intrigue is really starting to dial up to eleven.
The mecha genre has always been known for its strong women, though Lynn Minmay and Sayla Mass blazed paths for lovers and fighters, alike.
A celebration of Heaven's Design Team: a quirky, relatable love letter to art and zoology alike, that charmed audiences in winter 2021.
The club returns for more sports action in Battle Athletes Victory ReSTART! This episode sees the core cast training, as things get real.
The Herald Anime Club returns to the University Satellite, as the crew discusses Battle Athletes Victory Episode 2.
The Herald Anime Club returns for another season. We're lacing up our running shoes as we dash up to discuss Battle Athletes Victory ReSTART!
A celebration and exploration of Black and POC characters that thrive within the anime landscape, from Jet Black to Michiko Malandro.
An in-depth look at WXIII: Patlabor the Movie 3, that examines the film's impact, and the role of the auteur devil and angel in its production
Anime Commentary continues their history of the mecha genre with look at icons that defined the 1980s scene beyond Gundam and Macross.
We had a chance to talk with Richard Epcar, who's breathed life into countless iconic characters, from Joseph Joestar to Daisuke Jigen.
Alex Henderson explores Laid-Back Camp's use of tech like smartphones as a means of connecting one another, even across the greatest expanses
Priya Sridhar offers a detailed history of TOKYOPOP's now-infamous "Rising Stars of Manga" program, which remains a cautionary tale even today
Hannah Collins examines Spy x Family and the ways the manga, in presenting the Forgers as a fake nuclear family, dismantles its very mythology
2020 anime BOFURI is a quirky, rare series that looks at the most positive easpects of MMORPGs and their close-knit communities.
Joshua Pantalleresco examines the world of manga, and how the western pop culture industries could learn from its perennial successes.
Our EIC announces that Anime Herald will take a short break in early 2021, as we take steps to make things more sustainable for the future.
Elizabeth James discusses The Fantastic Adventures of Unico, and the way the film conveys a message of hope amid sadness.