Today is Valentine’s Day, and in the grand AniTAY tradition I am reviving the Cafe once again to give everyone a chance to give shout-outs to other members of the community. Here are mine:
After a break, the AniTAY podcast has returned to discuss the Fall 2017 anime season. Recorded just before the season started, the podcast involves yours truly and AniTAY authors Gugsy, Kinksy, Dilkokoro, and Nan attempting to guess at which shows would be good this season. What did we think of the upcoming season?…
WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES: The Supreme Court of the United States has reached a conclusion on the seminal case Anime v. Common Decency, deciding not to take the case.
Title: GAHAHA | Artist: Everyone’s Favorite Idol Chitose Karasuma | Show: Girlish Number
TOKYO, JAPAN: In an unprecedented occurrance for the tight-lipped anime industry, storyboards for the next two hundred episodes of Boruto have leaked onto the internet.
Hey TAY folks, AniTAY’s tradition of a wild April Fool’s continues this year. If you want to see our posts, feel free to head on over to AniTAY.
NEW YORK, UNITED STATES: Area man John Kimber was shocked when he discovered that his much-beloved Ghost in the Shell manga series had been changed for its western localization.
KANTO, JAPAN: Today, investigators with the Yokohama police force captured a European man named Lighter Yagami in Tokyo with a mysterious book called the “Death Note”.
KYOTO, JAPAN: Yasuhiro Takemoto, director of Kyoto Animation’s popular winter anime, announced today that the final episode broadcast for the series has been delayed.
so it has come to my attention that it is april fools day today
The AniTAY podcast is back! Truth is, this episode was recorded over a month ago, but there were a few editing delays so you’re getting it now. If it makes you feel any better, the members this time were Shade, Dil, Requiem, Stanlick, and Exile, so it’s not as if you were missing anything. This episode, we talked…
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! As many of you are aware, we here at AniTAY like to spread the love on Valentine’s day by giving shout-outs to other members of the community. It may not be Sunday, but the Café is back for today so feel free to share any nice things you’ve been holding in! I’ll go first:
Welcome weary traveler to the final AniTAY podcast of 2016! Today I am joined by Grex, Gugsy, Raitzeno and Requiem to discuss the year that was and take a look at the upcoming winter season.
Much like in the U.S., Japan has quite a bit of music released every year. However, even if you play Japanese video games or watch anime, you might have missed out on a lot of it. As a big fan of many Japanese artists, I’ve heard several really excellent songs and albums over the past twelve months. Let’s take a look…
The podcast makes an epic return with a double-sized cast (totally not something I came up with at the last minute), and we’ve got a lot of Fall 2016 anime to discuss!
A prequel to the Seraph of the End series, Seraph of the End: Guren Ichinose: Catastrophe at Sixteen follows the Lieutenant Colonel when he was 16, before the events of the Catastrophe.
In last week’s episode of Love Live! Sunshine!! We were introduced to the powerful vocals and acrobatic abilities of the two-woman idol group Saint Snow. This week, we saw them take the stage, and they captured our hearts. #TeamSaintSnow
While Shiroe and the other round table members are deep in the political struggles of the People of the Land, a new danger suddenly arises that threatens all of Eastal.
Re:Zero is by far my favorite show airing this season, and the same could be said for it during its first twelve episodes last season. It has a relatively common-sounding setup: an otaku gamer dude gets dropped suddenly into a fantasy world. However, he has one ability that gives him a unique power: the ability to…
The current anime season at this point seems to be mostly dominated by slice of life and comedy series, with a very limited selection of action shows to choose from. As someone who likes both comedy and action series, this reversal of the usual trend is certainly not unwelcome, but it definitely puts more pressure on…