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For those that don't know Akira, the film came out in 1988, and thanks to Manga Entertainment, it saw release in the UK, Australia, and the US in the early 90s. The film was essential to the whole argument regarding “Anime isn't kid’s stuff” being formed.
This is the next film since the release of Dragon Ball: Resurrection of F, which featured the return of one of the series most infamous villains, Frieza and came to America thanks to Funimation Entertainment.
Takahata would continue to work at Studio Ghibli for years as a director, writer, and producer. His film, The Tale of Princess Kaguya was nominated for an Oscar at the 87th academy awards. Truly this is a sad day for many anime fans.
Though Dragon Ball Super ends with this weekend's episode, the series will continue with the upcoming Dragon Ball Super movie. Check out the trailer...
ISOLA from Image Comics hits your local comic book store on April 4, and you should be excited for Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl’s work as they have created a fascinating new world.
Altered Carbon, an ambitious science fiction Netflix original show lands today with ten episodes. The slick looking show is a first for the streaming...
Welcome to the twenty-third episode of the Comic Show by Monkeys Fighting Robots! Grant Morrison continues his weird alternate Santa Claus story in Klaus and the...