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GAMES // REVIEW SUPER SMASH BROS. FOR NINTENDO 3DS It’s something that many gamers never thought possible – Super Smash Bros, the ultimate showdown between Nintendo’s most well-known mascots, compacted down onto a beloved 3DS handheld.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW BAKEMONOGATARI Directed by Akiyuki Simbo, Bakemonogatari features genuinely striking and original design work.
ASIAN FILM // NEWS BLACK BUTLER Following their release of Rurouni Kenshin, Warner Brothers continues to bring Japanese live action movies to Britain with the release of Black Butler.
ANIME & MANGA // NEWS KILL LA KILL Six years after Hiroyuki Imaishi and Kazuki Nakashima wrapped up fan favourite mecha show Gurren Lagann, the duo launched Kill la Kill.
LIFESTYLE // ARTICLE HWANG JUNG LEE Born in Japan to Korean parents, real-life martial artist and action star Hwang Jung Lee has created a legacy for himself playing some of the coolest villains of kung fu cinema.
LIFESTYLE // ARTICLE QURU-WHO? QURULI may not be a name too familiar with Japanese music fans over here, but mention the name to anyone who was a teenager in Japan at the turn of the millennium, and it’s an entirely different story.
ASIAN FILM // REVIEW KITE Based on Yasuomi Umetsu’s controversial cult anime, Kite was never going to be an easy tale to translate to the big screen.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW ATTACK ON TITAN: PART 2 After (mostly) surviving the tumultuous events of the series’ first half, Eren Jaeger and his giant-slaying chums find themselves out of the frying pan and into the fire.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW THE PRINCESS AND THE PILOT The Princess and the Pilot isn’t a classic film, but it’s in a classic mould – a magnificent, entertaining romantic adventure where a young man and woman take a perilous plane journey through the heavens.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW THE DEVIL IS A PART-TIMER The Devil Is A Part-Timer puts a distinctive twist on a well worn anime staple – that of the ordinary character transported into a fantasy world.
GAMES // REVIEW SUPER SMASH BROS. FOR WII U Super Smash Bros for Wii U has arrived, not only trumping the 3DS version in every regard, but also proving itself to be the pinnacle of the series as a whole.
ASIAN FILM // REVIEW LESSON OF EVIL Make no mistake about it – Lesson of Evil is Takashi Miike’s most malevolent movie since Audition back in 1999.
LIFESTYLE // REVIEW ASIAN STREET FASHION If you thought that Asian fashion was all about Harajuku girls, cosplay, gothic lolitas and gyarus, this book is going to shock you.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW IN CLOTHES CALLED FAT The politics of women’s bodies is a complex thing. Moyoco Anno tackles it head on in an equally complex fashion in In Clothes Called Fat
ASIAN FILM // REVIEW EDGE OF TOMORROW The past summer has seen Hollywood produce two big tent-pole movies based on Japanese properties.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW FROM THE NEW WORLD - PART 2 From the New World’s conclusion gets many things right, and many wrong as well. But if you were intrigued and surprised by volume one, it’s well worth going the distance.
ASIAN FILM // REVIEW MOEBIUS Korea’s foremost experimentalist Kim Ki Duk makes a raw return to shock-cinema with Moebius – a story of family dysfunction and body-horror that eventually becomes a full-on endurance test.
ASIAN FILM // NEWS OFFICIAL UK TRAILER FOR RUROUNI KENSHIN 2: KYOTO INFERNO! Watch the official UK trailer for Rurouni Kenshin 2 here!
GAMES // REVIEW NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: ULTIMATE NINJA STORM REVOLUTION Instead of following the central storyline, Revolution gathers all the shinobi of the Naruto universe together and pits them against each other in the Ninja World Tournament.
ASIAN FILM // REVIEW THE SWORD IDENTITY The problem with a 12-rated, and thus deliberately ‘softcore’, martial arts swashbuckler is, well, the inevitable lack of viciously exciting set pieces, and arterial geysers.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW DEVIL SURVIVOR 2: THE ANIMATION Based on the DS game of the same name by Atlus studios, Devil Survivor 2 is a cousin to the more well-known Persona series.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW THE WIND RISES The first news about Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises, before we knew its name, was the fact that it would be an ‘autobiography.’
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW PATEMA INVERTED Yasuhiro Yoshiura’s independently produced feature film is an ambitious piece of science fiction that works wonders with using different perspectives to look at the world that Patema and Age share.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW GARGANTIA ON THE VERDUROUS PLANET Produced by Production IG, directed by Kazuya Murata and written by Gen Urobuchi, Gargantia... arrives backed by some heavyweight anime names. It certainly gets off to a spectacular start.
ASIAN FILM // NEWS THE GRANDMASTER Released in Hong Kong after many delays in January 2013, Wong Kar-Wai’s The Grandmaster stars Tony Leung as the near-mythical Wing Chun master Ip Man
ANIME & MANGA // NEWS THE DEVIL IS A PART-TIMER Naoto Hosoda’s fantasy-comedy The Devil Is A Part-Timer takes the standard anime cliché of putting an ordinary character in an extraordinary world and flips it upside-down.
ASIAN FILM // NEWS RUROUNI KENSHIN 2: KYOTO INFERNO When Keishi Otomo’s big screen adaptation of Nobuhiro Watsuki’s manga Rurouni Kenshin was a smash hit in 2012, Warner Entertainment Japan decided to build on the film’s success with a mammoth two-part sequel.
LIFESTYLE // NEWS ONE PIECE GOES SYMPHONIC! On Saturday 7 February 2015, London will be graced with an extra special event that’s already gathered crowds upwards of 3,500 in Paris; the ONE PIECE Music Symphony!
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