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ASIAN FILM // REVIEW SAKE BOMB Set in California, Sake-Bomb is a vicious comedy that, ultimately, ends up straddling a fine line between effective and annoying.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW CAMPIONE! Campione! is a blend of action and harem tropes, directed by Keizou Kusakawa, who knows a thing or two about harem / action shows from working on Sekirei.
ANIME & MANGA // NEWS BAYONETTA: BLOODY FATE Move over Kiki, there is a new queen of the witches heading our way.
ANIME & MANGA // NEWS THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME SCREENING! As part of the BFI’s Sci-Fi Season: Days of Fear & Wonder, the Poly, Falmouth will be screening The Girl Who Leapt Through Time on 29th November.
ANIME & MANGA // NEWS BATTLE OF GODS With the long awaited re-mastered collections of the original Dragon Ball series coming to UK DVD, it seems British fans will finally get their hands on one of the DBZ movie spin-offs.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW FROM THE NEW WORLD Saki and her friends live in a small village where they go to school every day to learn how to use their telekinetic powers.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW ROBOTICS; NOTES The Central Tanegashima High School Robot Research Club looks like it’s about to run out of batteries.
LIFESTYLE // NEWS KISHI BASHI TO FIDDLE ACROSS THE UK Japanese violinist Kishi Bashi has been taking the world by storm since the release of his critically acclaimed debut album 151a in 2012.
ASIAN FILM // NEWS LESSON OF EVIL Takashi Miike is on gory and ferocious form in Lesson Of Evil, the story of a charismatic school teacher, Seiji Hasumi (Ito Hideaki), who is the newest member of staff at Shinko Academy.
LIFESTYLE // NEWS KYARY PAMYU PAMYU’S NEW ALBUM Kyary Pamyu Pamyu released her latest album Pika Pika Fantajin in the United Kingdom, this summer, and this time things got physical!
ASIAN FILM // NEWS R100 Japanese comedian and director Hitoshi Matsumoto was the brains behind the bizarre superhero pastiche Big Man Japan. His latest film R100 stars Nao Omori as Takafumi Katayama
LIFESTYLE // ARTICLE SUIYOUBI NO CAMPANELLA Suiyoubi No Campanella are one of the most otaku-friendly electro-rap outfits you’ll ever hear.
LIFESTYLE // REVIEW COLD AS ICE Tokyo is scorching hot during the summer months, and the disgusting humidity only gets worse day by day. Thank goodness, then, for Big Suica Bar.
LIFESTYLE // ARTICLE RISE OF THE ROBOTS SoftBank announced on 5 June that it will be manufacturing personal robots aimed at mainstream consumers and capable of reading human emotions.
ANIME & MANGA // ARTICLE PING PONG THE ANIMATION Click. Clack. Click. Clack. Occasionally a ‘du-donk’. Ping pong is pretty dull, right? Wrong! The world of competitive table tennis is harsh beyond belief as Ping Pong the Animation tells it.
ANIME & MANGA // NEWS MEKAKUCITY ACTORS Mekakucity Actors is streaming to the UK now, via animaxtv.co.uk
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW JORMUNGAND: COMPLETE SEASON 1 As daughter of a shipping magnate, Koko Hekmatyar uses her globe-trotting position at her father’s international business to secretly trade weapons.
ASIAN FILM // NEWS WARRIOR KING 2 Can it really be nine years since Tony Jaa starred as ass-kicking elephant herd Kham in the first Warrior King?
ASIAN FILM // NEWS THE SWORD IDENTITY Xu Haofeng’s The Sword Identity was originally scheduled for a UK release in 2013, but the ups and mostly downs of high street retail throughout last year kept it on the holding shelf.
ASIAN FILM // NEWS KILLERS Executive produced by The Raid’s Gareth Evans, Killers is the tale of two twisted minds leaving a trail of blood in their wake.
ASIAN FILM // REVIEW BEHIND THE CAMERA Behind the Camera is a heartfelt experimental oddity from Korea which has garnered considerable film festival acclaim over the past year.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW CARDFIGHT VANGUARD Forget Yu-Gi-O – the latest card game is Vanguard, a tournament style extravaganza that has spawned a mighty franchise encompassing anime, manga, and of course, trading cards.
GAMES // REVIEW TOMODACHI LIFE Ever dreamed of marrying a celebrity? Going head to head in a rap battle with one of your neighbours? Or how about writing your own rock song and performing it in front of a screaming crowd of friends?
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW A BRIEF HISTORY OF MANGA Penned by NEO contributor and Japanese pop culture expert Helen McCarthy, this neat little tome is a slick and stylish whirlwind tour through manga’s early origins
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW KAMISAMA KISS It’s all gone wrong for poor Nanami – her irresponsible father has run off to escape his gambling debts, so his luckless daughter is unceremoniously booted out of their apartment.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW NURA: RISE OF THE YOKAI CLAN It all hits the fan for Rikuo of the Nura Clan and his Night Parade of 100 Demons at the outset of the final instalment of the second season.
ASIAN FILM // REVIEW UNFORGIVEN It is a brave filmmaker who decides to tackle a remake of a certified contemporary classic.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW NARUTO SHIPPUDEN - BOX SET 18 This latest batch of episodes moves the plot forwards with a nudge or two as the five great ninja nations begin preparations for the outbreak of the Fourth Great Ninja War against the Akatsuki.
ASIAN FILM // REVIEW BRANDED TO KILL This scorching yakuza shocker from director Seijun Suzuki is, rightly, seen as one of the greatest Japanese films of all time.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW THE FAMILIAR OF ZERO Louise Françoise Le Blanc de La Vallière is a student at Tristein Academy, where the sons and daughters of nobility study the magical arts.
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