Kizumonogatari is as much the story of a vampire and a teenager as it is the story of Tatsuya Oishi. And while his tale is relatively well documented, it’s often tragically overlooked. His impact on SHAFT’s modern state can’t be understated, and yet it’s his comrade Shinbo who stays in the spotlight – the sad yet understandable consequence of what has been happening at the studio for over a decade. To understand this fascinating film we need a grasp of the company’s culture first,…
This week I ended up disregarding the plans I had for this column almost entirely in lieu of interesting anime craft developments. Good news I suppose! Let’s get to it.
Mob Psycho’s current arc continues to focus more on a character journey over action setpieces, and the anime adaptation pulls it off just fine.
The time has come for the final entry in this series of translations from the Dereani complete fanbook, and there’s no better way to close it all out than with a one on one interview with none other than the goddess given human form massive deviant super animator and general beast Megumi Kouno herself. One of her main duties this time around was as part of the design works team, which this interview is mainly focused on, and thus we’re…
Hey everyone, just popping by to let you know I was a guest on the the Senpai Coast to Coast Podcast. We recorded this early July when the Sakuga blog first came to life. We talk about Sakuga, the booru, animators and animation in general.
Mob Psycho’s character designer and general animation superstar Yoshimichi Kameda keeps sharing our posts on the series on twitter. That makes us ridiculously happy, but let’s not abuse his kindness and talk about other series for a change.