Hiroyuki Imaishi’s episode is unsurprisingly the most Hiroyuki Imaishi episode that Little Witch Academia could ever handle – in a good way, I swear! Let’s explore his work and the way Trigger appears to be approaching this project.
We’re back to answer our patrons’ questions. This time we get to highlight some exceptional non-Japanese East Asian animators working in this industry, as well as clarifying some doubts about anime as a business and chaotic management endeavor.
Goodbye Yoshiaki Kawajiri, hello Yosuke Hatta. The storyboarding duties change hands but Madhouse’s outsourcing policies never come to an end!
Kyoto Animation’s very own Naoko Yamada attended the screening of her latest film A Silent Voice during the Glasgow Film Festival just yesterday. A Q&A session was held right afterward, and since I was lucky enough to attend here is a transcript of this very interesting event. No spoilers, though those who have seen the film will appreciate some comments a bit more. Director: Naoko Yamada MC: Jonathan Clements
Summer activities such as the beach, Comiket, existential dread and the deeply uncomfortable sense of non-belonging. But the animation’s fun and there are good news for KyoAni!
Dare I say this was the funniest Little Witch Academia has ever been? Yes I do. Imaishi’s episode is coming next week, but his pupil already made this ridiculous adventure possible. Enjoy reading about more Gainax School creators!
It’s time for another look at TV series and particular episodes handled by outstanding staff, likely to become highlights of current anime over the next month. Quite a lot of variety!