Photos of Kyoto Animation’s new building have been surfacing as it was being built, thanks to very dedicated fans. It seems like there’s quite a lot of confusion about this development even within the Japanese fandom though, so let’s explore KyoAni’s studios and their specific purposes!
This week we got no poignant thematic moments, but this straightforward story has many sweet moments – within the episode itself, and on a meta level too.
We’ve got even more interesting questions regarding the anime industry by our Patreon supporters. Alternative sources of income for anime studios, the inner workings of Production IG, as well as a handful of both specific and general production and staff doubts.
The moral quandaries and artistic issues that arise from repurposed animation, the forgotten women of Trigger and…episode? Which episode?
As the Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale film begins its worldwide screenings, our collaborator megax decided to translate some interviews with the key creators on the series. This one relates to the production of the first season and features its Chief Animation Director duo giving plenty of insight into the project, as well as their feelings towards the title. Chief Animation Director interview Shingo Adachi & Tetsuya Kawakami
Let’s have a serious talk about the appreciation of art based off this season’s most profound and rich title. Kemono Friends, of course.
A Silent Voice‘s team has arrived to handle material that couldn’t be any more different from their previous movie, but no challenge is too great for them. A sweet and amusing Nichijou-like episode introducing the last main character!