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Attack On Titan Season 2 – Production Notes 3-4

Attack On Titan Season 2 – Production Notes 3-4

The Attack on Titan coverage is back to tackle a downtime episode storyboarded by studio WIT’s most interesting director, and a more action packed one that allowed the show’s animation star Arifumi Imai to once again show off his skill. Tune in for some anime industry history, overviews of the work of some spectacular creators, and some more detail on how WIT operates.

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New Anime Studios Founded By NoitaminA’s Previous Leader

New Anime Studios Founded By NoitaminA’s Previous Leader

Over the last year or so, one of the most important figures in the anime industry has been making interesting moves that most fans have yet to notice. Today we’ll look into one of the people behind most of noitaminA’s celebrated titles and his new anime studios: Geno Studio, Revoroot, as well as the Twin Engine network.

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The Eccentric Family 2 – Production Notes 1

The Eccentric Family 2 – Production Notes 1

Uchouten Kazoku enamored all viewers it could reach, but not many people would have bet on it receiving a sequel. Sometimes good things do happen though, and so this delightful family series set in a magical Kyoto is back. Masayuki Yoshihara’s take on Tomihiko Morimi’s novels is thoughtful and immensely rich in detail, so we’re going to have plenty of neat moments to highlight. And as usual, expect a look at the staff as well. Expect these posts every 1-2 weeks, depending on how this season fares. Enjoy!

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The Making Of Sound! Euphonium’s Performance Scenes

The Making Of Sound! Euphonium’s Performance Scenes

Today we bring you a translated excerpt (with a bit of additional information) from Hibike! Euphonium Complete Book, which explains with very precise detail how its spectacular performance sequences were crafted, from a visual but also musical standpoint. While this is how things were produced for this particular series, you might learn a thing or two about anime production as a whole. As usual when it comes to Eupho, translated by our wonderful megax.

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