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The Art of Carole & Tuesday’s Opening: Interview with Bahi JD

The Art of Carole & Tuesday’s Opening: Interview with Bahi JD

Today we’re here to present you an interview with Bahi JD: exceptional digital animator, up-and-coming director and most importantly the major creative mind behind the opening sequence of Shinichiro Watanabe and BONES’ latest anime – Carole & Tuesday! While the anime itself is yet to be released globally, the opening has been gaining attention on social networks for its blend of heartfelt vocals and vivid animation. Bahi JD was kind enough to answer our questions and talk in-depth about how…

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SSSS.GRIDMAN Production Notes 12 And Final Impressions

SSSS.GRIDMAN Production Notes 12 And Final Impressions

SSSS.GRIDMAN‘s finale gave the show emotional, thematic, and even narrative closure for the viewers who paid attention to all the pieces we’ve been presented, while also offering some impressive action as the production’s final gift. These are our final thoughts on studio TRIGGER’s magnum opus, a proud heir of the Gainax spirit that was so sorely missed.

Anime’s Future: Nakaya Onsen

Anime’s Future: Nakaya Onsen

Digital animators have been putting out some of the most impressive work anime has to offer over the last few years. Today we present you one of the leaders of a new wave within that movement, which introduces a more human element to those flashy spectacles. Meet Nakaya Onsen, who has been receiving lots of attention as one of the stars in the astounding Fate/Apocrypha #22!

Interview With Bahi JD, Director Of ATOM: The Beginning’s Opening

Interview With Bahi JD, Director Of ATOM: The Beginning’s Opening

Bahi JD is one of the better known foreigners working in the anime industry, and for good reason; he’s one of the stars of the webgen phenomenon, as an animator who gained notoriety through work posted online and was able to kick-start his professional career based off that momentum. Rather recently he had his debut of sorts as director, as he handled the spectacular opening sequence of ATOM: The Beginning and its more laid-back ending. We reached out to him…

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