With fifteen years officially in the record books, it’s safe to say that The [email protected] has made its mark within the plethora of industries it’s now attached to. To commemorate this, we’ll be taking a much overdue look at not just the path its 2011 adaptation took to becoming a smash hit, but also the passion that made it all possible in the first place and how that connects to the series’ future.
The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya was released 10 years ago today, on February 6, 2010. A decade later and despite the tragic losses, its legacy at Kyoto Animation and the industry altogether still endures.
If you’re dying to watch the upcoming Fate/Grand Order Babylonia anime, we’re here to help you by making that wait even more painful — this whole piece is dedicated to its extraordinary production circumstances, the consequences of the studio prioritizing the project, the dazzling team behind it, and also the limitations they might be facing. And if you’re not interested at all in the series, should you be? Let’s see!
Episode #00 of CloverWorks’ Fate/Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia anime has been recently revealed to the surprise of many, but things aren’t quite as they seem. Come join us as we explore the circumstances behind its production and what to expect going forward!
Article pinned in memoriam of everyone who lost their lives in the terrorist attack today at the studio. We can only extend our heartfelt condolences to the victims, everyone’s families and friends, and all affected parties in general. Please take care.
A lighthearted episode that introduces a familiar concept to the franchise, yet also serves as a platform to discuss an important creator and her place within it.
Today we’ll have a very special post, right in time to celebrate a fantastic director’s birthday – and her entire career while we’re at it. Last major update: November 2019
Welcome to the latest entry in the science visual adventure series.
Welcome back, troops. It’s time for the second half of the Noriko Takao x Atsushi Nishigori roundtable, which picks off immediately where we left off in part one. I won’t waste your time with an overly long intro this time, so let’s get right into it.