- 02/09/15--04:37: RAGE OF BAHAMUT: GENESIS Review
- 02/18/15--03:34: FUNimation Announces DEATH PARADE Dub Cast
- 02/24/15--03:13: AMAGI BRILLIANT PARK Review: Light, Magical, and Fun
Anime based on card games don’t have the best of reputations, much of it warranted. Fortunately, Rage of Bahamut: Genesis bucks the odds, giving anime fans a thrilling, 12-episode-fantasy ride. Story The story opens with bounty hunter Favaro, a rough-ish anti-hero, coming across the beautiful and mysterious Amira. Amira is searching the lands for her mother and pleads with Favaro to take her to Helheim, the place where her mother remains imprisoned. Favaro neither agrees nor disagrees; the two more or less fall in together, especially when Favaro’s childhood friend, Kaiser Lidfort appears, determined to kill Favaro for his part in a
FUNimation Entertainment announced the English cast for its broadcast dub of the popular new anime Death Parade on February 17, 2015. The cast, directed by ADR director Zach Bolton and working from a script by Bonny Clinkenbeard, includes Alex Organ (Ghost in the Shell: Arise, One Piece) as Decim, Jamie Marchi (Assassination Classroom, Future Diary) as Woman, Eric Vale (Hetalia, Dragon Ball Z Kai) as Takashi and Trina Nishimura (Attack on Titan, Steins;Gate) as Machiko. The dub begins broadcast on FUNimation’s website on February 18th. FUNimation described Death Parade, which began broadcast in Japan on January 9th, thusly: “There is a place after death that’s neither
Amagi Brilliant Park is in trouble: the park faces closure if it cannot attract 250,000 visitors in three months’ time. The basic premise of Amagi Brilliant Park is a refreshing departure of the epic scale problems of other shows. Kyoto Animation’s entry in the Fall 2014 anime season is more of a light and magical experience. There is beauty in the show’s ability to execute its fantastical premise and keep tension in a central problem that can seem somewhat insignificant at first glance and in comparison. Amagi Brilliant Park follows the lives of the park’s staff as they try to withstand all the
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