Don’t let a lack of artistic skill stop you from creating the ultimate anime martial artist!
Our anime-loving correspondent Seiji says these anime series will give you a case of Japan’s dreaded, productivity-killing “May disease.”
If you’re an anime-loving lady, here’s your chance to save the day.
From huddling next to Totoro in the rain to surprising Sen with low-cost cosplay in Spirited Away, these dreamy scenarios will take your breath away.
Slender, hard-bodied anime figure skaters get turned into soft, roly-poly versions.
You don’t need Hayao Miyazaki-level drawing skills or magical powers, as long as you’ve got some basic office/school supplies.
Centuries-old textile-making techniques are part of this stylish anime wallet.
Labor of love makes the latest Gundam mecha look like something from anime’s heady hand-drawn peak.
Producers seem committed to keeping the story going, not just making an easy cash grab.
The special release takes us through the love story of Cassis and Arles, a romance the animator has been developing for ten years.
Puppet theater music video about biting a Pokémon’s tail is a surprising tear-jerker.
As the saying goes, if you like it you should put a ring on it, so…don’t mind if we do!
The anime heroine’s magical powers aren’t the only things that evolve in Cardcaptor Sakura.
From hugs to piggybacks and intimate kisses, this reference manual is filled with romantic male-on-male love scenarios.
Respondents in the U.S., China, and four other countries’ top 10 answers included Pokémon, military leaders, and adult film actresses.
New age restrictions also put in place for actors and actresses, even anime ones.
Seiji’s search for love takes him beyond the bounds of humanity.
Professional skater recreates Sailor Moon’s transformation sequence on the ice in Tokyo.
Really, is there any more sensible way to spend that money than in obtaining a 1:1-scale figure of the female lead of one of anime’s most popular harem series?