There was an awesome Toy Story short released last year, about the gang’s encounter with the complete set of a very 80s toy line: The Battlesaurs. Those dinosaur warriors had an excellent theme song. Now they have an excellent fake intro, for the cartoon tie-in show they never actually had.
I've never actually seen Kill la Kill, but I have seen its cosplay. It's a show about skin, suspenders and a giant sword, right?
The setup of When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace is simple: one day, seemingly at random, the five members of a high school literature club gain superpowers. But when no otherworldly threat appears, they decide to continue their lives as normal—though with a bit more in the way of superpowered shenanigans.
Being able to 3D print anything you'd like is great and all, but it's not exactly the most fun thing a modern blacksmith can do.
Over the past 365 days I have given you my recommendations for the anime you should be watching in the winter, spring, summer, and fall and followed that up with dozens of reviews. So now, as the year comes to a close, it's time to take one more look at them all to find the five best anime series of 2014.
It's no secret how much I enjoyed Kill la Kill; but now that it's been off the air for a few months, I feel like there is a hole in my heart. Seeking to fill that void, I took to the net and have returned with two fan games.
Kill la Kill is a rare breed of anime. It perfectly mixes comedy and action while reveling in taking everything to the extreme. And the fact that it has now ended leaves each week looking a little less bright.
There is no question that this season's break-out anime is Kill la Kill, the newest anime by the creators of Gurren Lagann. As it reaches its halfway point, it’s not hard to see why. It's a series that seems only concerned with one thing: having fun in the most awesome ways possible while taking you along for the ride.
For all its over-the-top action and side-splitting humor, my favorite part of this season’s breakout anime, Kill la Kill, may just be its awesome soundtrack. And as it hits shelves on Christmas day here in Japan, it’s pretty much the best Christmas gift I could hope for.
Kill La Kill, the newest anime by the creative minds behind over the top mecha hit Gurren Lagann, is all about a girl searching for the person who killed her father. To do this she has a giant scissor-blade and a transforming school uniform. That's where things get troubling.
As we continue through October, we have come to the end of the summer season and are beginning the fall one. But with 49 new anime in the pipeline, how do you know which ones to watch? Check out the trailers and brief blurbs about each to see which of them catches your interest.