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11:00 PM on 04.01.2014

4kids takes on Kill la Kill: Meet Bully la Bully

I'm tempted to post this without comment, but that would be unprofessional of me. So meet Bully la Bully, the 4kids-style redub of Japanimation sensation Kill la Kill. Tumblr user Tony Le created the video based on this old ...

Josh Tolentino


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3:30 PM on 03.19.2014

First look at Attack on Titan in English

To build excitement for the official premiere of the Attack on Titan dub at Anime Boston -- and to tear the geekier portions of the internet asunder with talk over whether certain voices are "too deep" or "just deep enough,"...

Karen Mead

11:00 AM on 02.06.2014

Mai Mai Miracle gets funded in a day, dub possible

All the Anime's Kickstarter for Sunao Katabuchi's Mai Mai Miracle is funded! The Kickstarter was approved some time yesterday morning Eastern time and it has reached funding early morning today. The 2009 Madhouse film from di...

Jeff Chuang

10:00 AM on 11.30.2013

Pirate Asuka is dubbed in a new Evangelion 3.33 trailer

Ahoy me hearties! Ready to see Captain Asuka take this battle into space? No problem at all, as Manga UK have released a new trailer featuring the English dub cast for Evangelion 3.33: You Can (Not) Redo. There's still a lit...

Chris Walden

2:00 PM on 11.20.2013

NISA's Demon Gaze and Danganronpa to have dual audio

This news may only interest some of you, but as someone who lived through the anime dub/sub debate before dual audio DVDs made the issue moot, I wish more games have the option of both Japanese and English dubs available to p...

Jeff Chuang

8:00 PM on 10.05.2013

Will Sailor Moon get a new English voice?

I have to admit, as excited as I am for the new Sailor Moon anime we're supposedly getting one of these days, the question "Who's going to be handling the dub?" hasn't exactly been at the forefront of my mind. I'm more concer...

Karen Mead

12:00 PM on 08.28.2013

JX: An interview with Ian Sinclair

Funimation voice actors are like Pokemon to me. I've got to catch them all. Well, there is one less that I have to catch because I now have Ian Sinclair taken off my list. Ian has done a lot work for Funi such as Dallas...

Josh Totman

9:00 AM on 08.28.2013

JX: An interview with Michael Sinterniklaas

The always wacky and fun Michael Sinterniklaas was kind enough to sit down with me and talk about his work on both sides of the mic. He has worked on shows like GaoGaiGar as Gai Shishiô, Summer Wars as Kenji ...

Josh Totman

8:10 PM on 07.07.2013

AX '13: Yamato 2199 getting English dub

Hey, remember Star Blazers, the English incarnation of Space Battleship Yamato? Well, it's back! Sort of. Production I.G. and its partners are apparently opting to take advantage of Star Blazers' greater recognition in the w...

Josh Tolentino



Preview: Ni no Kuni photo
Preview: Ni no Kuni
by Chris Walden

It's been less than a week since the Ni no Kuni demo landed on the PlayStation Network for Studio Ghibli and Level-5 fans alike to clamour over. It offers two trips into the game, each at about 25 minutes long apiece, but perhaps that isn't enough for you? While it'll give you an idea of what you can expect from the game come January, it does drop you into the deep end a little bit. 

Namco Bandai kindly invited me to their offices at the end of November to play around with Ni no Kuni from the very beginning of the game, for a very generous three hours. While I was racked with temptation not to shove a few of their Mojipittan cushions up my shirt and do a runner (seriously, feel free to send me some!), I did manage to make good progress into what is likely the final build of Ni no Kuni. Why not come hear all about it after the jump?

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12:00 PM on 11.10.2012

Trailer for new Pokemon movie would make Freud blush

I've mentioned a few times that the Pokémon films are a guilty pleasure of mine, and the latest (the fifteenth, no less!) is no exception. The film is gearing up for its premier on December 8th by offering a short sni...

Chris Walden





4:00 PM on 10.05.2012

Jamie Lee Curtis, Christina Hendricks to dub Poppy Hill

GKids, the company behind the New York International Children's Film Festival, announced the English-language cast for the upcoming release of Studio Ghibli's Up on Poppy Hill. Some of the headliners include X-Files' Gillian...

Brad Rice