Alec is Reviews & Features Editor over at Japanator's film-centric sister site, Flixist. He primarily covers indie and foreign films, especially ones from Asia. He's not madly in love with Japane...
Japan Cuts Roundup: The Devil's Path, The Pinkie, and Greatful Dead
Hi! I'm Amber. I enjoy tea, figurines, and black olives. I don't leave my house very often. Let's be friends.
Nail art is taken to a whole new level
I can't stop watching anime, listening to idol music, and playing video games. It's a wonder I'm still alive. Do the twitter thing @NewSchoolDae
Annotated Anime: Aldnoah Zero episode 2
I am Destructoid's Editor-In-Chief. I love corgis. I make music.
This McDonald's news video is better than Ran Ran Ruuu!
Yet to be the oldest kid on the block, this East Coast implant writes cryptic things about JP folklore, the industry or dirty moe. Attend cons and lives the "I can buy Aniplex releases" life.
First Impressions: Hanayamata
Josh is a simple man. Normally either in the kitchen cooking up a tasty meal or watching the latest anime that not too many people like. Being more of the old timer of the group. He has now been ...
Vocaloid concert coming to Phantasy Star Online 2
Kristina is a freelance photographer and writer from Miami now moved to Japan. She's a hardcore nerd culture enthusiast, Disney fan, sunflower admirer, and book slinger. Tweet her @geekerydo.
These are the Japanese pun stickers you've always wanted
Pedro Cortes has been known to swoon at the sight of a robot. This is understandable, as robots are pretty awesome.
Shonen Showdown: One Piece Episodes 647 - 653
Salvador's an average bystander that's taken his first steps towards a life changing goal. Other than that, Sal loves to overcome the spiciest meals in the world when he's in the mood for a chall...
Annotated Tokusatsu: Ressha Sentai ToQger episode 20
Tim is the former Editor-in-Chief of Japanator, a content media specialist by day, and pro-blogger by night. His posts can be found scattered throughout the Modern Method network. Also, he writes...
Production I.G. to adapt Sugiura's Sarasuberi