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Fate/Stay Night

Fate/Stay Night

Hugh David gets to grips with the Unlimited Blade Works -heartedly to fans wanting nothing heavier than some straight-up modern fantasy action with buckets of style. The TV series certainly has a following, enough so that the prequel and the movie have both been...
Time for Steins;Gate

Time for Steins;Gate

Andrew Osmond gets wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey with Steins;Gate Going from the first half of Steins;Gate into the second is a bit like going from a time-travel film like About Time into one like Source Code. Don’t get me wrong; the first half of Steins;Gate (covered...
Japanese Cinema in the Digital Age

Japanese Cinema in the Digital Age

Jonathan Clements reviews a new book on new media There’s no stopping Mitsuyo Wada-Marciano. Her last book, Nippon Modern, was a ground-breaking account of Japanese cinema in the 1920s and 1930s. Her next will apparently be a study of Japanese cinema in the Occupation...
D.Gray-man Cosplayers

D.Gray-man Cosplayers

Paul Jacques snaps more cosplay treasures Louise Rowland, Liam Powel, Mags Stocks and Siobhan MacLurg present a whole team of characters from the anime series D.Gray Man. The anime is available in the UK on DVD as an a box set from Manga Entertainment. Tweets by...
One Piece music: TOMATO CUBE

One Piece music: TOMATO CUBE

Tom Smith on One Piece’s TOMATO CUBE One-hit wonders. Every country has them. And, as PSY can most likely attest, very few musicians really want to be labelled as one. Sure, it’s all fun, games and fancy dinners when that royalty cheque floats through the letter box....

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