Tagged: genre: manga

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Nobunaga Concerto

A teenage boy accidentally time-slips back to the Warring Era period, where he discovers historical figure Oda Nobunaga looks just like him.

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Experiment Awards: Best of 2014

There are a lot of movie all over the world, some left in distribution limbo, some others left unsubtitled, so this is my attempt at making some sort of comprehensive list of what I thought was great… with some surprises, like last year.

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Keiichi Hara’s Miss Hokusai Trailer

Animation director Keiichi Hara’s latest foray into film is an adaptation of manga artist and Edo period customs researcher Hinako Sugiura’s manga Sarusuberi (百日紅, aka. Miss Hokusai) following the life of 23-year-old O-Ei, who happens to be the talented (and equally stubborn) daughter of famed artist Katsushika Hokusai.

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YAM’s Top Films of 2014

Tusks were out, discussions on distribution dates were put on the table, and some hard lobbying was done to put our favorites forward to battle it out. As a result, though local movie distribution is still king, we have some very awesome titles sprinkled here and there for everyone’s taste.

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Ping Pong: The Animation

Taiyou Matsumoto’s Ping Pong manga series is taken off the pages by none other than the soaring mind of animator Masaaki Yuasa in this dynamic hard-hitting 11-episode series of two high school friends and their love for table tennis.

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Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno Trailer

The first proper trailer for the Rurouni Kenshin sequel now titled Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno (るろうに剣心 京都大火編) has been released to promote its opening on August 1st.