When it comes to franchises about collecting monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! has always played second (or third) fiddle. But you should give it a chance as it's super fun and its universe is suprisingly bizarre. Read more here!
If you're a fan of people punching one another AND horror tropes, look no further than this One Piece arc. It works quite well as a Halloween season standalone AND as another One Piece building block. Find out more about its magic by reading ahead.
An anime based on a smart phone game might throw up some red flags for you, but don't be worried about Monster Strike the Animation. With awesome angel battles and a breezy story (and a new arc starting soon,) youll be glad that you gave this one a chance.
It's here! The first My Hero Academia movie was just released in the United States, and we finally get to see our favorite U.A. High Students on the big screen. Read on to find out how they do!
The adventures of the Straw Hat Crew have kept people reading/watching for twenty years. But how? How can a series like that maintain such constant popularity? GUM GUM HIT THE JUMP to find out!
Jump Force looks like it will be awesome, but back in 2006, Weekly Shonen Jump fans were treated to Jump Ultimate Stars, a fighting game that was nearly perfect in every way. Read on for more!
Digimon has been under Pokémon's shadow for years. While Pokémon is definitely great, Digimon has some amazing qualities that you shouldn't ignore, especially if you're a fan of deeper themes. Hit the jump to find out more!
Too often, people treat dubbed anime like it's a lesser form of entertainment. But that's just not true, as proven by VRV, a streaming service that hosts a great number of spectacular dubbed anime series, like these five shows here.
One Piece is full of big battles, emotional twists, and giant displays of strength. But while the Davy Back Fight arc gives us none of those, it still manages to be pure One Piece.