The squeamish may want to skip this episode. Junji Ito Collection hit its peak for the season with the two stories enclosed in episode 10. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
After 9 episodes, fans finally get their long-awaited first view of Tomie fully animated for Junji Ito Collection‘s ‘Painter’, as well as an interesting take on vampires and vampirism in ‘Blood-bubble Bushes’. Unlike episode 8, which was plagued by rushed and poorly done animation, episode 9 does not suffer from the same issues. Both ‘Painter’ […]
As Junji Ito Collection reaches its season ending, it seems as if Studio Deen is taking far too many shortcuts with the animation of the series. Both ‘Honored Ancestors” and ‘The Circus Comes to Town’ were disappointments. Episode 8 contains the stories ‘Honored Ancestors’ and ‘The Circus Comes to Town’. Like the previous episode, one […]
An eerie record and a strange town with no privacy. Ito’s constant quest to question and explore human nature continue in Junji Ito Collection. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Mixing both horror and humor, Junji Ito shows that he is a master of all forms of storytelling. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Sound: One of the few things manga can only try to capture. While sound effects can be used to great effect, black and white still images cannot produce music. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Junji Ito, Japan’s manga master of horror, is known for his skin-crawling ideas and memorable characters. Junji Ito Collection seeks to stay true to these black and white works while bringing them to color and motion. The first episode offers two stories: ‘Souichi’s Convenient Curse’ and ‘A Doll’s Hellish Burial’. Junji Ito Collection is only the […]
An underdog title that emerged from a competitive Winter 2016 line-up, 3gatsu no Lion distinguishes itself from other sports anime by focusing less on winning, and more on the heavy drama that hangs over humble lives. 3gatsu no Lion (alternatively, March Comes in like a Lion) follows Rei Kiriyama’s everyday life as a professional shogi player […]
For those of you who know the plot and characters in the well-known anime Death Note, which started in 2006 and ended in 2007, you’ll know it’s a story set in Japan with the majority of characters being Japanese. So, it would make no sense to cast white actors to play these characters in a […]
Recently, Crunchyroll has announced that the manga, ECHOES by Ayumi, a 28-year old artist, has won first place in the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! (This Manga is Amazing!) Grand Prix Awards. Why is this important? Well, the Manga is about a female basketball team, however, the main protagonist is a transgender boy. I know, yes, […]