Sunday, February 2, 2014

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!
Issue #27



January 15, 2014
Issue #27



January 15, 2014

Saturday, February 1, 2014

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!
Issue #27



January 15, 2014

All Points Bulletin: Spontaneous Sherlock

If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on an APB drop us a line via email or Twitter.



Alain's picks:

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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Friday, January 31, 2014

Issue #27



January 15, 2014
Issue #27



January 15, 2014
Issue #27



January 15, 2014
Issue #27



January 15, 2014
Issue #27



January 15, 2014

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Issue #27



January 15, 2014

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Issue #27



January 15, 2014

All Points Bulletin: Spontaneous Sherlock

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Alain's picks:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

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Issue #27



January 15, 2014

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.
Issue #27



January 15, 2014
Issue #27



January 15, 2014

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.
Issue #27



January 15, 2014

All Points Bulletin: Spontaneous Sherlock

If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on an APB drop us a line via email or Twitter.



Alain's picks:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

All Points Bulletin: Spontaneous Sherlock

If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on an APB drop us a line via email or Twitter.



Alain's picks:
Issue #27



January 15, 2014

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.
Issue #27



January 15, 2014
Issue #27



January 15, 2014
Issue #27



January 15, 2014
Issue #27



January 15, 2014

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

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2014.4.5



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The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

Monday, January 27, 2014

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2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

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The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

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Sunday, January 26, 2014

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

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The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

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Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

Saturday, January 25, 2014

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

Friday, January 24, 2014

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

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Alain's picks:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.
Issue #27



January 15, 2014
Issue #27



January 15, 2014

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Issue #27



January 15, 2014

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

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Alain's picks:

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If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on an APB drop us a line via email or Twitter.



Alain's picks:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

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Issue #27



January 15, 2014

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Issue #27



January 15, 2014

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Alain's picks:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

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January 15, 2014
Issue #27



January 15, 2014
Issue #27



January 15, 2014

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Alain's picks:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 31

The series covered in this column has some similarities to last week's piece covering The Irresponsible Captain Tylor. It is a comedy, based on a series of light novels not translated into English. However, whereas the former is science-fiction, this series is a fantasy in the Tolkienesque, DungeonsPrincess Amelia Seyruun, a shrine-maiden whose belief in justice often leads to more problems than solutions; and Xellos Metallium, a priest whose true powers and motives are often shrouded mystery.



One of the central appeals of The Slayers series is that it is very funny comic treatment of the fantasy genre. The show often mocks the situations the characters find themselves in which themselves parody various elements of fantasy. While it is arguable that the characters are somewhat two-dimensional, the stereotypical roles they mock are handled well.

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

All Points Bulletin: Spontaneous Sherlock

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January 15, 2014

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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Issue #27



January 15, 2014

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

All Points Bulletin: Spontaneous Sherlock

If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on an APB drop us a line via email or Twitter.



Alain's picks:

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION (2014) The Legendary Anime Series Goes Live!

2014.4.5



The just-unveiled advance poster for PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION!

The Beginner's Guide to Anime, No. 30

There are plenty of series which are worth watching simply because of the engaging characters. In this series, the title character is one of the most intriguing, mainly because no-one is ever quite sure about his state of mind. Is he a genius? Is he a lucky idiot? Who knows? Does he even know for that matter?



The Irresponsible Captain Tylor is a sci-fi comedy series which began as a series of "light novels" in 1989 entitled The Most Irresponsible Man in Space, which have annoyingly have never been released in English. These books however are still being made and released. The series was turned into a 26-part anime in 1993, with 10 Original Video Anime (OVA) being released between 1994 and 1996.

All Points Bulletin: Spontaneous Sherlock

If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on an APB drop us a line via email or Twitter.



Alain's picks:

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



Source:

All Points Bulletin: Spontaneous Sherlock

If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on an APB drop us a line via email or Twitter.



Alain's picks:

All Points Bulletin: Spontaneous Sherlock

If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on an APB drop us a line via email or Twitter.



Alain's picks:

All Points Bulletin: Spontaneous Sherlock

If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on an APB drop us a line via email or Twitter.



Alain's picks:

Asteria's Logbook 01: A Return To Reality (AKA Updates)

Touhou - Aya by ken (coffee michikusa)



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