I have one thing he can solo all ANIME!
the guy literally defeated a god as a human and then was regarded as a true god he is literally the strongest anime character to begin with he is the first of his ninja world and is the only being currently who can defeat the juubi 1v1 name any other character that was human and defeated a god without immorality you cant because Naruto has the most undefeated able character he can warp reality with his imagination this is the "Highest" form of nigh or omnipotent abilities i am a fan-boy with more knowledge then anyone about Naruto and he even created 2 beings from nothing with no side-effect.
Well, today is my first day become a member in this site...
And, in some minutes, my level have become 6! Wow I don't know if there is a quest system here... Haha
And now I write my first blog too, to
finish a quest commemorate my first day in this site...
This is an attachment to the final simulcast guide for fall 2013 that I already sent to the staff. I made a mistake, and I forgot to add it the final guide.
It's thanks to @AURON570 for his tip. Be advised that these shows are a month delayed simulcasts. I don't have the dates of the simulcasts written down yet.
|1. Beyond the Boundary|
The last surviving member of her clan, Mirai Kuriyama is cursed with the terrifying ability to control and manipulate blood. Akihito Kanbara being half human and half youmo has made him immortal and doomed to a life alone. Alone their future seems bleak, but when a chance encounter brings them together, it becomes clear that they share more than just an unexpected bond. Beyond the world that we know, in a realm where nightmares are real and legends walk, their future awaits BEYOND THE BOUNDARY.
The Anime Network: Link
|2. Diabolik Lovers|
Yui Komori used to see dead people. But as troubling as past glimpses of spirits and psychic phenomena may have been, they pale into insignificance compared to what she’s about to discover once she’s forced to transfer to a new school. Because it turns out that her own history is very different from what she thought it was, and she has a very different kind of family waiting for her. Now she’ll be sharing her living space with six very attractive young men, though not a single one is human.
The Anime Network: Link
|3. Little Busters Refrain|
Riki Naoe and his teammates have finally managed their goal of forming a complete baseball team for the Little Busters. This time around the personal mysteries and idiosyncrasies that have permeated the school and games slowly begin to coalesce into something unexpected and the team falls into their roles as the pieces of the puzzle begin to fall into place. A stunning truth is about to be revealed that will change everything in LITTLE BUSTERS! REFRAIN!
The Anime Network: Link
|4. Log Horizon|
Imagine a MMORPG that has become a global phenomenon, immersing millions of players in its online world over 11 editions. But what happens when something goes terribly wrong with the 12th expansion, and the hit RPG becomes a deadly “real people in jeopardy” situation as 30,000 players suddenly find themselves pulled permanently into the game’s no longer fictional universe? Heroes will be born, leaders will rise and a new legend will be forged as sword and sorcery becomes real in LOG HORIZON!
The Anime Network: Link
Mod Edit: Takashichea - 11-3-13
Removed fan scanlation watermarks.
First, tell I something about me ^^
My Name is Phina Miasaki, im 14 Years Old and came from Germany.
My Hobbies are: Watching Animes, reading Books and Drinkt Tee :3
Often I see Animes with a Historical Background. That was very interessted, but I see too Anime with much Magical and Action.
My Favorite Animes are:
Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood
and Axis Powers: Hetalia
Mod Edit: Takashichea - 11-1-13
Removed fan scanlation watermarks.
Hey everyone, this is like a bootleg version of the Quick Picks that BigHeart711 and I do for US manga and anime releases. Plus, this idea was inspired by FinalDasa's weekly poster roundup. Now this time, it's all about magazines from Japan. Some magazines are release a month earlier like Megami and Nyantype.
I'm not an expert since I cannot read Japanese. The only magazine projects I can do without learning Japanese is Megami and Nyantype because the issue numbers are easy enough to follow and keep track. Weekly Shonen Sunday and Shonen Jump are big and confusing.
Now then, let's go over these awesome magazine covers I found. I might not recognize a lot of the characters here. I don't watch a lot of anime or read a lot of manga.
|Same magazine as above, but this one was released on 10/26/2013. I don't know who is the poster girl. I'm guessing it's Kōko Kaga from Golden Time. Don't take my word for it.|
I put the September version because I'm a big fan of Nagi no Asukara.
|These 2 poster gals are Mami Tomoe and Nagisa Momoe from Puella Magi Madoka Magica. @Bigheart711 would be happy to see two Madoka themed magazines.|
Same here, too.
That's all, folks! If you know any characters that I couldn't figure out, let me know in the comments. Thank you!
Hello everyone! I'm Taka, your neighborhood wiki editor. Due to the recent issues with Anime Vice's wiki scope, I realize we don't have a lot of manhwa series in our manga database. I have been adding any manga series in the database since I met PikaHyper, a Comic Vine mod, who added tons of manga series to our database back in February. I'm taking his role and adding manga series that are adaptations of the new anime seasons such as Fall 2013 and American releases (I use Anime News Network's catalog). I'm hoping to expand the list of Manwha series we have in Anime Vice. I don't see them much in Anime News Network's latest manga releases catalog.
This year, I only added two Manhwa series due to requests:
I'm hoping you wiki editors out there add Manwha series that you have read. We will build a list of Manwha series together.
For those who are new, Manwha comics are like manga, but it's made in Korea.
This is the portion of a fairy tail arc where i say Fairy tail is on a roll and this could be the series’ best and most explosive arc yet. Now most times i would warn of being too hasty, this being fairy after all; yet the tone of this arc feels somewhat different, giving me hope that we might finally get an arc worth the fairy tail hype, not seen since the tower of heaven arc (which messed things up by reviving Erza; though Hiro was in an unfortunate situation because i would have lost interest if Erza had exited from the story).
The meeting of the demon gates commences, among the seven present demons, some of whom express anger at their preclusion from the scheme in play, Kyouka asking for patience and calm as the initiated strategy plays out. The seven have congregated at the Zeref shrine, speaking of the loyalty they share for their master.
Elsewhere the rainjinshu have been tasked with running a restaurant, a duty they execute in the company of Yamaji, former member of the Magic council; Laxus is absent. While discussing the recent events regarding Tartaros’ attack on the council, the restaurant is attacked and obliterated by the demon Tempest.
All the rainjinshuu are defeated, with Tempest then cornering his true target Yamaji; just as he squeezes the life out of the little man, he is struck by a bolt of lightening, signaling Laxus’ appearance. The two face off in battle…
It is difficult to read this the second chapter of the Tartaros arc and not experience some excitement at the prospect of a fairy tail arc that might actually produce some unpredictable surprises.
With two chapters, Hiro has allowed me to experience some genuine excitement about fairy tail, not hindered by my reservations over what the series has done in the past. True i am taking into consideration the possibility that Hiro is doing what he always does, create great set up chapters but fail to deliver an exciting story. However that isn’t stopping from property enjoying this chapter, as it normally would, the worry that any excitement i am feeling now Hiro will ruin by the halfway point.
The arc has so far set up Tartaros as a formidable guild, probably the most powerful enemy they have faced. It is worth pointing out that just because these demons are from the book of Zeref doesn’t automatically make them invincible; after all Lullaby was attested to being some unstoppable creature, only for fairy tail to annihilate him without breaking a sweat. It is unlikely that every demon Zeref created is a Deliora.
Each new chapter seems to focus on introducing a specific demon gate. We saw jackal eliminate the entire magic council; and now we are about to see Tempest take on laxus, because destroying the restaurant and the rest of the thunder club isn’t that great a feat. How Tempest does against Laxus, who took down god slayer Ogre with one punch- supposedly Saber tooth’s strongest mage- and defeated the strongest wizard saint, outside of the four gods, will determine how strong he is, or we think he is.
I am really hoping Hiro makes this fight both unpredictable and short; i do not want this continuing to a second or third chapter. The demon worship at the shrine makes you wonder if zeref is really giving the orders here. Sure he wasn’t looking too pleasant the last time we saw him; yet i doubt that he has anything to do with Tartaros’ actions, more like they are clinging to the image of the old Zeref that created them. But then again who summoned them out of the book.
I think when Zeref finally makes his move it will be something grand, beyond the scale of even Tartaros. You have to wonder why Tartaros is so hellbent on eliminating the council, going so far as to seek out an ex council member. This is more than just eliminating their authority, as Yamaji holds no political power at the moment. And if they are targeting all council members, past and present, that means they will be going after Urtear and Jellal, which should be interesting.
RATING: 5/5, great chapter, this is twice in a row that Hiro has managed to impress me and let’s hope he can keep the pace going.
Edited by Takashichea - 10-27-13
Remove illegal manga scanlations watermarks
Hey Animevice how you guys doing today, it’s the night before my birthday (Though I’ve spent a week messing around not editing this > .>) so how better to celebrate my birth then to talk about an old 2003 anime from Sunrise the Bandai subsidiary. I know straight from the headlines, I’m so god damn topical. Well Regardless my sights are set on Planetes so sit down and enjoy.
Planetes, which means wanderers in ancient Greek (and where we get the word planet from) is a hard science fiction anime set about a century ahead of us where space resources become a massive deal, namely helium-3 on the moon and metals on mars, however as space exploration continues the amount of junk in space grows, while this may seem like the problem of a whinny hippy, but anyone familiar with the concepts of speeds based on reference frames knows that a floating piece of junk moving at the speed of a mile and hour in its own reference frame is moving at several thousands of miles per hours according to the reference frame of the earth, which that little screw becomes a spinning landmine. Well in this world debris clearers of space are a largely underappreciated necessity in this future. Here the story of the debris clearers takes front and center. There is a bit more with like a man mission to Jupiter, but that’s only matters late show.
When I say Planetes is hard science fiction I mean it, it’s hard enough to make Time of Eve seem like Muv love… except for the one episode with ninjas in it…yeah that was a bit silly, but in large this series takes on the concepts practicality and difficulties of space pretty well, tackling problems and not just space littering, you get cosmic radiation, muscle degeneration, energy issues, and more than a handful of social and political issues. Lastly I’d say the series has some iron balls. It’s completely unapologetic about its political sidings and takes some really hard and ballsy positions. With one episode in that theoretically justifies acts of terrorism only two years after 9/11 drives it’s not giving a shit attitude home.
I’m not saying it’s going too far, because if you handle something well there is nothing that is sacred in fiction. On the other hand I don’t exactly agree with some of the political undertones throughout, however I do applauded it for having something to say especially when a lot of the anime industry is about playing it safe and running off the successes of the predecessors. Both in its genre and political message planetes is refreshing different although at times inconsistent.
Planetes is difficult to describe as specifically entertaining. It’s a little funny, but often misses, the story is refreshing, but not super engaging, tonally interesting, but inconstant with things like moon ninjas destroying immersion. In all I feel like there isn’t much to be said about Planetes. In all ways it’s not super great, but really manages to be functional and refreshing. I suppose in a short summation Planetes is a perfect show for if your simply thirsting for something different which I so am, giving from the gut Planetes a 4 real space cowboys out of 5. I know the review was short vice, but I feel like I owe you after that bullshit long review of Attack on Titan. Later Vice.
Hello guys and gals! I got good news. I'm just going to quote the article instead of rewriting it. (I'm running out of time).
Starting Wednesday, October 30, Crunchyroll will begin digital distribution of twelve (12) Kodansha manga titles via a new service called "Crunchyroll Manga", including Attack on Titan, Fairy Tail, and Space Brothers, offering content to 170 countries, including the USA and UK, on the same day as release in Japan.
I forgot to include this info. Thanks to Daniel for pointing out:
**Free users, and non-manga members will only be able to read the latest chapters with ads until the next chapter is simulpubbed. Manga members will have access to all manga including catalog titles. Crunchyoll Manga is included free with a Crunchyroll All-Access membership.**
Japanese financial news source Nikkei reports that subscribers will pay US$4.99 a month for full access to 12 titles on October 30, with the catalog expanding to over 50 titles by next summer.
These 12 titles below will be available on launch day.
“Attack on Titan” by Hajime Isayama
A dramatic action-adventure where humans must battle mysterious giants for survival. Currently one of Japan’s most popular manga, it has recently inspired a hit anime streaming on Crunchyroll now.
“Fairy Tail” by Hiro Mashima
A guild of wizards-for-hire use their skills in an age of magic and wonder.This ongoing manga series, created by Hiro Mashima, has also been adapted into a popular anime series.
“Space Brothers” by Chuya Koyama
Award-winning manga about two siblings struggling to fulfill their childhood dreams to become astronauts. Inspired an anime series now streaming on Crunchyroll as well as a live-action movie.
“UQ Holder!” by Ken Akamatsu
From the creator of “Negima!” comes this fantasy set in a future where the existence of magic has transformed the world and a boy named Tota must leave his home village on the path of adventure.
“Mysterious Girlfriend X” by Riichi Ueshiba
A tale of addiction and lovesickness revolving around a strange bond between classmates Urabe and Tsubaki. Also inspired a popular anime series.
“A Town Where You Live” by Kouji Seo
School, relationships, and comedy are combined in this manga about a girl who moves from the city to the countryside.
“Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches” by Miki Yoshikawa
Two students – a boy and a girl – unexpectedly swap bodies and must uncover the secrets of the “Seven Witches” at their school, who each possess a different power. Recently adapted into a TV drama.
“As the Gods Will - The Second Series” by Muneyuki Kaneshiro (story) & Akeji Fujimura (art)
What seems like just another boring day at school becomes a deadly and surreal game, and student Shun Takahata must find out who is behind it.
“My Wife is Wagatsuma-san” by Yuu Kuraishi (story) & Keishi Nishikida (art)
One day, a girlfriend-less student wakes up 10 years in the future to discover he is married to the prettiest girl in school. How did it happen and where is their relationship going?
“Fort of Apocalypse” by Yuu Kuraishi (story) and Kazu Inabe (art)
Accused of a crime he did not commit, a young boy is sentenced to life in prison only to find himself at the center of an outbreak of zombies!
“COPPELION” by Tomonori Inoue
20 years after a nuclear meltdown devastates Tokyo, three girls who were genetically engineered to be immune to radiation are sent into the mysterious disaster area to search for survivors.
“The Seven Deadly Sins” by Nakaba Suzuki
In this comedic fantasy adventure, a princess goes on a quest to reassemble a disbanded group of knights when her kingdom is taken over by the evil Holy Knights.
Hello everyone, I'm Taka, a wiki editor who is a big Fairy Tail fan. I would do this in the Fairy Tail Discussion (Anime) threads, but I didn't want to bore folks with the wiki. Plus, this is something I need to address. While I was approving wiki edits being a new mod, I seen folks asking me to change names of the characters such as Fairy Tail and Naruto. The mods told me that we use official translations from official manga publishing companies if possible. Not all manga series are licensed. And not all licensed manga series are available in other countries.
I didn't put down Wikipedia because sometimes they use names spelled differently from the official publishers.
Yesterday, I took a trip to the public library, and I didn't know where to start. I just took the most recent volumes that were available. In the future, I just visit Barnes and Noble. Though, I won't be able to scan the manga pages. My camera cannot zoom in close to capture the text. Sometimes, the official websites have those solicits, short manga synopsis, that may have the names.
This is a shout out to active Fairy Tail editors in the community.
@Obsidian609 @Destinyheroknight @Dekken @Ibrahim651 @Daniel_Newton @bigz007 @OfficialRikudouSennin
Sicily is a demon from the Chaosrealm that looks like an average human female that is in her late teen to early 20’s. However in actuality Sicily is nearly 3 centuries old. She typically wears a gothic Lolita dress with ribbons in her and carries around a stuffed animal that conceals her Lovely Axe. She is in perfect physical condition; she credits this to her excellent diet like eating a well-balanced breakfast.
After years of failed marriages, that usually resulted in death. Sicily’s self-esteem is usually very low and fragile so is common to see tears coming down her face. She believes she is not directly responsible for being a constant widow. Sicily is usually seen in some corner in public places talking to herself or to her stuffed animal that really is her axe. When Sicily does see a friend or potential boyfriends, she perpetually stalks them. Doing practically anything for them to notice her; Obtain their Cell phone number, appear at their work places, Even break into their homes just to watch them sleep at night and cook them a well-balanced breakfast in the morning. Sicily even stalks heroes’ male or female who she believes could perform better with her help. Once Sicily starts to cling onto the person she will never let them go under any circumstances, Sicily becomes more violent if they try to leave, but her perception is skewed it appears as love in her eyes. In this phase of emotion, Sicily talks in a sweet, but bone chilling manner. An example below.
Powers & Abilities: Sicily is an ageless demon from the chaosrealm, she cannot be killed by natural causes. However she still can be injured or killed in unnatural ways such as being shots multiple times, High falls, decapitation, etc.
Bio-molecular cell Manipulation: Sicily is to manipulate the various aspects of a person’s physical being. Meaning that she can improve or destroy a person’s natural bodily functions and DNA patterns Sicily can cause effects such as irregular bowel movements, asthma, and high cholesterol, diabetes, stroke, brain damage, High Blood pressure, Heart Attacks and much more. Sicily’s range is in a 30ft radius, and effects are temporary. Even if she causes the death of someone using this ability they would revive once she leaves the area. However if Sicily is constantly around the person the effects become more and more permanent. Cause ones around her to become obese sluggish, muscle deterioration, and other problems occur.
Death By Chocolate: Sicily is an outstanding cook, but it is one of her most dangerous weapons. Using her cooking utensils from the chaosrealm, she is able to conceptually cut or add calories, vitamins and nutrients, and fat into whatever she makes. A simple bowl of cereal could deadly contents of a dump truck full of triple bacon cheeseburgers. Or have calorie count of zero, with a dump truck full of health vitamins and minerals. Sicily can also do the same to foods she did cook as long as she can get a hold of it.
The Lovely Axe: Sicily’s main weapon crafted by Kita Kurenai in the Chaosrealm as a thank you. Sicily is able to slow down a person’s healing factor even if its instant, and can kill immortals with a well-placed strike. One of the more unique abilities of the Axe the Fateful Lover Cut, with this ability Sicily is able to find her stalking victim where ever he or she is. By simply placing some off of the victims boy like hair or blood, The Axe works as a homing device, and with a simple slash she cuts through space and appears in from of her victim. This technique only works for this purpose and nothing else.
To be added soon.
rate the characters of your choice (as fair as possible) using Marvel power ratings (1-7). you can use this as basis: http://marvel.com/universe/OHOTMU:Power_Grids or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:B...rs/Scratch_Page
* categories are as follows:
Sentai Filmworks will release the series on DVD and Blu-ray on Nov. 19
Editor's Note: If I find an English dub trailer, I will post it for you guys and gals.
Naoe Riki was a boy living on the brink of despair. The one to reach out to him was Natsume Kyousuke, a just boy who called himself the leader of the "Little Busters." Every day from then on was like an endless carnival, and the pain in Riki's heart slowly ebbed away. A few years later, the five of them are living in the same school dorm, still living every day like a carnival. But when Kyousuke starts to look for a job, Riki worries that the five friends will drift apart. "Let's start a baseball team. We'll call it... the Little Busters!"
|Riki Naoe||Shannon Emerick|
|Rin Natsume||Brittney Karbowski|
|Kyosuke Natsume||Blake Shepard|
|Masato Inohara||Greg Ayres|
|Kengo Miyazawa||Leraldo Anzaldua|
|Komari Kamikita||Tia Ballard|
|Haruka Saigusa||Margaret McDonald|
|Kudryavka Noumi||Tiffany Grant|
|Yuiko Kurugaya||Carli Mosier|
|Mio Nishizono||Caitlynn French|
(It's been a long time since I've had the time to post here, but I hope to back regularly now.)
Dragon Ball Z has been a best seller for Funimation ever since it started releasing the singles in 2003 and since then has re-released at least the first 34 episodes of the series 5 times through box sets of various qualities. Fan outrage over an Amazon listing and subsequent trailer sparked on twitter over yet another re-release of the first set of DBZ episodes, their second this year alone. The set seeks a second attempt at putting the series out on Blu-ray after the first set of releases were canceled in 2011 with only 2 sets released after reportedly low sales; while 2 more sets were planned and have product pages. The failure of the first set of releases can be attributed to being released around the same time as the Dragon Ball Z Kai Blu-rays and the still high selling DBZ dvd season box sets, commonly referred to as the “orange bricks”.
The trailer has since been taken down but has been captured and uploaded to YouTube. The problems with these new Blu-rays start with the aspect ratio. The show which originally was produced in 4:3 has been “remastered” to 16:9 widescreen for the orange bricks. This led to a major loss of picture with a very noticeable portion of the top and bottom of the screen being cropped out, after the failure of the first Blu-rays Funimation is going back to this style for the new releases.
The picture quality of this release is also a concern as the picture has been smoothed out so not to look as grainy. This problem may go over many casual fans as the technique puts the show close to par with the clean look of newer released anime at the loss of major detail. The reason the orange bricks sold so well comes from the misconception that widescreen is better quality no matter the circumstances, which can be seen from taking a look at the various one-star reviews on the Amazon page for the first Blu-rays. A long with this comes the lowest price point I have seen for an anime release, with 30+ episodes for around $20 a piece. You can still see today the misunderstanding of the anime home video market with recent Aniplex of America complete shows that go for hundreds of dollars, which is still less than the Japanese market price. So with prices so low casual fans are happy to buy no matter the quality as long as it is cheap, leading to this being the base quality of release for the show.
In the end though, all of this would not be as big of a problem if the hardcore fan base had a release that fits their needs, but this is not the case as of now. Arguably the best release of the show by Funimation comes from the Dragon Boxes, a premium limited edition release of the show in its original 4:3 aspect ratio taken from the Japanese release. This release was limited in Japan and so had to be similarly limited in its region one release with no repressing in site. This leaves the boxes out of print with most now sold out including box two which goes for $600+ new on Amazon.
This article was originally posted on my blog at realjpoe.com
Sentai Filmworks announced the English dub cast for Nakaimo. The Blu-ray and DVD will be released on November 22.
Editor's Note: If I find the English trailer, I will post it.
In accordance with his father's will, Shougo Mikadono transfers to the school that his future wife is said to be attending. But also attending the school is Shougo's younger sister who was separated at birth, and he doesn't know what she looks like - but she attempts to get close to him without revealing who she is! Can Shougo figure out which of the girls at this school is his sister and find his destined life partner at the same time?
Director: John Swasey
Spotlighted in the Quick Picks: October 2013 (Manga) edition, I'm going to promote the series. Plus, Halloween is coming around the corner. It's an ecchi, comedic, harem series with monster girls. It was available since Oct. 15.
Three years ago, the world learned that harpies, centaurs, catgirls, and all manners of fabulous creatures are not merely fiction; they are flesh and blood - not to mention scale, feather, horn, and fang. Thanks to the "Cultural Exchange Between Species Act," these once-mythical creatures have assimilated into society, or at least, they're trying.
When a hapless human teenager named Kurusu Kimihito is inducted as a "volunteer" into the government exchange program, his world is turned upside down. A snake-like lamia named Miia comes to live with him, and it is Kurusu's job to take care of her and make sure she integrates into his everyday life.
Unfortunately for Kurusu, Miia is undeniably sexy, and the law against interspecies breeding is very strict. Even worse, when a ravishing centaur girl and a flirtatious harpy move in, what's a full-blooded teenage human with raging hormones to do?!
Via Seven Seas Entertainment
This Christmas themed romantic comedy does a fantastic job of juggling love stories and ultimately presents a modern Christmas classic.