And so the winter ended with a loud bang as Crunchyroll brought anime to Steam.Read More
The week was lit with new announcements, PVs and key visuals from the Anime Japan 2017 and the surprising appearance of a bunch of anime series for cheap on Steam.
A rather quiet week after the Crunchyroll incident last week, the subreddit brimming in anticipation for the upcoming season, happily watching and discussing new PVs and information snippets.
This week was overshadowed by the Crunchyroll Bitrate incident and anger against the stream provider and among the divided community. Yet we got great informative threads about the credit entries in OPs and EDs, insights…
This week: BBC’s Stacey Dooley on her campaign to paint anime in the light of child pornography, Samuel L. Jackson once again showing his open support for anime and hentai and appreciation for female heads…
Some changes from the moderation, otherwise a rather calm week.
Attention! Cloudflare had a massive security fail, leading to a lot of websites possibly bluntly exposing user data. Aside from the fact that everyone probably used on site, specifically Crunchyroll also used cloudflare. Check this…
A wonderful week where adaptations for Tsurezure Children and Kakegurui were announced, that was a bit tainted by Avex Pictures banning the export of it’s products.
Big thanks to Nico9lives who collected some of the interesting posts.
The week of Seiren on fire in a bad way.