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10/14/19
8:00 PM
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Since this is my first post, I am planning to keep it sweet and to the point. Also, I am not writing about every detail in this movie- I will simply be focusing on one thing that has stuck with me and is my favorite part about the whole film.

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10/11/19
12:00 PM
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The year started with a bang when we were treated with the second season to the wildly popular Mob Psycho 100 series. This bizarre coming of age story of Shigeo “Mob” Kageyama wowed audiences with impressive animation and satisfying fights. Enjoy this review by our AniTAY writers Doctorkev, hybridmink, RedStripe118,

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10/5/19
12:00 PM
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Happy October, everyone. Just the other day, I went to see a screening for the film Rascal Does Not Dream of a Dreaming Girl after realizing that the follow-up to one of my favorite anime of recent memory would actually be shown at a theater relatively close to where I am located in the Midwest. I had a lot of

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10/3/19
8:00 PM
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An autumnal chill hangs in the air as the remaining embers of Summer 2019 fade and die, their warm glow waning from scarlet red to the evanescent pallor of sepia memories. Yes, I’m feeling verbose and somewhat melancholy - what an amazing season of anime has just ended. Can Autumn 2019 possibly hold up to Summer’s

9/30/19
12:00 PM
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When someone told me to check out Gun Gale Online, I winced at the title “Sword Art Online” in front of it. I don’t care much for the original, even if I believe that the hate that swirls around it might be a little overblown. I started to pull back resentment for the show because I began to realize that this was the

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9/25/19
12:00 PM
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This week’s episode is already a classic in more than one way. Want some of that piping hot Colonel Sanders news? We’ve got you covered. Want some chit-chat about the latest in anime nonsense? Done and done. And last but not least, we take a look at some of our favorite classic anime. What does everyone like? What

9/23/19
10:00 AM
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“Euphoric.” After leaving the theatre having just watched Studio Trigger’s first feature-length film, that’s the word that remains at the fore of my mind: euphoric. Promare is director Hiroyuki Imaishi at his most jubilant, composer Hiroyuki Sawano at his most brilliant, and Trigger at their most “Trigger” and,

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