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The Weekly Anime & Manga Discussion Post For May 12th, 2019

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What anime would you use to introduce someone to the medium?

We’re making it to the middle of May here and while spring hasn’t exactly sprung where we are, we’re definitely feeling much better. The anime season is moving along and we’re starting to hear more about what’s coming for the summer season. We also have Ghibli Fest moving in soon with a new installment to enjoy. This month, we’re looking at expanding our offerings with our Patreon push as well as the latest GoFundMe as we lost our major advertiser and are figuring out how to stay in business. We recently had a classic new Thirty Years Later with Thirty Years Later: Goku: Midnight Eye Anime, and are looking at what to work on next! If you’d like to write one, let us know! Don’t forget to check out our latest podcast with Fandom Post Radio Episode #50: Spring 2019 Anime!

This past week saw manga reviews go live for:

And on the home video side:

Plus lots of simulcast reviews!

Our Ten Years Later (and more) so far this year:

We’ve got a few properties that we’ll be posting reviews for this week though we spent a lot of time on some longer properties recently, putting us a bit behind once again:

 

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Must. Watch.

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Next #anime up for review is more #dragonballsuper from @funimation

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Next #anime up for review is #grancrestsenki from @aniplexusa

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Next #anime up for review is #highschooldxd

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Some very welcome new arrivals this week!

 

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New @sentaifilmworks #anime arrivals with #godannar, #sagradareset, and #kampfer

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New #anime arrival from @gkidsfilms and @shoutfactory with #myneighbortotoro

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