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The Weekly Anime & Manga Discussion Post For Week Of April 2nd, 2023

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The common bond between us all with anime is ever-present, however, and we've got a new week of anime, manga, novels, and simulcasts that we've taken a look at to help you discover your next favorite property.

We’re moving into April 2023 and let’s just say, lots of stuff is going to be bursting forth in the next few weeks with the anime world as there are almost sixty new shows running. We’re excited about what’s coming and what we’re covering and this is our way of rounding up some of what’s been going on during the past week as we continue to post a couple of dozen or more articles and reviews every day.

We’ve got simulcasts, we’ve got volumes of manga, we’ve got the latest chapters, and we’ve got home video releases! There’s just SO much good stuff to be excited about!

As always, there are a lot of shows coming up next season that we’re writing about and we’re always looking for more reviewers. We’ve been light on home video releases for awhile but there are a lot of other areas that we cover and get early access to from film to comics to books and games.

Don’t forget to check out our latest podcasts with Fandom Post Radio Episode 124: The Gang Goes Orange as well as our Fandom Post Manga of the Year Awards 2022!

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 new Ten Years Later with Twenty Years Later: Kino’s Journey and are looking at what to work on next! If you’d like to write one, let us know!

If you’re unsure of where to start with some of the latest series in finding them these days, we’ve started doing prep articles for that.

Check out our simulcast reviews!

And on the home video side:

This past week saw manga volumes, new chapters, and light novel reviews go live for:

We’ve also got some hentai reviewed with:

Ten Years Later (and more) projects:





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