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  1. @Anna Kushina Welcome to the forum! 😊
  2. 1. Housekishou Richard-shi no Nazo Kantei Housekishou Richard-shi no Nazo Kantei is another anime adapted from a light novel. Produced by Shuka! 2. Isekai Quartet 2 A continuation of the Isekai parody series. Produced by Studio PuYUKAI. 3. Ishuzoku Reviewers Ishuzoku Reviewers is gonna be the anime to watch in 2020, as it stirs up controversy. The story is about a main character who visits brothels full of different Monster Girl races. It’s produced by Passione. Released in January 2020! 4. Kabukichou Sherlock Drama/comedy series produced by Production I.G. The same studio behind Psycho Pass! 5. Koisuru Asteroid Comedy/Slice Of Life anime series, produceed by Doga Kobo! Same studio as Umaru Chan. 6. Kuutei Dragons Seinen/Adventure anime series produced by Polygon Pictures! 7. Kyokou Suiri Supernatural/mystery series produced by Brain’s Base. Released in January 2020. 8. Magia Record: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica Gaiden Magia Record was delayed in 2018 (original release date). Now it’s set for 2020, and is a side story in the Madoka Magica universe. 9. Mairimashita! Iruma-kun Demon/Shounen series produced by BN Pictures. Set for January 2020. 10. Majutsushi Orphen Haguretabi Comedy/Magic anime series produced by Studio Deen. The same studio behind Higurashi.
  3. Just finished watching and reading the manga for The Promised Neverland. 81194, 63194, 22194 definitely will recommend this anime/manga 😉
  4. There is always one anime that really stands out to you, that really makes a difference to you. There's always one show that you want everybody to watch and love just as much as you do (if not more). That show for me is Steins;Gate. I remember a few years ago, when i first watched it i was mesmerized by the show. It dragged me in and completely hooked me from episode 1. Since then, I have watched this show countless and countless of times, it never losing its appeal. It still makes me want to cry, gives me goosebumps, and puts me on the edge of my seat. I catch new things I missed in previous watchings almost every time I rewatch it. I feel that Steins;Gate is so underappreciated and not nearly as popular as it should be. There must've been so much thought and time put into creating such a complete masterpiece. It really delves deep into topics not usually presented in anime and takes it above and beyond what I would have expected. Steins;Gate is originally a visual novel game that was later adapted into an anime. I didn't play the actual visual novel till years later after I had already rewatched the show a few times. The visual novel, obviously, is much more complex and explains things in a much deeper way. OKAY, so, you are all probably wondering.. "What is it even about Rini?" Well, don't worry! I will explain that now!! Steins;Gate takes place in Akihabara, Japan following the story of main character Okabe Rintaro (whom likes to be called "Hououin Kyouma!"). Okabe is a self proclaimed 'mad scientist' who runs his own lab with two friends Mayuri and Daru. There he creates tons of mostly useless experiments. One day, however, he accidentally steps into territory that should not be stepped in. He accidentally creates a time machine. Given the opportunity to stop research or continue, he continues. This glorious anime sheds light as to what the horrors of time travel would be and what it could lead to. It makes use of the Butterfly Effect, separate world lines, etc. As you follow Okabe through this intense story-line, you watch as he descends into TRUE madness (not his self proclaimed madness). I cannot stress enough how incredible of a show this is. It can be a tad slow at the start, but it really sets off around episode 12 or so and it's nonstop from that point on. I want more people to give this show the chance it deserves, as its just entirely underrated. will put links below for more info
  5. Comiket 97 Cosplay Photo Report Braving the freezing temperatures, a whopping 750,000 comic lovers gathered at Tokyo Big Sight from Dec. 28 to 31 for Comiket 97! These fans were greeted by over 8000 doujinshi circles and 144 companies, and of course, heaps of amazing cosplayers! Like the last event, it was held over four days due to Olympics preparations reducing the available space. Never fear, though - doujin artists and cosplayers alike were able to bring their best. You’ll need to hop on a plane to Japan to get your hands on comics, but you can get a look at this year’s cosplay right here! Kimetsu no Yaiba exploded with popularity from last year with an anime adaptation by Ufotable. Luckily, you don’t need to cross swords with real demons to admire Tanjirou, Nezuko, and the rest of the crew through these phenomenal cosplayers! KIMETSU NO YAIBA KIMETSU NO YAIBA KIMETSU NO YAIBA Fate has seen a lot of excitement since the last Comiket, and there’s still a lot to look forward to, like the final installment of the Heaven’s Feel movie trilogy, and the Camelot arc’s movie adaptations! In the meantime, Saber and other characters remain a solid cosplay choice, and there’s also plenty of room for some pretty creative interpretations! FATE SERIES FATE/GRAND ORDER FATE/GRAND ORDER Someone call for a hero? Ochako and Himiko’ll help you out! MY HERO ACADEMIA MY HERO ACADEMIA Rain or shine, Totoro was prepared to come to Comiket no matter what! Same goes for his other Ghibli comrades from Princess Mononoke - although Totoro may fare just a little bit better with his more modern umbrella…! MY NEIGHBOUR TOTORO PRINCESS MONONOKE With so many games fought through in Sword Art Online, that gives cosplayers so many characters and alternative outfits to cosplay! See any favorites here? SWORD ART ONLINE SWORD ART ONLINE Speaking of battles, you can bet that these heroes (and villains…?) have seen it all! CODE GEASS ATTACK ON TITAN DARLING IN THE FRANXX KILL LA KILL THE SAGA OF TANYA THE EVIL BLEACH PROMARE PROMARE The anime world always needs heroes, but a little humor never hurts either, as these guys have shown time and time again! KONOSUBA ONE PUNCH MAN Finally, get a taste of the sweeter side of Comiket cosplay - cuties like Rem and Miku will never go out of style! RE:ZERO -STARTING LIFE IN ANOTHER WORLD- HATSUNE MIKU MISS KOBAYASHI’S MAID DRAGON POKÉMON POKÉMON You’ll have to wait for your next fix of Comiket, but be sure to remember that it’s set to come sooner than usual. Rather than being held in summer, Comiket 98 will be coming back to Tokyo from May 2 to 5. While it won’t be quite as terrifying in terms of the heat, be sure to read our survival guide. as there are still a number of important tips to follow for a great Comiket experience!
  6. Greetings and Salutations After hibernating in the hyperbolic time chamber, I have returned! There is so much going with anime, that I am dumbfounded as to where to start! Tell me what's going on in the anime world, what's new? What's back? What do you like so far? What should I look into? Your friendly neighbourhood Miru
  7. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Vinland Saga Rising of the Shield Hero, doctor stone Dororo The Promised Neverland. goblin slayer My Hero Academia (Season 4) Cannon Busters Fire Force What do you like so far? What should I look into?
  8. 1. Boku no Hero Academia 4th Season This anime is airing right now as of November. But the anime will still be airing throughout 2020. 2. Chihayafuru 3 This is another anime still airing in November 2019. But it’ll be airing in 2020 as well! It’s a Josei anime being handled by Madhouse! 3. Darwin’s Game Mystery/Shounen anime released in 2020 January. Produced by Nexus! 4. Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasuna! Slice of life/comedy produced by Science SARU. Adapted from a Manga. 5. Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia Another anime that’s still airing. But with 21+ episodes this will carry over into 2020. Produced by CloverWorks. 6. Haikyuu!! To the Top S4 Haikyuu’s been a successful sports anime since release. And now it’s back to dominate with a 4th season. Produced by Production I.G. 7. Hatena☆Illusion Supernatural/Romance anime series. Produced by Children’s Playground Entertainment! 8. Heya Camp△ Heya Camp is the new “Yuru Camp” anime by C-Station. Released 2020. 9. Infinite Dendrogram Infinite Dendrogram is adapted from a Light Novel, and produced by NAZ. It’s a fantasy game series with VRMMO. 10. ID:INVADED ID: Invaded is about a story of a detective in a sci-fi world.
  9. 1. A Certain Scientific Railgun Season 3 It’s been 10 years since Railgun season 2. Now we’ll have something deeper to look forward to in Academy city. 2. Runway de Waratte This is an upcoming Shoujo anime, released in January 2020. Produced by Ezo’la. 3. Quintessential Quintuplets Season 2 Quintessential Quintuplets did well in 2019, and it’s back for another season in 2020 to fill in the blanks. 4. Oshi ga Budoukan Ittekuretara Shinu This is a comedy/music seinen series produced by 8-Bit. Originally adapted from a Manga series. 5. Dorohedoro Horror/Seinen series set for January 2020. Produced by MAPPA. 6. ARP Backstage Pass ARP Backstage Pass is produced by Dynamo Pictures. It’s a music anime series. 7. A3! Season Spring & Summer A3! Season Spring & Summer is produced by P.A Works. Another music anime. 8. 22/7 Produced by A-1 Pictures, 22/7 is an anime about idols who cross dimensions. Released in January 2020. 9. Ahiru no Sora Sports Shounen type of anime like Haikyu. Produced by Deomedea. 10. BanG Dream! 3rd Season BanG Dream! is back again with a 3rd Season. Produced by Sanzigen.
  10. 29 AUG Madman Anime Festival Melbourne 2020 Sat 29 – Sun 30 Aug Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC), 1 Convention Centre Pl South Wharf VIC 3 APR Supanova | Pop Culture Expo 2020 Fri 3 – Sun 5 Apr Melbourne Showgrounds, Epsom Rd Ascot Vale VIC 20 FEB Manga and Anime Thu, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Wodonga Wodonga VIC 21 FEB Melbourne Furry Convention: 2020 Fri 21 – Sun 23 Feb Therry St Melbourne VIC 19 MAR Manga and Anime Thu, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Wodonga Wodonga VIC 6 MAR Supanova Expo 2020 Melbourne Fri 6 – Sun 8 Mar Melbourne Showgrounds, Epsom Rd Ascot Vale VIC 16 APR Manga and Anime Thu, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Wodonga Wodonga VIC 18 JAN Brickvention 2020 Sat 18 – Sun 19 Jan Royal Exhibition Building, 9 Nicholson St Carlton VIC 7 NOV Anime Manga Game Expo Sat 7 – Sun 8 Nov Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC), 1 Convention Centre Pl South Wharf VIC 29 FEB Music From The Studio Ghibli Films Of Hayao... Sat, 10:00 am Melbourne Melbourne VIC
  11. Berserk 10THE ART One of the very first, if not the first, thing or factor that is critical to the very particular form of media platform that is manga is the art. Detailed, beautifully drawn manga can certainly help a manga be a top class work and on the other side of the coin, a lazily, half-baked drawn manga can make help make it bottom tier in terms of the manga that is available out there. Berserk is absolutely in the top-class category. Not only has it been detailed and wonderfully illustrated from the start, Kentaro Miura's work has aged like fine wine over the years and only has improved. 9IT'S A REALLY WELL DONE REVENGE STORY Revenge stories have been done quite a lot in pop culture media, whether it be books, movies, TV, video games, etc. They can also be done poorly and seem overly generic if they are done wrong also. However, Berserk makes a what could have been a very simple revenge story about one man taking away the newfound pieces of happiness that another very broken man had left into a consistently compelling and complicated narrative. This list will go into further detail on how and why that is as the entries go on, but, without getting too deep into spoilers, there are a number of factors about the characters and their world that keep it always interesting and exciting. 8ITS DARK AND GRITTY TONE Not there is anything wrong with the more lighthearted nature of many manga and anime out there, particularly with the shonen genre, this one is definitely for those that are fans of the more dark, gritty, and serious. It has probably been said many times before, but the tones that Berserk relies upon is comparable to George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire novel series and HBO TV series Game of Thrones. RELATED: Berserk: The Most Horrifying Enemies, Ranked Both are very dark by nature and there is nothing lighthearted about it. Not that there aren't good moments of positive sentimentality. In fact there are tender moments that are used well, but for those who are looking for something that isn't exactly "kid friendly," look no further. 7DARK FANTASY SETTING For those who are fans of fantasy, but not quite the high fantasy of The Lord of the Rings, Berserk is the perfect setting. Once again, its dark fantasy setting is very much akin to that of Martin's aforementioned book and TV series A Song of Ice and Fire and Game of Thrones. This one also kind of ties into the previous entry, as fans of dark fantasy will likely enjoy the dark and gritty tone and nature of the characters and the world around them. Berserk is set in an old European-inspired world ravaged by supernatural forces and creatures, especially after the events of a key story arc. 6THE MAIN ANTAGONIST Griffith is another big pull of the narrative of the world and characters of Berserk. He is arguably one of the most well written antagonists in all of anime and manga. He is a complex character because of his intentions and where those intentions ultimately bring him in terms of his status in the world and to the rest of the main cast of characters. His appearance, for starters, is one that would resemble that of a hero; a protagonist. But because of the events that transpire largely because of his decisions, he very much becomes the main cast's, or at least to the main protagonist, antagonist. 5A LAYERED PROTAGONIST Of course, any narrative is arguably going nowhere without a main protagonist. Berserk has a great one in Guts. The character might seem like a generic manga and anime fantasy hero on the surface level. He is quiet, carries a massive sword, is built like a brick house, and more. However, there is more to him than meets the eye. RELATED:10 Best Fight Scenes In Berserk He is a man ravaged by tragedy. Without delving into spoiler territory, everything good that he has had in his life has been brutally taken away from him and then some. But in spite of it all, he always fights his way forward; never giving up and always healing after the next hit he takes. When you think about it, he is truly inspiring. 4 CHARACTER RELATIONSHIPS DRIVE THE PLOT While, at the base of the narrative, Berserk is certainly a revenge story, it is helped driven forward and kept interesting, exciting, and compelling by the relationships between the characters. The main cast that comes along Guts in his journey helps contribute to this, but the main relationships that drive the plot are between the main trio of characters early on in the story. Those are the characters of Guts, Griffith, and Casca. The relationships these three characters make with each other and the events that transpire as a result of those relationships are the core of the plot throughout. 3 THE LINES OF GOOD AND EVIL ARE BLURRED Unlike many pieces of media, in whatever platform or medium they inhabit (books, TV, film, video games, etc.), or any given piece of fiction especially, in Kentaro Miura's Berserk, good and evil are not so clearly defined. Instead, Kentaro Miura chooses to paint the characters in a light dependent on the events of their lives and allows the audience, in this case, reader, to decide for themselves how to view them. RELATED:10 Shonen Anime From The 90s Everyone Needs To See Of course, the reader is more likely inclined to view Guts and company to be the heroes of the story, but after a certain turning of events in the narrative, the roles could be argued to have flipped. Miura even does this in the appearance of the characters. Guts, especially at times, looks demonic or evil. Meanwhile, Griffith looks angelic and heroic. And sometimes, the monstrosities that plague the world aren't the workings of hell, rather, they are emissaries of God. 2THE ACTION SCENES ARE PURE HYPE At the absolute basis of Miura's Berserk, at its core, is a dark fantasy action manga series. Therefore, the action displayed throughout the narrative has to be thrilling, well drawn, and, in this case given the target demographic, brutal and gory. In this respect, like in many other areas Berserk is responsible for satisfying, it does not disappoint. Given the fact that the world of Berserk is one that is constantly plagued with horrific creatures wreaking havoc on the human world, there are plenty of action and fight scenes involving Guts and company against some daunting opponents and not one of them disappoint. 1IT'S ARGUABLY THE BEST SEINEN MANGA This one can certainly be up for debate given the reader's perspective and the masterful level of work in the seinen manga genre. Other masterpieces of works like Vagabond and Vinland Saga rightfully earn their merit as world class pieces of not just manga, but works of fiction in general. However, Berserk has been a long-running manga since the late 1980s and has consistently, and unfortunately with its fair share of hiatuses, consistently told and illustrated a compelling narrative for a longer amount of time. No disrespect given to works like the aforementioned newer works of Vagabond and Vinland Saga.