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May 13, 2016, 3:00 AM

Branko asks: Japanese authors appear to have a lot of control over how their works get adapted into anime. However, that is not true everywhere especially in Hollywood. So if an American author, like say George R.

For every popular anime based on a manga, there's the age-old question: which version is better? This is especially true with any anime that diverges significantly from its source material. Some of the best surprises can happen when the adaptation...

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Yasutaka Tsutsui's original 1967 novel "The Girl Who Lept Through Time" was adapted into a hit anime film by Mamoru Hosoda. The story is now getting a live-action J-drama, which is slated to premiere in summer 2016.

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Sony's Crackle recently shifted to a new layout centered around category-specific channels. One of those channels offers anime to its viewers, and Crackle just gave otaku a good reason to check out that hub.

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Looks like we are going to hear more "No Senpai, this is Our Fight! " proclamations from Yukina Himeragi soon, as Gakuto Mikumo's fantasy light novel series, Strike the Blood, will be getting a new OVA series soon.

It's been announced that 11 girls have passed the auditions for Keyakizaka46's under group Hiragana Keyaki. Until now, Nagahama Neru was the sole member in Hiragana Keyaki. The group had been recruiting members since late 2015.

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