Tag Archive: anime

Saint-Seiya: The Lost Canvas [セイントセイヤ THE LOST CANVAS 冥王神話]

Few manga/anime can compete with Saint-Seiya for complexity of timelines, characters – and beauty. But, unfortunately, one of their late instalments – The Lost Canvas – is not going to be remembered for this last characteristic. And while there are…
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Manga / Anime Classics – Devilman [ デビルマン]

For historical /manga lovers, Devilman [デビルマン] is quite a famous (or infamous, depending on where you stand) feature. Authored by Go Nagai [永井 豪] – yes, it’s the same mangaka that created Mazinger [グレートマジンガー ] and Grendizer / Goldrake [UFOロボ グレンダイザー], just to…
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Your favourite (darkest) anime/manga

This is holiday time – for me the moment to catch up with my favourite anime/manga, discovering new ones and watching/ reading some of the beloved, old series. A discussion I had a few days ago with a friend was…
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1979 Mobile Suit Gundam (機動戦士ガンダム) – where the legend starts

This is post number 4 in the Gundam Multiverse, and it will be devoted to exploring in more detail the amazing Mobile Suit Gundam (機動戦士ガンダム), which is the original anime from where the whole franchise began. As such, it’s fundamental to…
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Where Gundam fights – locations ガンダムシリーズ

This is post number 3 in the Gundam series, aimed at helping you find your way in the complex multiverse of this amazing franchise (for the other posts, see this). As if the different timelines I have discussed before were…
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Gundam, alternate timelines – ガンダムシリーズ

Post number 2 in the Gundam series. Let’s talk today about something I have already mentioned in my introduction to this amazing anime franchise, i.e. the complicated multiverse where its adventures take place. In order to understand what’s happening and…
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The Gundam Multiverse – ガンダムシリーズ. Where to start

It is possible that, albeit you might not be a anime / manga fan, you would have still heard something about a series called Gundam (or Gandamu, as in its Japanese transliteration): and with a reason. If there’s anything comparable to the…
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