that anime girl looks so amazed

… mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmhhhhhhhhhhhh look at my babies.

It’s so heartbreaking to know it’s canon but… but… they never got to kiss cause she stays a duck in the end. NEVER EVEN GOT A FIRST KISS…

Spoilers for Princess Tutu btw, but if you’re curious about the anime… BY FAR ON OF THE BEST I’VE EVER WATCHED AND STILL MY ALL TIME FAVOURITE. Like no joke. It has such an amazing story, very specific to detail, and just beautiful in style and animation. And a little more realistic for a magical girl anime. Seriously watch so this couple can be appreciated more!


Since the spring season has just started this is my what I’ll be watching list. As always I’m gonna drop half of this list lol.

A few notes- The Reflection- I heard this was written by Stan Lee so it better be awesome. Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni- this better be a parody because if it’s just some generic isekai story I’m out. Koi to uso- I like the art, the premise, and the opening song so this can be my next favorite romance. Fate/apocrypha- I’m currently watching the fate series but I heard it’s okay to watch this because it’s a new story with new characters. Netsuzou TRap- I’m worried because I heard the manga was great but the studio behind the anime has only made shitty shorts. Vatican Kiseki- I’m just hoping it isn’t going to be boring and slow. Kakegurui- I’m so hyped for this because I read the manga before and a it’s fucking amazing. 18if- we still have no info on what this is about but the pv was trippy and the opening is great because it’s by TeddyLoid . Tenshi no 3P- I’m worried this will become a pedo anime. Mahoujin guru guru- their is a revamp of an old anime that was apparently really good so I’m looking forward to it and oresama is doing the op.
some of the things I love about the infinite members
  • Sunggyu: one of the best leaders in kpop history. took position when the original leader left, he didn't need to do that but he did as the oldest. leaving home to pursue his dreams despite his parent's wishes. main vocal for a reason like his solo songs are beauty. nags all the time.
  • Dongwoo: biasssss. always so cheerful and can't stop moving around. dope rapper with beautiful vocals. he is actually the sun. laugh is like HaHaHaHaHa. amazing songwriter. hyper. his love for people and one of the most caring unselfish ppl.
  • Woohyun: nam greasy can't be stopped. amazing but kind of weird fan service but hey any fan service is better than no service. main vocal that can make me cry. worked on his solo album for yearssss and I'm so proud of him.
  • Hoya: or more like ho-bitchfAce. I live for his reactions. amazing dancer like hottdamnnn. he dropped out of hs w/o telling his parents to chase his dreams of dancin like shit that's crazy. but don't worry he has a diploma. grinding on floor, nuff said.
  • Sungyeol: crazy, choding, hyper after dongwoo. visuals af like he's so tall and handsome sometimes ppl don't notice bc of l. business owner as well bc he helped with his family's chicken shop. started as an actor trainee with no history of singing/dancing and he's come a long way. needed in variety like fr.
  • L/myungsoo: we all know that he's cosplaying as L bc myungsoo is the dorkiest person ever. anime is life #otaku. 我在这里!!!! Wo zai zhi li!! adores his cat and I do too. visuals af like is he real? he has the perfect voice for dubbing. amazing in his new drama so proud.
  • Sungjong: my preciousss. one of the maknaes on top. seriously he's the most mature in infinite and we all know it. girl group dances are lit. prettier than girls as confirmed by sunggyu. mc talent. too much sass and very violent. scary sometimes but look at that lovely smile. his skin is perf. he needs to be on tv.
Netflix Is Driving Me Mad

I’ve gotten used to Netflix not having that much good anime, but recently I’ve noticed how it’s almost as if they purposefully remove the better anime on their website. It’s really fucking annoying. I could make a list of more than ten anime that Netflix used to have on their website that I really liked, but then they took it down. I usually notice the anime not being there when I come back looking for it after a year or so passed and BAM it’s gone. You know what, I WILL make a list, because this is really firing me up.

Back in 2013 (which is when I first started watching anime) I watched Angel Beats, Clannad, Full Metal Alchemist, Soul Eater, and Ouran HighSchool Host Club on Netflix. By the end of that year they took down  Angel Beats and Clannad.

In 2014 Netflix added Attack on Titan just so they could remove it later in 2016. I watched Squid Girl and Okami-san and Her Seven Companions. I didn’t watch a lot of anime this year. I don’t remember exactly when either of these two were removed but it was relatively soon after I watched them.

In 2015 I watched Princess Jellyfish, The Devil is a Part Timer, Noragami, Psycho Pass, Welcome to the N.H.K and Red Data Girl on Netflix.

By 2016 they removed Princess Jellyfish, The Devil is a Part Timer, Noragami, Soul Eater, and Full Metal Alchemist. I watched Nana on Netflix.

Since I’ve last checked Nana, Welcome to the NHK, Psycho Pass, Attack on Titan, and Ouran Highschool Host Club have been removed from netflix.

These aren’t even all of them. I watched My Little Monster on Crunchyroll, but I remember it being on Netflix for a short while. It was a pretty good show, I was glad Netflix had actually added a good anime on to their site BUT THEY REMOVED IT IN LIKE A FUCKING YEAR. I’m pretty sure I remember seeing School Rumble there maybe four years ago and then removed later on. I’ve recently started watching it and so far I’m really enjoying it. I watched one or two episodes of Fruits Basket on Netflix before they removed it.

Them removing Nana is probably what triggered me to write this, because finding places to watch it is difficult and the DVD set is expensive as hell. They also removed some of my all time favorite anime like Welcome to the NHK, and Princess Jellyfish, and Angel Beats. I’m looking at all the anime on Netflix right now AND THERE IS NOT A SINGLE GOOD COMEDY. School Rumble, Ouran Highschool Host Club, The Devil is a Part Timer, Squid Girl; these are all REALLY good comedies! Honestly all the anime I mentioned are pretty good if not amazing. So why would these be removed?

So what’s left on Netflix? What good anime has Netflix managed to not remove?

Well there’s Your Lie in April, Durarara, HunterxHunter, Death Note, Little Witch Academia, Madoka Magica, and Mushi-shi. Honestly I don’t think these hold as much weight to them compared to Nana or Welcome to the NHK or Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood or Princess Jellyfish. But that’s just me.

I’m done ranting for now. Maybe it’s time for me to get a Hulu account.

hey i’m kate 17 from England.

but if you message i can send one

i am 100% gay 

i like music,reading,writing,watching anime,face timing,skyping,working out,baking, and watchig disney movies (also cuddling)

i am looking for a relationship 

someone who wont judge me for who i am and for my past 

i’m a little shy so sorry for that

i’m 5'4 

i like cookies

and animals

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imessage/whatsapp: +447399324302

skype: hellofromtheotherside16

i hope you all are having an amazing day

Chillin and drawing before #SDCC2017 starts tonight. My booth 4723 is all set up and ready to go but I’m so nervous this year 😨 ( I had a scary dream my booth was buried behind rock posters and giant Pikachus were dancing and pinballing me around until Nathan Fillion came and gave me a hug and told me it’d be ok 😅) SOOOOO I’m drawing to relax and show a little graphite love for anyone else who’s a little anxious. 😙 I love art so much because it’s so therapeutic. It’s amazing how focusing on technique and repeating line work chills me out. I’m also channeling lots of love to put good energy into the world. ❤🌏 I’m really looking forward to tonight (dream Nathan was very reassuring ☺) See you lovelies soon! Super hugs!💝

So who is your favorite Magical Girl?

Nearly finished watching Revolutionary Utena, I started watching and reading a lot of my favorite series at the moment,
Watching Sailor Moon Crystal, Finished Day Break Illusion not to long ago, Read Tezuka’s Princess Knight again and watched Princess Tutu  and saw the third Madoka Rebellion movie early this year and was in the mood to draw them. I tried watching a lot of other MG anime series but I disliked them or lost interest. But I really was in the mood to draw some crossover art after looking at amazing shadow art work of Utena.
characters include:
Usagi-Sailor Moon
Utena - Anthy
Princess Sapphire

madness indeed!
Characters belong to their respective studios and creators

Drawing by me Kell0x


I drew Shouko from Koe no Katachi feeding bread to the Carps! Me and a friend of mine decided to do an art trade, and he wanted me to draw Shouko (which I was very happy about, because I wanted to draw her anyway). I put a lot of time and effort into this and tried loads of different techniques, and I can say for certain that I finally understand digital drawing better now :D. Shouko is so sweet, I love her so much. Koe no Katachi blew me away, such an amazing movie, with a wonderful story. It left a huge impression on me. If you haven’t seen it yet, I recommend you check it out! I recently bought the manga as well, and I look forward to see what it has to offer. And lastly, I also drew a night version of the drawing, as a little bonus. I don’t know which one I prefer, but they were both so much fun ot work on!

Look at that determination!! ❤️


OMG!  (*°▽°*)

Already having the first picture of a Photoshoot we went to some weeks ago, before going to an anime con, and I’m so excited with the quality and how cute it looks, omfg! Thank you so much to 3LEMENTS for taking this awesome pictures! 


Was cosplaying Riko Sakurauchi, kimono version. it was such an amazing experience going for a photoshoot with two other lovely girls cosplayed as Mari and Kanan ♡ ♡ Had an amazing time!

I should cosplay more Riko soon, even if is a casual Riko until I have the school uniform version (*´▽`*)

To You In Ten Years: Be Strong…

Casca remains the most inspirational black female animated character for me, even as she is now (that is, a broken woman with the mind of an infant).  A rape survivor, a knight, a mother (though that’s debatable), a lover, a beautiful woman with strong eyes, a sassy mouth, and a kind heart– she has faults and moments of weakness.  She has her period on the battlefield and it may seem like an insignificant thing (it’s used as a plot device so that we can hear her backstory later on) but for me as a teen, struggling with endometriosis that crippled me with pain, bleeding constantly and always feeling weak and pathetic– seeing a dark-skinned girl, fighting menstrual cramps and ugly misogynistic assholes on a battlefield, struggling with the pain (whereas most series would either unrealistically have a woman be totally unfazed or completely weakened by such a thing), it was amazing.  I won’t forget my first pixie cut: told my mother I wanted to look “just like Casca” and cut it myself.

anonymous asked:

Also I feel like older anime had really unique and interesting concepts compared to today. There's so many older anime's I'm dying to watch cause the concept just sound so cool. So many anime's today are just variations on "5 teenage girls who look like toddlers are in love with the same boy."

Older animes also had really amazing atmosphere. Newer ones really love to be flashy and loud and play music that can manipulate your emotions.

But older animes really just let the tone and the situation speak for itself

anonymous asked:

Is it just me or are almost all of soul's soft smile reserved for maka or thoughts of maka?


They are all 100% because of Maka!! Like any time he smiles (from my memory) is when Maka does something or when she’s happy because it makes him happy to see her happy!!! He just wants the best for her because she’s amazing and great!!! Like tbh any time I think of Soul smiling, I just remember the end of the anime when Maka’s standing up there and he has that goofy look on his face. Like the boy has it bad for her!!

Just look at him!!! He is so gone for this girl, it’s ridiculous!!!

Here’s a gift for the birthday girl Mya!!! @keiid ❤️❤️❤️ I know i’m a day late but it’s better late than never right? I always get hyped to see your artworks and stories (i forgot the term doujinshi idk) but they’re amazing just like you as a person😭😍 I hope you had a good one! Let’s do a collab in the future soon! That’d be fun❤️

anonymous asked:

What kind of body type do you imagine Annie with? Like do you think she's muscly like Mikasa? Or more slim but still fit?

She’s petite, but she’s certainly not thin. Annie’s only 5 feet tall, but good lord does that girl have some amazing core and leg strength. We have to remember she’s trained in MMA (what looks to be Muay Thai) since she was a little girl. So I’d say she’s similar to Mikasa. Very toned. Thighs that make Armin people go ddddddddan Annie. Obviously flexible. If some anime art is to be believed, she’s also got at least a C cup lmao.

Hell, we don’t really have to imagine her body type, Isayama gave us a good visual right here:

Six pack queen.

Though if one needs a more clear visual, I personally always picture her with the body a trained ballerina typically has

Gillian Murphy’s a good example

Though like I said, her height is something to keep in mind! 

tldr: Toned af 

Alex Hirsch in Russia, day one, 16th of April

Today at Bigfest Alex on stage talked a lot about the show and shared some new facts (on Bill and Ford and AXOLTL!!!!) with us
Everything in quotes is an actual quote!

(here, have a pic of Alex and awesome Stans, took it while waiting for my turn)

He started by saying he’s suprised and glad the show is so popular here, and people were just cheering on him like crazy, it was very impressive.

Then he asked the crowd, what episode they wanted to know more about and decided to talk about Sock Opera.

Originally Bill wasn’t in it, but since he and the crew figured, that “kids must be missing Bill”, they came up with “making a deal plot”. Then they had to decide “why on earth” would Dipper shake hands with “basically devil in a triangular shape

So there was a plot, where Dipper and Bill become friends. Bill pulls Dipper out of his body and they are flying around the city together pulling pranks on people (?like taking their pants off – not sure about this part lol?) That was too unbelievable though, and got discarded, because Dipper wouldn’t do something like this.

Then Alex talked a bit about his voice-acting and did an impression of Bill and “reality is an illusion” catchphrase. The crowd went nuts, and he pretended to be scared and asked “B-bill?”. And then answered himself in Bill’s voice “I AM HERE!”. And Alex started looking around again like Bill was actually there on stage too, it was so amazing!

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Alex was like, okay, one of the main questions to be answered – where was Ford all this time?

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Look at this fucking kiss.

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The way Nod is desperate not to let her go. Look at those eyes. And MK is clinging desperately to his hand as she’s whisked away. Forget all other animated couples. No one can quite break your heart like these two.

And! The Queen of the Forest is not only a POC woman, but is also voiced by our IRL Queen Miss Beyonce. 

It includes a messy relationship between a teenage girl and her wacky dad.

The animation is gorgeous! Look at Nod’s hair and MK’s hood. And everything is amazing.

I love this movie so much. (Seriously though. That kiss is the best kiss to ever be kissed by two kissers. Imma go shoot myself lol. byes.)

Akiba’s Beat - Localization Blog #1 - Voiceover Special!

All right. So! Guessing you’ve all heard the news by now, but indeed, it’s true: Akiba’s Beat…

(1) …not only is getting a dub, but has already been fully dubbed with English-language voices!

(2) …is going to feature the original Japanese voices too, because choice is always a good thing. (Even though the Vita card can’t fit both language tracks, so we’re going to have to offer the Japanese voices as free DLC – and we’ll be providing more info on just how big a download that’ll be when we find out ourselves!) ((The PS4 version will have the Japanese voices on-disc, though, so no worries there.))

(3) …is going to have a special surprise in store for those who preorder. More on that below!

So, yes, Akiba’s Beat *will* have an English dub. Believe you me, I’ve been living and breathing this English dub for the last several months. There are nearly 22,000 voice files which have been recorded, spanning over 180 different roles, and they’re still being listened through and processed. (Or they were when this was originally written, anyway; they’re pretty much done now, save for some final tweaking.)

Does that number seem high to you? It probably should – our biggest voice project prior to Akiba’s Beat (that being Trails of Cold Steel II) had somewhere in the vicinity of 12,000 voiced lines. Akiba’s Beat very nearly doubles that, making it the single most massive voiceover undertaking in the entire history of XSEED Games – an honor which seems to keep getting passed between the Akiba’s and Trails series, since our biggest voiceover project prior to Cold Steel II was Cold Steel I, and our biggest voiceover project prior to that was Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed!

As you might imagine, all that recording was pretty exhausting, but it turned out beautifully in the end, with one of the most diverse casts we’ve ever featured in any video game. We actually had numerous actors fly in from Texas to record for us (which they seemed happy to do, on account of recording partially taking place during the hottest time of summer!), resulting in a pretty great mixture of LA and Texas talent that helps keep the game sounding fresh the whole way through.

Our lead character, Asahi Tachibana, is voiced by the first of our Texas actors: Mr. Anime himself, Chris Patton – a man who’s done only a select few video game voices in his day, but who has now played a lead protagonist with ~5,700 lines, making this among his largest roles to date. Auditioned partially because he voiced a similar role in the anime “Welcome to the NHK,” Chris delivered a knockout performance that exceeded our expectations, adding a touch of snark and a heaping tablespoon of genuine heart to his every read. By the end of his three weeks in the studio with us, he pretty much WAS Asahi Tachibana – he’d gotten the role down so thoroughly pat that he was regularly breaking 120 lines recorded per hour, simply because his reads were so perfect the first time around that retakes were basically redundant.

The game’s female lead, Saki Hoshino, was voiced by the ever-talented Erica Mendez, whom my coworker Kris kind of wanted to voice her as if she truly believed she were Batman, whereas I was thinking more along the lines of Daphne Blake from Scooby-Doo. What we got was somewhere in the middle, and it’s pretty much perfect – as in, not only perfectly matched with the character’s personality, but also with her Japanese voice, as no other character in our entire dub cast sounds as much like a 1:1 analogue to her Japanese counterpart. It’s honestly kind of eerie how close the two voices are – especially considering we started recording before we’d actually heard the game’s Japanese voices, so this happened entirely by chance!

The next main cast member on the roster was Riyu Momose, a.k.a. Mippity-Mop, the 14-year-old bunny-themed idol singer. We once again called upon Texas for this voice, casting the wonderfully talented Tia Ballard, who delivered a very sweet, wholesome performance that sounds every bit as precious as the character she played. The other Texans all told us that Tia is pretty much renowned for being as close to a real-life Disney princess as you can get, and… yeah, when we finally met her at the studio, that assessment proved entirely apt! She was a pleasure to work with, and I can’t imagine anyone will be disappointed with the results.

Next in the male cast was the role of Yamato Hongo, the party’s whipping boy. His whole deal is that he’s “secretly” an emo anime otaku – by which I mean, it’s plainly obvious for everyone to see, but he firmly denies it, so every other character just CONSTANTLY rips into him. Robbie Daymond took up the mantle, and brought the perfect amount of pure smuggy assness to his performance, bringing Yamato to life in ways we never thought possible. You can look forward to an excellent card-game battle scene with him that was basically played (expertly) as the nerdiest Yu-Gi-Oh match imaginable. An amazing performance all around from a very talented actor!

Moving right along, the role of the tsundere Gothic lolita girl (if you don’t know Japanese cultural archetypes, I’m sorry for the terminology dump, but it really is the most succinct way of describing her!) Kotomi Sanada is played by the one and only Cherami Leigh, who brought a certain… raw violence to the role that really sells every line. We auditioned numerous characters for this game, and Cherami is one of the few for whom we heard the audition and pretty much just chose her on the spot – there simply couldn’t be a more perfect Kotomi.

And in what is perhaps the biggest deviation from the original Japanese voice, we cast Ed Bosco as Reiji Shinomiya, the 28-year-old reclusive computer whiz with a perpetual “it’s complicated” relationship status and a general sense of world-weariness about him. As mentioned above, we began recording before we even had a chance to hear the Japanese voices (one of the travails of working on a game that’s still in development!), so we based all of our casting decisions solely on each character’s personality. In Reiji’s case, the character constantly regards himself as an “old man,” and comes across as a battle-hardened badass who’s ready to take on the world if he has to, but would rather just laze around and build himself a new PC if he had any say in it. So, naturally, we went full-on growly badass with his English voice, utilizing Ed’s low end with liberal use of gravel. The Japanese, on the other hand, went full-on bishounen (pretty-boy). Different takes, but both sound great, if you ask me!

Flash over to the final main party member, Mizuki Aihara – Asahi’s childhood friend, who sort of serves as a general foil for Asahi’s boundless apathy. Constantly even-tempered and fastidious, Mizuki is everything Asahi isn’t, yet the two of them couldn’t get along much better… at least, at first! But as the game progresses, their relationship is strained a bit (DRAMA!), so we needed someone capable of very subtle and precise emotional turns to play this role. The man we tasked with that job was Ray Chase, and Ray absolutely delivered, giving a true tear-jerker performance. His dog, Milo, was in attendance during recording as well, and really, really wanted to get in the booth with him!

(Ray IS in this photo, we swear! It’s just kind of hard to see him due to the reflection of our director in the window. Hi, Kirk!)

On the antagonist side of things, we cast Mick Wingert as “Boss,” the mysterious swagger-fueled punk who leads the Akihabara Freedom Fighters (which have no relation to the Akiba Freedom Fighters of Akiba’s Trip fame) in their struggle against any and all things delusion. Funny story here: I did the initial translation for this game, with Kris on editing. Boss was very clearly written as a classic Japanese street punk in the original text, so I did my best to convey that in the English… but the fact is, I *suck* at writing punks. So when Kris got ahold of my files, he saw what I’d written and immediately interpreted it as “cowboy.” We had a good laugh about that at first, but then realized… it actually works! So Mick’s take on Boss is basically a scrawny-nerd-turned-cowboy-street-punk in Japan. Which is, as you might imagine, pretty magical to hear!

The enigmatic “man in pink,” Kanon, was given to the one and only Todd Haberkorn to bring to life… and bring him to life, he did! Kanon needed to sound threatening, but also soothing… mysterious, but also approachable. And Todd immediately stepped up to the plate, delivering a performance that I swear is inadvertently a near-perfect voice match for the Cardassian tailor-come-spy, Garak, from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Which, if you’re familiar with Garak, is basically everything we could possibly have hoped for (because Garak rules!).

And our final main cast member, Pinkun – the floating pink puff-ball who has a thing for maids and idol singers, constantly calls Asahi “dingus,” and seems to address everyone but Saki with a certain level of smug superiority – was played by yet another Texas actor in her first ever video game role: Brittney Karbowski. Known for 11 years’ worth of stellar anime performances, this was her doorway into the realm of video game voice-acting, and as director Kirk Thornton put it, “You said this is your first video game? Yeah… It won’t be your last.” Brittney’s performance was nothing short of wonderful, giving Pinkun a real sense of gleeful obnoxiousness that’s hard to balance just right so it’s actually entertaining and endearing as opposed to grating. But she did it, and she did it in such a way that it seemed almost effortless! We hope to work with her again in the future – along with everyone else we’ve named above, for that matter!

…But wait just a moment. What is that in Brittney’s hand?

 That… would be Pinkun.

Which players who preorder Akiba’s Beat at select retailers (we’ll provide you guys a list soon, we promise!) will be getting as a preorder bonus.

PREORDER PLUSHIE, Y'ALL!! Isn’t he cuuuuuuute?!?!

…Whew! OK, this is getting kind of long now. But before signing off, I just wanted to share two more photos of voice actors we took during recording, to round out the Texas constituency. These aren’t actors who played primary characters, but they are actors who flew in from Texas to record for us, so it seems only right to give them a shout-out and let them know how much we appreciate their efforts!

First up, we have the incredibly talented Alexis Tipton, who played the dual roles of Hazuki Aihara (Mizuki’s proactive and generally filterless sister) and Moé Suzumori (the perfect ideal of an Akihabara maid who struggles to maintain her own impossibly high standards). Alexis was able to play these two roles with aplomb, distinctly separating the two voices and giving them both the attention they deserved to elevate each respective character. Some of my personal favorite lines in the game come from Hazuki Aihara, and I couldn’t be more pleased with Alexis’ sterling performance!

Finally, we have Justin Briner, who flew in to record the role of Megane Taro. Megane Taro is essentially idol singer Riyu Momose’s biggest fan, and a genuinely nice person amidst a sea of relatively creepy otaku – and Justin’s own inherent niceness definitely flavored the character, making all of Mr. Taro’s appeals to his fellow otaku come across as wholly genuine and rather moving. This was our first time working with Justin, but hopefully won’t be our last, because he was an absolute pleasure to record.

There were many, many other talented actors who also passed through the studio during our two months of recording (the game has over 180 voiced roles, after all!), but we only got photos of the main cast + Texas actors, so those have been our main focus thus far. We’d like to stress, however, that everyone we worked with was a delight, and while we don’t plan on revealing any other actors at this time, we know a few have already talked about their involvement with Akiba’s Beat on Twitter and other social media outlets, and others will likely follow suit in the future. And we want to thank each and every one of you for your hard work, as well as the good people at Cup of Tea Studios, the wonderful directors we worked with, and our gracious hosts Michelle and Eddie (as well as little Eddie and the dogs!).

It’s been a whirlwind, but a wonderful experience overall, and I’m grateful to have been a part of it. Hope you guys are ready for an awesome dub once the game is released in Q1 2017 (not to mention a SUPAH-CUTE pre-order plushie!).

Also, hey, if you’re reading this in time, why not head on over to our Twitch channel at We’ll be streaming the game at 3:30 PST / 6:30 EST today (though if you miss it, don’t worry: we’ll post a recording of it to our YouTube channel at sometime next week), showing off some of the voices in action and, for many of you, providing your very first look at this upcoming Akiba experience.

And if you came here FROM our Twitch stream… welcome! Why not read some of our other blogs? We talk about a lot of cool stuff on here! ;)

Take care, everyone!