Tag Archives: Kyoto Animation

Keyframe 114 – Post-War Pat’s Big Bag of Letters

With the sad news that Ghibli co-founder and legendary anime director Isao Takahata passed away, we take some time to remember some of his remarkable work. After that it’s time for us to continue our examination of the Winter season in anime, so join us

Keyframe 107 – RUN! It’s a Pixelated Cockroach!

Keyframe rides again, and this time we’ve got a new member for our conga line as we parade through multi-sensory theme park attractions, Bob Marley’s music, samurai bunnies and a new animated feature set on Hawaii during Halloween that has a suitably cringe-worthy name (see

Keyframe 104 – Duck-Shaped Speedos for Tanks

Now that we’ve got the good and bad of 2017 out of the way we have to resume normal service … for a given value of normal that is! This week we cast our eyes (which are admittedly in various states of working order), over

Keyframe 103 – 2017 (The Good Side)

We’ve kicked arse, so now it’s time for the second half of our look back at anime in 2017 and the better things that were released during the year. Get ready to take some names because it’s time for the good stuff! Tune in to

Keyframe 101 – Waifu or Otter?

So Disney have bought the lion’s share of the Fox media empire, which means Star Wars and Marvel fans have something to be happy about over the Christmas holidays. Meanwhile, we discuss the impact this will have on the Disney Princess register. Hey! Pointless things

Keyframe 82 – Paramilitary Teddy Bears

It’s our post-Sunnycon so we get straight down to business as we have plenty to talk about. Our featured anime are Maid Sama! (Kaichou wa Maid-sama!), which leads to a discussion about shoujo anime, The Seven Deadly Sins (Nanatsu no Taizai), and Amagi Brilliant Park.

Keyframe 39 – Sasami-san At The Boundary

The big news this week is that Japanese voice actress Orikasa Fumiko (Bleach, Code Geass, Hellsing, Great Teacher Onizuka), will be a guest at Sunnycon 5 in June 2016. After that it’s business as usual as we discuss the trailers forDofus – Book 1: Julith

Keyframe 35 – Full Metal Kubo: The Second String

This week we explore the idea that Pixar’s “The Good Dinosaur” could make $4oo million and still be considered a flop. In other news, The Croods gets a hand-drawn animated series for Netflix, Makoto Shinkai announces a new movie called “Kimi no Na wa. (Your