The Academy Award-nominated director spoke with Newsweek about examining difficult social issues in his anime film, and why, as a parent, he can't ignore them.
Director Mamoru Hosoda spoke to Newsweek about how he came up with the imaginative social media platform-turned VR "U" for his newest anime film "Belle".
Mamoru Hosoda's new film "Belle" features a stunning soundtrack with songs performed by the lead star for both the English and Japanese versions of the anime.
Crunchyroll released a new trailer for the "Attack on Titan" final season ahead of the first episode's premiere, which will be simulcast on Sunday, January 9.
The anime adaptation of "Attack on Titan" is set to come to an end with the last episodes of its final season, which will begin airing from January 9, 2022.
Tite Kubo's iconic manga series "Bleach" celebrated its 20th anniversary at Shueisha's "Jump Festa" event, which saw Shonen Jump make an exciting announcement.
While the state's confirmed count of Omicron remains at one, Minnesota hospitalizations have surpassed this year's all-time high.
The convention at New York City's Javits Center drew roughly 50,000 attendees last month.
The sixth part of the "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure" franchise was released on Netflix on Wednesday, December 1, adapting the manga's "Stone Ocean" arc.
The festive season is upon us and it's the perfect time of year to revisit old favorites and Christmas-themed films and TV shows to get into the holiday spirit.
It is Black Friday and Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Barnes and Noble have released special deals on products such as anime, manga, and figurines.
André Nemec, Elena Satine and Alex Hassell spoke to Newsweek about the unexpected twist in the finale of Netflix's "Cowboy Bebop."
Netflix's live-action remake of Shinichirō Watanabe's beloved 1998 anime not only stays loyal to the animated series, it features music from the same composer who wrote the original score.
The Red Dragon Crime Syndicate serves as the main antagonist in "Cowboy Bebop" both in the live-action and in the original anime.
The actors spoke to Newsweek about fan expectations of Netflix's "Cowboy Bebop" live-action adaptation of the iconic anime.
The Arizona Republican congressman doubled down on his use of anime to depict violence between the GOP and Democrats.
Netflix's "Cowboy Bebop" adaptation will be released on the platform on Friday, November 19, but the critics have already torn it to shreds.
The video splices together clips from various cartoons, with characters mocking Gosar.
Netflix's live-action series will be jetting onto screens on November 19, although the time it is released will differ depending on the region.
The Arizona Republican also admitted that he hasn't apologized to Representative Ocasio-Cortez for the controversial video depicting her death.
"I called him when I heard about the video. And he made a statement," McCarthy said on Monday in his first remarks addressing the controversy.
'Cowboy Bebop' voice actors Steve Blum, Beau Billingslea, Wendee Lee and Melissa Fahn speak to Newsweek about the anime's enduring legacy.
Rep. Paul Gosar called outrage over the controversial video "infantile" and said any accusations it was dangerous were "laughable."
The Arizona Republican congressman has come under fire for sharing an anime video on social media that depicted him killing New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and attacking President Biden.
The clip depicted Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) killing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) by slicing the back of her neck with two swords.
The Republican lawmaker posted an anime video of him slicing Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with swords.
Gosar's own sister and several legislators have called for Congress to take action against the representative for the video he posted on Sunday.