This is the first of a series of articles dedicated to Yutaka Nakamura, without a shadow of a doubt the best known contemporary Japanese action animator, but at the same time an often mystified and trivialized figure. Before expressing some of our considerations on the artist we thought of translating some interviews and talks to […]Read more →
Let’s look back at two standout scenes wherein Sakiko Uda channeled robot loving goodness on MHA and the new Pokemon OP made strives to carry on the powerful cartoon momentum from Sun & Moon!Read more →
Don’t blink or else you’ll miss it! Yutaka Nakamura’s latest contributions to the MHA franchise might be stylistically familiar to fans, but few were expecting the legend himself to lead off the episode without even an opening segment to allow us time to reach our seats.
Since there are only eight of them, lets go cut by cut breaking the whole scene down.Read more →