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Rex Morgan and Me and Anna Mae (Anime)

You and me both Rex. The long-running comic strip Rex Morgan, M.D. made references to Crunchyroll and Kirakira Precure a la Mode in its August 8 strip, which did not escape the notice of eagle-eyed Precure fans. In the comic, Rex receives a request from his daughter Sarah to buy a subscription to the Crunchyroll […]

Posted on: Aug 9, 2021,  Section: Anime, Comic strips, Comments: Comments Off on Rex Morgan and Me and Anna Mae (Anime)

Thank you to Smith Micro

Thanks goes out to this week’s sponsor, Smith Micro. Smith Micro is a company with software geared towards artists. Two such products include Anime Studio and MotionArtist. Anime Studio is a great piece of software for animating your cartoon. They sent me a demo version of Anime Studio a year or so ago and I […]

Posted on: Jan 31, 2014,  Section: Animation, Anime, Cartoons, Technology, Comments: Comments Off on Thank you to Smith Micro

Check out Smith Micro’s Anime Studio and MotionArtist

This week’s sponsor is Smith Micro. Smith Micro has a number of software products that are specialized for artists such as Anime Studio and MotionArtists. Don’t let the name Anime Studio fool you – you don’t have to create Anime with it. It’s animation software to create 2D movies, cartoons and cut out animations. It […]

Posted on: Jan 27, 2014,  Section: Anime, Comic strips, Technology, Comments: Comments Off on Check out Smith Micro’s Anime Studio and MotionArtist

Tokyo city wants to ban morally offensive anime

This came news to me as I was under the impression that Japan loved their anime and manga regardless of moral biases. From The Comics Journal: Tokyo Gov. Shintaro Ishihara’s successful passage last month of legislation targeting manga, anime and video games for vaguely defined “morally offensive” imagery has been recorded in this column, as […]

Posted on: Jan 21, 2011,  Section: Anime, Comments: 1 Comment

TokyoPop launches tour to promote Manga in US

Manga mania is waning in America and that is not making TokyoPop happy. The Comics Journal reports that founder and CEO Stuart Levy launched a cross-country tour to promote the Japanese art form. Despite the setbacks, Levy remains as madcap passionate as humanly possible about his struggling business. Instead of griping behind corporate walls, he […]

Posted on: Aug 6, 2010,  Section: Anime, Cartoons, Comments: Comments Off on TokyoPop launches tour to promote Manga in US