In the blazing heat of summer, a group of teenagers band together after realizing they each have special powers. Calling themselves the Mekakushi-dan, this is the story of a series of events that befall them on two August days. »
Asuna Yuuki was content to be a dedicated, top-scoring student, but after becoming trapped in the virtual reality MMORPG Sword Art Online she found herself in a fight for her life with stakes higher than she could ever imagine. Sword Art Online Progressive Vol 2. continues the story of Asuna and her companion Kirito… »
How far would you go to protect your family’s image, despite how rotten the foundation of that family’s honour might be? Ayako explores this in the context of post-WWII Japan as acclaimed mangaka Osamu Tezuka details the twisted attempts of the members of the Tenge family as they each struggle to maintain the family’s… »
Welcome to OP/ED’s a day by Ani-TAY! Each day the Ani-TAY community will be featuring an OP/ED which they found particularly remarkable, wonderful or impressive. Come along for the ride!
Love can be just as fleeting as it is beautiful, worn down by the passing of time and the weight of growing up. 5 Centimeters per Second delves deeply into memories of first love, presenting a story that is equal parts nostalgic, heartwarming and depressing. »
If you haven’t seen Anohana, go watch it now. If you’ve seen Anohana and didn’t tear up at the end, you are either a liar or a monster. »
Congratulations the sizable contingent of Your Lie in April fans here on Ani-TAY, you did it! Nanairo Symphony narrowly won the title of March's winning OP/ED! It will move on to the end of the year final poll to determine the overall winner of the OP/ED series. »
At what point do we have to stop running from our past and begin looking towards the possibility of a shining future? Your Lie in April explores this question with earnestness, presenting a heartfelt drama about the power of love, loss and music.
In the interest of clarity, all reviews posted on to Taykobon will have a rating at the bottom that reflects our overall thoughts. This rating will be subjective, meaning it will be a reflection of how much a particular book resonated with us personally. If you disagree, that's fine because this is our personal… »
Welcome to my recap of Goose house Ustream #47 which was broadcast on Saturday March 28th at 20:00JST! (7:00AM EST) »
Welcome to OP/ED's a day by Ani-TAY! Each day the Ani-TAY community will be featuring an OP/ED which they found particularly remarkable, wonderful or impressive. Come along for the ride! »
Welcome to nostalgia month! What's that you say, Kirameki isn't an old or nostalgic song? You may be right on the first charge, but Kirameki is already one of the nostalgic songs in my mind as well as one that will continue to evoke feelings in me for a long time to come. »
The obvious lead-in for a review of a series like Food Wars (Shokugeki No Soma) would be to preach about how it is a wonderful fusion of battle manga with Hell’s Kitchen. This is true of course and is just as good as it sounds, but what if we mixed up the recipe a little bit? Yes, Food Wars is a battle manga about… »