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Anime Boston 2015: LiSA Press Panel

Anime Boston 2015: LiSA Press Panel

So during this magical year of ridiculous snowfall and winter blues, international Japanese Pop Diva LiSA graced us lowly denizens of New England with her presence this year at the 2015 Anime Boston. Accompanied by a legit rock band (unlike the 2012 performer Itou Kanako — damn, that was an awkward show), LiSA dominated the […]

“Kami Kai Theater”? Nobody Asked MY Opinion…

Wow, I haven’t done one of these in a while!  I apologize to both of my readers and the other BtNRV staff members who have been carrying this place while I’ve been slacking.  I do not have an excuse, so I wont make one.  I just have not been inspired to write anything.  It’s not […]

Otakon 2012 Notes: Urobuchi Gen, Nonaka Ai, and Hirano Aya in Brief

Otakon 2012 Notes: Urobuchi Gen, Nonaka Ai, and Hirano Aya in Brief

This year marked my first trek down to Baltimore for Otakon, and evidently it was worth it. Though I didn’t apply for a press pass since it was my first time at the con and I didn’t want to stress out over planning coverage on my own, I managed to make it to a few […]

LiSA: Panel, Conference, and Concert Reports from Anime Expo 2012

LiSA: Panel, Conference, and Concert Reports from Anime Expo 2012

Though certainly the less experienced of the two musical guests this year, LiSA certainly didn’t come to Anime Expo 2012 without a pre-established local fanbase. Despite her short discography, she’s already sung pieces for extremely popular anime, starting with Angel Beats, where she served as the singing voice of Yui. After moving on her first […]

We’ll Fix it Later

We'll Fix it Later

I am starting to wonder if it is even worth watching the television versions of anime anymore. In recent years, the industry seems to have an ever increasing practice of improving their television versions for the DVDs and BDs, and it is really starting to become very tiresome. Initially it started with harmless things such […]