A waifu is an anime fan's ideal partner -- an imaginary partner lifted directly from an anime series' story. And there are plenty to choose from.
AfterShock Comics presents a preview of A Calculated Man #3, by Paul Tobin and Alberto Alburquerque.
The seinen genre of anime has come to the rescue for adults who still like to see magic stories.
While the season's most anticipated series are action-packed shonen titles, a few romance series manage to tug on the viewers' heartstrings.
Waifus are the ideal life partner in the imagination of anime fans, and some of them are downright legendary as the best of all time.
Anime protagonists are usually kindhearted and cheerful, but not always; some are so scary that they terrify other characters and viewers alike.
Anime fans who are intimidated by the length of certain anime can rest assured that some of these long-running series are worth the time investment.
Whether audiences feel disappointed by their poor development or because of their questionable actions, these shonen leads sparked widespread debate.
There are many parallels to be drawn between Light Yagami's Kira and Walter White's Heisenberg, but Kira stands to be the more evil of the two alters.
It's always difficult for an anime's ending to please everyone, but some series finales are so controversial that they have gone down in infamy.
From edgy shonen like Akame Ga Kill! to harem anime like Love Hina to the isekai Sword Art Online, these side characters outshine the protagonists.
While there are a number of mainstream streaming services available, HBO Max has its own anime roster to compete with.
The 2022 summer anime season brings plenty of new anime, long-awaited returns of older series, a few remakes, and much more.
Whether they have a compulsion to lie, are hiding dark secrets, or have perfectly valid reasons, some anime characters just can't stop lying.
In Love Unlimited: Viv Vision, Champions member Viv goes on a date with CJ, a girl she met on the Internet who turns out to be perfect for her.