This morning, I booted up Showmax for the first time in a while and was greeted with recommendations for the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex movies. Thing is, I'm pretty sure these anime titles weren't on here a few weeks ago. What is Showmax? Showmax is a South African-based online streaming service created… Continue reading When did Showmax start showing anime?
It's rare when the YouTube algorithm recommends something I actually want to watch (it loves pairing Slipknot with Jeremy Loops). Last night, something called 'SD Gundam Matsuri part3,' which was in Japanese without any English subtitles. I didn't know what I was getting into and dived in. After its 54-minute run-time, I can honestly say… Continue reading SD Gundam Matsuri is amazing and I don’t know what was going on
There's a fantastic trend at the moment: Japanese companies are uploading subbed anime to YouTube for free. This has happened with a few Gundam titles, and now, Armored Fleet Dairugger XV has joined the ever-expanding list of content. And it's legal. The Armored Fleet Dairugger XV The series debuted in Japan in 1982, and (according… Continue reading Watch Armored Fleet Dairugger XV for free on YouTube
If you're in the mood for some anime mecha action, well, you're in luck. You can now watch Gundam Build Divers on YouTube for free. That's great news, but what exactly is Gundam Build Divers? It's a marketing tool A big part of the Gundam franchise is the plastic model kits, or Gunpla. Created by… Continue reading Watch the English dub of Gundam Build Divers for free on YouTube