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Picture this: November 2006, you are at the World Trade Center in Pasay City, it was a beautiful Saturday morning, a calm, cool, and warm Saturday morning. You skip your only morning Saturday subject in college to go to the venue.

OPINYON: Isang Pagbabalik-tanaw sa HEROtv

Sinasabi ng matangdang kasabihan na "Saka mo lamang mararamdaman ang kahalagaan ng isang tao o bagay kapag siya o ito ay mawawala na sa iyo." At sa nalalapit na pagpapaalam ng HEROtv, Sinasalamin nito ang naturang kasabihan.

Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom?

When a movie as good as Your Name establishes a benchmark of what a “quality” anime film is, expectations are bound to be set while disappointments are certain to haunt the succeeding flicks following that masterpiece.

VIOLET EVERGARDEN, A story of a girl looking for the meaning...

Most of the shows produced by KyoAni usually involve either Slice-of-life or School themes, but their latest work is something really different, and I believe that Violet Evergarden would be their best one yet.

DISPATCHES: A Courageous Gamble, Kapamilya Issues, and A Decade with the...

What's Next with TV5's Anime Gamble?, Musings from a Kapamilya, and A decade of reminiscing.

Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry

Taking place between the last two story arcs of the hit manga by Hiro Mashima, Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry is a movie generally intended for Fairy Tail’s most avid fans.

EDITORIAL: Is Facebook really turning a blind eye on Piracy?

The social networking site Facebook is once again in the spotlight on the technology scene, as well as mainstream news, because of the ever-popular Facebook Live platform.

OPINYON: Voltes V after 40 years, Kailangan pa bang ulitin?

Huling linggo na ng Voltes V sa telebisyon next week, samot-saring mga reaksyon at komento ang nakita ko noong bumalik ito sa GMA-7 noong Pebrero.

#RandomThought: Running out of time, Digital release may be the better...

Japanese anime fans will surely be excited for this date, and most probably the producers as well. For movie distributors, maybe not.

EDITORIAL: BURNED OUT. Cosplay in the Philippines losing its luster?

If you attended a pop-culture convention in the country, you will surely see a lot of things that makes you feel that it is a bona fide convention, like booths, merchandises, food concessionaires and a stage. Any event that doesn't have any of those make some people either queasy or cringe worthy. No offense.