Coming straight from the studio that brought you titles like K-On and Clannad, Kyoto Animation’s newest hit Beyond the Boundary is half-way through simulcasting on Crunchyroll.
In case you haven’t had the chance to check it out, Beyond the Boundary is a combination of supernatural fantasy and high school slice-of-life that has managed to keep me tuning in every week.
What’s up, miss me? After an arduous journey of waterfall training in the mountains, I have returned. Ok, just pulling your legs. I tripped into a deep pile of smutty gal games and shoujo manga.
Hiatus aside, of the many anime series I watched were two ecchi shows that are remarkably similar: High School DxD, and So, I Can’t Play H!
Last Summer, I posted: “An Over 9000 Figure Guide: S.H.Figuarts Dragon Ball Z”. In it, I showcased every existing release of the poseable + surprisingly affordable Tamashii Nations figure line available for 2012.
Debuting in the U.S. via Bluefin Distribution, S.H. Figuarts are my favorite collectibles of the Dragonball Z franchise. The figures aside, I’m also a big fan of Bluefin Tamashii Nations USA because they are keen on market demand. Should you decide to keep up with their official Facebook Page, they consider fan interest via polls for future figures.
Here is the update on the latest 2013 S.H. Figuarts Dragon Ball Z releases!