Written by Jonny Lobo On August 24, 2016 I was granted the opportunity to take part in a teleconference along with several other journalists wherein Joshua Seth answered questions concerning his role in the upcoming Digimon Adventure tri. – Chapter 1: Reunion (2015). As you likely know by now, Joshua Seth, who played main character Tai Kamiya in the English adaptation of Digimon Adventure (1999 – 2000), will be joining the rest of the cast in the aforementioned film sequel to the beloved series (for more information on these developments, check out my previous article on the matter). Joshua was more … Continue reading The Pulp chats with Joshua Seth about Digimon Adventure tri.
Written by Jonny Lobo As with any other commodity, manga has long been marketed in Japan and abroad according to demographics. For decades, longstanding categories such as Shōnen (for boys) and Shojo (for girls) have helped authors and publishers cater … Continue reading Downplaying Demographics: Shōnen, Shojo, and Soul Eater
Written by Jonny Lobo Digimon faithful, rejoice! At last, more than fifteen years later, English-speaking fans of the original animated series Digimon Adventure (1999 – 2000) have received confirmation that their beloved dub cast will be reprising their respective roles … Continue reading Original English dub cast confirmed for “Digimon Adventure tri”
Written by Jonny Lobo Like the countless other viewers who eagerly awaited the premiere of Kill la Kill (2013-2014), I was initially excited to experience the next big project helmed by the team of veteran filmmakers responsible for the homage-laden … Continue reading Anime Review: Kill la Kill (2013)
Written by Jonny Lobo I predict 2014 will be remembered by film critics and casual viewers alike as a marked stepping stone in anime’s continued path of expansion outside of Japan, as the medium at large not only becomes more … Continue reading Anime Review: Space Dandy (2014)
Written by Jonny Lobo Saint Oniisan (Saint Young Men, 2013) is director Noriko Takao’s recent feature-length film adaptation of Hikaru Nakamura’s popular manga of the same name. Set in modern-day Japan, the film—true to its source material—is primarily a strife-free outing … Continue reading Anime Review: Saint Young Men (2013)
Written by Jonny Lobo Upon hearing the premise of Hataraku Maō-sama! (The Devil is a Part-Timer! or, alternatively, Demon Lord at Work!, 2013)—to put it briefly, Satan himself seeks employment at McDonald’s (excuse me, I mean “MgRonald’s”) in order to … Continue reading Anime Review: The Devil is a Part-Timer! (2013)