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“Food wars!: Shokugeki No Soma” is worth your time

By Jae-Lyn Miranda Staff Writer This anime/manga series has everybody’s mouth watering. “Food wars!: Shokugeki No Soma” is a Japanese shōnen manga series made by Yuto Tsukuda and illustrated by Shun Saeki. This anime was produced and directed by J.C. Staff and Yoshitomo Yonetani to become a Japanese television series (anime). [SPOILERS AHEAD] This show takes place in Japan featuring

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“Demon Slayer” is worth a watch before the movie release

By Yasmeen Ali Staff Writer “Demon Slayer” has been on the top of everyone’s anime watchlist for a while now. Ever since the anime came out, many were captivated by the beautiful animation Ufotable is creating with Koyoharu Gotouge’s work. Gotouge is the author of the manga better known in Japan as “Kimetsu No Yaiba.”  In the past Gotouge has

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The latest Shinkai film outperforms “Your Name”

By Yasmeen Ali  Staff Writer Makoto Shinkai has held himself to a higher standard of story writing after the success of his first movie, “Kimi no Nawa.” On Jan. 17, 2020, Shinkai’s second movie, “Tenki no Ko” (known in America as “Weathering With You”), was released, and many fans took the theaters by storm. The movie was highly anticipated after

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“A Silent Voice” holds a heartfelt meaning

By Yoeli Romero Staff Writer “A Silent Voice” has received praise from many fans and critics because of its amazing visuals and plot. Yamada and her team released an amazing and beautiful film. In “A Silent Voice”, we are introduced to two adolescents named Shoya Ishida and Shouko Nishimiya. Nishimiya, a student with impaired hearing, was continuously being tormented by

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Heartfelt body-swapping movie embodies much more

By Sophia Nguyen Staff Writer Many have praised Makoto Shinkai, director of “Kimi No Na Wa,” as the successor to Hayao Miyazaki, acclaimed director of “Spirited Away” and “Howl’s Moving Castle.” “Kimi No Na Wa” (better known as “Your Name” to international fans) has garnered much attention for surpassing “Spirited Away” as the highest grossing anime film of all time.

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