As anime fans, we know that our favorite shows can inspire us to stay strong, improve ourselves, and work toward our dreams. Very few people know that better than Green Bay Packers defensive end Mike Daniels. And in a new documentary produced by Crunchyroll, he shares his love of and exuberance for anime with all of us.
In the world of fandom, one question has loomed large since the very beginning. No, not “who is your OTP” (though also that). I’m talking about the classic, completely hypothetical, message board ruining question, “who would win in a fight?”
In a world where anime is bigger than ever… one woman hasn’t actually seen much of it.
Can she successfully piece together the premise of a popular series based on knowledge she’s absorbed from being online? Or will she endure the shame of believing that there is a talking dog which merely turns out to be an extremely hairy man?
Placing a poll on Twitter dot com, she puts her fate in the hands of the many. Whatever show they choose, she is honor-bound to describe what she thinks she knows, watch several episodes, and compare her knowledge to the cold truth.
If you found yourself caught up in the habit of watching Dragon Ball Super on a weekly basis, you’re probably still feeling a colossal void in your schedule. There was something downright comforting about following Goku’s journey, especially during the high-stakes final run through the universes-shattering Tournament of Power arc. Now that we’ve had some time to soak it in, the lack of Dragon Ball Super feels more deflating than ever.
Don’t let it get you down, though! While nothing can perfectly match the electrifying heights of Akira Toriyama’s world of Dragon Ball, there’s plenty of anime out there for those looking to scratch a similar itch. So, prepare your watch list accordingly, and get ready to commit to a few more ground-shaking journeys and the unforgettable characters that make them all worth taking.