The current run of GeGeGe no Kitarou had an episode that directly criticized schools whitewashing Japan's role in the war. And that's an all-ages show that airs Sunday mornings!
And earlier GnK had an episode that criticized the war for the great number of people that it killed, and the human cost to those who remained behind. Really, especially for the generation before about 1990 or so, I think it's hard to find authors, writers and directors who don't address WWII at some point. It was so impactful for them in so many ways that I think it's hard for them to not talk about it.The current run of GeGeGe no Kitarou had an episode that directly criticized schools whitewashing Japan's role in the war. And that's an all-ages show that airs Sunday mornings!
Aw sweet. Hopefully it won't be as overstretched as the latter half of S2. The way I heard it, they pretty much had to adapt as Watari was writing it.https://moetron.net/post/186060633785/the-oregairu-s3-anime-will-be-produced-by-studio
Studio Feel is returning for S3 of Oregairu. Good to hear, they did a pretty good job with S2.
NoooooooooooooThis is as good a thread as any to put this in (aside from starting a whole new thread, that is), but this can be filed under "Well, fuck."
Harmony Gold renews license to 1st Macross, Southern Cross, & Mospeada
So much for the hope that those licenses would be pulled from the claws of HG and other companies would have the chance to get some of the more recent Macross over here...
I am pretty surprised given the animosity that HG had enough money to overcome that and get them to agree to it. You’d think they would have been much happier licensing all tne Macross things to a streaming service like Netflix or Crunchyroll.Goddamn they're still alive? Nevermind that how are they even allowed to renew a license when the freaking owner hates their guts? I wouldn't be surprised with Southern Cross and Mospeda since these IPs are practically abandoned in their home country, but Macross? :x