When hit anime One-Punch Man comes back for its second season, the studio that handled it the first time around won't be returning.
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This winter's breakout anime was, undeniably, Mob Psycho 100. From the creator of 2015's viral anime One-Punch Man, Mob Psycho 100's first season was an absurd, psychedelic feast drawn up by Studio BONES. Its frenzied art style is unmatched by any other contemporary anime, although Masaaki Yuasa-directed titles like Mind Game or Kaiba come close in spirit. Mob Psycho 100's art reaches expressive heights unexplored by similarly shōnen-tinged titles.
Mob Psycho 100, this summer's soon-to-be-hit anime about a psychic middle school boy, premiered today. From the creators of One-Punch Man, Mob Psycho 100 looks as if Fooly Cooly's flawlessly erratic animation style met Paprika levels of psychedelica, all wrapped in a One-Punch Man burrito of action/humour. The anime's first episode is a special, confident blend of over-the-top animation and bone-dry humour.
The viral Japanese webcomic and manga One Punch Man was finally turned into an excellent, frequently ludicrous anime by Madhouse last year, and it was a brilliant take on over the top superhero action. But good news! It's finally coming to the West on Adult Swim's Toonami -- and it's coming very soon.
From the creator of viral manga/anime One-Punch Man, the anime adaption of Mob Psycho 100 is slated for release on July 11. And it's shaping up to be just as visually stunning and hilarious as its predecessor. Mark my words: This is the anime you'll be watching this winter.
It's only been a few years since putting a few simple LED lights in your costume was enough to blow everyone's mind and win competitions -- but cosplay has become far more technical in the last few years. Take this Genos cosplay by Diegator that not only lights up, but is also gesture-activated, programmable to any colour and animated in a cool sequence that looks just like the real deal.
BlinQ is a dating app that has developed a new feature recently. With the help of an AI developed by the University of Zürich, the app now can rank photos by attractiveness on a six-point scale.