We chatted with Cartoon Network Asia Pacific leads and the animator for Monster Beach about the upcoming series, the state of the animation industry in Southeast Asia, and what’s coming to Cartoon Network.
Not quite the educators you want to stand by, but definitely the ones that are most entertaining to watch.
The making of Sol Levante is a story of a bold new world in anime and an industry reluctant to hop on.
Welcome to a feast of hidden meanings and blatant symbols that cast light on the beast that governs our lives.
Anthony Chen’s Wet Season, his follow up to the much-lauded Ilo Ilo, feels ostensibly like a movie about a city.
The animated TV show featuring some of DC’s most renowned characters aims to empower as much as it entertains. How do you strike that balance?
Beastars deftly uses the animal kingdom — and its high school setting — to explore central questions in human nature and societal conflict.
Tomohiko Ito’s animated feature film merges teen rom-com with heady sci-fi that asks some pretty serious questions about youth and humanity.
In most ways, The Ghost Bride – Netflix’s first Chinese-language original – is just like the Malaysian state of Malacca that it’s set in. A port city and… more
Detention is the best (and, in most ways, truest) video game adaptation ever made. There, I said it.