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A while ago Anime Picks shared an awesome Amaratsu (Okami) cosplay photograph on ourFacebook page, I don’t mean a dude in a furry suit, I mean a dog with accessories! To google I went to search the origin of the cosplay to unmask the truth, was it a Photoshop masterpiece like the Pikachu cat? I found a deviantart profile with a full album of professional photographs of the same dog belonging to a chap by the name of Volkodav. I approached Volkodav about the cosplay and was pleasantly surprised.Read more here. 

A while ago Anime Picks shared an awesome Amaratsu (Okami) cosplay photograph on ourFacebook page, I don’t mean a dude in a furry suit, I mean a dog with accessories! To google I went to search the origin of the cosplay to unmask the truth, was it a Photoshop masterpiece like the Pikachu cat? I found a deviantart profile with a full album of professional photographs of the same dog belonging to a chap by the name of Volkodav. I approached Volkodav about the cosplay and was pleasantly surprised.

Read more here. 

The lack of anime on TV is probably one of the most frequently discussed things in the fandom because as fans we all want to see more of it on TV and also hope to see it become more popular as a whole.
In the past we had Toonami and to a lesser extent Jetix, to at least cover some of the more popular shows, but now we are lucky to see more than a few showings per year. So the question is, why isn’t anime given more of a chance on TV?
The main problem seems to be that broadcasters are too wary of taking a risk on something that – to them – seems like an unknown entity, with absolutely no guarantee of it ever taking off or getting good ratings. Despite fans seemingly being more vocal than ever in their support, it still seems as if nobody is willing to listen just yet.Read more here. 

The lack of anime on TV is probably one of the most frequently discussed things in the fandom because as fans we all want to see more of it on TV and also hope to see it become more popular as a whole.

In the past we had Toonami and to a lesser extent Jetix, to at least cover some of the more popular shows, but now we are lucky to see more than a few showings per year. So the question is, why isn’t anime given more of a chance on TV?

The main problem seems to be that broadcasters are too wary of taking a risk on something that – to them – seems like an unknown entity, with absolutely no guarantee of it ever taking off or getting good ratings. Despite fans seemingly being more vocal than ever in their support, it still seems as if nobody is willing to listen just yet.

Read more here. 

Wenlock and Mandeville, the London 2012 Olympic mascots anime style!

Wenlock and Mandeville, the London 2012 Olympic mascots anime style!

I think this time Princess Peach means business. 

I think this time Princess Peach means business. 

Why does anime food always look so good?

Gorgeous Studio Ghibli art cards by Kevinbolk.

We have a little Japanese food education for you with this cool animated gif.

(Source: foodgif)

Win Dragon Ball Z Season 1 and Welcome to the Space Show

To celebrate 2nd July UK DVD release of Dragon Ball Z-Complete Season One (Manga Entertainment) and 2nd July UK DVD and Blu-Ray release of Welcome to the Space Show (Manga Entertainment) we are offering one lucky person the chance to win a copy of Dragon Ball Z- Complete Season One on DVD and Welcome to the Space Show on Blu-Ray.

Read this post to find out how you can win: http://animepicks.co.uk/2012/06/win-dragon-ball-z-complete-season-one-and-welcome-to-the-space-show/

There is simply not enough Tower of Druaga fan art. Somebody do some quick!

There is simply not enough Tower of Druaga fan art. Somebody do some quick!

(via yuki-sora)

Anybody else hungry?

Anybody else hungry?

(via yorokobi-kanashimi)

It’s dinner time and anime food always makes me so hungry!

(Source: goldenwitchmami, via crazydiamundo)

What lengths would you go to to get Pikachu in its ball? 

What lengths would you go to to get Pikachu in its ball? 

A while ago Anime Picks shared an awesome Amaratsu (Okami) cosplay photograph on ourFacebook page, I don’t mean a dude in a furry suit, I mean a dog with accessories! To google I went to search the origin of the cosplay to unmask the truth, was it a Photoshop masterpiece like the Pikachu cat? I found a deviantart profile with a full album of professional photographs of the same dog belonging to a chap by the name of Volkodav. I approached Volkodav about the cosplay and was pleasantly surprised.Read more here. 

A while ago Anime Picks shared an awesome Amaratsu (Okami) cosplay photograph on ourFacebook page, I don’t mean a dude in a furry suit, I mean a dog with accessories! To google I went to search the origin of the cosplay to unmask the truth, was it a Photoshop masterpiece like the Pikachu cat? I found a deviantart profile with a full album of professional photographs of the same dog belonging to a chap by the name of Volkodav. I approached Volkodav about the cosplay and was pleasantly surprised.

Read more here. 

The lack of anime on TV is probably one of the most frequently discussed things in the fandom because as fans we all want to see more of it on TV and also hope to see it become more popular as a whole.
In the past we had Toonami and to a lesser extent Jetix, to at least cover some of the more popular shows, but now we are lucky to see more than a few showings per year. So the question is, why isn’t anime given more of a chance on TV?
The main problem seems to be that broadcasters are too wary of taking a risk on something that – to them – seems like an unknown entity, with absolutely no guarantee of it ever taking off or getting good ratings. Despite fans seemingly being more vocal than ever in their support, it still seems as if nobody is willing to listen just yet.Read more here. 

The lack of anime on TV is probably one of the most frequently discussed things in the fandom because as fans we all want to see more of it on TV and also hope to see it become more popular as a whole.

In the past we had Toonami and to a lesser extent Jetix, to at least cover some of the more popular shows, but now we are lucky to see more than a few showings per year. So the question is, why isn’t anime given more of a chance on TV?

The main problem seems to be that broadcasters are too wary of taking a risk on something that – to them – seems like an unknown entity, with absolutely no guarantee of it ever taking off or getting good ratings. Despite fans seemingly being more vocal than ever in their support, it still seems as if nobody is willing to listen just yet.

Read more here. 

Wenlock and Mandeville, the London 2012 Olympic mascots anime style!

Wenlock and Mandeville, the London 2012 Olympic mascots anime style!

I think this time Princess Peach means business. 

I think this time Princess Peach means business. 

Why does anime food always look so good?

Gorgeous Studio Ghibli art cards by Kevinbolk.

We have a little Japanese food education for you with this cool animated gif.

(Source: foodgif)

Win Dragon Ball Z Season 1 and Welcome to the Space Show

To celebrate 2nd July UK DVD release of Dragon Ball Z-Complete Season One (Manga Entertainment) and 2nd July UK DVD and Blu-Ray release of Welcome to the Space Show (Manga Entertainment) we are offering one lucky person the chance to win a copy of Dragon Ball Z- Complete Season One on DVD and Welcome to the Space Show on Blu-Ray.

Read this post to find out how you can win: http://animepicks.co.uk/2012/06/win-dragon-ball-z-complete-season-one-and-welcome-to-the-space-show/

There is simply not enough Tower of Druaga fan art. Somebody do some quick!

There is simply not enough Tower of Druaga fan art. Somebody do some quick!

(via yuki-sora)

Anybody else hungry?

Anybody else hungry?

(via yorokobi-kanashimi)

It’s dinner time and anime food always makes me so hungry!

(Source: goldenwitchmami, via crazydiamundo)

What lengths would you go to to get Pikachu in its ball? 

What lengths would you go to to get Pikachu in its ball? 

Win Dragon Ball Z Season 1 and Welcome to the Space Show

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