About Kevin T. Rodriguez
Kevin is an accomplished blogger and pop culture writer! Having written about the manga and anime industry since 2004, he's written a wide variety of stories! He has even interviewed legends like Stan Lee and Trigun creator Yashiro Nightow! Ask him a question about Oscars as well!
Tokyopop was once the biggest manga publisher in America, but it failed to succeed as an anime distributor.
While Disney and Studio Ghibli had a great partnership, it ultimately came to an unexpected end. What happened?
Nezuko joins the fight against Urogi, in a battle where the stakes may be her very soul.
Vegeta is one of the best-developed characters in Dragon Ball. Here's a look at how much he's changed since he was introduced.
In the early 2000s, Dreamworks acquired the rights to Millennium Actress. Then, they proceeded to bury it. Why was that?
While streaming has provided many benefits for anime fans, has it also made our hobby worse in some areas?
4Kids Entertainment may have been a controversial company, but they may be the most responsible for making anime mainstream. Was that good or bad?
Were you aware that there were several pre-Disney Studio Ghibli dubs produced? Why were they made and why aren't Americans more aware of them?
A new season of Demon Slayer premiers with the aftereffects of the explosive season finale last year!
Despite being a trailblazing anime in America, this franchise is missing a season or two.
What's the real reason why this Detective Conan had to go by another name once it was introduced overseas?
In 2000 Fox Kids decided to make an attempt to bring Case Closed to the block. There were problems though, that would bring those plans to a halt.
When Pokemon became a huge hit on Kids WB, it ushered in a new era of anime. Sadly, it also had negative implications for American-made animation.