ANIME VOICE ACTOR MORGAN BERRY ON HER LEAD ROLE IN LESBIAN LOVE STORY KASE-SAN AND MORNING GLORIES

From superhero teachers and virtual reality gamers to personified blood cells and teenage Yuri assassins, Morgan Berry is a voice actor of all trades. Her versatile voice has landed her roles of all genres and genders, with some of her most well-known roles being Thirteen from My Hero Academia, NK Cell from Cells at Work, Madam Sharley from One Piece, Misaki Kuramoto from Free!, and Tokaku Azuma from Riddle Story of Devil. But, most recently, Berry was cast as the lead in the one-hour, english-dubbed Yuri film, Kase-san and Morning Glories...

11 ANIME VILLAINS WE CAN'T HELP BUT LOVE ... NOT YOU OBERON!

In the delightfully philosophical—and sometimes backwards—world of anime, it’s sometimes the villains we want to root for. Sure, they’ve made some mistakes, woke up on the wrong side of morals, maybe even murdered a few people, but with eyes that make us swoon and backstories that make Shakespearean tragedies look like a joke, we can’t help but love them...

HOW DID I NOT KNOW HOWL'S MOVING CASTLE WAS BASED ON A BOOK--WITH SEQUELS!?

The clumping and rumbling of a steampunk-looking castle, a ridiculously dashing Howl whisking young Sophie high above the town houses in a dance, young Markl transforming himself into an old man, and the walking—but not talking—scarecrow who helps old Sophie with the laundry. For those who have seen Studio Ghibli’s Howl’s Moving Castle, these scenes are easy to call to mind, but funnily enough, they’re not in the book...

6 PARODY ANIME TO WATCH IF YOU LIKE MAKING FUN OF ANIME

Parody in Japanese anime is nothing new. From eccentric combat moves to overly exaggerated facial expressions, anime has made a name for itself in the humor department, amplifying the human experience to an almost ridiculous level. It’s easy to see why the genre has gained a popular following, and equally easy to understand why some find TV shows like Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, Fairy Tail, and No Game No Life difficult to take seriously...

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