Diamond is Unbreakable (1999) Apr01

Diamond is Unbreakab...

Diamond is Unbreakable (1999) By Evan O I’ve reviewed some obscure anime before, but this one takes the cake. You may be familiar with Diamond is Unbreakable, the fourth part of the Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure manga that received an anime adaptation last year. What you may not know is that this...

Art of Fighting Mar18

Art of Fighting

Art of Fighting By Evan O.   Between Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle and Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture, Nihon Ad Systems adapted another SNK fighting game with Art of Fighting. While fan reception for the Fatal Fury anime is mixed, the Art of Fighting anime is unanimously considered...

Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture Dec29

Fatal Fury: The Moti...

Fatal Fury : The Motion Picture By Evan O. I had high expectations for Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture. The first Fatal Fury OVA, Legend of the Hungry Wolf, showed some promise but was ultimately crippled by its less-than-an-hour runtime. Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle made improvements in every...

Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle Sep13

Fatal Fury 2: The Ne...

Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle By Evan O. 8 months after Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf came Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle, and within the first 10 minutes, it already establishes itself as a considerably better OVA. The runtime has been extended from 45 to 70 minutes and the previous...

Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf Aug18

Fatal Fury: Legend o...

Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf By Evan O.   With The King of Fighters XIV coming out on August 23rd, I have decided to look at some of the anime adaptations of King of Fighters and its related games. Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf was released in 1992, marking the first...