Tag Archives: OreImo

‘My Coronavirus Can’t Be This Cute’ Anime Added to Summer Schedule

TOKYO, Japan — A press release has been sent to major anime news outlets revealing that AIC will be producing the series My Coronavirus Can’t Be This Cute for the…

Alabama Refuses to Air Episode of ‘Arthur’ Featuring Gay Wedding, Airs ‘Oreimo’ Instead

BIRMINGHAM, AL — Alabama Public Television has announced that it will not air an episode of the children’s show Arthur that features a same-sex marriage, and will resolve to air…

Tech Startup Introduces Device That Locks Door During Embarrassing Anime Scenes

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — A fledgling tech company has caught widespread attention by announcing a gadget that could revolutionize the anime viewing experience. The San Francisco-based startup 654 Solution Ltd….

Tsukasa Fushimi Again Snubbed for Nobel Prize in Literature

STOCKHOLM, Sweden — The Swedish Academy awarded English novelist Kazuo Ishiguro the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature earlier today. The committee lauded the Japanese-born author, “who, in novels of great…

Op-Ed: I Watched One Episode of ‘Game of Thrones’ and Determined American TV is for Perverts

Ken Garry Anime Journalist As a consumer and critic of anime, I constantly get commenters trying to get me to branch out into American television, much to my dismay and…

‘Eromanga Sensei’ Author no Longer on Speaking Terms with Sister

Tsukasa Fushimi, author of the popular works such as Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai and the currently airing anime Eromanga Sensei, expressed his grief in a recent press…

The Anime Maru Official Year End Status Report

As 2016 comes to close, we at Anime Maru like to reflect on the the accomplishments and events of the past year. Like many in the otaku community, we like…

What Your Taste In Anime Says About Your Sex Life

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China Ends One-Child Policy, Ushers New Era of Imouto Anime

BEIJING, China — Driven by fears of a aging population and a shrinking labor pool, the Chinese government has officially put an end to the controversial one-child policy. Instituted in…