From Comic Tropes’ YouTube description: Katsuhiro Otomo is the writer and illustrator of the Akira manga as well as the director of the anime adaptation. Both were being worked on at the same time and influenced one another. This video takes a look at the cultural and artistic inspirations that influenced Otomo’s work, as well as breaking down his stated intentions. After comparing and contrasting the manga and anime, the video discusses the themes of Akira.
Taken from AnimeEveryday’s YouTube description: The horror anime genre rarely produces anything more than jump scares and unrealistic writing. In this video i highlight some of the genre’s hidden gems.
Taken from Justin Whang’s YouTube description: Shortly after my video on the lost anime, Saki Sanobashi, the search for it was rejuvenated. However, it very quickly descended into chaos.
Taken from AnimeEveryday’s YouTube description: I’ve been looking into stylistic developments in anime a lot recently. In this video I give an overview of how anime character designs have developed.
Taken from AnimeEveryday’s YouTube description: Here’s an overview of the cyberpunk sub-genre in anime.
Taken from Justin Whang’s YouTube description: After being mentioned on a 4chan thread, people have been searching for a lost anime found on the deep web depicting girls trapped in a bathroom, potentially named Saki Sanobashi or Go For a Punch.
Taken from AnimeEveryday’s YouTube description: Anime has a rich history that stretches further than most people discuss. In this video I take a look at some of the earliest directors and the groundbreaking work they created.