Nothing gets the blood pumping like a high-intensity race, be it in a car, bike, or even mecha suit. Youthful passion and energy fuel these shows about drivers, pilots and athletes all striving for that 1 spot. As Ricky Bobby once famously said, "If you ain't first, you're last". Amid the flurry and popularity of sports anime, racing anime's always been there as the genre's less noticeable, yet just as passionate cousin. Be they in mecha suits, cars or bicycles , there's nothing quite as adrenaline filled as urging a favored character across the finish line.
Anime Review: Redline #blogpost
It is an animated film made by the famous for otaku-s Madhouse. This is why I love anime, over the top while making it impossibly pretty. Just look at the picture above, it is not really related to the plot. However, it is still pretty.
anyone remember this anime?
Do you like Initial D? Do you also like Mad Max: Fury Road? Well I have the anime for you!
Cour is a word used to describe a span of anime episodes during their initial Japanese TV broadcast. One cour runs for three months and typically consists of anywhere between 10 to 14 episodes and sometimes will contain a full season if the season is short enough. A cour is essentially one production block of episodes that may or may not have a break in between it and the next block. There are two production blocks of episodes but all of these episodes make up one season and are released as such on Blu-ray, DVD, and digitally. Planning an anime series in a cour rather than a full-blown season provides the production team and the broadcasters with a more flexibility.