Anthony Gramuglia

Anthony Gramuglia is a lifelong fan of anime and manga. He has been published in CBR, ScreenRant, The Mary Sue, and The Anime Feminist. You can follow him on Twitter.


Genocyber: Anime’s Almost Classic Cyberpunk Horror, Ruined By A Critical Flaw

Editor: Madeline Blondeau Content Warning: Contains imagery that includes graphic violence, gore, and body horror. Old-school anime fans know just how weird the medium can get. There are a massive number of older titles you’d find at Suncoast or Blockbuster that were noteworthy only for how shocking they were. Still, no matter how schlocky they […]

By Anthony Gramuglia

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The Evolution of Abridged Anime Part 2: The Modern Progenitors

As anime fandom entered the new millennium, technological advancements placed San Jose at the epicenter of the next evolution in anime parodies. Until the late ‘90s, most comedic fandubs were done with next to no video editing. While the VCR and VHS technology helped popularize anime in North America, editing video on the medium was […]

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