Art Spiegleman's Maus, with its touching story about the Holocaust, proved that you could do a respectful take on sensitive moments in history with talking animals. IDA, Inc. and anima, Inc. are out to blaz
After months of waiting... we have to wait a little bit more. But not too much more, for Anime News Network reported this week that a dubbed English version of "Cat Sh*t One" has been produced! Studio Anima is preparing the 22-minute feature for a free high definition stream, presumably for worldwide Web broadcast sometime this year.
Adapted from the manga by Motofumi Kobayashi, "Cat Sh*t One" (or "Apocalypse Meow," as it was known in North American translations), is the story of anth
"Cat Sh!t One," better known as "Apocalypse Meow" in North America, is about to finally get real. As reported by Aintitcool and verified by the official CSO Web site, the first CGI episode from Studio Anima is on its way to an August completion date with
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