A judge ordered former anime voice actor Vic Mignogna to pay $223,042.42 in attorney fees to the parties he sued in a failed defamation and tortious interference lawsuit. He was also ordered to pay an additional $15,000 in court sanctions. Mignogna lost his jobs with Funimation and Rooster Teeth after internal investigation concerning sexual harassment allegations […]Continue Reading
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A lone arsonist targetted Kyoto Animation, an anime studio in Kyoto, Japan. Authorities believe the death toll to be at least 33 people, with another 36 injured, some critically.Continue Reading
Funimation, a Texas-based company specializing in dubbing and distributing anime for an American audience, went to Twitter on Saturday and engaged in a bit of virtue signaling.Continue Reading
Vic Mignogna, the anime voice actor, accused of sexual harassment is suing one of the companies he did work for. He’s also suing some of the women who accused him of sexual harassment.Continue Reading
First came Gamergate. Then came Comicsgate. Now there’s Animegate. What exactly is Animegate? It sprung up when sexual harassment allegations surfaced against voice actor Vic Mignogna. He’s known for his English voice-over work of Japanese anime shows that were dubbed for English-speaking viewers. People who are pro-Animegate contend there’s no evidence Mignogna sexually harassed anyone. They created […]Continue Reading
In March of 1943, the United States was embroiled in a massive war with Imperial Japan. Perhaps you’ve heard of it. Instead of using all his various superpowers to quickly bring an end to the war, Superman (government name Clark Kent) used his superpowers to stoke the fires of racial hatred and bigotry. No wonder Batman […]Continue Reading