Matthew Magnus Lundeen
Anime Features Writer
Contributing since June, 2022
About Matthew Magnus Lundeen
Matthew Magnus Lundeen is a writer, critic, and aspiring cinephile trying way too hard and simultaneously not enough. He writes anime features for Game Rant when he isn't trying to write his novel series.
My favorite anime is Bungo Stray Dogs. Come for the superpowers and beautiful characters. Stay for an emotional story with subtext about battling trauma.
Living with a roommate that has an Xbox has spoiled me, so I don't really pick a side in the console war, but I'll always be a PlayStation boy at heart.
There are several, but the easy choice is and always will be Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater.
One Piece is starting over with 'The One Piece,' but is this remake a cause for excitement, or is skepticism more appropriate?
With another terrible fatality looming over the cast, this is a look back at the makings of one of Jujutsu Kaisen's best friendships.
Loid's new mission sends him and his family on a winter vacation, but things get complicated when Anya gets caught in the center.
A behind-the-scenes look offered some insights but unfortunately shined a spotlight on the adaptation's less favorable qualities.
Scott Pilgrim's new series has received high praise yet reignited an age-old debate that's more exhausting every time it comes up.
For its 25th birthday, Bones is marking the occasion with an original series, but can this sci-fi action series live up to that legacy?
After premiering in Japan back in September, an international release for Maboroshi has finally been set, though not for theaters.
The 2021 film from director Sunghoo Park was already a twisted love story of sorts, but a few omitted details make it even darker.
Longtime Masaaki Yuasa collaborator Fūga Yamashiro is directing the much-anticipated adaptation of Yukinobbu Tatsu's paranormal comedy.
When Stark discovers that a famous story about Himmel is a lie, it inspires an interrogation as to what it means to be a hero.
While not everyone was satisfied with Bones' announcement at Anime NYC, the significance of their new project is worth learning about.
Episode 40 of Jujutsu Kaisen was relentless, and it wouldn't have been the same without the man directing it, Itsuki Tsuchigami.
With the battle over, Frieren's party continues their journey to Aureole and weathers a harsh winter alongside a new acquaintance.
It's been five years since the Devil May Cry anime was announced, but Adi Shankar assures fans it will be very much worth the wait.