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Chris Walden

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About Chris Walden

Chris is an anime writer for Screen Rant. Despite spending over a decade writing about anime and related topics, he somehow keeps coming back for more.

Industry Focus

Primarily an anime writer, you'll likely find Chris yelling about the latest shounen and sports series'.

Favorite Media

His favourite series continues to be Hunter x Hunter, one day hoping that the gang will get to disembark from the boat. Outside of anime and manga, you'll probably find him chatting about Pokémon or some flavour of trading card game.

Author Details

Chris is a writer from the UK, spending most of his time in either the tech or anime spheres. He has a Master's degree in video game design, which he puts to good use by making bad game jam games.

Latest Articles

Jiangshi X official manga artwork. 1
JoJo's Stands & Dragon Ball's Fusions Merge In Exciting Shonen Manga

Shonen Jump’s Jiangshi X introduced a new technique that borrows ideas from both JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and Dragon Ball Z.

Ibara from Dr. Stone looks toward Senku in shock. 1
Dr. Stone's Newest Arc Ended Its Villain in the Most Brutal Way Yet

The Dr. Stone: New World anime recently concluded, and it featured one of the most brutal endings for a villain in the series so far.

Denji from Chainsaw Man looking shocked. 1
An Absolute Game Changer - Chainsaw Man Hints One of its Most Beloved Characters is Alive

After 150 chapters of the Chainsaw Man manga, Denji is finally reunited with a long-lost friend. One that he thought had been killed long ago.

Baki Hanma grins maniacally at his father, Yuujirou Hanma, during their final confrontation in Baki Hanma (2023). 1
10 Best And Most Brutal Fights in Baki

The Baki anime is packed full of exciting, bloody, and absurd showdowns, but there are ten fights that stand out above the rest.

Komugi, during Meruem's death in Hunter x Hunter. 1
Hunter x Hunter Author Finally Explains The Most Tearful Scene In The Manga

Yoshihiro Togashi, the author of Hunter X Hunter, explains the inspiration behind one of his manga’s most tearjerking moments in a new interview.