Every Blerd on the planet keeps their eyes on LeSean Thomas and what he’s doing. The Blerd himself is creating anime with a vision for Black representation purposes. Even I’ve … Continue reading Yasuke Review
Let’s jump right into the full review of Dream Con. It was a blast for their second run at the convention. Now don’t get me wrong, there was one major … Continue reading Full Dream Con Review
Josee, the Tiger, and the Fish originally alluded to me because of the mystery of the title. But, honestly, I was pretty sure that it was a novel turned anime … Continue reading Josee, the Tiger and the Fish Review
Before SEGA indeed established a name for themselves in the North American market with the Sega Genesis (and of course the world’s most famous hedgehog- happy belated birthday), they fought to … Continue reading Alex Kidd In Miracle World DX Brings Back SEGA Cult Classic. Thoughts?
When we think of crowdfunding for creatives and events, we first consider a top-rated platform and site. They’ve been the go-to for the last 10-20 years with zero viable other … Continue reading New Crowdfunding Platform Storming the Market
One franchise that has seen a ton of love in the retro renaissance is Sega’s Wonder Boy series. Although the first game in the series was a bog standard side-scrolling … Continue reading Asha in Monster World Brings a Mega Drive Cult-Classic Into 2021
The Violent Evergarden series is not one I would typically view. Upon the first appearance, and without reading a lot about the show, I went in blind. Thinking about current … Continue reading Violet Evergarden Series and Movie is Must-See Anime
NIS Interactive may be best known for the Disgaea franchise, among other tactical role-playing games. However, the team isn’t afraid to step outside of this genre, as proven by the recently rereleased Prinny games. … Continue reading Poison Control is the Shooter/RPG Hybrid with Franchise Potential