The Crunchyroll’s Anime Awards aired last week, and overall, it was another tremendous Virtual Event held by them. Usually, it’s like most other award shows with in-person hosts, live audience, … Continue reading Crunchyroll Anime Awards Review and Thoughts
Have you been tuning in to watch Promised Neverland Season 2? It’s been creating quite an uprising in fans over the weeks and months. Anime fans reading the manga of … Continue reading Light Novel, Manga, Anime. How the Direction Can Make or Break an Anime.
For over 25 years, Charles Martinet has provided all the “wahoos” and “mama-mias,” among other lines uttered by quite possibly the most influential mascot in video game history. His role … Continue reading Charles Martinet Wants to Reprise Role in Super Mario Movie
Wizard Brands, Inc. (OTCBB:WIZD) last week announced that its scheduled 2021 live events in Cleveland (Feb. 26-28), St. Louis (March 12-14) and Chicago (June 24-27) have been postponed due to … Continue reading Wizard World Comic Con Dates Update
Anime Central (ACen) is the latest convention to bite the dust this year. Arguably one of the biggest anime conventions in the Midwest and one of our favorites. ACEN is … Continue reading Anime Central Cancels Con for 2021
I may not be the most prominent anime connoisseur globally, at least not compared to this blog’s founder. However, the success of Demon Slayer was something I couldn’t overlook. Between a good … Continue reading Demon Slayer is Getting its First Video Game Adaptation this Year
How many more Zombie shows, books, and movies can you enjoy? There’s the complete horror story where people try to survive an enclosed or trapped space until help arrives. Next, … Continue reading New Zombie Manga by Haro Aso
It’s hard to imagine now, but there was a time when digital storefronts weren’t flooded with retro revivals. At the time of its original release, Double Dragon Neon was among the few … Continue reading Double Dragon Neon Still Pulls the Punches After Eight Years