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Much Needed BELLE Movie Review

Mamoru Hosoda is one of the most prominent film directors and animators of our current time. Beyond his talent, he landed with some of the most outstanding animation studios of … Continue readingMuch Needed BELLE Movie Review

“Hyperstone Heist” is Better than Turtles In Time

People are calling 2021 the “Year Of The Backlog” due to many anticipated titles being pushed back into 2022 and beyond. I’ve spent the better half of this year finishing … Continue reading“Hyperstone Heist” is Better than Turtles In Time

Anime NYC 2021 Shaking the Rust Off

Anime NYC is the giant anime strictly con in North America. There’s no denying its magnitude, with NYC one of the most significant cities in the United States, Crunchyroll being … Continue readingAnime NYC 2021 Shaking the Rust Off

Demon Turf Brings Style and Innovation to a Familiar Genre

Marketed as “The 3D Platformer with Attitude!”, Demon Turf was revealed early last year as the next in line from Slime San developer Fabraz. Although the platforming genre is admittedly quite crowded, the reveal … Continue readingDemon Turf Brings Style and Innovation to a Familiar Genre

Yasuke Review

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 readingYasuke Review

Cotton Reboot Brings Beloved Japanese SHMUP West for First Time

The shoot ’em up genre is in and of itself a very niche genre, often aimed at the most hardcore of audiences. While quite popular in America during the arcade … Continue readingCotton Reboot Brings Beloved Japanese SHMUP West for First Time

Dream Con 2021 Day One

We finally arrived at Dream Con and didn’t know what to expect. Coming early day one, we thought we’d get ahead of any pack if there were one. Well, we … Continue readingDream Con 2021 Day One

Josee, the Tiger and the Fish 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 readingJosee, the Tiger and the Fish Review