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The Top 10 Weirdest Looking Pokemon!

by Todd Blackon February 28, 2016
For 20 years, Pokemon has been gracing our video game systems, televisions, and even movie screens. And in 20 years, the same simple truth still holds, you “Gotta Catch’em All!” But, for every generation of Pokemon, there are certain standards you expect. Some fun and good starter Pokemon to begin your journey, legendary Pokemon that […]
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Top 5 Most Shocking Moments In The DC Animated Universe

by Todd Blackon February 28, 2016
There was a time when DC Comics had a plethora of classic heroes on TV via their animated series. What started as one, became two, then became a team show, then a team show with an unlimited roster, a future version of a classic hero, and so on. This was the DC Animated Universe, and […]

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Review: “Naruto Shippuden” Set 24 & 25 – Zombie Apocalypse

by macattackon February 19, 2016
After the exciting divergence in Set 23 with the “Power” mini-arc, Naruto Shippuden returns to the regular state of things with the Fourth Shinobi World War. And, unfortunately, the same rambling tedium that has haunted this show since the beginning of the arc continues through Set 24 and into Set 25. The animation is an immediate […]
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New Pokemon Revealed! Meet Magearna!

by Todd Blackon February 15, 2016
A new Pokémon was recently revealed in an issue of Corocoro, and now, the Pokémon Company has not only officially revealed the Pokémon via press release, but given some details on the Pokémon itself, now called Magearna, as well as the movie it will debut in later this year. “The newly discovered Mythical Pokémon Magearna […]

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Review: “Danganronpa” – Congrats, Monokuma, You’ve Murdered Me With Mediocrity

by Neo Yion February 12, 2016
My first exposure to Danganronpa occurred a few years back when I happened upon its fluorescent pop art aesthetics. It had the kind of urban Persona 4 feel that made the latter appealing to look at during my gameplay sessions. The thick line art and overcompensated character designs did much to hook me, especially the […]
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DreamWorks and Netflix Release “Voltron: Legendary Defender” Official Logo

by Ed Liuon February 10, 2016
DreamWorks Animation Television and Netflix are getting set to unveil Voltron: Legendary Defender, the re-imagining of the iconic 1980’s-era anime series, promising to “[feature] a mix of action, comedy and an epic storyline spearheaded by yet-to-be-announced veteran animation talent & longtime Voltron fans, the new series will delight audiences old and new.” For now, though, […]

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Review: “Mobile Suit Gundam Part 2 (UK Edition)”: Yes, My Sweet! Yes, My Sweetest!

by Grant Whiteon February 8, 2016
One of the good things about releasing the original Gundam in two sets is that it creates a nice line between the two major stages of the story. We started with the Federation losing to Zeon and the White Base crew being a messy band of refugees forced into being soldiers. This second set marks […]
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Next Omakase Box Takes To The Stage With Vocaloid Characters

by Grant Whiteon February 3, 2016
Following on from entries covering Kill la Kill and Naruto, the third merchandise box in Viewster’s bi-monthly subscription service will focus on the cast of the Vocaloid games/multi-media franchise. Shipping March 25th the next Omakase box will include a range of exclusive merchandise focussed around popular characters including Hatsune Miku and Megurine Luka. This includes […]

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MCM Comic Con Continues EU Expansion In 2016 With Hannover And Brussels Events

by Grant Whiteon January 27, 2016
With their London event standing as the world’s current third largest comic convention and similar events being held across the UK, MCM have announced their continued expansion into continental Europe with two new events. Already hosting events in Stockholm and Malmo, MCM Hannover Comic Con will be hosted 4th-5th June at Hannover Messe and MCM […]
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Review: “Tokyo Ghoul” Is Mind-Draining Drool

by Chad Boninon January 21, 2016
Have you ever had a bad date? There have been obvious date-killers, such as making an inappropriate joke, bringing up politics (and finding out you’re on the opposite end), or having the person hit your one worst personal pet peeve. Ken Kaneki has been the victim of the ultimate “catfishing:” he had a crush on […]