Anyone who has been on the net as an anime fan long enough or has attended an anime con knows what yaoi is. It’s gay anime and manga, and not just gay in the shonen-ai subtle foreplay way, but with serious sexual content, from TV-MA at the least to far beyond what this site covers […]
Tvshowsondvd.com reports that Warner Home Video is releasing Season 1 of Xiaolin Showdown on DVD on August 8. The 2-disc set will feature all 13 episodes of the season.
Tvshowsondvd.com has announced that the Family Channel cartoon The Legend of Prince Valiant will be on DVD on July 4 from BCI Eclipse. The first volume contains the first 33 of the 65 episodes on five DVDs and features the voices of Robby Benson, Alan Oppenheimer (He-Man), and Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (Batman: The Animated Series). […]
Enjoying their peace from the fighting that always comes to the Z Warriors (Earth’s Special Forces), Goku, family and friends have decided to take a relaxing trip to the mall. Buy some clothes, check out the babes; the only fighting is Chi Chi over the deals. When an android menace starts to ravage the town, […]
Warner Bros. has launched a site for the upcoming Thundercats Season 2 Vol. 1. The DVD box set will be available in stores on Tuesday, April 18.
For a number of months now, Funimation has been including a particularly unique bonus on pretty much all of their releases: an episode of the show known as Mr. Stain On Junk Alley, a series about a homeless man living in the back alley of an intentionally nondescript metropolis. It’s a really unique just for […]
In a world gone mad, one man stands alone. In this shattered world, a hero’s destiny… has nothing to do with Mr. Stain on Junk Alley. This collection of quirky shorts from director Ryuji Masuda breaks the mold for usual CGI fare. Even after repeated viewings, remains completely unclassifiable as stories are told through a […]
What happens when the chicken crosses the road? He’s run over, turned into a cyborg by the local mad scientist and forced to channel flip through television for the rest of his life. But it’s not our TV he’s watching. We don’t have shows such as “The Real World: Metropolis,” “Who Poop Last?” and episodes […]
At first, the idea of fusing sci-fi with ancient samurai tales doesn’t look all that promising. After all, there are a million ways you could screw something like that up. Then I watched the first volume of Samurai 7, where Kanbe goes out without a protective suit and, with a normal, everyday sword, slices a […]
Yeah, you heard me right, a clip show. This volume of Samurai 7, coming hot off the blistering action from the 4th volume (which likely burned out the animation staff for a week,) leads off with a clip show. However, even that episode is pretty darn good. In general, this volume backs off the action, […]