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"Spider-Man 2" DVD Fitting DVD For Fantastic Film

The greatest superhero film of all time–that’s Spider-Man 2 if you didn’t pick up on the hint in the headline–is finally coming to DVD. Times are tough for troubled teen Peter Parker. His grades are declining, his Aunt May is being forced out of her home, and he still can’t balance out the issues with […]

"Popeye's Voyage: Quest for Pappy" Strong to the Finish

Well blow me down, matey. Apparently not lost at sea, Popeye makes a surprise return to animation in the direct to DVD feature Popeye’s Voyage: Quest for Pappy. If memory serves, Popeye’s last foray put him up against the likes of the Smurfs on Saturday mornings, so it’s been a good long while. Showing that […]

"D.N.Angel" Steals the Viewers Heart like Dark Steals Art

Daisuke Niwa was pretty much your average teenage kid. Sure, his family was a little odd, what with the weird rituals and the physical and mental training, but his demeanor was light and perhaps even a little clumsy. We join him on his 14th birthday, when he thinks he’ll be able to turn that clumsy […]

"Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas" Decks the Halls with Style

Sooner or later, it was inevitable. The big mouse held fast to tradition as long as it could, but even Disney had to give sway to the CGI trend eventually. Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas marks not only Disney’s first CGI feature, but also the CGI debut of the Disney founding fathers Mickey, Donald, Goofy, […]

"Shrek 2" Still an Ugly Duckling

While it is common with live action films, the notion of theatrical sequels remains a strange one to the world of animation. Only a handful have come to pass so far, most notably Pixar’s very clever and successful Toy Story 2, which is generally considered to have improved on the original. This example was apparently […]

"The Iron Giant" Special Edition: Spectacular Movie, Fantastic DVD

The Iron Giant did not perform too well in the theaters. Those who saw it, however, felt something at the end of the movie. The story makes a strong emotional connection with its audience, and it still gets to me every time. That’s what’s earned it a place among the best animated films of all […]

"Cyber Team in Akihabara Vol.1": A Little Old-Fashioned Kitsch Never Hurt Anyone

What do you get when Sailor Moon-style sentai magical girl antics are mixed with Pokemon-like owner/pet relationships and Bubblegum Crisis-style battle suits, all with bit of a Go Nagai-style twist? Why it’s Cyber Team in Akihabara! When an enigmatic prince (who looks like Tuxedo Mask and Char put together) attempts to steal Hibari’s PataPi, a […]

"Sponge For Hire" Isn't Exactly Made to Order

Just in time for the upcoming Spongebob film, yet another TV show compilation DVD arrives. Sponge for Hire puts together eight episodes which primarily focus on Spongebob’s beloved job as a fry cook at the Krusty Krab restaurant. This fortunately means a starring role for the Krab’s owner, Mr. Krabs, whose wild and hilarious eccentricities […]

Gravion Vol. 2: "Knights of Gravity" Soar Into Action

Gravion is the world’s foremost defense against the Zeravire, mysterious beasts unleashing havoc upon the future Earth. This mechanical God for a new age can only be created when six pilots combine their ships. But when one goes to her father’s grave and two others take a night on the town, will Gravion be able […]

Vampire Prostitutes & Freaky Zombie Robot Minions!

In the post-apocalyptic future, humanity has wiped itself out. With no clientele left, specialized robots, “Dolls,” are left wandering the streets. One such doll, Malice, begins leaking… almost as if she was crying. A run-in with a beast mysteriously turns her human, leaving her as an oddity of this dysfunctional society. Can she fit in […]

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