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SDCC2015: NBC Prepares Expanded Universe For Heroes: Reborn

SDCC2015: NBC Prepares Expanded Universe For Heroes: Reborn

by Peter Paltridgeon July 12, 2015
From Comic-Con alone, one gets the sense that NBC is investing a LOT to resurrect Heroes from the dead. It’s going to be more than a show this time: it’ll also be a video game. It’ll be TWO video games: a console game, HEROES REBORN: Gemini, and a mobile game, HEROES REBORN: Enigma. Today Imperative […]
SDCC2015: SuperMansion Debuts At Comic-Con

SDCC2015: SuperMansion Debuts At Comic-Con

by Alex Beanon July 10, 2015
Bryan Cranston, Titanium Rex, League of Freedom – what’s not to like about the new superhero comedy series, SuperMansion, that will debut on Crackle in Fall 2015? Here is the trailer from the Comic-Con in San Diego…

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Review: “Freezing Vibration” Leaves the Viewer Cold

by macattackon July 10, 2015
The Freezing franchise makes itself clear what kind of show it is from the moment you look at the box art on the DVD/Blu-ray cover. It’s undoubtedly another “buxom women fighting each other” series, and the show heaps on panty shots, strategically torn clothing (possibly outdoing the infamous Ikki Tousen franchise in that department), and […]

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SDCC2015: Cartoon Network Unveils Redesigned Digital App

by Peter Paltridgeon July 9, 2015
Cartoon Network announced a redesign for its phone and tablet app at SDCC. The revamped app will feature easier navigation and a greater emphasis on video content. Full episodes from all currently-running CN programs will be streamable at any time (provided you have the password from your cable company) and some select episodes may even […]
GKids Acquires Studio Ghibli's "When Marnie Was There"

Review: “When Marnie Was There” – Is All That We See or Seem…

by slaion July 8, 2015
Alas, it was very bittersweet watching When Marnie Was There, knowing that it might be the last film Studio Ghibli will ever produce. Supposedly, Studio Ghibli is just taking a short hiatus after finishing this film, but many think it might be their last. One can only hope it’s not, since it would be a […]


SDCC2015: Skylanders SuperChargers Shifts into High Gear at Comic-Con

by Peter Paltridgeon July 7, 2015
The Skylanders franchise will have a big presence at Comic-Con this weekend. Just try to find a booth without ’em. The Skylanders show floor booth (#121) will be the first locale in the world where fans can get their hands on the new Skylanders SuperChargers Dark Edition, as well as the Wii U exclusive figures […]

Review: “Kill la Kill Volume 3 Blu-ray (UK Edition)” – Puts Its Glad Rags On

by Grant Whiteon July 6, 2015
The second volume of Kill la Kill ended with various big reveals. Satsuki was not the villain she appeared to be, her mother was plotting to offer humanity to alien life that was the genesis of clothing on Earth, and (perhaps most shocking of all) Ryuko was related to both of them: the long lost […]

Shirobako Main Cast As Industry

Review: “Shirobako” – How Anime, Friendships and Careers Are Made

by KarlOlsonon July 3, 2015
Anime and manga production as the topic of anime and manga is nothing new. However, it’s often an excuse to be meta in the context of a broader work, whether that’s members of the Genshiken sweating over a doujinshi right before before Comiket, or the titular character of Monthly Girls Nozaki-kun gradually roping all of […]
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UK Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Cartoonito Announce July Highlights

by Grant Whiteon July 1, 2015
The first day might have smashed temperature records already, but Cartoon Network UK continues to bring the heat with their July schedule. From the 6th July viewers can look forward to brand new episodes of superhero comedy Teen Titans Go!, followed by a brand new season of LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitsu starting 27th. The […]