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More Pokemon Sun And Moon Characters Were Revealed Today

More Pokemon Sun And Moon Characters Were Revealed Today

by Peter Paltridgeon September 20, 2016
Four more Pokemon from the island paradise of Alola were unveiled today, but these are different from what’s come before. We had to get to the “exclusive” ones eventually. Below are the mons you can only get by selecting one game or the other. Trading is the only way to catch them all… Passimian Type: […]

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Big Visual Changes Coming To The Pokemon Anime

by Peter Paltridgeon September 15, 2016
A thirty-second preview for the next generation of the Pokemon anime appeared on Japanese television this morning, and it’s making waves. Ash’s typical transition between generations involves a wardrobe change, plus the unceremonious dumping of all his friends and every Pokemon he bonded with (sans Pikachu). This time, more than just a hat is different…the […]
Relive Pokemon History Through Pokemon Generations

Relive Pokemon History Through Pokemon Generations

by Peter Paltridgeon September 13, 2016
The Pokemon Company put out a trailer today announcing Pokemon Generations, a new animated series — but not one intended for television. Generations is meant for Youtube and social media, with easily digestible three-to-five minute episodes. Each short depicts a major event from the video game series in animated form, such as the battle against […]

Transformers: The Movie

Review: “Transformers: The Movie” Blu-ray Dares To Be Stupid and That’s Alright

by Neo Yion September 12, 2016
I love the cheesy aesthetic of 80’s media because they are often shamelessly dumb and driven by the Rule of Cool. Transformers could not have come out at any point before then.┬áThe high concept — giant alien robots that transform into vehicles, forever locked in an eternal war between two factions — is mind-blowing to […]
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Cartoon Network UK Study Finds Children Value Humour And Kindness As Qualities

by Grant Whiteon September 12, 2016
A study undertaken to promote Cartoon Network UK’s continuing Imagination Studios programme reveals that UK children prioritise noble traits such as humour and kindness. The nationwide survey of 6-12 year olds, their parents and teachers found that, whilst 63% of kids prefer to draw over write and the majority would start by designing how their […]

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Crash Bandicoot Turns 20 Today

by Peter Paltridgeon September 9, 2016
The original Crash Bandicoot was released for the Sony Playstation twenty years ago today, September 9, 1996. He’s not getting any younger and will resemble the “coot” portion of his name before too long. But it could have been different had his name remained “Willy the Wombat.” In 1994 Jason Rubin and Andy Gavin of […]
Amazon Studios Stinky and Dirty Show

Review: “The Stinky and Dirty Show” – Streaming STEM

by Ed Liuon September 2, 2016
Kate and Jim McMullan launched a kids book franchise with I Stink, a delightfully illustrated ode to a New York City garbage truck as it makes its rounds throughout the city. The first follow-up was I’m Dirty, centering on a backhoe loader. Amazon Studios has picked up the property and launched The Stinky and Dirty […]

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New Pokemon Adventures Coming From Viz

by Peter Paltridgeon August 30, 2016
Viz Media, longtime publishers of the Pokemon manga, are bringing two new books to market this fall. The first is a sequel to the Ruby and Sapphire adaption manga, featuring the return of Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald as they attempt to save the world from an oncoming meteor. There’s also the Pokemon Pocket Comics Box […]
Elena of Avalor

Elena of Avalor Premieres On DVD This December

by Peter Paltridgeon August 26, 2016
We had to wait over a year for We Bare Bears to grace home video, but Elena of Avalor’s first DVD disc is going to happen nearly instantaneously. The first four episodes that have aired will be offered in a DVD package for the young female holiday market. Elena of Avalor is a spinoff of […]