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Review: “Blood-C: The Complete Series” – A Superlative, Subversive Slaughter

by macattackon May 12, 2014
Blood-C is what happens when you tell Tsutomu Mizushima, the director behind randomly violent, randomly strange, randomly funny, crosses the line twice comedies like Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-Chan and Magical Witch Punie-Chan to make an entry in the “Blood” horror franchise. Yes, much of what Blood-C turns out to be should also be credited to Jun’ichi […]
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Zenkaikon 2014: The Wrap-Up

by Weathermanon May 11, 2014
So another Con reaches its inevitable end. Obviously all things must end, but it feels a little extra bitter this time. Zenkaicon 2014 was especially awesome for an immense number of reasons. Meeting new friends. Seeing old friends again. Being able to go through a Con without feeling like a chicken with it’s head cut […]

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Zenkaikon 2014: The Jim Cummings Panels Report

by Weathermanon May 11, 2014
Jim Cummings, voice of an almost innumerable amount of characters over the years, did several panels this year at Zenkaikon. His first panel was a co-presentation between himself and convention personality Karl “Uncle Yo” Custer on the 20-year anniversary of the Disney Afternoon programing block and he later did a solo Q&A panel. Cummings provided […]

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Appreciate Mom Better With This Cute Mother’s Day Clip

by on May 9, 2014
Here’s a Mother’s Day clip from Smith Micro Software to help you appreciate the woman in your life that talked you out of doing all of those stupid things you wanted to do. The video features direction, animation and composition by Victor Paredes. The video promotes and shows off the potential of the software it […]

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Lee Marshall, Voice Actor for Tony the Tiger, 1949-2014

by Dan Collinson May 9, 2014
E! Online reports that radio announcer Marshall Aaron Mayer aka “Stagger” Lee Marshall died on April 26th, 2014 of esophageal cancer. He was 64. Marshall started as a radio announcer at KRIZ in Phoenix, Arizona at the age of 14, when he lied about his age with his deep voice.  He later did radio in […]

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Egyptian TV Cites “Simpsons” Episode as Evidence of U.S. Incitement of Syrian Civil War

by Ed Liuon May 8, 2014
The Egyptian TV network al-Tahrir reports on a trending Facebook conspiracy theory in the Middle East that a 2001 episode of The Simpsons (“New Kids on the Blecch”) “suggests that what is happening in Syria today was premeditated” and that the U.S. played a role in inciting the civil war raging in the country now. […]