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Mike Judge Considering A Live-Action Beavis And Butthead

by Peter Paltridgeon July 11, 2016
Mike Judge, master satirist and creator of several hit shows over his long career, has a tendency to occasionally return to the original series that shot him to fame, Beavis and Butthead. The first run lasted six seasons on MTV and spawned a feature film. The show later returned in late 2011 funnier than ever, […]

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A LEGO “Gotham City Breakout” in Gotham with John DiMaggio, Brandon Vietti, Matt Peters, and Jason Spisak

by Ed Liuon July 8, 2016
At the end of June, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment hosted a special screening of LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes – Justice League: Gotham City Breakout at the Directors Guild of America Theater in New York City. In attendance were actors John DiMaggio (Deathstroke) and Jason Spisak (The Joker and Spoony); co-director Matt Peters; producer Brandon […]
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Review: “D-Frag!” – Likable High School Hijinks

by Weathermanon July 8, 2016
Stop me if you’ve heard this before: delinquent high school kid, gaggle of weird girls, club room, etc etc etc. Yes, you have heard this story before, very likely a lot of times, so how does one make a show like this stick out? Do it well. D-Frag is certainly a little cliche, but it […]

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The Mother Of All Steven Bombs Detonates July 18, 2016

by Peter Paltridgeon July 7, 2016
It’s been a long, cruel 2016 for Steven Universe fans, having to watch other CN originals debut new episodes practically every week while the Crystal Gems got the occasional hyped episode followed by more reruns. Now that’s all about to change as the gargantuan stockpile CN has been hoarding will be let loose in the […]
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Review: “Naruto Shippuden” Set 26 – Canonically Decent

by macattackon July 7, 2016
The anime adaptation of Naruto Shippuden has been a bumpy ride for the last couple of boxsets, with the series mired in a dirge of random mix of filler and poorly paced canon episodes, often with poor animation. The final episode of Boxset 25 kicked everything into high gear with a frankly incredible episode that had […]

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“Gundam” Leads The Charge For Loot Anime’s SQUADRON Crate

by Grant Whiteon July 6, 2016
Loot Anime, the anime focused avenue of the popular Loot Crate subscription service, have announced their next theme to be ‘SQUADRON”. This means a focus on the various elite squads of Japanese animation with exclusive products inside to draw from the likes of Mobile Suit Gundam, GATE, Anti-Magic Academy: The 35th Test Platoon and Arpeggio of Blue […]
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Review: “Only Yesterday” Blu-ray Is A Riveting Trip Down Memory Lane

by Neo Yion July 6, 2016
Only Yesterday’s US release is nothing short of a miracle. For years, it suffered as the only Studio Ghibli film to never make it stateside. Even during the brief time period in the late 90’s/early 21st century when Disney shoved Ghibli dubs out like candy, this one remained curiously absent. The only way anyone could legally […]

One Punch Man Comes To Toonami July 16

One Punch Man Comes to Toonami July 16, 2016

by Peter Paltridgeon July 4, 2016
Saitama has become One Punch Man, a superhero SO POWERFUL that he annihilates anybody with just one punch. But he soon discovers this can lead to a boring existence, and he becomes jaded with everything. The new anime based on the One Punch Man manga has gained a following, and said following has been asking […]
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Behind The Scenes Of Samurai Jack Season Five

by Peter Paltridgeon July 4, 2016
Adult Swim was nice enough to create a seven-minute look behind the scenes at the production of Samurai Jack’s fifth season, which will air later this year on the Toonami block. Series creator Genndy Tartakovsky gets the lion’s share of interview time as he reveals why it took so long to resolve Jack’s story. Production […]