For Grown Ups

StrongBad Receives An Email About Techno

by Alex Beanon April 23, 2014
Earlier this month, internet aniimation pioneer updated their website for the first time in four years. For those unfamiliar with the subtle nuances of Homestar Runner, here is a sample – major character StrongBad receiving an email about techno music…

Ferdinand The Bull Coming To Big Screen

by Alex Beanon April 23, 2014
The classic children’s book, “The Story of Ferdinand” is heading to the big screen in animated form with Carlos Saldanha at the helm. Saldanha, the director of films in the “Ice Age” and Rio” franchises has expressed his desire to direct the film based on the one of his childhood favorites. The book by Munro […]


Review: “Ikki Tousen” Great Guardians & Xtreme Xecutor – Rip-Off Artists

by Dr. Daedaluson April 23, 2014
I’m about to review Ikki Tousen, and to paraphrase Roger Ebert, this may astound you, but I’m giving it a positive review (Siskel: “It DOES astound me. Are you okay?”). Why did I like this series but loathe similarly-fanservice heavy titles like Highschool dxd? If you’ll indulge me for a moment, let me take you […]

Animaniacs Reunite At MomoCon

by Alex Beanon April 22, 2014
The last time anybody heard “The Animaniacs” on its regular television run was 1998, in the final year of its five-year run. Since then, the voice actors who provided the dulcet tones behind Wakko, Yakko and Dot Warner have not been heard together until now. Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell and Tress MacNeille will all reunite […]


Archer Vice – Arrivals/Departures – Season 5, Episode 13

by Alex Beanon April 22, 2014
Synopsis: The artists formerly known as ISIS seem to be on their way to becoming a full-fledged ISIS unit again while – more importantly – Lana finally has her baby and we find out the gender the name and the identity of the father. Details: The artists formerly known as ISIS are split up with […]

Disney’s Let It Go: The Complete Set Trailer

by Alex Beanon April 21, 2014
Disney has released “Let it Go: The Complete Set” – a recording of the Academy Award-winning song, “Let it Go” by Idina Menzel as sung in 25 different languages. In addition to the English version sung by Menzel, other versions are sung by Jalane Hu, Carmen Sarahi and Martina Stoessel. The multi-language compilation trailer features […]


Dark Horse Comics to Publish “Art of the Venture Bros” in October 2014

by Ed Liuon April 21, 2014
At WonderCon 2014, Dark Horse Comics confirmed rumors which surfaced back at San Diego Comic-Con 2013 with an announcement that The Art of the Venture Bros would be published and on sale on October 22, 2014. The large coffee-table art book will contain a wealth of information about the Adult Swim hit series, including “original […]

Cramming For Comic-Con 2014

by Alex Beanon April 21, 2014
It is never too early to prepare for Comic-Con and if you really want to know what makes the convention tick, then Ben Bolling and Dr. Matthew J. Smith are way ahead of you. They are the co-authors of the recently released [February 2014] book “It Happens at Comic-Con: Ethnographic Essays on a Pop Culture […]


Salma Hayek Joins Sausage Party

by Alex Beanon April 21, 2014
“Sausage Party” Seth Rogen’s upcoming R-rated animated film, has added another cast member to their shopping cart – Salma Hayek. Hayek joins an already star-studded cast that includes Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, James Franco and Michael Cera in the story of a sausage and other food items who have fallen out of their grocery store […]

X-Men’s Singer Pulled Out Of WonderCon Lineup

by Alex Beanon April 18, 2014
After news of a new sexual abuse lawsuit was brought against him this week, “X-Men: Days of Future Past” director Bryan Singer was pulled from this weekend’s WonderCon lineup in Anaheim [CA] promoting the upcoming film. Singer was named in a lawsuit brought by Michael Egan who alleged the abuse took place in 1998-99 when […]