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Moho 12 Animation Software, Formerly Anime Studio, Now Available

by Eileen Cruzon August 10, 2016
Smith Micro released the latest version of their animation creation software, Moho 12, today. Moho 12, formerly Anime Studio, is available in Debut and Pro versions. Debut allows aspiring animators to test the waters without making a significant financial investment. Pro is the contains additional features not available in Debut that increase function and workflow speed for […]

SDCC 2016: Breaking News On Daredevil, Luke Cage And The Defenders

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2016
The Marvel Television panel at SDCC brought many presents for the fans. First thing, Daredevil has been officially renewed for Season 3. We all knew it would happen, and it has. They moved on to the first big trailer for Luke Cage, featuring all new clips from the upcoming series. Watching it, you may wonder: […]

CN UK & Machinima Host “Adventure Time: Card Wars” Livestream Tonight

by Grant Whiteon July 15, 2016
Cartoon Network UK have partnered with Machinima to present a special ‘Let’s Play Flooping Card Wars!’ tournament to promote the upcoming Adventure Time Card Wars Kingdom app, tonight at 8pm UK time. Running until 9:30pm, the tournament will see Machinima gamers ChimneySwift11, JeromeASE, CavemanFilms and TJ Smith Gaming face off in hopes of taking the Card Wars Kingdom […]

Review: “Gonna Be the Twin-Tail!” Complete Series – Transgender Dysphoria Fun

by macattackon July 14, 2016
Ah, the gender bender anime. Every couple of years there seems to be an entry into this sub-genre of Japanese animation, popularized in the 90’s by the classic series Ranma 1/2. Now it is Gonna Be The Twin-Tail‘s turn to pick up the torch and see what entertainment value is left to be mined from this […]

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 […]

Archer Passes The Turing Test – FX Renews For Three More Seasons

by Alex Beanon June 21, 2016
It is official – FX has renewed Archer for three more seasons – so that will give them plenty of time to clear up that minor technicality of Archer apparently being dead at the conclusion of the seventh season earlier this month. While Archer enjoyed a 10-episode season this year, the next three seasons – […]

Steven Universe Alone Together

Why ‘Steven Universe’ Is The Anti-SJW Show

by Grant Whiteon June 21, 2016
Steven Universe is one of the current hits of the Cartoon Network schedule. Created by Rebecca Sugar, formerly of CN sibling hit Adventure Time, the show focuses on the titular lad as he grows up in the seaside American town of Beach City. Steven happens to be a hybrid, with his father, Greg Universe, being […]
Rick and Morty Season 2

Review: “Rick and Morty” Season Two Blu-ray Is Squanching Fantastic!

by Neo Yion June 6, 2016
Rick and Morty manages to pull in more content in twenty-one episodes than most other shows can manage in a multi-season lifespan. Its comical deconstruction of the sci-fi genre is delightfully tongue-in-cheek and cleverly demented. In its first season, the kid-with-a-mentor story trope took  firm bunt to the head, analyzing the whimsical, fun-filled adventures as […]

Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con May 2016 – Tamashii Nations / Bandai UK Booth Images

by Grant Whiteon June 1, 2016
Bandai have become a recurring staple of MCM London, with toy collectors like myself serviced by the existing UK branch offering collector items from the ever popular Power Rangers in addition to Banpresto while Tamashii Nations offer a range of figurines and accessories from their namesake in Japan. Although previously we’d seen a push for […]

Amazon’s New Pilot Season Debuts June 17, 2016

by Ed Liuon May 31, 2016
Amazon’s New Pilot Season, Featuring Award-Winning and Acclaimed Roster of Talent, Debuts June 17 on Amazon Video Shows feature notable talent, including Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer, Lauren Ambrose, David Krumholtz, Jessica Pare, David Arquette, Thomas Lennon, Zoe Kravitz, Michael Pena and Erik Griffin SEATTLE—May 26, 2016—(NASDAQ: AMZN)— Amazon today announced the lineup for its next […]