"Dragonball Z: Super Android 13!" Doesn’t Quite "Git ‘R Done"!

by Chad Boninon April 15, 2006
Enjoying their peace from the fighting that always comes to the Z Warriors (Earth’s Special Forces), Goku, family and friends have decided to take a relaxing trip to the mall. Buy some clothes, check out the babes; the only fighting is Chi Chi over the deals. When an android menace starts to ravage the town, […]

"Robot Chicken Season One" Who Poop Last!?

by Chad Boninon April 13, 2006
What happens when the chicken crosses the road? He’s run over, turned into a cyborg by the local mad scientist and forced to channel flip through television for the rest of his life. But it’s not our TV he’s watching. We don’t have shows such as “The Real World: Metropolis,” “Who Poop Last?” and episodes […]

Someday’s Dreamers Volume 2: It’s The "Power Of Love"!

by Chad Boninon April 9, 2006
Yume’s the newest apprentice mage in town. Mind you, this is a Japan where mages, those born with magic powers available to them, work side by side with the Government. Licensed mages work alongside firefighters, police, and even have their own Bureau that can be called upon to perform miracles. Yume is being trained alongside […]


by Chad Boninon April 8, 2006
The Danger Service Agency will take on any task, for a price. Throughout their odd jobs, they seem to have made a certain enemy, one voted in by the public of Japan. To find out what a haircutting hellion, a stone cold slaughterer, and a pop-idol have against the DSA, read on. Plus, mummies, a […]

"Devil Hunter Yohko: The Complete Collection Vol. 2" Ah, the logic of Twin Cousins

by Chad Boninon April 6, 2006
Yohko Mano is Japan’s equivalent of Buffy The Vampire Slayer; a young girl begrudgingly given the task of defending the earth (more specifically, their home town… you never really saw Buffy go too far from Sunnydale) from demons and derelicts. Yohko’s a real girl, one who swears, has hormones, and would rather track down the […]

Incredible Ink: The Te Wei 90th Birthday Collector’s Edition DVD

by Ed Liuon April 4, 2006
China may manufacture and export many things in an increasingly globalized world, but animation does not seem to be one of them. Japanese animation is a well-known quantity, and Korea is growing as an animation outsourcing destination and for a growing amount of original content. However, China’s modern animation industry seems to be rather moribund, […]

Ice Age: The Meltdown (or, How Scrat Got His Acorn Back)

by Dr. Daedaluson April 2, 2006
The original Ice Age was directed by both Chris Wedge and Carlos Saldanha. For the sequel, Saldanha is the solo director. There was some concern about that, whether he could fill Wedge’s shoes, but also with the female mammoth that accompanies Manny, Diego, and Sid. Would she be a unique character, or just a carbon […]

"G-Saviour" We’ve Got Movie Sign!!

by Grant Whiteon April 2, 2006
Say what you will about Japan, but they sure know how to throw a party. 1999 was the 20th anniversary of Sunrise/Bandai’s popular Mobile Suit Gundam franchise and much fanfare was made, the centerpiece being Yoshiyuki Tomino’s return to the director helm with his anniversary series Turn A Gundam. But in the shadows, away from […]

"Someday’s Dreamers": The "Magical Dreamer"’s Magical Source Ain’t The Mystic Force!

by Chad Boninon March 26, 2006
In modern day Japan, Yume Kikuchi, a teenager from the countryside with the slightly unique ability to work magic, must prove herself worthy of becoming a Mage. To do this she must train under an established Mage and only use magic when requested and approved or risk becoming a “Stray”, a magic user who doesn’t […]

"Mezzo" Vol. 2: Maybe I Could Get A Robot Girlfriend

by Chad Boninon March 25, 2006
Need a job done? If it requires ballistics and a babe, the Danger Service Agency is at your employ. Covergirl Mikura, along with hardware Harada and kitchen Kurokawa, will do any job for the right money. Add in the incredibly shy and young Asami, and you’ve also got the most disfunctional family this side of […]