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"Blue Gender Vol. 4": We're Off to Outer Space ...

Yuji Kaido was cryogenically frozen decades ago, only to wake up in a hellish future where giant bugs called “the Blue” have overrun the Earth. He was rescued by Marlene, a member of the Sleeper Recovery Squad, whose mission is to get Yuji, a “sleeper” with the genetic potential to save the world, to “Second […]

"Case Closed: Deadly Illusions" of Grandeur

On a vacation in the mountains, Conan, Rachel, and Detective Moore blow a tire and get lost in the woods. Finding a local temple, the gang meets the head of the house, who immediately attacks them, believing them to be press covering a murder that had occurred two years before in the temple. Turns out […]

"The Three Musketeers": All For One In One Good DVD

You know, for being Disney’s trademark characters, Mickey Mouse and friends sure don’t appear in many cartoons anymore. Aside from House of Mouse and its DTV, the gang is pretty much relegated to Disneyland. Well, that all changes now, as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy all come together for their very first feature-length film […]

Stimpy's Pregnant, and Births One Sick Little Monkey

Let us now say a brief, kind word about network censors. Not that I’m terribly fond of network censors as a breed; I’m not fond of plague-bearing rats, either. Still, they are a part of the cartoon ecosystem, and—circle of life, hakuna matata, whatever-hippy/dippy-Gaia-crap-you-choose—they have their role. Every once in awhile something they do rebounds […]

Make a Date with "Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi" Vol. 3!

Sasshi and Arumi are trapped in a set of dimensions parallel to their own, all of them apparently variations on Sasshi’s hobbies and dreams. With Arumi ready to get on home, the pair get separated when Arumi’s has too much of living in a dating sim. Can Sasshi’s newfound knowledge of Onmyou mysticism take the […]

"The Batman": Bland Beginnings For Awkward New Show

Warner Bros. hasn’t had a lot of luck translating its beloved comic book characters into other concepts. Most of its live action film franchises have been met with box office success but critical apathy—if they’re lucky. Its videogames, including Batman: Dark Tomorrow, Catwoman, and Batman Beyond: Return Of The Joker, are considered to be some […]

"The Batman": Oh God, the Pain

Toon Zone this week will run a series of reviews of The Batman, the new animated series from Kids WB and Warner Bros. Animation. The series premieres on Saturday, September 11, at 10:30am (ET). Let me say first: I wanted to like this show. The idea—a novice Batman fighting crime, a new focus on Bruce […]

"Kiddy Grade: The Present Future" Brings a Dark Past to Light

Eclair and Lumiere, ES Force Members of the Galactic Organization of Trade and Tariffs, go on missions across the galaxy and kick butt on every one. (Eclair’s the older one with lipstick-granted powers and Lumiere’s the child drunkard with a control of machines.) But when Eclair’s past literally comes back to haunt her, and the […]

Discover "The Secret Life of Jimmy Kudo" in Great Series

Jimmy Kudo is Tokyo’s super-sleuth, following in the steps of his hero, Sherlock Holmes. Believe it or not, Jimmy’s just a high school student. Well, he was. After he’s knocked out by two criminals and dosed with an experimental drug, can Jimmy save the day and solve the crime—as elementary school student Conan Edogawa? One […]

Low-Budget "New Cutey Honey" is Low-Brow Fun

In Cosplay City, monsters are running amuck. Can the power of the beautiful Cutey Honey defend the city, or will her constant outfit changes prove futile? ADV revives its New Cutey Honey release as part of the Essential Anime Collection with this two-disc set. Does Honey retain her youthful fun, or is the decade-old heroine […]

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