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Review: "Ikki Tousen" Great Guardians & Xtreme Xecutor - Rip-Off Artists

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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 […]

Review: "Dragon Ball Z: Rock The Dragon" Is the Home for Infinite Losers (plus, Season 1 and 2 Blu-rays)

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Did you ever rock the dragon? Nearly two decades ago, Dragon Ball Z made its first splash on American shores in syndication, soon followed by its legendary Toonami run. Dragon Ball Z‘s first 53 episodes might have been a bit rocky in comparison to modern anime dubbing practices. The soundtrack was replaced, character names were […]

Review: "Pound Puppies: A Perfect Match" - Bring These Puppies Home

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I’ve said before that I think the Hub’s Pound Puppies is one of their most under-recognized shows. It’s every bit as good as the more renowned My Little Pony Friendship is Magic, possessing the same charm and wit but with a more gender neutral slant. Like My Little Pony Friendship is Magic, Pound Puppies is […]

Review: "Future Diary" Complete Series - Bloody Awful

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If there is one thing I can give The Future Diary credit for, it is being memorable. Unfortunately, I can only call it memorable for the wrong reasons in almost all cases, as the series wound up becoming a incoherent mess. The Future Diary was once better known as its Japanese title, Mirai Nikki, for a […]

Review: "Clarence" Gets Off to a Pleasant Start

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With such series as Adventure Time, Regular Show, The Amazing World of Gumball and Teen Titans Go!, Cartoon Network’s successful comedy lineup has been largely powered by eccentricity and fantastical things in recent years. Skyler Page’s new series Clarence is a more modest affair, taking a bet that a series that’s more down to earth […]

Review: "Wrinkles (UK Theatrical Release)": Speaks To All Ages

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I’ll be completely honest, I love doing reviews for this site and in general I’m optimistic about what’s next in life. But there’s a factor everyone alive today has to live with and that is that life is finite. This is something that is creepy as a child, but the older one gets the more […]

Review: "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" Blu-ray Shines Bright

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Green Lantern: The Animated Series is far from the first time DC’s legion of intergalactic cops has come to life in animation, but it is most definitely the best. This is a series that mixes established lore with its own originality to present its subject in a way that can satisfy committed fans and entertain newcomers. […]

Review: "One Piece Strong World" - Rumble in the Jungle

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Yes, I’m reviewing anime again. Yes, I’m reviewing One Piece: Strong World. No, I’m not Jacob. No, I haven’t seen the majority of One Piece episodes. But that shouldn’t matter; a movie should be able to stand on its own and not rely on the viewer’s knowledge of the series on which it was based. […]

Review: "The Pirate Fairy" Charts a Course for Adventure

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While watching Disney’s The Pirate Fairy, it struck me that the Tinker Bell franchise was My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic before there was My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. They’re films that aim squarely at young girls as their target demographic, but they’re done with so much skill and charm that the boys who […]

Review: "OniAi" Not The Series Of Brotherly Love

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It’s been a few years since you lived with your sister, but now you’re both under the same roof. Three additional girls have joined you as you repair this dorm, and you all are part of the local school’s Student Council. With all the girls chasing after you (including your sister), how can you hope […]

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