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Sailor Moon SuperS

SDCC 2017: Chris Niosi to Voice Pegasus in “Sailor Moon SuperS”

by Ed Liuon July 23, 2017
At their Sailor Moon panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2017, VIZ Media announced that Chris Niosi will voice Pegasus in the upcoming English dub of Sailor Moon SuperS. Stay tuned for Toonzone’s full coverage of the panel, coming soon!
Sailor Moon R: The Movie

Review: “Sailor Moon R: The Movie” The Promise of the Rose, or Wilted Garbage?

by Chad Boninon May 26, 2017
When an apparently innocuous asteroid passes near Earth’s orbit, nobody fears anything out of the ordinary… except the Sailor Guardians! Infested with a particularly virulent sentient space weed, Sailor Moon and her team will have to defend their home with the power of love and justice. The enemy sending these threats is Fiore, but is […]

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Sailor Moon Is Coming To Anime NYC

by Peter Paltridgeon May 22, 2017
EDITOR’S NOTE: The original article stated incorrect information based on the following text from the below official press release, “VIZ Media is proudly releasing the original Sailor Moon anime uncut for the first time and the all-new series Sailor Moon Crystal to North American fans.” While this is information directly from the 5/22/2017 press release, […]
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Viz Media Will Show Off A Live-Action “Death Note” This Summer

by Peter Paltridgeon May 22, 2017
Viz Media’s booth at the 2017 Licensing Expo will be highlighting the various properties they own the US licenses for — Jojo, Hunter Hunter, all things Naruto — but their big presentation this year will be the live-action adaption of Death Note, set to premiere on Netflix this summer. For the uninitiated, Death Note follows […]

One-Punch Man

Review: “One-Punch Man” – Superman as the Salaryman

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison May 22, 2017
Superhero stories are dime a dozen in our media landscape today, but few if any tackle the genre with a perfect balance of penetrating satire and loving tribute the way One-Punch Man does. In a genre where physical feats or high ideals (or the lack of the latter) so often take center stage, here we […]
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“One Punch Man” Has Arrived On Blu-ray

by Peter Paltridgeon April 27, 2017
Saitama is a superhero who trained so hard and perfected his body so well that he can now defeat any enemy with just one punch — becoming ONE PUNCH MAN. As he quickly finds out, though, life becomes boring and predictable when there are no challenges left. He now greets every situation with a deadpan […]

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New Pokemon Adventures Coming From Viz

by Peter Paltridgeon August 30, 2016
Viz Media, longtime publishers of the Pokemon manga, are bringing two new books to market this fall. The first is a sequel to the Ruby and Sapphire adaption manga, featuring the return of Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald as they attempt to save the world from an oncoming meteor. There’s also the Pokemon Pocket Comics Box […]

Review: “Naruto Shippuden” Set 26 – Canonically Decent

by macattackon July 7, 2016
The anime adaptation of Naruto Shippuden has been a bumpy ride for the last couple of boxsets, with the series mired in a dirge of random mix of filler and poorly paced canon episodes, often with poor animation. The final episode of Boxset 25 kicked everything into high gear with a frankly incredible episode that had […]

Naruto Shippuden Set 24 and 25

Review: “Naruto Shippuden” Set 24 & 25 – Zombie Apocalypse

by macattackon February 19, 2016
After the exciting divergence in Set 23 with the “Power” mini-arc, Naruto Shippuden returns to the regular state of things with the Fourth Shinobi World War. And, unfortunately, the same rambling tedium that has haunted this show since the beginning of the arc continues through Set 24 and into Set 25. The animation is an immediate […]
Naruto Shippuden 23

Review: “Naruto Shippuden” Set 23 – The Allure of Power

by macattackon January 19, 2016
Naruto Shippuden‘s quality has been slipping for the last couple of DVD volumes, but the series aims to pick it up in a big way in this set. The fan-favorite original arc “Power” is included on here in full. Does it add the urgency and power that has been missing from Shippuden for the last 20 […]