“Dragon Ball Super: Broly” proves that the series works as a show, but not a movie

For most of my life, I’ve been a massive “Dragon Ball” fan. “Dragon Ball Z” was my life when I was growing up. I must’ve watched it and rewatched it 3-4 times throughout, and I kept enjoying every minute of it. The characters are fantastic, but perhaps the most important part of it is how imaginative and crazy it is. It’s a show that merges … Continue reading “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” proves that the series works as a show, but not a movie

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Review

Recently on November 13, Square Enix published the newest game in the Kingdom Hearts franchise, Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory. And just like each game in this series, the combat is tweaked slightly. In the case of Melody of Memory, a rhythm-based aspect is put into place, making it one of the black sheep of the Kingdom Hearts series. Around a month ago, Square Enix … Continue reading Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Review

“Batman Ninja” is a fun concept overblown by excess and incoherence – Review

The title “Batman Ninja” tells you pretty much everything you need to know about the film you’re about to watch. In that sense, it more than delivers on its promise to have a Batman story set against the backdrop of Feudal Japan – even if the story is pretty generic. The animation and character design are very imaginative; and they flawlessly combine the Batman characters … Continue reading “Batman Ninja” is a fun concept overblown by excess and incoherence – Review

Top Five Best Studio Ghibli Films

To me, Hayao Miyazaki and his studio staff from Studio Ghibli have some of the best artist/storytellers in the entertainment business to date. If you closed your eyes and pick a random movie from his library, you will not be disappointed. From Ponyo, Porco Rosso, or Spirited Away to even the films he has not directed like Nausicaä, Only Yesturday, also Arrietty. Today we will … Continue reading Top Five Best Studio Ghibli Films

Tower of God Episode 7 “Lunch and Tag” Recap and Review

WEDNESDAYS ARE MY NEW FAVORITE DAY OF THE WEEK! Warning: Spoilers for Episode 7 ahead Okay not really, but there’s another reason to look forward to hump day. New episodes of Tower of God come out every Wednesday on Crunchyroll. This week, episode 7 dropped, titled Lunch and Tag. While this time we see some filler, there’s a lot of goodies in this episode. We open … Continue reading Tower of God Episode 7 “Lunch and Tag” Recap and Review

HBO Max Announces Launch Date Crunchyroll Anime Library

HBO Max is on the way with a lot of great offers coming with it. A few goodies include Friends, Game of Thrones, New Looney Tunes, and today HBO announced what Crunchyroll anime would debut on the drop date on May 27th. HBO released a press release with the full list. Kevin Reilly, Chief Content Officer, HBO Max, President, TNT, TBS, and truTV celebrated the occasion, saying “This … Continue reading HBO Max Announces Launch Date Crunchyroll Anime Library

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Five Anime Released in 2019 to Binge During Quarantine

This year has been a tough year so far for everyone, including the entertainment industry. Delay after delay, from the most popular shows such as One Piece, Sword Art Online, Fate Stay Night, and more. With that said, the most important thing is to stay safe, and that includes the workers that give us great entertainment. Anyway, today, I will be talking about five anime … Continue reading Five Anime Released in 2019 to Binge During Quarantine