Something I really dig is cartoons, and animation in general. There’s just so much more you can do with a piece of animation then you could with a high-budget film, television show, or comic book. Animation is a very difficult medium to break into, especially due to how bad a lot of animators get treated. … More My Favorite Cartoon of All Time: Cybersix
There are many mysterious wonders that circulate this wide wacky world we occupy. Bigfoot, the Ogopogo, and the Jackalope are just a few of these legends. However, a mystery that often permeates the mind of a typical person is: What is a comic book convention like? After all, not everyone has the time, interest, or … More A Nerd’s Eye-View of Sask Expo 2017
When looking back at previous parts of history that you weren’t born in, you sometimes realize that past decades can be home to some awesome things. The 80s brought us classics like Tron, Ghostbusters, Thundercats, among many other TV shows and franchises. For every big hit, there is always a small wonder. There is nothing … More A Forgotten 80s Classic: Sherlock Hound
Remember Heroman? I remember Heroman, that show was my jam! Stan Lee worked together with the amazing people over at Studio Bones to produce a rather interesting multimedia franchise. Heroman was both a manga and anime series that combined elements of Shonen action anime with American superhero comic books. The result was what I could … More How Stan Lee’s “The Reflection” Lost Me
If there’s something I love, it’s side-quests. I stated in an earlier post that I really dig filler, pretty much any kind of filler. Most video-games have filler in the form of “Side-Quests”, little side activities that you can do on the side and have some fun with. When it comes to games with … More Which Elder Scrolls Has The Best Side-Quests?
Yep, I’m talking about Dragon Ball again! Believe it or not, I’ve found myself quite enjoying the newer incarnations of the franchise. Recent Dragon Ball games have been far better than they were in the past. On top of this, the Dragon Ball Super TV series has gotten good after the past months! Despite this, … More Dragon Ball: A Legacy of Wasted Characters
A good anime is like a good sandwich, the bread is just important as the filler that’s inside it. Anime filler has pretty much become a tradition at this point, almost every anime has filler of some sort. What is filler, though? Unlike filler from Western TV shows, anime filler is different. Filler by nature … More Personal Thoughts: How To Do Anime Filler Right
I’m sometimes surprised by the kind of shows that stay relevant over the years. A good example of this is Samurai Jack, a show that was off the air for 13 years. When it did come back with a fifth season, it was applauded and received many accolades for its storytelling. Despite this, there was … More The Tick’s Great Super-Power: Relevancy
So, a couple days ago it was announced that Samurai Jack would be getting a theatrical presentation. The series revolved around a nameless samurai who was thrown forwards in time to the future, where the demon Aku had seized control. For the longest time, we were told that the series would end with Samurai Jack … More Samurai Jack In Theaters?!
One statement I often hear is “This anime is so weird!” It’s not an uncommon statement, as most anime is often geared towards an entirely different audience. While it’s true that a fair bit of anime can be considered “weird” to an American audience, I doubt those very same people ever watched Spider Riders. What … More Weirdest Anime I’ve Ever Seen: Spider Riders