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Monday, 12 June 2017 12:56
The world is less fun today. Adam West, TV's Batman has died. He passed Friday, June 9th, 2017. I have written a full bio for Adam West before, so I will give only the more salient facts here. Adam West was born on September 19th, 1928 in Walla Walla Washington. West was drafted into the Unite States Army, where he served as an announcer on Armed Forces Network Television. Read more...
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Saturday, 10 June 2017 13:02
ENR is saddened to announce the death of one of TV's iconic stars and arguably the most recognizable actor to ever don the cape and cowl of Batman, Adam West. He was 88. It is reported that Mr. West died peacefully alongside his family after a short battle with leukemia.  Read more...
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Tuesday, 12 July 2016 16:12
Here we are again! It's another year and another Montreal Comiccon! The one weekend of the year where I, your Bleeder King, join my fellow fanboys, geek girls and genre aficionados in my hometown gather together and revel in what makes us awesome! This year is my 5th annual time at the event, so it's quite special! As always I will bring you some of the coolest interviews (I MEAN COOL....I'M NOT KIDDING!) and experiences in the coming weeks! But first, as always, I bring my collection of the finest cosplays I ran into at the con. Everything from comics, to video games to movies were represented and this year I must say, Montreal upped its game with cosplays that were just unbelievable!! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Friday, 25 September 2015 14:42
A voice replies with the enthusiasm of youth. "Atomic batteries to power!! Turbines to speed!!" and a confident response: "Roger! Ready to move out!" Adam West was born William West Anderson on September 19th, 1928 in Walla Walla Washington. His parents were Otto West Anderson and Audrey V. Speer. West's paternal grandparents were Swedish. West attended Walla Walla High School for his freshman and sophomore years, before enrolling in Seattle's Lakeside School. West went to Whitman College in Walla Walla where he earned both a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Literature and a minor in Psychology. West was a member of the Gamma Zeta Chapter of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity, and participated in the Speech and Debate teams. Read more...
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Monday, 08 June 2015 16:49
One of the wonders of fiction when it comes to storytelling that it shows us, the audiences, things we wish could exist in the real world but does not and never will. Although there are unreal things we wouldn't want to exist in our world, we always think of fiction as an escape from reality, which is actually its essence. Sometimes, we find ourselves wishing we could live in the universes of our favorite works of fiction, and that I say is okay because let's face it, fictional characters live in what goes beyond the limits of where we exist in, and sometimes, the real world can seem like a more dull and unpleasant place than the unreal worlds we explore ourselves through consumption of film, radio serials, television, novels, stage plays, and even video games. Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 15:00
One of the things that has always made wrestling events (including of course the televised kind) fun is that there are no rules on how fighters are to fight, and the same can be said about video games where players play fictional characters battling it out with each other. And, do you remember the clay animation sitcom Celebrity Deathmatch, where fictional versions of real-world celebrities take part in deadly wrestling matches in a battle arena? I am sure some of you do remember watching it on MTV2, and I know I saw some episodes. Read more...
Published in Toons & Anime
Monday, 06 April 2015 11:08
I don't know how many of you saw the television special The Comedy Central of Justin Bieber on March 30, but for those of you who did, I am sure you have some good laughs from the comedic comments the guests were making about the famous Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber, and I know I laughed. For those of you who never saw or heard of a roast, it usually goes like this: people celebrate the life of a celebrity by poking fun at certain aspects of the celeb himself or herself in a way that refers the audience to what is true about that celeb.  You know, satire. Anyway, after watching the Bieber roast, I have been thinking about what fictional characters in comic books and cartoons I would like to see get roasted and the kinds of funny comments I would want to make if I was meet face to face with them.  Now, before I reveal the characters I would want to roast and what roast comments I would say to each, be warned that this feature at ENR may contain content some readers may find offensive, so READER DISCRETION IS STRONGLY ADVISED. Read more...
Published in Toons & Anime
Wednesday, 04 February 2015 10:33
When people think Valentine's Day, the one word that comes into mind is "romance" or even "love". Anyway, I am not a fan of romance genre of any entertainment medium. Nor am I the kind of person to celebrate Valentine's Day except for the part where I like to eat Valentine's candies (as long as they are nut free of course). But since Valentine's Day is nearing, I decided to present a fun feature to coincide with the countdown to this special love day. Over the years, both comic books and animation have featured a huge variety of love couples, whether it be married couples or premarital ones. As I look back, thinking about which few are the best to appear in comics and cartoons up to date is not an easy task, but through examining the characteristics that make each special, I manage to build a small list of the best love couples comics and cartoons have to feature. 1) Lupin III and Fujiko Mine1) Arsene "The Wolf" Lupin III and Fujiko Mine (Lupin III) This love couple is indeed a funny one. While the gentleman thief Arsene Lupin III is the kind of guy who will do anything the woman in his heart, Fujiko Mine often plays the gal putting the man of her affections (and his heist partners gunman Daisuke Jigen and swordsman Goemon Ishikawa XIII) in danger in attempt to accomplish heist goals (including ones to defeat a particular enemy). Luckily for Fujiko, the thrills of heist and danger are what keep she and Lupin a couple that never ceases to amaze each other, not even throughout many years worth of animated adventures. Read more...
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