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Thursday, 22 September 2016 21:00
I do not know how many of you are keeping up to date on what is going on with the U.S. film and television industry in regards to its upcoming manga/anime-based films, but it is official that Warner Bros.' live-action webmovie re-interpretation of the internationally famous Japanese horror comic book serial Death Note will tell the muderous-magic book tale at an R-rated level (with the director teasing that R-rated depictions of nudity and coarse language will be included), a creative decision that appeared to have caused a division of the Death Note fanbase to take place in terms of whether or not to approve of the matter with some already arguing on online forums that such a decision will mean the risk of the America-based studio itself going too far in its attempt to create a Death Note story meant specially for America-based adult viewers who are not into either Japanese animation or Japanese comics. To be honest, while I'm not sure about the nudity part, considering the unfriendly human environment in the animated television series adaptation of the comic book serial, I can see this movie working out well as long as the physcological focus on the killer mindsets (including that of the protagonist) within the story is maintained. Read more...
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Wednesday, 06 April 2016 12:52
Just recently, Warner Bros. And DC Entertainment released the controversial superhero film Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, which marked the first time in the history of live-action screen productions that Superman and Batman appear together in the same production. While I have not yet seen this duel-themed film, it still remains in my "must-see" list of movies as I remain curious about how far each of these two famous superheroes would go to defeat the other. A coincidence about Batman v. Superman's release is that it happened in the same screen season when WrestleMania 32 took place (it aired on PPV by the way) and when another versus-themed movie Justice League vs. Teen Titans got released. It looks like we are in a major season of versus mania on both big and small screens, and there is no doubt that it will continue with the release of Captain America: Civil War, which will see Captain America battling Iron Man. Read more...
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Sunday, 05 January 2014 14:14
shredderWhen the news broke of the sudden passing of the actor James Avery, it sort of shocked me that so many people of course recognized him as Uncle Phil from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, but so many people weren’t aware that Avery also voiced The Shredder in the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon series. Personally, it wasn’t something I had to be told, I was an avid viewer of both shows and I simply recognized his voice (like I did many voices in cartoons) and believed most people had that same ability! Okay, I realize not everybody has my uncanny powers. So, allow The Bleeder King drop some knowledge! Voice acting is probably one of the coolest jobs in the world, and in tribute to Mr. Avery, this week The Bleed will take a look at some of the most vile cartoon villains of all time and the very talented voice actors behind them! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Sunday, 24 March 2013 15:35
he-manThere was one point in time when every young person would wake up early on Saturday morning and plop themselves down for about 5 hours of non-stop cartoon chaos! Yeah, I’m talking about Saturday morning cartoons, and at one time every major North American television station would air them (keep in mind this was before any channel completely dedicated to cartoons existed). If you didn’t like the cartoon that came up after the one you were watching, you could just switch over to the next station and you would eventually find one to your liking. And it wasn’t just this way on Saturday morning, this same format would occur with syndicated cartoons on weekday afternoons, called Afterschool Cartoons. Read more...
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