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Friday, 30 December 2016 17:45
As a new year comes, we can always count a new year of entertainment awesomeness to look forward to, whether it be in comics, film, television, novels, video games, etc. Japanese animation, for one, is never without any awesomeness to offer in any season of any year (though viewers' tastes do vary), and unlike American animation, it is never seems to be short in brining out content with attractive female characters we can actually admire in each year of new premiers and releases as there is always an animated series or film from Japan to feature to offer such, not that we will watch everything out there (that's impossible). Read more...
Published in Toons & Anime
Wednesday, 14 December 2016 13:35
Recently, word came out that Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans and Jojo's Bizarre Adventure (an action animated television series that I have never seen) got included in The New York Times' list of the 10 best television shows to air on Saturdays in America for 2016 with the superhero anime T.V. series My Hero Academia being in the same magazine's list of the 10 best international television programs of 2016. To be honest, hearing this news left me with mixed feelings; while I'm happy to hear of their the mainstream status as well as the honor they recently received, part of me fears it may lead to an increase in viewers who deem the trend of American screen production versions of anime/manga properties (both live-action and animated kinds) as redundant with a number of them likely to end up trying to push the American media into abandoning it altogether, especially when some are likely taking the recent news as a sign that Japanese animation is now a mainstream deal in North America. Read more...
Published in Toons & Anime
Sunday, 01 March 2015 07:46
Wonder-Woman-044When we think International Women's Day (or simply "women's day"), we think of it as a March holiday honoring the women in our lives whether it be family members, friends, co-workers, etc. For us genre fans, women's day is more than just that as it is also our way of celebrating our love for our favorite female characters from fiction (especially the sci-fi, fantasy, and horror kinds of fiction), whether it be film, television, comic books, novels, or even video games. There is no doubt that throughout the history of storytelling, the world has been introduced to a huge variety of beloved female characters from fiction, not just heroines but also villainesses (no offense). Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
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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