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Friday, 27 January 2017 15:24
A time ago, I took the time to get you readers excited for 2017 by revealing a number of female-led anime coming out in the winter anime season of the year, which already started. Hopefully, you are finding what you anticipated to see. Well, enough of anime. It is time to turn our attention to American science-fiction. No year of entertainment is ever exciting without anything to offer from one of the greatest genres in all media. This year however, the fun begins in February, thus my reason for not starting this a few weeks ago. So without further ado, I reveal in what will be my final column for ENR, 12 things from American sci-fi that are bound to make 2017 super for all you genre fans out there. So buckle up and enjoy the ride. Engage! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Sunday, 25 September 2016 15:50
As of September 8th 2016, the sci-fi show Star Trek celebrated its 50th anniversary! Captain Kirk, "Bones" McCoy and especially Mr. Spock are familiar figures even to people who do not like science fiction, nor have even seen a single episode of the show. I was one of those poor unfortunates for all of my childhood and much of my adult life (it is not my fault. Star Trek, for some unfathomable reason, was never shown in my area. The show was one of three classic TV series that I NEVER saw an episode of until I was an adult). Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Sunday, 12 October 2014 13:11
Gundam_Reconguista_in_G_PosterI had fun writing my retrospective on Mobile Suit Gundam Seed and as the year of Gundam’s 35th anniversary continues, I have been getting hungry for more Gundam excitement in terms of not only in terms of looking for updates on the latest in merchandise goods (example: plastic model kits by Japanese toy company Bandai), but also trying to find out exactly what websites will stream the latest in Gundam anime for legal and free access by viewers. Anyway, Sunrise, the studio behind the various Gundam anime, so far promised three things to launch during the year: the Gundam parody series Mobile Suit Gundam-San (which premiered a few months back), Gundam Build Fighters Try (actually season 2 of 2013’s Gundam Build Fighters, launched on October 8), and Gundam Reconguista in G (premiered on October 2 and alternately known as “G-Reco”). As for me, I wanted to start with Gundam Reconguista in G as I wanted to revisit the fictional universe that started the whole franchise (that of 1979’s Mobile Suit Gundam) to see its next era of mobile suits, and I wanted to see what Mobile Suit Gundam creator and director Yoshiyuki Tomino (the writer and director of this new series) had to deliver story wise as this new series is the first Gundam television series to be produced with his involvement included in years (the last one he worked on was 1999’s Turn A Gundam, in case some of you are new to watching Gundam). Now, on to the review of the series’ first two episodes, which were released on the same day. Read more...
Published in Toons & Anime
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, 10 March 2013 15:29
By Dave Michaels (FPB)   Age_of_Ultron_Vol_1_1_Djurdjevic_Variant_TextlessAs we all know (well, those of us that follow comics), the heroes of the Marvel Universe have found themselves in the Age of Ultron, a world where an evil A.I. has taken over the world and reshaped it in its own image. And as we embark on Marvel’s version of the robot apocalypse (which you can follow in my review column, Bloody plug!), I sit and think...could something like that actually happen?! How close are we to generally screwing up our cushy life using all these machines for tweets, status updates, texts, playing games and watching porn? I mean, we haven't been very kind to technology lately, have we? We trade in our devices and appliances literally every two years these days...not even always because they stop working properly...we usually trade them in just because the new version is out or they just become out of date. We THINK we aren't hurting anyone's feelings...but maybe we are! Read more...
Tuesday, 23 October 2012 12:05
sanXuary | I finished the last of my DC #0 issues a couple nights ago. Teen Titans #0 aside from the name had very few Titans in it. Despite having Robin, Bunker, and Skitter, on the cover, the story was Red Robin's origin story. Which I would not have had a problem with if it was not labeled Teen Titans #0. The story makes some pretty big changes in Tim Drake's origin. The biggest being he was never Robin. He just magically became Red Robin. Read more...
Published in DC Comics
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