Chad Stahelski Wants to ‘Push the Color Palette’ in Ghost of Tsushima Movie

From John Wick To Ghost Of Tsushima Ghost of Tsushima is a highly acclaimed action-adventure video game developed by Sucker Punch Productions. It was released in 2020 and has been praised for its visuals and storytelling. Now, we may get to see it come to life on the big screen! Director Chad Stahelski (John Wick […]

Goodbye Ash Ketchum

Goodbye Ash Ketchum

Ash Ketchum has been the cornerstone of Pokemon for over two decades. From his first appearance in 1996, he has captured the hearts and minds of Pokifans everywhere. He symbolizes courage, strength, and resilience—a hero for the ages. But now it’s time to say goodbye. After 22 years on our screens, Ash will retire from […]

An Exploration into Junji Ito

Welcome Back, Readers! This time we delve into a manga! Yes, the pages of one of the greatest horror writers of the era. Junji Ito. Junji Ito The Master For horror aficionados, Junji Ito is a household name. This masterful manga artist has created some of the most spine-chilling stories and artwork ever seen in […]

Get Ready to Fly with Max Fleischer’s Superman Cartoons!

Weclome Back, Readers! We are back, and one of my favorite Superman cartoons has finally arrived on Blu-ray & VOD. The Man Of Steel Returns The Man of Steel is back and ready to soar across your TV screens in stunning HD. Warner Bros. Discovery has remastered Max Fleischer’s iconic animated Superman short film series […]

The Next Generation of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Has Arrived

Odyn, Yi, Moja and Uno

The adventures of Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo may have come to an end in TMNT: The Last Ronin, but their successors are ready to take centrestage. Meet Odyn, Yi, Moja and Uno – the four baby turtles that have been introduced in the first issue of TMNT: The Last Ronin – The Lost Years. […]

Justin Roiland No Longer Associated with Rick and Morty

Fans of the hit show, Rick and Morty, were stunned today to learn that the show’s co-creator, Justin Roiland, is no longer associated with Adult Swim. The show will continue on, with Dan Harmon remaining as sole creator through season 10. The major change to the show is that the main characters, which had been […]

Paranoia Agent: A Must-Watch!

An English dub of Paranoia Agent began airing in the U.S. on Adult Swim on May 29, 2005, It was the first mystery-style Anime I ever had the good fortune of watching, and I was blown away. The story, the style, and the way each episode belongs to a new character, some of who were side characters […]

The X-Men’s Greatest Enemy

The X-Men have faced a lot of enemies, both in the comics and on the big screen. But some of their most heartbreaking losses have come from within. Betrayals by those closest to them have been an ongoing theme throughout the series, and they’ve had to grapple with not only their own broken trust, but […]

The First Slam Dunk: Ranking Up the Sports Anime Genre

the first slam dunk sports anime

Are you a fan of sports anime? Boy, do I have a show for you! The First Slam Dunk is an anime series that was released in 1994, and it’s the perfect way to get your fill of basketball action. It’s exciting and dramatic, but also funny and lighthearted. Plus, it gives us a great look at how sports anime became so popular in the first place. Let’s dive into this classic series and figure out what makes it so beloved.