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Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 4 Trailer Brings the Razzle-Dazzle

Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 4 Trailer Brings the Razzle-Dazzle

Animation, Anime, Movies & TV, News, Video Update
Voltron: Legendary Defender returns with a brand new season, ready to wow us with more great characters, slick animation, and action-packed space adventure. It's everything you'd want from a show about a team of heroes piloting super robots to defend the innocent against a monstrous enemy. Other properties should be taking notes. This is how it's done. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtGxLvrMGbo It's officially called the fourth season, but let's be honest. It's the second half of a season that began just a few months ago. As long as they continue to deliver on the thrills, the laughs, and the beautiful visuals, they can call it season 99 for all we care. Voltron: Legendary Defender returns October 13 on Netflix.  
China’s Fake Ultraman: The Real-Life Supervillain

China’s Fake Ultraman: The Real-Life Supervillain

Animation, Anime, Articles, Blog, Movies & TV, News, Toku, Ultraman, Uncategorized
It's been a strange few years for the Ultraman franchise. First hitting the airwaves in 1966, Tsuburaya Productions' red-and-silver hero captivated audiences year after year, raising a legacy that endures to this day. But in the interim, their enterprise was beset with legal troubles and financial woes that threatened its livelihood and left its future in international waters uncertain. And so we come to today, where an unauthorized creation based upon a stolen brand is being advertised to the masses, setting a grim precedent for the Ultraman property going forward. The title's current standing is merely the end result of a lengthy gauntlet of court battles dating back as early as the mid-1990s, in which two-time Thai collaborator Sompote Saengduenchai (The 6 Ultra-Brothers vs. The Mo...
Death Note: Netflix is Taking Names (And Brain Cells) In Latest Thriller

Death Note: Netflix is Taking Names (And Brain Cells) In Latest Thriller

Animation, Anime, Articles, Blog, Books, Comics, Movies & TV, Reviews, Uncategorized
  Well, they finally did it. An American adaptation of Death Note, one of the most beloved anime and manga titles to come out of Japan this side of the 21st century. It was only a matter of time before Tsugumi Ohba's harrowing psychological mind-screw was given the remake treatment by the good ole U.S. of A. And, despite the snarky title for this review, and the tidal wave of negativity sweeping the interwebs over this film, I find that it may not quite be the trainwreck some of its more vocal detractors insist it is. But, before my name ends up in the pages of a dark notebook in a shadowy room somewhere, let's just say that it's not a masterpiece either. Contrary to the gospel of the surging masses, the truth is more likely somewhere in between. Which - fortunately or unfortun...