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How to Train Your Dragon: Dragonvine

The graphic novel is on the short side and the art is a bit inconsistent. Nevertheless, the nice storytelling co-written by director Dean DeBlois is enough to whet fans' appetites ahead of the third film.

6 Super Cool Apps for Reading Comics

Comics are amazing, and we’re living in an age where there truly is a comic for everyone. But when you’re out and about you don’t want to have to carry your long boxes or stacks of trade paperbacks with you, wthat’s where digital comics readers come in! There are plenty of them out there, and […]

[Review] Patlabor The Mobile Police Ultimate Collection

Nearly a decade ago, I said were I forced to name just one title that represented the best that anime had to offer, I would probably pick Mobile Police Patlabor and lamented it being years out of print. Since then, things have changed. Right now, every animated incarnation of Patlabor is legally available to view...

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All 7 CHUCKY Movies, Ranked

Earlier this year, MGM announced that they would resurrect Chucky and the Child’s Play franchise next, but the only thing is that the franchise is still alive and kicking! The writer of the classic ’80s horror, Don Mancini, and the voice of Chucky, Brad Dourif, have steadily kept making some of the funniest, scariest, and […]

Black Torch [Review]

Ninjas, mononoke, and shady intelligence agencies get an action-packed mash-up in Black Torch. Street tough Jiro Azuma might look like a petty criminal, but he uses his ninja training to defend helpless animals, which he can talk to. This unique ability leads him to rescue a wounded black cat in the woods. The cat, Rago,...

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Coyote [Review]

Romeo and Juliet get a supernatural makeover in Coyote. Yes, it’s werewolves vs. gangsters in this scorching male/male romance. Coyote is a member of a werewolf clan that’s been hiding its presence from humanity for the last 70 years. The reason for this is the illegal trade in werewolf parts, a trade overseen by the...

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Did PARKS AND REC’s Ron Swanson Kill a Character on THE GOOD PLACE?

Fans of both Parks and Rec and The Good Place have long theorized the two shows share the same universe. They were both created by Michael Schur, and NBC’s series about four humans struggling to reach eternal paradise is full of Easter eggs from our favorite government office. But the newest evidence the characters exist […]

THE DEAD CENTER Is Much More Than a Zombie Apocalypse Origin (LA Film Fest Review)

Somewhere in a nondescript hospital, a dead man in a body bag sits up, busts out, and desperately searches for a bed in which to keep his possibly resurrected boy warm. He can’t speak, yet, but sensations are gradually returning, even as his perceptions seem filtered through a whole lot of noise and chaos. Regular, […]

Data Miners May Have Just Discovered a New POKÉMON

There are currently over 800 Pokémon in existence, and as the monster-collecting franchise shows no signs of slowing down, there are bound to be more to come. Now, data miners have come across something interesting: Images that may have prematurely revealed a new Pokémon (via Eurogamer). new kecleon icons pic.twitter.com/fdI2znMJRB — Chrales (@Chrales) September 21, […]

The Force Is With This STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE Anime Fan Trailer

It’s fair to say that the original Star Wars: A New Hope is maybe the most influential movie of the last fifty years. Among the many different types of movies that have drawn inspiration from George Lucas’ 1977 classic, a great deal of sci-fi anime has been heavily influenced, from the space battles in Macross/Robotech, […]

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