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Netflix’s DEATH NOTE – I’ll Take This Potential… AND SQUANDER IT!

16/09|0 Comments

(SPOILER WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR BOTH THE NETFLIX DEATH NOTE FILM AND THE ORIGINAL DEATH NOTE ANIME AND MANGA) Now, many of you have probably learned your lesson with Hollywood anime adaptations. With [...]

The New DuckTales Reboot: How Does it Hold Up?

19/08|0 Comments

Recently Disney XD has released the pilot for the... uh... long-awaited (?) DuckTales animation that would be a revamp of the original, and I have to admit: I initially didn't really care all that much. [...]

Ghost in the Shell (2017): Great in the “Meh”

29/07|0 Comments

I’ve written pretty extensively about Ghost in the Shell before-- it’s one of my favorite franchises ever, with the Standalone Complex franchise holding a firm place in my top 10 anime series ever. It’s a [...]

Castlevania – Whipping Vampires, The Church and Patriarchy

16/07|0 Comments

Castlevania is a game series that has been running since the 1980s, when Simon Belmont first cracked his whip against his mortal foe, Dracula. The game was full of religious symbolism, with equipable items ranging [...]

Katsuki Bakugou – Horrible Asshole or Wonderful Asshole?

04/07|0 Comments

For those of you keeping up with the My Hero Academia! (Boku no Hero Academia!) anime, Katsuki Bakugo is a figure whom you’ve either come to love or despise. He’s brash, he’s loud, he’s rude, [...]

The True Adolescence of Teen Titans

28/06|0 Comments

To say the word “superhero” is to summon up cultural memories spanning across seventy years of comic book history. Figures like Superman, Captain America, and Batman quickly come to mind, each with their own unique [...]

Paprika and Ghost in the Shell: Animation Phantasmagoria

25/05|0 Comments

Article was written by BRAD For many people born in the 90’s, those who watch anime were probably introduced to it through such television programs as Pokémon or Dragon Ball Z. My experience was no [...]

Does Hayao Miyazaki Hate Humanity? An Environmentalist Analysis of Nausicaa

25/05|0 Comments

         As media-based entertainment has grown so prevalent and easily accessible since the late 20th century, the dissemination of ideology through entertainment was inevitable: as more people became invested in media-based entertainment [...]

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Remembering Snake Eater: The Follies of Nationalism and the Military Complex

13/08|0 Comments

It’s not a secret that I’m always a bit behind on trends. I can’t count the amount of times that I’ve watched a show or played a game that friends had recommended, only to be [...]

Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy’s Changed Controls Are Problematic

19/07|0 Comments

Well, as always with this type of thing, I am a bit late on giving insight on the newest topics because of lack of funds, but lately, I finally got my hands on the incredible [...]

Castlevania – Whipping Vampires, The Church and Patriarchy

16/07|0 Comments

Castlevania is a game series that has been running since the 1980s, when Simon Belmont first cracked his whip against his mortal foe, Dracula. The game was full of religious symbolism, with equipable items ranging [...]

Mighty No. 9 – Actually Much Better Than Nothing!

10/07|0 Comments

If you’ve been on the internet in the past five years, first off, I’m so sorry it’s come to this point. When Harambe, Fidget Spinners, and Racist Pepe the Frog are more recognizable than the [...]

What Final Fantasy XV Does Wrong

27/05|0 Comments

Final Fantasy XV is the newest Square Enix title to grace us on the PS4, becoming almost an instant hit with its fans and finally breaking a near-10 year wait of the long-anticipated Final Fantasy [...]