Category: Reviews

Oct
02

Review: Arcane Legends (Android)

I’ve said many times before on my cell phone game reviews, I’ve always enjoyed the Android OS. To me it feels very clean and provides an easy way to get around. There is always a wide selection of games and […]

Oct
02

Review: Call of Juarez: Gunslinger (XBLA)

Like many kids of the 90′s, I watched western movies when I was little. I always loved the idea of being a bounty hunter! To be a good guy and go around collecting or killing people in the name of […]

Apr
25

Review: FLCL (Anime)

It’s not everyday you find a show as interesting as FLCL. Spelled out it’s “Fooly Cooly”. The original anime series was directed by Kazuya Tsurumaki, and written by Yoji Enokido. It was produced by Hiroki Sato and Nishizawa Masatomo. It’s […]

Apr
17

Review: Inuyasha The Final Act – DVD Set 2

Years ago, manga artist/writer Rumiko Takahashi, creator of some of the most popular series on both sides of the Pacific (including the legendary Ranma 1/2), created her most ambitious work. It was the culmination of all her talents for comedy, […]

Mar
12

Review: Tenchi Muyo OVA Collection (Blu-ray)

One of the great classics of anime among western fans is the sci-fi comedy Tenchi Muyo. This is one of the first anime I ever really got into when I was an early teen. And after decades, the original OVA […]

Jun
27

Review: Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt (Anime)

I got my hands on an early review copy of the upcoming anime series Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, and let me tell you, I was blown away. Still to this moment, when I think about the entire series, I […]

Jun
03

Review: Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters Episode One

When it comes to cartoons, I’m never too old to sit down for a few hours and watch some of the classics I grew up with, like Pokemon, Digimon, Dragon Ball Z, and more. Today marks the release of a […]

May
18

Review: Dragon Ball Z Kai – Season Two (Anime)

Dragon Ball Z is nothing short of a cultural phenomenon. I first experienced it in high school, but if I had been of an elementary school age, I can guarantee that along with pretending to be superheroes and G.I. Joes […]

May
18

Review: Dragon Ball Z Kai – Season One (Anime)

I moved to California during the summer of 1997, the summer immediately prior to my freshman year of high school. My bedroom was pretty awesome back then, with a built in corner desk for my computer, and a great entertainment […]

Feb
21

Anime Review: Guyver The Bioboosted Armor

My path into anime and manga fandom was a very twisty one. But if there was one that I had to say was my major push into it, it’d be Yoshiki Takaya’s comic Kyoshoku Soko Guyver or Bio-booter Armor Guyver. This […]