Yatterman Night Review

Who doesn't love a good tokusatsu? From Ultraman to Super Sentai, the genre remains a fixture in Japanese pop culture. It unfortunately isn't too popular in the United States. Outside of Power Rangers, tokusatsu is relatively unknown. There have been many shows throughout the years in Japan, one of which is Yatterman. The original anime... Continue Reading →

Wonder Woman Review

Since her inception in 1941, Wonder Woman has remained not just the most famous female superhero - but also one of the biggest icons of pop culture. That's why it's shocking it's taken this long for a movie about her to be made. Lesser known comic book characters like Electra and Steel have gotten feature... Continue Reading →

Escaflowne: The Movie Review

The Vision of Escaflowne was an influential anime back in the 90s. It was jam packed with content, from mechas fighting it out to philosophical themes such as the "alteration of fate." Perhaps the best aspect of the show is how developed the characters are. Great care was put into the diverse personalities each of... Continue Reading →

The Vision of Escaflowne Review

One of the best things about The Vision of Escaflowne is how it merges different genres. Mechas play a substantial part, but even more so the fantastical and philosophical themes. Romance also plays an important part throughout the 26 episodes. Though it's not 100% perfect, Escaflowne succeeds in many different areas. The writing is almost... Continue Reading →

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