Godzilla vs. Kong Review

After some delays, Godzilla vs. Kong is finally here. The MonsterVerse bout had been in the works for awhile. The cinematic universe had its beginnings in 2014 with the release of Godzilla. The film successfully adapted the iconic reptile, and kick-started a world of Titans. Kong: Skull Island released three years later, and was followed... Continue Reading →

Godzilla Gets Second Crunchyroll Loves Collection

Just in time for his latest Hollywood outing, Godzilla is getting new merchandise from Crunchyroll. Since his debut in 1954, the King of the Monsters has remained one of popular culture's most iconic characters. Naturally, Godzilla is quite the lucrative brand when it comes to media and merchandise. In his home country, a theme park... Continue Reading →

Godzilla Stomps Back Into Comics In 2021

IDW is bringing Godzilla back into the world of comic books, and much more. In 2010, IDW announced a partnership with TOHO Studios to make Godzilla comics. This partnership made sense, considering IDW is known for its many high quality licensed titles. The first series starring the radioactive dinosaur was Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters. From... Continue Reading →

Blood-C: The Last Dark Review

Blood-C was one of the more notable anime of the last 10 years. It followed the adventures of Saya Kisaragi, an extremely gifted swordswoman tasked with defeating creatures called Elder Bairns. Things were not what they seemed, however. The plot twist in the final couple of episodes was unexpected, and put a much darker spin... Continue Reading →

Avengers: Endgame Review

It's finally here. Endgame marks the end of the Infinity Saga, the story that began 11 years ago with the release of Iron Man. Few could have predicted how massive the Marvel Cinematic Universe would become. It is a continuing pop culture event, and Endgame is unarguably the biggest of them all. This movie is... Continue Reading →

Captain Marvel Review

It's a big year for Marvel Studios. Next month, Avengers: Endgame releases, a film that will end Phase 3. Then in July, Spider-Man will be back and heads to Europe where Mysterio will make his big screen debut. Before all this however, we are introduced to a band new player to the universe: Carol Danvers,... Continue Reading →

Rainy Cocoa Review

Rainy Cocoa is based on the digital manga of the same name. Its setting is a cafe called Rainy Color. There, at least in Season 1, we follow Aoi Tokura, a waiter. We also have the energetic Ryota, and the rather standoffish Keiichi Iwase, who doesn't seem to like Aoi There's also Shion, who runs... Continue Reading →

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