At the time of this writing it has been roughly 2 and a half hours since I went to go see the Monster Hunter (2020) at a drive-in theater with my friend. He and I are huge fans of the Monster Hunter franchise, with my journey starting with 4 Ultimate on the 3DS and his… Continue reading The Monster Hunter Movie: A shallow disappointment
“Opportunity is dangling right in front of you”. This was the mantra echoed over and over within the 2010 adaptation of The Tatami Galaxy. This phrase didn’t mean much to me initially, but the words essentially wove themselves into a language that I understood. 11 episodes is nothing within the digestion of your average anime… Continue reading 4.5 Degrees of Separation: Tatami Galaxy and a college student’s guide to Self-actualization
By: Jre Best The First Episode Dragon Ball Z Kai has one of the oddest beginnings to a show you can find. In the first two minutes you are thrown into the middle of a huge battle in space with someone who looks a lot like Goku fighting a whole army. Your main character, Goku,… Continue reading The Saiyan Saga: Everything Changes: Dragon Ball Z Kai Retrospective Arc by Arc
BTS dropped their new album, BE, the day I had finished all my in-person classes at college and was getting ready to go home after a very taxing semester. I remember walking out of my last final, going to my dorm to drag all of my very heavy stuff down by myself (outsiders weren’t allowed… Continue reading My Thoughts on BE: BTS’ New Short and Sweet Album
By: Jre Best I've been stuck staring at a blank text document for nearly an hour completely stumped as to how to write the opening paragraph of a review for Dragon Ball Z. How does one write an introduction do a show, no, a franchise that needs no introduction. Dragon Ball Z is unquestionably one… Continue reading An Introduction to: Revisiting Dragon Ball Z Kai Arc by Arc: History
Itch.io, November 6th, 2020, 9:00pm GMT – Ethan Fox is pleased to launch the latest chapter of his best-selling Ace Attorney homage & anime parody, Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle: Date/Time: 9pm GMT, Friday, 6th November (today!) URL: https://ethan-fox.itch.io/nina-aquila-legal-eagle-chapter-iii-legal-stage Price: $2.99 special introductory offer – regular price $3.99 NALE Chapter III has been available for pre-order… Continue reading Ethan Fox Launches Latest Chapter Of Best-Selling Ace Attorney Homage Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle Chapter III, A Thrilling Initial D Parody!
I’m not alone in saying Goosebumps was a pivotal part of my childhood. While they’re certainly no Stephen King-level writing, the young audience-targeted horror series by R.L. Stine have a lot of cheesy, juvenile entertainment that both adults and children can attach to and find some level of fun in. The stories themselves aren’t horribly… Continue reading All 62 Classic Goosebumps Covers RANKED
I love Sakura Wars, it's one of my favorite franchises ever with Sakura Wars 2 being my favorite game of all time, and one of the reasons for that is the characters. The Sakura Wars franchise is full of amazing and well written characters. So with Sakura Kakumei coming out very soon, why not rank… Continue reading Every Sakura Wars Love Interest Ranked
Itch.io, October 23rd, 2020, 9:15pm GMT – Ethan Fox is pleased to announce that the latest chapter of the long-running Ace Attorney homage & anime parody Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle will release as follows: Date/Time: 9pm GMT, Friday, 6th November (2 weeks after issuing this announcement) URL: https://ethan-fox.itch.io/nina-aquila-legal-eagle-chapter-iii-legal-stage Price: $2.99 for pre-orders – regular price… Continue reading Ethan Fox Drifts Into A Release Date For Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle Chapter III With An Exciting Initial D Parody!
Peter Jackson is a household name. After all, he’s only the guy who hand-crafted the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies, garnering up nearly 5 billion dollars collectively and earning himself a nice handful of those sweet Oscars. He’s up there among the greats. The New Zealand filmmaker began his film career with nothing… Continue reading A Weird, Weird Look at Peter Jackson’s “Splatter Saga”