Dec 282012
 

Another year, another “Ani-Bloggers Choice Anime Awards.” You can check out my picks for 2011, and you can also check out Kaushik and Pluffei’s 2012 picks as well. Like last year, I will rank these shows based on how entertained I was, not how “good” they are. Here we go!

12. Campione!

Generic harem anime? Definitely. But it’s still quite entertaining. The beginning is awfully rushed (dedicated readers of the light novels were severely disappointed), and a lot is left to be desired. Yet it’s mythology based (which I like) and has hot girls. Good enough. Continue reading »

Dec 282012
 

You aren’t a critic worth your salt if you haven’t seen the majority of Quentin Tarantino’s films, even the not-so-great ones. He is one of the most prolific directors of this generation, who mixes a love of high brow cinema with some more “vulgar” sensibilities, making his films a unique brand of storytelling that is engaging, but hard to emulate. So, when it was time to pick a movie to watch on Christmas Day, the choice was obvious.

So let’s sit back, relax, and spend this merry little holiday watching people running around in period clothes and with blood flying everywhere. This is Django Unchained.

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Dec 282012
 

Jeff Lemire is one of my favorite modern comic creators. I’ve loved his work on Animal Man and am eagerly anticipating his upcoming work as author of Green Arrow. Recently, I had the opportunity to interview this stellar comic creator. Read on for the exciting, in-depth interview!

Note: All images in this post are courtesy of DC Entertainment.

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