A wild Lucario appears!
In less than two weeks, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods will have a limited screening in US theaters. What does this mean for the franchise? And what can we expect? The Inverseman gives his thoughts.
Holland Novak, father of the year.
Review copies for both parts 1 and 2 were provided by FUNimation Entertainment.
Check out Kaushik’s review of the classic 2005 anime too.
Since Bandai Visual Entertainment went under, FUNimation and other companies have picked up the licenses to a lot of old series they dubbed and have decided to re-release these classics on Blu-Ray for the first time! So given the chance to revisit an old favorite, what does the Inverseman think of Eureka Seven nine years later? Find out inside!
But wait, there’s more!
There are few people as zealously devoted today as the average 21st Century geek. You’d see legions of neckbeards flocking to snag new releases of anything really, trampling their brethren for the last figurine of their waifu, and overall proclaiming any such item X as “the best thing ever.” With such unquestioning attitude, enthusiasm, and disposable income any smart entrepreneur would know this is a golden opportunity should you happen to have a few good friends in the industry. Tonight, the Inverseman checks out the top cases of product placement in modern anime.
Koko Hekmatyar for Mom of the Year
Review copies for both Jormungand and Jormungand: Perfect Order were provided by FUNimation Entertainment
Evenin’ ladies and gents, the Inverseman here with a review of both seasons of Jormungand, adapted from the original manga written by Keitaro Takahashi. How does this action-packed trigger-happy series stack up? Find out!