Inverseman

The Inverseman is an evil overlord from an alternate dimension representing humanity's anti-existence who masquerades as an aspiring high school teacher.

Mar 162015
 

Only on 4Kids TV!

 4Kids logo

If you were a pre-teen in the late 90s and early 2000s 4Kids Entertainment is probably a household name. If you had any contact with the anime boom during those decades you’ve probably been exposed to one of their dubs and the resulting “reputation” they earned. Tonight, the Inveseman takes a different retrospective on the infamous long-defunct company.

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Mar 012015
 

Hail to the chief

4th birthday cake

What’s up, Moar Powah readers? Tonight marks the four year anniversary of the blog! So tonight the Inverseman reminisces on some of his favorite hits from each year since the site’s beginning of SOS.

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Feb 232015
 

Subs wher?!1?1!! 

Code Geass Suzaku fish

Ah subs, you take them for granted these days, but they are, in fact, a very hard-fought labor of love. Over the past couple decades we’ve seen a scene be born and take off exponentially. Tonight, the Inverseman traces the evolution of this scene.

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Feb 082015
 

In before Persona 4: The Platinum

P5 poster

After waiting more than a year with nothing but a few chairs in a stylish red/black color scheme to go off of, we finally have our first trailer for Persona 5. What could be waiting for us in this long anticipated RPG? The Inverseman speculates.

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Feb 012015
 

When science and magic collide, a story is born.

Index banner

Review copies of both parts 1 and 2 were provided by FUNimation Entertainment

Evening, Moar Powah readers. The Inverseman here with yet another review. Tonight I’ll be reviewing the second season of A Certain Magical Index. With the first season of the old school light novel adaptation already reviewed, does second season continue to carry the torch? Let’s dig in.

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Jan 042015
 

Or how Nintendo missed Christmas

Smash Bros bundle box

With the advent of the newest Smash Brothers and Nintendo’s Amiibo initiative, we have must-have accessories arriving tempting us as we buy our must-have games this winter. That is, if they were on the store shelf to begin with. The Inverseman investigates.

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