I’m going to go for the top 10 reasons here. I’m not making a top 10 list per se, I’m just going to list the reasons as they’re in my brain. A word of warning. Here there be spoilers.
………Okay, just so you’re listening, there’s spoilers. I mean, go watch the series, it’s only 4 20-ish minute episodes.
Okay. You’ve been warned, here it goes: Continue reading Review: Netflix’ “Castlevania”
As nostalgia rules over the ever-aging Millenials with reboots to pull at their heart strings (Ghostbusters, Duck Tales, I even heard a Matrix rumor today…), the samurai on the noblest of quests is back to finish what he started. Canceled after four seasons on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim (2001-2004), Samurai Jack returns to television for one Continue reading Back to the past, Samurai Jack…
After months of teasers and weirdly short snippets attempting to look “?”, Ghost In The Shell finally has a full teaser, showing us a bit more about what to expect from this controversially cast film.
As expected, it’s looking like
Continue reading Full ‘Ghost In The Shell’ Live-Action Trailer is Here!
Hey! Guess What!? Next year, Disney is bringing back their beloved, Emmy award winning series, DuckTales!
Many of us remember DuckTales fondly. whether it be for the series or the infamously a Continue reading First Image Released of Disney’s New Duck Tales!
This year’s Rhode Island Comic Con was a general success. The Comic Con attendance greatly exceeded the organizer’s expected turnout compared to all prior years. In fact, the Rhode Island Convention Center exceeded their expected numbers compared to all other events… ever! (Nerd pride.) However, the convention was not without problems. You can read about the over-capacity debacle here:
But for now, let’s focus on the other experiences, which were generally positive. The con took place on November 1st – 2nd with a Halloween party the night before (on Halloween). The party was decently attended. I enjoyed the drink list which had tasty choices such as the Ecto-1, the Ooze, and the Beetlegeuise. And of course, it was a great place for the cosplay to begin.
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Congratulations to The Rhode Island Comic Con organization for blowing way past their turn-out in 2013, on Saturday alone! However, it seems that the Rhode Island Convention Center wasn’t ready for the big leagues.
On November 1st, 2014, a little prior to 3pm, the RI State Fire Marshall shut down the registration area of the Convention Center due to the Center reaching capacity This meant that no one new was allowed to enter the RI Comic Con.
I was covering the convention for Nerd-Base. On Saturday, I arrived prior to the debacle. However, I never received a convention program. I inquired with RICC staff where I could get pick one up and was directed down to the first floor, where Continue reading Rhode Island Comic Con 2014 Exceeds Capacity! Fans Stuck Out in the Rain.
A while back David had informed me that a live action version of one of our mutual all-time-favorite anime series, Rurouni Kenshin had been released. We watched it with understandable reservations. Thankfully, so thankfully, our reservations were unnecessary. For the first time a live action version of an anime/manga had been made that kept true to not only the appearance of the characters, but as well the story that made us love the series.
*Read his review of part one here: Chanbara Fu: Rurouni Kenshin
Granted, much like a long novel being made into a film, much of the story was Continue reading Live Action Anime Excitement! Rurouni Kenshin 2: Kyoto Inferno/The Legend Ends