I’m not totally fond of the rebirth of episodic comedies in animation. Sure, there’s always a market for them but it feels like ALL the animated shows coming out now are either reboots, episodic comedies, or an episodic comedic reboot. (Animaniacs is the only one I’m excited for.) I find that too many try and… Continue reading “The Fungies!” is a fun little show but not much else
(This review was originally posted on Jan. 20, 2020. Naturally, there are spoilers) Even though Infinity Train was originally presented as a one-off mini-series, the show runners had a secret up their sleeves. The show was actually an anthology where each season would focus on a new character. As someone who found themselves mildly disappointed… Continue reading Be a passenger on this new journey aboard the “Infinity Train.”
As many cartoon aficionados have pointed out; the current trend in Western cartoons is a kind of isekai. Isekai is an anime term that refers to the main character being sent to another world, having adventures and trying to find a way home. Usually these worlds are a place the protagonist is familiar with. That's… Continue reading “The Owl House” paints a promising picture for 2020’s animation game
It always sucks when you get into a series after it’s over. You don’t get to participate in fan theories or discussions and you can’t go through fanfictions or wikis without getting spoiled to Hell and back. And it doubly sucks when the show is cancelled before its time. And that’s my case with Sym-Bionic… Continue reading 2020 is the year we should bring back “Sym-Bionic Titan”
Do you like Netflix’s new show, Green Eggs and Ham? Yes. I do. I do like Green Eggs and Ham. I will watch it here and there. I will watch it anywhere. And so should you. If not for the awesome story, at least for the great, ear-wormy sound track. I’ve always loved Dr. Seuss… Continue reading You will like “Green Eggs and Ham.” You will, I swear it. Damn.