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Japan to Lead the Way in Singularity Dystopian Future

Looks like the inevitable robot invasion may be coming sooner rather than later. A Japanese private security company by the name of Secom has begun…

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Et tu, Gazef?

Et tu, Gazef? Perhaps the crowning shame of the latest season of Overlord is the removal of Gazef Stronoff, a man’s man, from the board….

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My Hero Academia: Two Heroes at AX2018

Familiar U.A. students had a chance to shine again in this My Hero Academia animated film. With an energizing soundtrack, visually pleasing and exhilarating fight sequences along with well-acted character voices, the movie was a solid and fun ride for the returning MHA fan. Live audience participation made the movie that much sweeter, as anyone who has been at a premiere with hundreds of screaming fans can attest. However, the pacing during the first half of the movie was slow and the overall storyline was not inventive.

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Kino’s Journey Revisited

There has been a lot of playing to nostalgia lately in pop culture, but no more so than in Hollywood. For example, the Gunsmith Cats…

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Ancient Magus’ Bride, Depression, and Hope

When I first started watching The Ancient Magus’ Bride on Crunchyroll, I was struck by how it began. Here was a protagonist so far in…

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Matt’s Anime Expo 2017 Rundown

Ever since I was a kid I’ve loved anime. Since the days of Toonami on Cartoon Network my memories are of running home from school…

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