Tag Archives: Animation

Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 2 Review

If you’re the head of a production company who has been tasked to revive a franchise from the 80s of 90s in the hopes of cashing in on millennials’ nostalgia, and you want a template for how to do it right, look to Voltron: Legendary Defender.

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The 5 Biggest Questions Ahead of Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 2

It’s been a long seven months since Voltron: Legendary Defender debuted on Netflix. The first season left old school giant mecha fans thrilled by this reboot featuring one of animation’s most famous robots, while also hitting us with a gigantic cliffhanger that any fan can’t wait to see resolved.

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Son of Zorn Review – Manly Manly Man Comedy

I have to admit, I didn’t at all know what to expect when I saw that FOX was doing an animation/live-action mash up. I stumbled on it when I was doing my piece on the new shows in the Fall line-up. I’ve never been a fan of that style, but FOX’s Son of Zorn had a laugh or two that kept me watching until the end of the pilot episode, (it’s only a half hour).

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Batman: The Killing Joke Review

Batman: The Killing Joke is not an enjoyable read. It’s about as brutal and as unsettling as a comic can get. But it’s also incredibly thought-provoking, which is why it’s remained one of the most iconic Batman stories for nearly 30 years.

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