Based off a popular Japanese light novel series, Date A Live’s core premise can come across as outright fantastic or even ridiculous: To help ensure the continued survival of our planet, the central male protagonist has to earn the affections of a group of super-powered girls. Yes, you read that correctly. For those readers who are raising their eyebrows incredulously I can understand their reaction. That being said, anyone who would automatically dismiss this anime based on my earlier statements would be missing out on something truly inspired and enjoyable. Continue reading Hearts in Resonance: A Look at Seasons One and Two of Date A Live
Brunner 1.0 tries his hand again, this time poetically rhyming about Stranger Things and the new trailer that came out. Don’t worry, he stayed upright for this one.
It’s safe to say that few shows in the history of modern television are more certifiably insane than Fox’s “Gotham”. Week after week someone is saying, “I didn’t see that one coming.” Season 2’s “Rise of the Villians” story arc is no exception to that. In fact, it is more the epitome of it. In today’s episode of The Geekiverse Show, Josiah LeRoy, Lauren LeRoy, Vilon Trachtenberg, and Pete Herr give their thoughts on the wild ride that was the first half of season 2.
Warning – THIS IS A SPOILERCAST. PROCEED NO FURTHER IF YOU DON’T WANT TO BE SPOILED.
The one thing we can all agree on is that we can’t wait to get back to it on February 29, 2016.
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