Zak Storm was an original pitch from writing team Man of Action at the same time as Ben 10 and Generator Rex, according to co-founder Steven T. Seagle, and if you’re familiar with the previous two cartoons, you may quickly pick up the influences in the characters, their interactions with each other, and the action sequences.
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Tagged adventure, Ben 10, CeCe, CGI cartoons, Chris Smith, Christine Marie Cabanos, De Agostini Editore, Discovery Family, French, Kyle Hebert, Man of Action, Matt Mercer, Max Mittleman, Method Animation, Michael Johnstone, Miraculous Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir, Netflix, ocean, SAMG Animation, swords, TV series, Zagtoon, Zak Storm, Zak Storm Super Pirate
This is my first experience with a Bring Arts action figure, and having collected almost exclusively from SH FiguArts, Figmas, and D-Arts (whenever I can find those), I feel like I’ve missed out. Bring Arts is a SquareEnix property, and I mostly seek to collect fighting game goods, which the other lines have a more abundance with the licenses. I am a fan of NieR and its potty-mouthed deuteragonist, Kaine, so this would be the perfect opportunity to get a firsthand look. Continue reading
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Tagged Action Figure, action game, Bring Arts, butt, collection, Emil, Figma, Kaine, Milla Maxwell, Nier, Nier Gestalt, Nier Replica, opinion, SH Figuarts, Square Enix, SquareEnix, swords, toy review, toys, Video Games
Halloween may be long over, but it’s never a horrible night to play a Castlevania game!
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Tagged action platformer, Castlevania, Castlevania series, classic game review, ColonelFancy, controls, Konami, Mega Drive, retro games, sega, Sega Genesis, side scrolling game, Super Castlevania, video, Video Games, YouTube
Nothing about Chronos Ruler works or is even remotely interesting. Generally, I have a long-winded and over-analyzed opening introspective on even the lamest anime I review, but I feel it’s much better to cut to the chase with this one. It’s a Frankenstein’s Monster of overdone anime tropes, concepts, humor, tone, and personalities that have been done over and over while providing nothing resembling a single original thought of its own. Continue reading
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Tagged action show, animation, Anime, anime in 2017, cartoon, Chronos Ruler, FUNimation, Jikan no Shihaisha, manga, Review, shonen, Studio Project no9, television series, time