Channel Surfing: Dr. Stone

In this edition of Channel Surfing, I bring to you Dr. Stone. This series was part of the highly anticipated anime lineup for Summer 2019, and just in time for the season finale, I finally bring myself from my hectic schedule to tell everyone what it’s all about. To me, I think this is the most exciting anime I have ever watched on the level of Fullmetal Alchemist.


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Dragon Ball Z: The Plan to Eradicate the Saiyans (1994) – OVA Review

This post was originally published on July 18th, 2008. Also known as “Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Saiyan Zetsumetsu Keikaku“, and alternatively The Plan to Destroy the Saiya-jin, the feature was remade and released with Raging Blast 2 for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2010, and is available in the US. Sadly, there is not an English dub for both versions.

Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Saiyan Zetsumetsu Keikaku (The Plan to Destroy the Saiya-jin")

Huh? There’s more of Dragon Ball Z?! Yes, there is! In case you haven’t been to just about every DBZ fansite on the web, even those that are in a language different from what you already know, there is a Dragon Ball Z OVA (Original Video Animation) somewhere on one of these websites. I won’t say which one (they will come after me if I mention them), but it’s likely that it won’t be licensed soon due to the way this released. You’ll find out soon enough.

Warning: This post contains spoilers! Read at your own risk!


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Tiger & Bunny – Anime Series Review

This review of Tiger & Bunny was originally written on October 28th, 2011. There was originally two posts, one with my initial impressions, and a final review after the series finale. However, both posts have been edited in an effort to prevent too many spoilers, as I felt my previous style did that apply that. Apologies!


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My Hero Academia – Anime Series Review

I’m excited to bring you the first brand new anime review since the blog relaunch, and one of the world’s latest series, My Hero Academia. After witnessing a huge gathering of My Hero Academia cosplayers at Anime Weekend Atlanta 2018, I had to see what the hype is all about, and in this preliminary review, I can tell why it’s as popular as it is. It’s reminiscent of another anime series I really enjoyed from early in the decade, but with more of a scholastic focus. Oh, and super heroes.


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