Articles Posted in the " News " Category

  • Steven Universe 4×12 Review: Adventures in Light Distortion

    Whenever there’s a big, dramatic arc going on, you need at least one lighthearted episode to give the viewers a break and throw the heavier emotions into relief.  “Adventures in Light Distortion” is that episode, a chance for the storyboarders of Steven Universe to really stretch out with silly expressions, wacky physical comedy, and wild animation […]

  • Steven Universe 4×11 Review: “Steven’s Dream”

    We’re back from hiatus with a brand new Stevenbomb, but don’t let the title fool you. “Steven’s Dream” is anything but a snoozefest. One of the more common complaints in the early days of the show was that Steven never asked questions. It seemed no matter what monsters he fought, ancient ruins he explored or secrets […]

  • Sundance Favorite “Summer Camp Island” Finds A Home On Cartoon Network

    Cartoon Network just ordered a series based on Summer Camp Island, an animated short from Adventure Time‘s Julia Pott. The short is making the rounds at international film festivals and has won at Ottawa International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and American Film Institute Fest. As a series, Summer Camp Island will tell the story of […]

  • Ocean’s Eight: Our First Look at the Female Thieves

    While I know that the Ocean’s movies had plenty of issues, I’ll admit that I thoroughly enjoyed Ocean’s Eleven and, yes, even Ocean’s Twelve. So when Ocean’s Eight – an all-female reboot – was announced, I was pretty darn excited. Don’t get me wrong, I have some qualms about Ocean’s Eight already – for instance, […]

  • We Catch up with San Jose’s Councilman Rogers – Uh, We Mean Diep

    We caught up with Lan Diep (AKA Councilman America as I’m now calling him) after his Captain America tribute went viral. He gave us a few words about how people were reacting, what Cap means to him, and what’s happening with that shield. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole […]

  • VRV App: A New Way to Anime

    Introducing the VRV app, a new video streaming app that links thirteen channels – including Crunchyroll and Funimation – in one place! Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.