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  • Angels of Death 1×11 Review: ’cause you are my God, Zack

    In the last episode of Angels of Death, Father Gray had sentenced Rachel to be burned at the stake as a witch. “’cause you are my God, Zack,” begins where the last episode left off, with Rachel in the precarious position of being on a cross, surrounded by flames. With Zack mostly out of commission, […]

  • Angels of Death 1×10 Review: The witch trial shall start

    There isn’t as much interaction between Zack and Rachel in “The witch trial shall start,” but there’s plenty of action and, more importantly in this part of the storyline, exposition. We learn a little bit more about Rachel through the eyes of the other characters. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole […]

  • Angels of Death 1×09 Review: There is no God in this world

    The last episode of Angels of Death ended in a cliffhanger. Someone who we thought was dead turned out to be very much alive. ‘There Is No God In This World’ continues where the previous left off, with Zack in a precarious situation and Rachel slowly losing her sanity. ‘There Is No God In This World’ starts […]

  • Angels of Death 1×08 Review: Yeah… I’m a monster

    Things start out looking fairly bleak in episode 8 of Angels of Death. Zack had just cut himself open with his own scythe just before the end of the previous episode. He really isn’t doing well and Rachel wants to do what she can to help him, and fast. She’s very hyper-focused on helping Zack […]

  • Cells at Work – Sympathy for Cancer? Probably Not

    Cells at Work is an anime that personifies the cells in the human body. It’s actually a concept that works quite well in anime form and is very enjoyable to watch. The last two episodes were specifically about cancer cells. Part two especially received mixed reviews from blogs and fans on social media alike. With […]

  • Angels of Death: the Game, the Manga, and now the Anime

    When I had first heard about Angels of Death as an upcoming anime on Crunchyroll, I was intrigued by the title. After seeing a few screencaps on Twitter, I decided to check it out. I knew it was based on a game, but I didn’t know anything about the anime beyond that. Angels of Death […]

  • Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #33 Review

    Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #33 finds our heroes Spider-Man and Old Man Deadpool, along with allies Silk and Mockingbird, captured by a bunch of LMDs (Life-Model Decoys). Some of the many decoys they are up against include Carnage, the Hulk, Ghost Rider, Wolverine, Thanos, Hela, and Thor. Quite the cast of characters! -Read our before commenting. […]

  • Anime Recommendation: Sanrio Boys

    The Sanrio Boys anime would seem, at its core, to be a very clever marketing plan from Sanrio. It certainly is a good way to reach a wider audience and get its products in front of more people. Sanrio has always been very good at marketing. But, the show itself is much more than a […]

  • Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #26

    Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #26 is a little (okay, a lot!) different than the previous few issues that Robbie Thompson has penned.  The story starts, surprisingly, in a retirement home. And it took me a little while to realize that the character talking was, in fact, Peter Parker. Issue #26 gives us a world where the super […]

  • Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #23 Review

    Spider-Man vs. Deadpool issue #23 is full of action, humor, and all the pop-culture references one would expect from a Spider-Man and Deadpool comic. The banter is fun and the story easily keeps your interest.  I’m glad to see this series continue on under Silk writer, Robbie Thompson. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy […]