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Keyframe 96 – Satoshi Kon’s Anime Sausage

The times, they are a-changing … 45 years after their original team-up, Batman once again joins forces with Scooby Doo and the rest of the Mystery Gang. Meanwhile, Sony complete their purchase of Funimation (a lot faster than we expected), and Anime Ltd. move into

Keyframe 92 – Netflix’s Anime Big Boy Pants

As the Summer season winds down, we take a look at the good, the bad, the mediocre, the just plain wrong, the unexpected and the anger-inducing anime of the last three months. Our featured animated movie and cartoon are Michaël Dudok de Wit’s The Red

Keyframe 91 – Godzilla’s Summer Fair Bake Sale

To celebrate the release of the first in a trilogy of anime movies, Godzilla is finally getting its own festival! Aside from that we also take a look at the trailers for Aardman’s Early Man and Netflix’s Neo Yokio. Our featured anime are Belladonna of

Keyframe 90 – The Worst Kept Secret in Anime

This week we’ve got movies galore with the Mobile Suit Gundam movie trilogy (I, II: Soldiers of Sorrow and III: Encounters in Space – we had to break Mark out of Gundam rehab for them), followed by a special treat called The Boy and The

4-Panel 104 – A Terrible Ninja Infestation

We had a couple of technical issues which have caused a slight echo in this episode. Elsewhere in the greater realm of comics there was a terrible press panel for Inhumans, Karl Urban is in talks to play Judge Dredd again, Netflix buys Millarworld and

4-Panel 100 – The New Communism of Manga

While Marvel try to avoid issues of racism with the Black Panther movie and seem to have an inability to count, DC are giving away a comic for free, and have a new candidate to sit in the director’s chair for Suicide Squad 2. Oh,

4-Panel 98 – We Need More Crumpet!

We’re back for another go on the comic-book carousel, and this week there’s the possibility of Captain Britain appearing in the MCU (maybe), the Hitchcockian influence in The Batman, a live-action Superman: Red Son, the trailer for The Inhumans TV series, and the announcement of

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On The Box 78 – The Netflix Swingers Party

Apparently changing the name from The Million Pound Drop to The 100K Drop has nothing to do with Brexit the devaluation of the pound. In other news, the feud between AMC and Frank Darabont gets a little worse and it’s now a federal crime in

Aquarius

What I will say about Aquarius, the latest film from Brazilian filmmaker Kleber Mendonça Filho, is that it is an absorbing, detailed and considerate character study of its female protagonist – and more, that protagonist happens to be a woman in her mid-sixties. There really isn’t

Keyframe 81 – Pope Gundam’s Cosmic Dance-Off

Everything’s backwards this week as we start off with our featured anime – Parasyte: The Maxim (Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu) part 2, Gundam Reconguista in G and Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? (Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no