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4-Panel Vol. 2, Issue 45 – Thor: Love And Thunder

SDCC dropped a lot of revelations about Marvel’s Phase 4, and this week we’re focusing on the announcement that Taika Waititi will be directing Thor: Love And Thunder, and that Jane Foster will be wielding Mjolnir. So along with the shocking revelation that George Clooney

Keyframe 138 – After School Goth Club

This week it’s anime all the way as Tucky, Mark and Rob get several shows out of their systems, and kicking things off is series two of the show that’s basically catering porn – Food Wars! The Second Plate. After that it’s time for some

Keyframe 137 – Somewhere Over The Redub

Subs versus dubs. It’s the oldest continuing debate in anime, and with a variety of arguments for and against one or the other, it doesn’t look like ending any time soon. But there is one particular aspect of the debate that’s often overlooked – songs

4-Panel Vol.2, Issue 9 – Who is Bullseye?

It’s time for another episode of 4-Panel, so join Andrew (Comics Sage), Mick (Old Man Comics), and Producer Rob as they investigate the history of the latest villain to go up against Daredevil as the Netflix series enters its third season. So who is Bullseye?

Keyframe 127 – The Weird Faces of Matt Gurning

This week Tucky and Producer Rob forego the usual niceties and get right down to business, and leading the animation charge is the surprisingly decent magical girl series Matoi The Sacred Slayer. After that it’s the turn of Disenchantment – Matt Groening’s new Netflix series

Keyframe 126 – Bishounen Mutants

Things get a bit contentious this week because Tucky went to see Teen Titans Go! To The Movies, and now he’s got to convince Producer Rob – who is notorious for his hatred of things like Teen Titans Go! And Ready Player One – to

Keyframe 125 – The Hokage of Middle Management

Anime is serious business (allegedly), and as if to highlight this point, Tucky joins fellow anime/animation nerd Producer Rob for an extended conversation about the trials and tribulations of voice acting, the future of the U.S. dub of One Piece, and what could be done