Tag Archives: Netflix

4-Panel 149 – Hellboy’s Lucha Libre Holiday

The comics and manga merry-go-round returns for more shenanigans, and this week things have been happening! Kicking things off this week is the news that James Gunn has been fired from Disney Marvel as director of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 for tweets he

4-Panel 147 – The Creeper in my Sock Drawer

This week on our friendly neighbourhood comics and manga podcast, Andrew and Producer Rob are joined by the other Rob (yes, we know it’s going to get rather confusing). It’s a rather sombre opening this week as the gang remember the work of the legendary

4-Panel 145 – Beware of the Bizarro-Dorkin

It’s time for another bout of hot comics and manga action, but before Andrew and Producer Rob start wallowing in their piles of graphic literature there just enough time to have a chat about Iron Fist headlining Marvel’s presentation at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con,

4-Panel 142 – Grimy Old Man Logan

We’ve got a shorter episode than normal of everyone’s friendly(ish), neighbourhood comics and manga podcast as Andrew and Producer Rob discuss The Pouch – Rob Liefeld’s newest character, the news that Todd Macfarlane will direct the new Spawn movie (which will star Jamie Foxx in

Keyframe 111 – Old Man Godzilla

So Nicholas Cage is finally going to get to play the role of Superman. The only problem is that it will be in the Teen Titans Go! Movie. In other news, we have the first teaser for the anime adaptation of ‘s high school sumo

Keyframe 93 – The Censored Brow

We kick things off this week with our featured cartoon and anime (Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls, Netflix’s Bigmouth and Ushio and Tora), and those somehow lead us on to seasonal holidays and mockumentaries. After that little aside we get down to business

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

The Last Kingdom

First of all, a quick word of caution that the below will contain some plot spoilers. So please, only continue if you have seen The Last Kingdom or are happy to have some of the surprise taken out of a few key moments!   On

What is the Future of TV?

Television has been around since the early 20th century, with some accounts of transmission of images dating as far back as 1843. In that time the medium of TV has evolved and changed immensely; screens have got bigger, images have got clearer and shows have