I’ll be straight with you, being a mackem this anime attracted me because the title sounds like regional slang, you can see it too don’t lie. Looking closer you’ll be pleasantly surprised to discover this is a sequel to Suzuka. If you haven’t seen Suzuka
This week we’ve got Antarctic Doraemon, Gintama Valentine’s statues, and an odd choice for a cybersecurity officer. Our featured anime are Metropolis and Psycho Pass part 1. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network for all the latest news, discussions and reviews, and follow
Things take a turn for the strange with a mess of trailers and some anthropomorphic technology jargon. Our featured anime are When Supernatural Battles Become Commonplace (Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de), and Mirai Nikki (The Future Diary), part 2 Tune in to The Geek
Kochikame is coming to an end after forty years of continuous serialization! Our featured comics and manga are ROM #1 and 2, Berserk, Micronauts #5, and Moon Knight #2 to #5. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network for all the latest news, discussions
The sarcasm meter is off the scale this week with arguments about violence in animation and a live-action, CG animated feature film of Woody Woodpecker … for Brazil! Our featured anime are Samurai Harem (Asu no Yoichi!), Haikyuu Season 1 Part 2 and Top we
This week we find a gender swapped “sexy” version of Monkey D. Luffy, a ban on on plots about reincarnation or transport to other worlds, and a few trailers. Our featured anime is Parasyte: The Maxim part 1 (and technically the manga series Midori Days).
The live –action adaptations of popular anime continue and next up is Full Metal Alchemist. We also take a look at animated shoot-em-ups, Kung Fu Panda rip-offs and the trailer for the Iranian animated epic The Last Fiction. Our featured anime are A Letter to
This week we take a look at the trailers for Moom and Kaze no Yoni before diving into Sailor Moon exhibits, Jump Summers with Universal Studios, and some unfortunately placed Pikachus. Our featured anime are Arcana Famiglia and Infinite Stratos Season 2. Tune in to
After gaining a massive amount of praise at The British Independent Film Awards and Frightfest, it’s easy to see why Nina Forever – the directorial debut from The Blaine Brothers – distinctly carves out its identity through considered execution and challenging conventions.
Politics effect everything in present-day civilisation whether one wishes to engage with them or not, but for some it isn’t a matter of choice. There are a few places that are politically infamous on name alone; Korea’s DMZ is one such area, as is the