Tag Archives: Sci-Fi

Keyframe 140 – Let’s Talk About Conventions

One of the highlights of any anime fan’s calendar is the convention, where like-minded people gather together to cosplay, shop, listen to panels, enjoy the atmosphere, and even possibly meet the odd voice actor. They’ve become a staple of anime communities all over the world,

Keyframe 139 – Massive Robots Fights Are All You Need

The Hollywood adaptation of Yukito Kishiro’s hit manga Battle Angel Alita (Gunnm), is out in cinemas, and by all reports it’s doing some decent business. Join Tucky and Rob as they discuss the film that James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez have created, the implications of

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

Classic Film Kid: Doctor Who Series 11

Hello film buffs and fellow Whovians, it’s the Classic Film Kid here! Today, I will be looking at Doctor Who again to discuss the recent 11th series, the positives and negatives, and also a quick ranking of all 10 episodes at the end. Without any

Keyframe 132 – Beyblade: The Japanese Conkers

Live-action/animation crossovers have been a part of film for since the advent of The Enchanted Drawing back in 1900, and with Pokémon: Detective Pikachu due for release in 2019, Tucky, Andrew and Producer Rob discuss the new addition to the franchise – which leads to

Keyframe 130 – Those Goofy Cave People

On this episode of Keyframe, Tucky and Producer Rob attempt to unpick the Academy’s “For Your Consideration” list of animated feature films that are in the running to receive a nomination for an Oscar. Join them as they get wax cynical about the awards, lament

4-Panel Vol. 2, Issue 13 – Stan Lee Tribute

We lost one of the kings of pop culture, a much beloved creative force, and one of the people who was responsible for making comic books what they are today. He made us believe in characters who were larger than life, but somehow still down