Tag Archives: Toei Animation

Keyframe 141 – Burly Men With Powers

The last decade has seen many changes in mainstream media, but possibly the most surprising has been the massive rise in popularity of superheroes – thanks in no small part to the MCU, the DCEU, and Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. What’s interesting though, is that

Keyframe 136 – Bardock’s Geordie Genes

Computer graphics have become the norm in animation thanks to their versatility and efficiency, but there are certain types of CG animation that some people just don’t like. With that in mind, Rob and Andrew investigate cel-shaded CG animation and some of the possible reasons

Keyframe 133 – 2018 (The Bad Side)

It’s the end of another year in animation, so join Tucky and Rob as they cast their collective nostalgic gazes back over the medium of animation during 2018 … Just kidding. That show is next week. This episode is dedicated to all of the things

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 128 – Dragon Ball’s Time Trunks

We’ve got a packed episode this week as Producer Rob kicks things off with One Piece Uncut – Collection 19 (episodes 446 to 468), which fans will know is the end of the Impel Down Arc and the beginning of the Marineford Arc (also known

Keyframe 124 – Hot Kaiju on Kaiju Action

We’re short a few people short, but you can always rely on Tucky and Producer Rob to fill the airwaves with all sorts of animation-related anecdotes. This week we kick things off with our featured anime – Netflix’s Godzilla: City On The Edge Of Battle

Keyframe 118 – A Psychedelic Night In

So aside from Producer Rob confusing his Sarahs (it should be Sarah Michelle Gellar and not Sarah Jessica Parker), Peter Rabbit gets a sequel, Netflix and Viz Media announce an original martial arts anime series set in Mexico, and Christiano Ronaldo gets animated. After that

Keyframe 116 – Giant Furry Space Hoppers

Guillermo Del Toro has signed a multi-film deal with Dreamworks Animation to create “family” movies – which basically means that anything that they churn out that has his name on it is definitely getting watched by us (even if it’s Boss Baby 73: Where Does

Keyframe 112 – A Shakespearean Bromance

Spring time is upon us which means we’ve been let out to frolic in the fields! Before that though, there’s the serious business of animation to contend with, and nothing comes more serious than a census. Not the kind that measures population growth, density, divergency,

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