Top 3 Most Anticipated Games at E3 2017

Top 3 Most Anticipated Games at E3 2017
Date Published:
June 10, 2017

E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) is here and considering the convention is one of the largest with regards to game announcements, future console-maker direction, and other games media news, I figured it’s a perfect time to speculate on my most anticipated games I want to see at E3 2017. Continue reading “Top 3 Most Anticipated Games at E3 2017”


Samurai Jack Season 5 – Midseason Overview

Samurai Jack Season 5 – Midseason Overview
Date Published: April 24, 2017

This post contains spoilers for the first 6 episodes of the fifth season of Samurai Jack.

In anything, it’s extremely rare to exceed expectations after any type of a significant absence or hiatus, especially when the standard was already high before the long layoff, which was the case with the first four seasons of Samurai Jack.

As improbable as many fans of the show thought coming in, the fifth season of Samurai Jack is everything we wanted so far and more. A dramatic shift in tone to a more mature narrative, as well as a continuous plot rather than standalone stories, Samurai Jack has certainly delivered so far in its fifth and final season. Continue reading “Samurai Jack Season 5 – Midseason Overview”

The Problem with Patreon

The Problem with Patreon
Date Published: March 25, 2017

If you’re an aspiring artist, up-and-coming designer, or any kind of content creator that needs a little financial push to get started, Patreon is an excellent tool that connects ambitious people who have an idea for something with people who are willing to donate in order to see that idea come to fruition, and reach its fullest potential.

The simplest way to describe Pateron is that its people investing in people, kind-hearted patrons give money to artists they want to see succeed in whatever goal they are working towards. On the surface, it’s quite an innocent concept, however where the lines get blurred is when the argument of genuine need for support vs monetary greed comes into question. Continue reading “The Problem with Patreon”

My Anime/Manga/TV Backlog

My Anime/Manga/TV Backlog
Date Published:
 October 5, 2016

I’ve always kept up with my favorite shows and reading but as of late, I have added a few new ones, after finally dropping the ones that either ceased holding my interest or not as enjoyable for me as they were when it first started. This list is very much anime and manga centric with some western programming mixed in, the list doesn’t follow any specific order unless otherwise specified in the description. Continue reading “My Anime/Manga/TV Backlog”

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