Brain Goldner, the Chairman and CEO of Hasbro, mentioned the upcoming D&D film on an earnings call and then went on to talk about a couple of different approaches for a D&D TV series.
In 1973, the invasion of an extra terrestrial life form, the BETA, began a war that has driven mankind to the brink of extinction.
Obsolete is a free anime web series from Bandai Namco Arts. The first half of the series is on YouTube, and if you select subtitled/closed captions you'll get scripted English rather than the algorithms best guess!
The archery anime Tsurune will get a feature length movie.
Tsukimichi -Moonlit Fantasy- is one of those anime in which an ordinary schoolboy is summoned to another world to be a hero.
The story is set in a walled-off town. The towering structures that seal the people in are so tall that no one can see over and the billowing smoke from the thousands of chimneys forever obscure the sky.
Case 4 of The Great Pretender is the longest of the set, running for nine episodes and is focused in Laurent's mysterious backstory.
The mysterious disease enters people through their mind and then affects their body.
Dragon's Dogma was given plenty of hype by Netflix, but is it any good or is The Great Pretender a better shout? In this article, we also catch up with some of the concluding Crunchyroll summer hits to find out which ones finish strongly.
Have you ever had a TV show ruined by the final episode? Ruined, or just disappointed by the finale?