I was over the moon when I read that Doug Cockle (who is the voice of Geralt in the Witcher games) will be returning to play Geralt in Netflix’s new Witcher anime, Sirens of the Deep.
Galaxy Express 999 feels more like a road movie than a grand adventure. It’s not Lord of the Rings in space despite the half-pint hero setting out on a long journey to do right and meeting mysterious warriors on the way.
Aside from reading the synopsis, I knew absolutely nothing about Blue Giant before going in – and I know very little about jazz (can’t even read sheet music, in fact). But that didn’t stop this from being a very enjoyable film. ~B
I buy my whisky from Masters of Malt (which has an excellent whisky Santa, btw) and they’re an English company. I’m Scottish. And yet, I’m not sure I recall Scotland getting mentioned once in Komada – A Whisky Family. Despite several characters being, you know, whisky fans. It looks like I can forgive Masayuki Yoshihara […]
Without much talent for the job, Rentt finds himself stuck hunting Slimes and Goblins for meager amounts of coin every day. Little does he know, all this is about to change when he comes across a seemingly undiscovered path in the Labyrinth of the Moon’s Reflection.
There’s a lot of Forgotten Runes and more on the way. There’s the comic book series by Joe Rechtman and Reilly Brown, a Forgotten Runiverse MMORPG and even a forthcoming animated series from Derek Kolstad.
O’Malley isn’t just writing; he’s another of the executive producers along with fellow show-runner BenDavid Grabinski.
Freshly released in France is The Animal Kingdom, a sci-fi movie from Thomas Cailley written by Cailley and Pauline Munier.
The male character in Berserk of Gluttony is called “Fate Graphite” and seems to have a destiny.
Neil Patrick Harris looks amazing as the Toymaker, a character last seen in 1966.