Roger Rabbit’s first ever theatrical short is packed with hidden gags you could never see with the naked eye. If you saw Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, you might remember all to well…
Animators have been hiding things in plain sight since the medium of cartoons was invented. But Roger Rabbit? Lordy mercy, did they take it to the next level!
MOVIE REVIEW! Everyone’s favorite scoundrel is back, but with a new, younger look! Does Solo pass the Kessel Run, or is it just a hunk of junk? Find out now!
COMIC REVIEWS! This week it’s an indie spectacular with Aftershock Comics’ Brothers Dracul and the new Image series Crude!
Romeo & Juliet may very well be the oldest romantic tragedy of all time, and adding ninjas to the mix is an obvious must. But does that make Basilisk worthwhile or should the series be left buried? A.S.S.K Me Queries… Read more
Before Devilman Crybaby, before Ping Pong, Masaaki Yuasa had created one of the strongest, trippiest anime to date: Kaiba.
Get in my head, as I try to get into Yuasa’s and discover what makes Kaiba so great!
Cowboy Bebop wasn’t the only late 90s space epic barreling through anime fans hearts, Outlaw Star existed too!
Bobby’s World goes Semi-Pro in the Bloodsport of Hairspray all over the Dark City on a new Thirty Twenty Ten!
WARNING: This podcast contains three privileged white guys who have no business talking about struggle talking about struggle. They mean well.
One of the most stylish shows of the last 5 years gets the full A.S.S. treatment. But is Blood Blockade Battlefront more style over substance?
♫ Someone’s turning five soon, so let’s look at one of the strongest anime and manga of the last 10 years in Attack on Titan ♫
Be here tonight at 6PM Pacific / 9PM Eastern to watch the cult classic that taught a generation of nerds how to care too much about useless minutiae. We’re watching Clerks!
This has to be the most anyone has discussed newspaper comics in at least 25 years.
A surprise for many of 2017, Houseki no Kuni was called a gem among countless other anime, but does it crack under the pressure, or is this a precious jewel worth the investment?
15 years later, this modern classic is worth your attention.
FLCL is Anime Streaming Showcase’s newest feature.
If you’re under 40, odds are you’ve never known a world without Weird Al. Even if you aren’t a fan of his music, you’ve probably seen him pop up in cartoons, TV shows, movies, commercials, Youtube, podcasts, and every other… Read more
The King of Monsters takes back his long lost crown as the latest Anime Streaming Showcase goes Kaiju Krazy.