The concept of a hero who can defeat any foe with one singular punch seems like someone was just trying to make an overpowered hero with zero chance of character progression. It may seem like you'd get bored with every foe being ended with one punch, but in all honesty...it's a lot of fun to watch as the series goes on, because the hero himself gets tired of being so strong and unbeatable.
Tanjiro Kamado is a young teenage boy who shows nothing but kindness to anyone and everyone he meets. For years he has lived a happy life with his widowed mother, three young brothers and two younger sisters, but all of that changed when Tanjiro returns home one morning to find his family murdered by a demon. Everyone, except for his sister Nezuko is slaughtered, but Nezuko alone is instead transformed from a human into a demon.
It’s no secret that the ’80s and ’90s were a strange time for animation, especially when it came to kids cartoons...
Introduction: In 2006, following the success of the live action Hellboy film by Guillermo del Toro, it seems as though the cast weren't quite finished playing their roles in this universe of dark, lovecraftian and folklore horror, and decided to reprise them, or at least their voices, for Hellboy Animated: Sword of Storms, which also... Continue Reading →
If you read my The Death of Superman review, then you know what comes next, and why these reviews are so closely published together. If you haven't then I suggest you go back and read that one first as this next review follows the sequel to that film, and I will add to more of... Continue Reading →
Last night (14th January 2019) I went to Cineworld for a double bill screening of the 32nd and 33rd DC Animated movies by Warner Bros Animation Studios; The Death of Superman and The Reign of the Supermen. I can say for sure that these two movies are easily on my top list for DC Animated... Continue Reading →
In 2016 DC fans across the globe rejoiced when we drew ever closer to the release of another DC Animated Film, this time it was an adaptation of the famous Batman: The Killing Joke graphic novel, written by comic book legend Alan Moore and illustrated by Brian Bolland. This story gave us a Joker origin... Continue Reading →