In the world of Exandria, the kingdom of Tal'Dorei is facing a new threat. Something evil, something powerful, something big, and so the kingdom is in need of heroes, but heroes are so difficult to find these days.
Produced and Directed: William Hanna and Joseph Barbera Both Episodes Written By: Jameson Brewer (Story), Tom Dagenais (Story), and Ruth Brooks Flippen (Story) Characters Written by: Joe Ruby & Ken Spears Distributed by: Warner Home Video, a division of Warner Bros. Entertainment UK Ltd. Runtime: 1 hour 17 minutes DVD Cover for Scooby-Doo Meets Batman... Continue Reading →
Set in an Asiatic-like world, in which lives certain humans who can manipulate one of the four elements - Earth, Fire, Water, and Air - using telekinetic abilities known as "bending", with these gifted beings themselves being known as "benders". With each generation, there has always been one individual amongst them who is the only being able to manipulate and master all four elements, known as The Avatar, the one who will bring balance to the world and fight for peace amongst the four nations of the world.
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.
Intro: Though there are many fans of the games, particular ‘The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’, I have not met many people who have read the books that came before the games, until the series was announced and then all of a sudden people began reading the books. I’ll admit that I personally hadn’t played the... Continue Reading →
Intro: Many fans remember watching the classic Batman: The Animated Series back in the day, and many still claim that it's the best Batman series ever made. It's hard to argue with that fact, but that doesn't mean there aren't other great Batman shows out there. Some of you reading this might be thinking "Well... Continue Reading →
It's hard to imagine a Batman show before the famous, campy portrayal of the caped crusader in 1966, starring Adam West in the titular role of Batman, but believe it or not, there was at least two film serials about Batman before the popular 60's show.
Stargirl is the latest DC television series to grace our screens. Set aside from the Arrow-verse (although it may merge in the future, despite there having been a JSA in Legends of Tomorrow already), this series is a fresh take on what we know from DC TV so far...
It’s no secret that the ’80s and ’90s were a strange time for animation, especially when it came to kids cartoons...
Netflix's Marvel shows started a shared universe, though they have all been short lived despite at least one of them being almost completely successful. It all started with Daredevil season one, as Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson start their journey as lawyers in Hell's Kitchen, New York. Mere hours after obtaining an office, the long... Continue Reading →