Judo Flip! Aaron McGruder’s Boondocks Are Back

It’s time to dust off your Black Power Gloves and Thugnificent mixtapes, because Aaron McGruder’s The Boondocks is coming back for a brand new show. On Wednesday,  Variety reported that Sony Pictures Animation was working on a “reimagining” of the satirical cartoon, scheduled to be released in 2020. Many fans were hesitant upon hearing about…

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Chad Yagami Uses The Death Note To Escape The Friendzone

Image Credit: The Verge Chad — noun. A white male, usually of American origin, who uses his white privilege to vindicate any and all of his actions. The male version of a Becky. *clears throat* Netflix’s Death Note, the uh… “film” based on the Japanese anime of the same name, is scalding hot garbage. If I left this on the…

Mob Psycho 100: Embrace Your Talent

Growing up, I was always forced to go outside and be active. Soccer, football, basketball, tennis -every sport under the sun was forced upon me by my father, hoping that maybe I’d take to one and have a Nike endorsement by 23. Alas, I went through the motions just barely making it. It was easier…

Kiera Please, on Cosplay, Representation and Being Yourself

Kiera Please is a 21 year old cosplayer and internet star, she’s captivated the internet with her incredibly accurate cosplaying. She’s done characters such as Kida from Atlantis: The Lost City, Nani from Lilo & Stitch, the Muses from Hercules and many others. Were you a nerd from a young age or was this something…

REVIEW: Makoto Shinkai’s ‘Your Name’ Is A Unique Love Story

Makoto Shinkai’s Your Name, otherwise known as Kimi No Na Wa, was the biggest Japanese film from 2016, animated or otherwise. Starting this weekend, it will receive a limited theatrical run in the United States, which will include debut screenings of Funimation’s English dub. Within the anime community, there is an incredible amount of hype…