5 Reasons to Watch Attack On Titan

The fourth and final season of Attack On Titan is nearly upon us. The hit anime series will be ending more than seven years after premiering in 2013. Having received widespread acclaim, Attack On Titan has transcended the anime genre to become of the most captivating shows on television during its era. Here are the […]

Kang the Conqueror is Coming for the MCU

Last Monday it was reported that Jonathan Majors will join the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Kang the Conqueror in Ant-Man 3. Majors broke out in 2019’s The Last Black Man In San Francisco and currently stars in HBO’s Lovecraft Country. He will now bring his talents to a villain whose big-screen debut has long been […]

Manga Review – Venus In the Blind Spot

Legendary horror mangaka Junji Ito is best known for acclaimed series such as Tomie, Uzumaki, and Gyo. However, his newest release, Venus In the Blind Spot, offers a collection of several short works from across the writer and illustrator’s renowned career. Ten stories are featured, including seven original pieces from Ito and three adaptations. I […]

A Mega Update in Pokémon GO

Pokémon GO is a game that has been downloaded over a billion time, was named “Best Mobile Game” in 2017 by the Game Developers Choice Awards and “Best App of the Year” in by TechCrunch. Maybe you played it but eventually deleted it or maybe you never stopped playing. Recently Niantic, the developers of Pokémon […]

Inuyasha is back in its successor show: Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon

Animated cartoons and TV shows are practically the bread and butter of our childhood and our teenage years. But anime is something that you discover when you’re either a child, a teen, or an adult, and usually, it’s mostly your teen years that you discover it. Fortunately for me, I was exposed to it at […]

My Thoughts On The Analogue Pocket

Portability is something I’m generally a sucker for since it’s always nifty to bring something on the go, like a laptop, your phone (since it can do everything), even earphones which wirelessly, they’re super portable, the idea of bringing a certain electronic on the go has always been a certain niche that a lot of […]

How Prince Panther Has Kept Mortal Kombat’s Competitive Scene Alive in 2020

In a year where it was supposed to expand to greater heights than anyone could have imagined, 2020 has instead seen the fighting game community sink to an all-time low. Global cancellations of tournaments, unreliable online netcodes, and a shameful chain of sexual abuse scandals have shaken the community from top to bottom. One of […]

What It’s Like To Be Burnt Out and Have Writer’s Block

This is probably an article I never thought I’d write given I’ve been launching articles in a never ending barrage, but in late May, I put out my last article and spent the entire month of June on break from article writing. I went from having a lot of ideas to write, to having too […]

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remaster To Have Local and Online Co-Op

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remaster All Ages of Geek

The Final Fantasy franchise has been going on a nostalgic trip with their latest games, and they are keeping that trend going with their upcoming title Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition. With this new iteration of an old classic, fans of the original will get to play the game with updated graphics while playing with the same play […]

Constructed Language: Hobby of Insanity

[Image description: A screenshot from the Lord of the Rings movies. Fingers hold up a golden ring (the One Ring) with bold, glowing Elvish script.] Whether you know it or not, the idea of constructed language is something that you’ve probably run into before. Even a lot of people that aren’t within the realm of […]