English Dub Review: The Reflection “San Antonio”

Big Wheel is like a bull in a china shop.

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English Dub Review: The Reflection “Vy and Michael”

Um, is this show actually getting better?

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English Dub Review: The Reflection “New Orleans”

Well, that’s it. What little interest I have in I-Guy is gone.

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English Dub Review: The Reflection “Lisa”

Yay! Roadtrip!

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English Dub Review: The Reflection “Survivor”

Otherwise known as Episode One: Extended Cut.

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English Dub Review: The Reflection “Ceremony”

You know, if nobody told me Stan Lee created this show, I still would have figured it out.

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Review: Children of Ether “ONA”

Children of Ether is rare territory for Crunchyroll. The service best known for showcasing Japanese language anime now features a franchise created by American-born LeSean Thomas that was produced in Japan for the purposes of international distribution. If you think about it, this is a bit of a landmark event and achievement and if it works Crunchyroll could be going down a whole ‘nother path of animation vertical not seen most anywhere else.

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Here Are Three Black-Produced Animated Projects You Should Know About

Black representation in animation is scarce which sucks but that doesn’t mean producers aren’t trying. In these constantly volatile times where the leader of the free world is constantly judging books by their covers, it’s important to remember the guys that are trying their damnedest to lean forward and make a difference in the adult animation industry. So, let’s spotlight three black-produced projects you need to know about coming from black producers that are every bit as awesome as anything you’ve seen on television.

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