Browse By

Tag Archives: Television

So they’re rebooting DuckTales

So have you heard that Disney is rebooting DuckTales? I’ll give you a few minutes to get the DuckTales theme out of your head before continuing. For those of you who may be too young to remember – hard to believe the show made its

Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan. Odds are good you don’t even need to have watched the show to know about it, and to have heard plenty about it, which is quite remarkable in some respects. Like the lovechild of Pacific Rim and HP Lovecraft, Attack on Titan

Black Lagoon

Toonami’s been on a bit of a hot streak lately – the last few months has seen it become the host of the massively popular Attack on Titan, and before that, Space Dandy (more on that show in a few weeks) and the very popular Sword Art

British Weeaboos – Introducing the Teaboo

While there has been a notable British presence in global culture for centuries, and in modern pop culture since the British Invasion of the 60s, but one must admit, there has been an upswing as of late. Monty Python made waves with its farewell tour, and James Bond is better than ever. BBC shows like The Musketeers, Sherlock and Doctor Who are ratings gold. Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings/Hobbit books and movies have defined fantasy for a generation. None of this is surprising – what is surprising though, is that thanks to social networking, we are witnessing an embryonic British subculture akin to what is more common from Japan or China.

The Musketeers

Hot on the heels of the premiere of the new season of Doctor Who, BBC America was quick to use the occasion to promote some of their other new shows, Intruders being the chief one, debuting right after the Doctor Who opener. While I’ve talked

Top 10 Best Monty Python Sketches

My dear readers, I just got back from attending the simulcast of the final night of Monty Python Live (Mostly), the long talked about Monty Python reunion for one last big show before the five surviving members join the late Graham Chapman in the bleedin’

Cosmos A Spacetime Odyssey

When Carl Sagan’s Cosmos aired on PBS back in 1980, it was for lack of a better phrase, out of this world. Through the 13 hours that would make up the series, astrophysicist Carl Sagan would take the audience on a personal journey through the