It was 20 years ago today that the Power Rangers first front-flipped one-by-one over a camera before posing for children everywhere with a television (or at least those with fancy satellite TV services). The heavily adapted Japanese import’s legacy is undoubtedly huge – just about everyone in their 20s knows the original six rangers, and has their favourites.
It feels crazy to me that its been a week since Ayacon 2013 ended. As my first big summer anime convention, I’d been really building it up in the weeks prior to the event – thinking about staying in a sizeable chunk of a University campus with anime, manga, Japanese culture, games, friends and weeaboos as far as the eye could see.
Massive Spoilers for Brothers (sort of) below. You have been warned.
So finally, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is out. Hearing pretty much universal praise on Twitter is pretty heartwarming, and frankly validating of my own opinions towards it. There’s something very important in the way its story is told, and I’ve been wanting to talk about it for a while now.
So I’m sitting here, listening to the final version of The Sonic Stadium’s Music Adventure 2012. I’m only on my second play through (there’s a very good reason for that), however I’m not getting tired of any of the songs just yet.
Ladies, Gentleman, Bi-gendered CurrentGen readers and fans Solar System wide. Welcome to the First Annual 54th CurrentJennies, where we announce our Game of the Year for 2012. This year has been yet another great year for video games, however there was one stand out title that was the only choice to recieve the prestigious Jeannie.
The autumn season for Anime in 2012 is in full swing, and is possibly one of the strongest seasons in Anime for a couple of years now. With 15 brand new shows seeming very promising, and some sequels to other popular series, Anime fans have not been starved for content.