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Opening Theme Revealed for new Duck Tales Series.

If you were a kid of the ’90 then you will be excited to know that Disney continues to reveal more details about their upcoming Duck Tales series. They have now revealed the theme to the new series. The theme

Studio Ghibli Celebrates Delicious Anime Food

As far as animated food goes, Studio Ghibli’s looks delicious. Recently opened at the Ghibli Museum, and running untill May 2018, there is an official exhibition depicting recreations of the studio’s eats. The exhibit is called “Delicious! Animating Memorable Meals”

‘Batman’ actor Adam West dies

Adam West, the actor who portrayed the superhero Batman on television in the 1960s, and who seemed trapped in the character’s cape and tights for the rest of his career, died June 9 in Los Angeles. He was 88. Other

Watch (Part Of) A Mario Anime That’s Been Lost For Almost 20 Years

While most of Mario’s adventures through 1980s animation have been preserved on YouTube, not everything has managed to find its way online. Like 1989’s Super Mario Traffic Safety, which for the first time we’re now able to watch (well, at

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Official Teaser

Star Trek: Discovery – trailer

Cardcaptor Sakura (episodes 1-10)

In my first post on Cardcaptor Sakura I mentioned that I went into this series not expecting to enjoy it but to get a quick blog post. Boy was a wrong. Now that I am 10 episodes in I fing

X3: The Last Stand (2006)

This is a repost from The Dragon’s Tower. The third of Bryan Singer’s X-Men trilogy depicting Marvel’s X-Men superheroes released in 2006 by Fox studios. The other two movies in the trilogy are X-Men (2000) and X2: X-Men United (2003).

X2: X-Men United (2003)

This is a repost from The Dragon’s Tower. The second of Bryan Singer’s X-Men trilogy depicting Marvel’s X-Men superheroes released in 2003 by Fox studios. The other two movies in the trilogy are X-Men (2000) and X3: The Last Stand

X-Men (2000)

This was originally posted on The Dragon’s Tower. The first of Bryan Singer’s X-Men trilogy depicting Marvel’s X-Men superheroes released in 2000 by Fox studios. The other two movies in the trilogy are X2: X-Men United (2003) and X3: The

Cardcaptor Sakura (at first glance)

Sakura Kinomoto is your garden-variety ten-year-old fourth grader, until one day, she stumbles upon a mysterious book containing a set of cards. Unfortunately, she has little time to divine what the cards mean because she accidentally stirs up a magical

Best of: TV

With the new year I thought it would be a great time to look back on the last 2 1/2 years and share a short Best of list. Today we are looking at what we here at Hacker Labs –

Pokemon: Master Quest – Part 1

With the Olivine City Gym temporarily out of commission, our heroes are off to the Whirl Cup Competition—and Misty wants in on the action! Resuming their journey, they find that Jessie, James, and Meouth aren’t the only members of Team

Pokemon The Movie 2000 – The Power Of One

This movie takes place sometime during the 2nd season of the tV show. While I have been reviewing later seasons of the show, I will be writing this from the aspect of watching the movie during the second season. Unlike

Star Trek Generations

Jedite83’s Review While Star Trek Generations may not be the best Star Trek movie made it is far from the worst. Star Trek Generations not only brigs the original series and The Next Generation together and, in a way, shows

Pokemon: Master Quest (at first glance)

I finaly started watching the 5th season of Pokemon: Pokemon Master Quest. After watching the first 6 episodes (out of 64 in the US version, 65 in the Japanese version) I can say I’m pretty happy with how strong this