Category Archives: Anime
On this episode of the Nerdgasm Needs podcast I give my full review of Ghost Recon: Wild Lands, talk about the up coming Matrix Reboot, discuss whether or not The Walking Dead is getting lazy, and recommend an awesome anime movie titled Gantz: O. So please give it a listen, share with your friends, and as always let us know what you think Nerd Nation. Are there any topics you’d like to hear me talk about? If so be sure to let me know your thoughts by leaving me a comment below.
The live action Ghost in the Shell movie staring Scareltt Johansson is almost here and the more I see of it the more I like it. The famous rooftop jump scene that we have been seeing so much of lately has been released online and runs about 5 minutes long. Obviously this scene is a lot different than the original anime movie mainly because the Major is trying to save the target rather than kill him, but there are a lot of call backs to the original anime in it, right down to the awesome briefcase guns!
It looks like 2017 is going to be the year of anime live action adaptations. First there was Ghost in The Shell and now the official teaser trailer for Death Note has been released. To be honest with you, this is one anime series that I have never actually watched so I can’t really judge the look and feel of this trailer on anything. However, I have posted below everything that is written about The Death Note live action movie from the Netflix YouTube page.
One Punch Man is undoubtedly one of the most popular anime series to come out of 2016. However, a lot of people have only seen parts of it or haven’t been able to watch it in English. If you guys haven’t had a chance to catch up on One Punch Man or prefer to watch it in English then you are in luck. As of right now you can watch the complete first season of One Punch Man on Netflix in both the original Japanese and newly dubbed English versions.
On this episode I give my review on Resident Evil 7 and talk about other related projects you will want to check out, give my thoughts on Alien Covenant, tell you a story of how Dragon Ball Z saved a kid’s life, and talk about whether or not streaming video games can be hazardous to your health. So please give it a listen, share with your friends, and let me know what you think Nerd Nation. Please give it a listen, share with your friends, and let me know what you think Nerd Nation by leaving me your thoughts and comments below.
There is no doubt that our favorite movies, shows, games or anime series can be a large inspirations in our lives. However, did you ever think that it could possibly save your life one day? One kid found a way to survive one of the worst things imaginable by using his favorite anime character as inspiration. He was stung over 400 times by an angry group of killer bees and he used the Saiyan Prince Vegeta from Dragon Ball Z as his inspiration to fight his way to survival.
2017 looks to be a really great year for the Resident Evil franchise or Biohazard as it’s known in Japan. The Resident Evil: 7 Biohazard game is a critical and commercial success, so why stop there? Back to September of last year we first learned about a new Resident Evil/Biohazard CGI movie that was coming out titled Biohazard: Vendetta. To see that article and the first Japanese teaser trailer just click here. Fast forward 5 months and now we finally get to see the official trailer and hear the English dubbed voices.
Say what you want about there being a live action adaptation of one of the most iconic Anime films of all time, but it’s happening and I’m actually excited for this. Ghost in the Shell was number 9 on my top 10 most anticipated movies of 2017 list, and to hear the rest of the list click here or click on the podcast button on our web page and listen to episode 11. The more I see of this movie the more I am interested in seeing the final result. So far it’s looking pretty good and this Super Bowl spot is more evidence that they actually did the anime justice.