Category Archives: Japan
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!
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.
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.
On this episode we discuss the goods and bads about the Power Ranger movie trailer, Talk about a possible Female Broly coming to Dragon Ball Super, and introduce you to an awesome Zombie board game you need to play! Also you can win a beta key for the “For Honor” closed beta. Listen and learn how to WIN! Please give it a listen, share with your friends, and let me know what you think Nerd Nation. Be sure to let us know what you think about this week’s podcast by leaving us a comment below, on the Facebook page or any of our other social media pages.
Dragon Ball fans have been in love with the latest TV series in the long running anime and manga titled Dragon Ball Super. The 75th episode just recently aired bringing a close to the Future Trunks saga. As good and exciting as that was, what really blew fan’s minds was what aired after the episode and has now gone viral online. A promotion video for the Universal Survival Arc was released and we caught a glimpse of a character that looked very familiar to us long time Dragon Ball fans. It looks like the Legendary Super Saiyan, Broly is returning but not the way we remember him.
The first official trailer for the live action Ghost in The Shell movie is here! Ghost in the Shell stars Scarlett Johansson as Major Motoko Kusanagi. There is no doubt that this live action adaptation of the popular anime/manga has come with some controversy over it’s casting choice. However, both the cast and director has assured fans that this movie was intended to be as accurate as possible. I guess that remains to be seen but I have to admit that it is looking pretty damn good.
One of the most popular and unique anime series of 2016 is getting ready to start work on it’s second season. One Punch Man made it’s Japanese debut in December 2015, then came to the states in 2016, and fans have been anxiously waiting for news on season 2 ever since. According to Anime News Network the popular anime series has been officially green lit for a second season. If you haven’t had a chance to watch the first season of One Punch Man then you are in luck because it is currently airing on Cartoon Network’s Toonami programming black and is also available to stream on Hulu.