A fresh dollop of Transformers new with Stua and Tricky!
Toy Fair Transformers news with Tricky and Stu!
The Sci-Fi Channel in the early 2000’s was in many ways my gateway to anime that was aimed at adult audiences that shaped my perception of what the medium could be, films and OVA that came out around the 80’s & 90’s that I was introduced to whether they be good or bad always have a significant impact on a young mind. For me it was a mixed bag as the quality would weave in and out, but when you are watching something so insane and you look back on as being really bad your perception changes but you can still have fun with it. For Genocyber that’s not really the case and why it’s not so much bad as it is infamous for its reputation.
We're back! Stu and Tricky talk Transformers on Welcome to Kimia!
Tricky and Stu! Transformers news! Welcome to Kimia!
Welcome to Kimia is back with more Transformers news with Stu and tricky!
A small dash of transformers news with tricky and Stu on this weeks Welcome to Kimia.
Stu and Tricky talk Transformers again on this weeks Welcome to Kimia!
Tricky and Stu talk Transformers news again.
There is absolutely no method to the madness when trying to define something as widespread as horror, it’s a genre that can cover different subjects that often times it will leave you violated but also wanting more of what it can offer. There’s nothing off limits, through the years horror has come in all shapes and sizes in anime and manga. From the surreal and nightmarish works of Junji Ito to classic works of disturbing traumatization by Kazuo Umezu, this is a field that is seen pretty much all the time in these areas. But when you have an anime that combines ghost stories and elements of mystery with some Japanese folklore you get something, while not being 100% on point is still something to make you feel uncomfortable – That would be Requiem From the Darkness.