HUZZAH! Six more GLORIOUS episodes of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, The Avengers!! Volume two is rightfully dubbed “Captain America Reborn!”. In the eigth episode, ‘Some Assembly Required’, you see that the Avengers are lacking as a team. Something just isn’t right with it all. But they still manage to come together. And, with that said, episode nine (Living Legend) lays the groundwork for what will ultimately be a great team dynamic. Captain America returns!! in a somewhat “Ultimate”-style comeback (watch/read The Ultimates), Captain America tries to come to terms with the 21st Century and proves to be a great asset to the team. He also realizes that there are threats that are more familiar to him than most. With that in mind, Cap joins the team. :) … Continued »
The Marvel Universe presented in EMH in season two keeps expanding. In the fourth episode of season two, “Welcome to the Kree Empire,” we see Ms. Marvel & Mar-Vell in action. In the fifth episode, “To Steal an Ant-Man,” we get Luke Cage & Iron Fist but not most of the Avengers save Pym and the Wasp. … Continued »
OMG! This series is AMAZING! For any Marvel Studios fan that has been aching for some kind of a tie-in or something to scratch that itch, THIS is for you! This 4-parter chronicles the events that take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and shows that S.H.I.E.L.D. always had a hand in all the events.
Watch the Game Show Marathon to help the fight against cancer! Hosts: Christian Carrion, Cory Antonado, & Bob Hagh. Donate to Relay for Life.
Ah, anime: awesome, bold, and weird.
If I, not living in any major metro area, wanted to express my fandom, where would I go? I was pleasantly surprised to find a local anime club, Valdosta State University’s Anime Aftermath. The people have been nice and enthusiastic in the brief time I’ve followed the club. I was bummed after finding out the final meeting was this Saturday. The following is an interview with Anime Aftermath president Shela Amienyi:
RHM: What was your first exposure of anime & manga?
SHELA: I can’t even remember when I first started watching anime. I was one of those kids who woke up at seven on a Saturday morning to watch Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh! and Digimon on TV. I had to, at least, be around the age of ten, if not before.
I first got into manga in the sixth grade. My very first manga was Fruits Basket, volume 2. From there, I would spend so much time in Borders reading manga that Borders became my second home.
RHM: What do you tell someone who confuses anime with children’s cartoons made for a Western (i.e. Non-Asian) audience?
SHELA: Anime is a very different from the average cartoon. Whereas most cartoons are garnered more towards children, anime is a whole new genre of production, which varies in its target market and content. There are anime for children, true; but there are also adult-rated anime.
RHM: Was there an anime club at VSU before Anime Aftermath?
SHELA: I have no knowledge of an anime club before the Anime Aftermath. When I applied to Valdosta, I looked to see if the college had an anime club and the Anime Aftermath page was linked. … Continued »
We here at RHM know that you may want to read about a certain superhero super-group. We’ll prepare lots of Avengers-related stuff in the next week. Maybe there will be a COUNTERPOINT to all the hype. Here are some Avengers items that won’t be avenged next week: … Continued »
Leading up to the Avengers movie, we are going to be reviewing some of the current developments of work that deal with our favorite Marvel Super-Team. Today is no different. The first seven episodes of this new cartoon series are amazing. Each episode leads up to the assembling of the Avengers. You get an introduction to every character and even a few surprises in the form of cameos.
Once upon a time, he gave gamers ProTips. Now he’d likely want gamers to get off the couch with the help of the lifestyle shows he produces. Overseer of the Fun House J.D. Roth is the Redhead of the Day!
Making entertaining shows for 30 or 60 minutes is hard work. The First Annual 24 Hour Game Show Marathon is a huge effort of streaming 24 game shows of various types. I give a lot of credit to hosts Christian Carrion, Cory Antonado, and Bob Hagh for preparing this big event.
The marathon is to support the fight against cancer. Donations are currently accepted. Donors who give $25 will be able to play. This event will start at 3 PM Eastern Time Friday and will be streamed at wsinradio.
Here is the interview with Christian & Cory: … Continued »