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Date registered: April 19, 2012


Former Treasurer of Anicom and current Chair of TV & Movies Soc. I help out where I can and generally do the comics and cartoons part of the Anicom blog. I've been here since almost the beginning of Anicom so if you have any questions or just want a chat then find me.

Latest posts

  1. Movie March – Justice League Dark — March 27, 2017
  2. Monthly Recommendations – August 2016 — August 3, 2016
  3. Justice League Action, Fans, and the 11 Minute Format — February 12, 2016
  4. Cartoon Review – Batman Bad Blood — January 26, 2016
  5. Batman The Killing Joke Retrospective — January 12, 2016

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Mar 27

Movie March – Justice League Dark

Welcome back to Movie March! All month long, we’ll be looking at and reviewing animated films from both the east and the west. For our final western pick, we’re jumping into the latest in the DC Animated movie line, and the seventh in their ongoing continuity of movies, Justice League Dark. Rather than a typical …

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Aug 03

Monthly Recommendations – August 2016

Monthly recomendations continue, a few days late but we’re still here! Each month, we’ll be asking someone to pick out an anime, cartoon, comic, manga and webcomic that they love and think everybody else should check out. This month it’s me, Reaf, regular Anicom contributor and person who spent too much time watching Person of …

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Feb 12

Justice League Action, Fans, and the 11 Minute Format

Recently Warner Brothers finally announced the next DC animated series, Justice League Action. Bringing back Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill, and a few other DC favourite voice actors, and veteran DC animation creators will be working on it, including Alan Burnett, Jim Krieg, and Butch Lukic. The series is using the currently popular 11 minute episode …

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Jan 26

Cartoon Review – Batman Bad Blood

The latest DC animated movie is out and it’s the continuation of the Son of Batman story in Batman Bad Blood. Batman has gone missing and is presumed dead so it’s up to former Robin Dick Grayson to don the Batman costume with Bruce’s son Damian as his Robin to try and bring order to …

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Jan 12

Batman The Killing Joke Retrospective

The Killing Joke is probably one of the more equally famous and controversial Batman comics. Written by Alan Moore and drawn by Brian Bolland in 1988. It is called one of the most important Joker stories and has been given as reference material for the Batman movies by Tim Burton, Christopher Nolan, and the current …

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Oct 12

Anime Review – Valkyrie Drive Mermaid Ep 1

In a world where bras are a rarity and breasts have been largely replaced with water balloons, one random spineless virgin girl must turn into an unimpressive sword to fight other girls who turn into much more imaginative weapons, for reasons that aren’t explained and are probably stupid. Yeah, it’s one of those anime. Valkyrie …

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Jun 27

Anicom end of year stuff!

Probably should’ve posted something sooner, but it’s summer and I got lazy. It was a blast running Anicom this year, we had some great times, got to know a lot of you fun crazy people, and made the Uni year something special. I’m sorry a lot of folks seem to leave after Christmas, but I …

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Feb 26

Comics Review – Spider-Gwen #1

One of the most unexpectedly popular characters Marvel comics has made in recent years, Spider-Gwen managed to get such a fan response that there was so much fan art and cosplay you’d think she’d been around for years rather than it being before her own introductory issue had been released. So with that massive overnight …

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Jan 21

Milestone Media is coming back!

Milestone 2.0 is now going to be a thing. Dwayne Mcduffie, Denys Cowan, Reggie Hudlin, and Derek Dingle created Milestone comics in 1993 as a way to make comics with a greater diversity of people of colour, sexuality, political spectrum, pretty much anything the big comic publishers weren’t doing. In the 80s and 90s creating …

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Jul 19

Cartoon Review – Avatar The Legend of Korra Book 3: Episodes 4 & 5

After a week’s break to celebrate America’s day of explosions and alien’s nearly destroying the planet, Korra is back for another two episodes of season 3. Otherwise known as “pleasedontsuck pleasedontsuck pleasedontsuck!” In our last outing spirits were invading Republic City from last season, so Korra bugged out of there to find new airbenders in …

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