Jay Salinas

Midnight Sky #1 (Review)

Midnight Sky #1 (Review)

Midnight Sky #1 Scout Comics Written by: James Pruett Illustrator: Scott Van Domelen Colors by: Ilaria Fella DragonCon was hot, crowded, and contained more awesome than even one of America’s premiere cities could hold. My favorite area was the comic book pop artists...

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The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Legendary Edition Review

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Legendary Edition Review

Anyone who enjoys video games stands a high chance of being a Legend of Zelda fan. Even if you're not a gamer, you enjoy and appreciate the historic aesthetics of Legend of Zelda. Chances are you even got a favorite Zelda title. I’m guessing you'll correct someone...

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Dragonball Super Volume 1 Review

Dragonball Super Volume 1 Review

Since 2015 Dragonball fans have been rejoicing for a number of reasons. Dragonball creator, Akira Toriyama, slipped back into the industry spotlight with his new canonized continuation of Dragonball with Dragonball Super, which continues from the events after the...

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Food Wars Co-Creator Yuto Tsukuda Attending Anime Expo 2017

Food Wars Co-Creator Yuto Tsukuda Attending Anime Expo 2017

If you're heading to Anime Expo this year and you love the culinary anime hit, FOOD WARS! (Shokugeki no Soma), then you don't want to miss your chance to see FOOD WARS! co-creator Yuto Tsukuda. Anime Expo will be open July 1st-4th at the Los Angeles Convention Center,...

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One Punch Man Season 1 Limited Edition Box Set Review

One Punch Man Season 1 Limited Edition Box Set Review

Every year, there tends to be one or two anime that define that year in retrospect. In 2013, it was Attack on Titan.  In 2014, it was Tokyo Ghoul, and in 2015, that show was none other than One Punch Man.  That's not to say 2015 wasn't a competitive year, and that's...

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Sailor Moon R: The Movie Blu-Ray/DVD Combo Pack Review

Sailor Moon R: The Movie Blu-Ray/DVD Combo Pack Review

For many of us growing up in the late 80's and early 90's, our first venture into the beauty of Japanese animation most likely came in the form of nostalgic shows like Voltron, Robotech, or, in this case, Sailor Moon. Most people hear Sailor Moon and think it's just a...

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Tekken #1 Review

Tekken #1 Review

Tekken #1 Titan Comics Written by: Chris King Art by: Jesus Hervas Color by: Jason Wordie I wasn't introduced to the Tekken franchise until I was nearly out of high school. At that time, I was getting accustomed to a new set of friends, and they were all fighting game...

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