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Sailor Moon’s impact on modern American animation remains undeniable

Twenty-five years after its U.S. television premiere, the impact of Sailor Moon on Japanese and Western animation remains undeniable. With its distinct visual vocabulary, story structure, and defined character archetypes, the series not only served as the blueprint for the many Japanese magical girl anime series that…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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This August, TV ventures through The Swamp, Lovecraft Country, and the Lower Decks of Star Trek

It’s ostensibly summer, but there are no road trips or family vacations on the horizon (and if you are bundling your family members into your car, Clark Griswold-style, godspeed/please reconsider.) Instead, as the temperatures continue to rise, we’ll once again be parked in front of our screens, living vicariously…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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This August, TV ventures through The Swamp, Lovecraft Country, and the Lower Decks of Star Trek

It’s ostensibly summer, but there are no road trips or family vacations on the horizon (and if you are bundling your family members into your car, Clark Griswold-style, godspeed/please reconsider.) Instead, as the temperatures continue to rise, we’ll once again be parked in front of our screens, living vicariously…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Japanese engineers won’t let a pandemic stop them from completing a giant, real-life Gundam

The engineers at Gundam Factory Yokohama had the dream of building a giant walking robot and nothing—not even a pandemic—can stop them from realizing it. Their sights set on no less a task than turning a Gundam mech from the long-running science fiction anime franchise into a hulking, deeply impractical reality, these…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Japanese engineers won’t let a pandemic stop them from completing a giant, real-life Gundam

The engineers at Gundam Factory Yokohama had the dream of building a giant walking robot and nothing—not even a pandemic—can stop them from realizing it. Their sights set on no less a task than turning a Gundam mech from the long-running science fiction anime franchise into a hulking, deeply impractical reality, these…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Timothy Omundson on his Seinfeld start and getting back to Psych after surviving a stroke

The actor: Timothy Omundson was still in single digits when he decided on the career path he wanted to follow, and he started that journey before he’d even entered his teens, studying acting at the Seattle Children’s Theater. After spending some time on the stage, Omundson made the jump to on-camera work with a…Read more… […]

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R.I.P. Grant Imahara from MythBusters

As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, former MythBusters host Grant Imahara has died. The news was confirmed by a statement from a Discovery representative, referring to Imahara as an “important part of our Discovery family and a really wonderful man.” A cause of death was not given, but THR’s sources say he died…Read more… Continue […]

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R.I.P. Grant Imahara from MythBusters

As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, former MythBusters host Grant Imahara has died. The news was confirmed by a statement from a Discovery representative, referring to Imahara as an “important part of our Discovery family and a really wonderful man.” A cause of death was not given, but THR’s sources say he died…Read more… Continue […]

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The best TV shows of the year so far

In any other year, a mid-year check-in on the status of TV programming would almost certainly elicit a chorus of “there’s just too much of it!” But as we wait out each new cycle of lockdowns and reopenings, the overflowing content coffers of networks and streamers suddenly seem downright manageable. There’s time…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Captain’s holiday: Celebrate Picard Day with a look at some of Jean-Luc’s best loungewear

Along with Rex Manning Day, Captain Picard Day is one of the few pop culture holidays we can actually get behind. This day of observance of one of Starfleet’s finest captains was established in the Star Trek: The Next Generation season-seven episode, “The Pegasus.” Captain Jean-Luc Picard (the inimitable Patrick…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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