As seen with the recent Jujutsu Kaisen and Demon Slayer Movies, once you are a mega-popular anime series (especially in the west), it's a foregone conclusion that it will be accompanied by a big theatrical feature film. The Dragon Ball series can now be seen as the granddaddy anime, and despite a staggering 20 theatrical films, Toriyama is at it again with the new movie Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. Are we finally at DB fatigue? Here's what critics had to say about the film:
Ironically, on the same day we released our very own Mortal Kombat inspired animation, WB Animations (you know...those that are much better at creating MK animated content) revealed a brand new trailer for there latest film in the Mortal Kombat Legends series. The first trailer for Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind can be seen below courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment. It stars Manny Jacinto as Kenshi, the fighter who's seen both before and after he loses his vision which was one of the key characteristics of the character in the games.
Say what you want about the DCU, but one can argue that DC's animated films have been a fire. Well, at least when it comes to the smaller screen, but a much larger animated feature film has been on the rarer side of things (even though Lego Batman was awesome). So, when the DC League of Super Pets was announced, it caught our attention, but when we heard of its all-star cast, our tails really began to wag in excitement. Just how super is DC's latest animated film? Here's what critics had to say:
'Live to Fight...Fight to Live'. When I first heard that saying in the recent Xenoblade Chronicles 3 trailer, it did two things, it sent a chill down my spine as well as signaling to me just how much more of a darker lore Monolith and Nintendo are aiming for in this iteration. That is not to say the story of Xenoblade 2 was all rainbows and ponies, but it's clear from the jump, Xenoblade 3 is here to take you on a much darker adventure. But will it be a joyful one? Here's what the critics had to say:
Nintendo loves their shadow drops...don't they? Just a day after the delightfully sweet aesthetics of their new eShop-only Kirby game, the big N drops the long-awaited gloomy/dark second trailer for Bayonetta 3. This new trailer gave us a better look at gameplay, a glimpse into the story, a confirmation on returning characters, as well as a brand new 'Virgil looking' playable character (You can take the Platinum out of Capcom, but not the Capcom out of Platinum).
A quick news update on the eagerly anticipated next chapter in the Bleach anime series.
Hey I am Marlon Mcfarlane the writer here at Blue Crescent Studio & a longtime lover of all things Animation & Gaming.