Posts by Adi Tantimedh

About Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh is a filmmaker, screenwriter and novelist who just likes to writer. He wrote radio plays for the BBC Radio, “JLA: Age of Wonder” for DC Comics, “Blackshirt” for Moonstone Books, and “La Muse” for Big Head Press. Most recently, he wrote “Her Nightly Embrace”, “Her Beautiful Monster” and “Her Fugitive Heart”, a trilogy of novels featuring a British-Indian private eye published by Atria Books, a division Simon & Schuster.

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Fruits Basket Anime to Get 3rd and Final Season in 2021

Fruits Basket Anime to Get 3rd and Final Season in 2021

Funimation announced today that TV Tokyo has confirmed the third and final season of the Fruits Basket anime series will premiere in 2021. The hit series just completed its second season on streaming services Funimation and Crunchyroll. Funimation also produces the English dub of the show and will continue to do so for its third […]

Doctor Who Fans Vote David Tennant Jodie Whittaker Top 2 Doctors

Doctor Who Fans Vote David Tennant, Jodie Whittaker Top 2 Doctors

Radiotimes.com, now the Pravda of Doctor Who news, conducted a poll amongst about 50,000 fans to determine who the most popular Doctor is. Don't you just love these polls? The results show that David Tennant comes out on top of the most popular Doctor, with Jodie Whittaker polling second with a total of fewer than […]

Away The First Ad Astra &#038 More: Why So Many Sad Astronauts

Away, The First, Ad Astra & More: Why So Many Sad Astronauts?

Away, the new Netflix series starring Hilary Swank is the latest show about angst-ridden astronauts heading into space. Before that, there was 2018's The First, the Hulu series starring Sean Penn which was about a bunch of angsty astronauts training to go to Mars. These two shows are mainly soap operas about astronauts and the latest […]

Burn the Witch: Crunchyroll to Stream Bleach Creators New Anime

Burn the Witch: Crunchyroll to Stream Bleach Creator's New Anime

Crunchyroll announced that it would stream the anime adaptation of Tite Kubo's Burn the Witch on October 1st at 8 pm Eastern Time in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Oceania, and the Commonwealth of Independent States. They also released a new English-subtitled trailer. Burn the Witch is Kubo's first […]

Your Name: Lee Isaac Chung to Helm Paramount Remake of Hit Anime

Your Name: Lee Isaac Chung to Helm Paramount Remake of Hit Anime

Lee Isaac Chung, the director behind recent Sundance winner Minari, has signed to direct Paramount's live-action remake of hit Japanese anime movie Your Name. The Science Fiction love story centers on a teenage boy and girl from different parts of Japan who discover they can swap bodies and experience each other's lives. As they fall […]

Spy x Family Review: Unique Genre Comedy Fun

Spy x Family Review: Unique Genre Comedy Fun

A spy, an assassin, and a mind-reader get together to form a family. Hilarity ensues. Spy x Family has a unique high concept premise that could only come from a mashup of family genre tropes mashed together to create something new. It's the type of high concept that desperate Hollywood screenwriters would give their fifth […]

I Dont Know How to Give Birth Turns Pregnancy into Madcap Comedy

I Don't Know How to Give Birth! Turns Pregnancy into Madcap Comedy

I Don't Know How to Give Birth! Is a manga that does exactly what it says in the title. That's not meant to be glib. Manga and light novel titles from Japan are shockingly direct when it comes to telling us exactly what they're about. Writer-artist, or manga-ka, Ayami Kazama tells the autobiographical stressful story […]

Moriarty the Patriot: Viz Media Unveils Sherlock Holmes Spinoff Manga

Moriarty the Patriot: Viz Media Unveils Sherlock Holmes Spinoff Manga

Viz Media announced the upcoming publication of Moriarty the Patriot Volume 1, a manga that offers not just an adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes stories, but a spinoff and alternate take on the canon. Sherlock Holmes has always been popular in Japan, which has a huge and voracious readership for detective stories. Japan also has […]

American Ronin: AWA Studios Announces Exclusive Variant Cover Program

American Ronin: AWA Studios Announces Exclusive Variant Cover Program

AWA Studios will launch American Ronin #1 with variant covers as part of Upshot Studios' Retailer Exclusive Variant Program. Ever since launch, the publisher has directly supported retailers worldwide by engaging the comic book retailer community with their ARC (AWA Retail Council). They provide comic shops with advance information, discounts, materials, and marketing support to […]

My Broken Mariko: Yen Press to Publish New Josei Manga

My Broken Mariko: Yen Press to Publish New Josei Manga

Yen Press announced the imminent publication of My Broken Mariko, an emotional new manga about a close friendship between two young women and the devastating impact of suicide as one of them struggles to understand the sudden loss of her best friend. Josei is the genre of manga stories aimed at adult women of college-age […]

#ALIVE Review: The Zombie Lockdown Movie We Need

#ALIVE Review: The Zombie Lockdown Movie We Need

#ALIVE might be the zombie movie of the moment. It's a tightly-written, no-holds-barred zombie movie that features a hero trapped in lockdown during the zombie apocalypse because it's not safe to go outside. Sound familiar? The movie follows Joon-Woo, a gamer, livestreamer, and tech geek played by Yoo Ah-In who sees the zombie apocalypse erupt […]

Doctor Who: Nicholas Briggs Teases Revolution of the Daleks Special

Doctor Who: Nicholas Briggs Teases "Revolution of the Daleks" Special

Nicholas Briggs, who voices the Daleks on Doctor Who, spoke to RadioTimes.com this weekend to tease "Revolution of the Daleks", the holiday special that's expected to air around Christmas this year. Briggs has played the voice of the Daleks in countless Big Finish audio plays since the 1990s and the TV series since its revival […]

Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Manga Improves on the Novel

Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Manga Improves on the Novel

Yen Press has published the manga adaptation of Hajime Kamoshida's bestselling romantic comedy light novel Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, which also got a globally popular anime adaptation. The Yen Press omnibus edition combines both tankubon editions, so the complete first story arc is collected in one book, which is a good […]

Ubisoft Unveils Stormzy &#038 Aiden Pierce In Watch Dogs: Legion

Ubisoft Unveils Stormzy & Aiden Pierce In Watch Dogs: Legion

Award-Winning British musician Stormzy and recurring video game character Aiden Pierce will be in Watch Dogs: Legion, the newest Watch Dogs game coming out later this year from Ubisoft. At the company's digital press conference, Ubisoft Forward, they announced an exclusive collaboration with award-winning British musician Stormzy, and the return Aiden Pearce, the main character […]

Yen Press to Publish Wrestling Manga New Japan Academy

Yen Press to Publish Wrestling Manga New Japan Academy

Yen Press announced today that they have acquired the manga series New Japan Academy, an action-packed comedy manga series featuring stars from New Japan Pro-Wrestling by artist HIROKU. with consultation by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. This series marks the first official manga from New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Given the worldwide popularity of pro-wrestling, of course sports manga […]

Comisery Week – Interview with Verton Banks the Lost Love

Comisery Week – Interview with Verton Banks, the Lost Love

Comisery is an Asian-American Science Fiction Screwball Comedy that Quentin Lee and I created and made over eight weeks during the lockdown. It stars Bee Vang, Harrison Xu, Amy Hill, Jennifer Field, Nat Ho, Sheetal Sheth, Richard Anderson, and Verton Banks. It was a screwball comedy response to the pandemic and living under lockdown. It […]

The Many Different Versions of Mulan

The Many Different Versions of Mulan

Disney's new live-action Mulan movie is a Girl Power fantasy for kids. It isn't the only version out there. Hua Mulan has been a mythical figure in Chinese folklore for over a thousand years, a loyal woman who disguises herself as a man to fight in a war in her ailing father's place, Mulan is […]

Comisery Week – Interview with Nat Ho the Assassin-in-Training

Comisery Week – Interview with Nat Ho, the Assassin-in-Training

Comisery is an Asian-American Science Fiction Screwball Comedy that Quentin Lee and I created and made over eight weeks during the lockdown. It stars Bee Vang, Harrison Xu, Amy Hill, Jennifer Field, Nat Ho, Sheetal Sheth, Richard Anderson, and Verton Banks. It was a screwball comedy response to the pandemic and living under lockdown. It […]

Comisery Week: Interview with Sheetal Sheth the Pragmatist

Comisery Week: Interview with Sheetal Sheth, the Pragmatist

Comisery is an Asian-American Science Fiction Screwball Comedy that Quentin Lee and I created and made over eight weeks during the lockdown. It stars Bee Vang, Harrison Xu, Amy Hill, Jennifer Field, Nat Ho, Sheetal Sheth, Richard Anderson, and Verton Banks. It was a screwball comedy response to the pandemic and living under lockdown. It […]

Viz Media Announces Assassins Creed: Blade of Shao Jun Manga

Viz Media Announces Assassin's Creed: Blade of Shao Jun Manga

Viz Media has licensed Minoji Kurata's manga Assassin's Creed: Blade of Shao Jun. The first volume is scheduled for publication on February 16th, 2021. The manga series is an adaptation of the 2.5D side-scrolling Ubisoft game Assassin's Creed: China. The character Shao Jun first appeared in the animated short film Assassin's Creed: Embers, where she traveled to […]