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Need to Netflix a Story or Crack a Quibi Your New Streamer Dictionary

Need to Netflix a Story or Crack a Quibi? Your New Streamer Dictionary

Welcome to "The Great Streaming Wars of 2020"! Is everyone having fun yet? No worries because by the end of August, each and every one of us will be assigned our own personalized streaming service. Then on August 29, (Sky)NetFlix will become self-aware and take ownership of all secondary streaming services, leading to a unity […]

Crunchyroll Kicks-Off Comic-Con @ Home With a Bunch of Announcements

Crunchyroll Kicks-Off Comic-Con @ Home With a Bunch of Announcements

In 50 years of SDCC, we all globally get to experience a first together: SDCC at Home. With it, Crunchyroll kicks-off with its first VIP, Virtual Industry Panel with Adam Sheehan (Director of Events), and Lauren Stevens (Event Manager). It honestly felt like I was in a panel room with the loud music and the […]

Jared Padalecki Tyra Banks Star Trek &#038 More: BCTV Sunday Slices

Jared Padalecki, Tyra Banks, Star Trek & More: BCTV Sunday Slices

Welcome back to BCTV Sunday Slices, our little slice of opinionated heaven where I look back at Bleeding Cool's television (BCTV) coverage from the past week to offer up some wisdom on the conditions of the television landscape over the past several days. This week, things had that slow-n-steady vibe as Skybound Xpo happened this […]

Japanese Actor Attack on Titan Star Haruma Miura Passes Away Age 30

Japanese Actor, Attack on Titan Star Haruma Miura Passes Away, Age 30

Japanese film and television actor Haruma Miura, star of the live-action adaptations of Kimi Ni Todoke as well as Attack On Titan (in the title role of Eren), was found unresponsive at his Minato ward home in Tokyo this weekend and was pronounced dead, age 30. Miura's manager discovered the body after stopping by to […]

CAOS Disco FOX News Glee The Batman &#038 More: BCTV Sunday Slices

CAOS, Disco, FOX News, Glee, The Batman & More: BCTV Sunday Slices

It's time once again for BCTV Sunday Slices, our little slice of weekly heaven where I look back at Bleeding Cool's television (BCTV) coverage from the past week to offer some blunt, opinionated thoughts on what became of the television landscape over the past several days. This week, we saw a post-holiday weekend slow build […]

Lili Reinhart Colin Kaepernick Katy Keene &#038 More: BCTV Sunday Slices

Lili Reinhart, Colin Kaepernick, Katy Keene & More: BCTV Sunday Slices

Welcome to BCTV Sunday Slices, our little slice of weekly heaven where I look back at Bleeding Cool's television (BCTV) coverage from the past week to bestow some incredibly not objective, totally opinionated wisdom on what has become of the television landscape. The week leading into a July 4th weekend tends to be a bit […]

Uzumaki: Junji Ito Talks Inspirations Fears at Winchester House

Uzumaki: Junji Ito Talks Inspirations, Fears at Winchester House

In a recent interview with Crunchyroll, Junji Ito, the mangaka (or writer/illustrator) of the acclaimed manga Uzumaki among many others, describes his inspiration for an assortment of his works. This interview was conducted at the infamous Winchester Mystery House, known for its ever-expanding array of rooms and its presence in the movie Winchester, as well as meriting a […]

Undertaker Blackface South Park Anime &#038 More: BCTV Sunday Slices

Undertaker, Blackface, South Park, Anime & More: BCTV Sunday Slices

Welcome to this week's edition of BCTV Sunday Slices, our little slice of weekly Heaven where I highlight some of Bleeding Cool's television coverage from the past week while bestowing some incredibly not objective, totally opinionated wisdom on what the past week brought to the television landscape. In the BCTV Comments section below, you are more […]

Star Trek Lucifer AHS &#038 More: BCTV 2020 Influencers Mid-Year Report

Star Trek, Lucifer, AHS & More: BCTV 2020 Influencers Mid-Year Report

So back at the beginning of the year, we published The Bleeding Cool Top 30 TV Series Influencers 2020, a look inside the BCTV "crystal ball" to predict the broadcast, cable, and streaming shows that would have a major influence on our viewing habits as we rolled through 2020 – and beyond. We made some changes […]

Preacher Done Cowboy Bebop Style 5 Shows Begging to Be Made Anime

Preacher Done Cowboy Bebop Style? 5 Shows Begging to Be Made Anime

We have seen anime brought to life before, but today we're switching things up. Today we talk about which live-action shows would make great anime. It seems it might be a bit more effective to translate live-action shows into animated form than the other way around considering all the failed attempts at making live-action versions […]

Horror Anime Uzumaki Storyboard Taken Right From Junji Itos Manga

Horror Anime Uzumaki Storyboard Taken Right From Junji Ito's Manga

Junji Ito's horror-manga masterpiece Uzumaki is being adapted into a four-part anime, but concerns with their scheduled deadlines due to the COVID-19 have been very apparent. Still, it is clear from the following storyboard stills, linked on Twitter from the official Uzumaki anime profile, that its team is on-schedule and still working diligently to ensure that […]

The Promised Neverland: Amazon Lands Live-Action Adaptation Series

The Promised Neverland: Amazon Lands Live-Action Adaptation Series

It appears hit Japanese manga series The Promised Neverland will be taking the next step in its on-screen evolution, with Heroes star Masi Oka, writer and director Rodney Rothman (Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse), and Vertigo Entertainment bringing a live-action series to Amazon. With Rothman directing and Meghan Malloy (Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse) writing the pilot, […]

Cardcaptor Sakura Digimon Ranma 1/2 and More: My Anime Comfort Food

Cardcaptor Sakura, Digimon, Ranma 1/2 and More: My Anime Comfort Food

I am a big enthusiast of the 90's anime I grew up with. I re-watch them like crazy, especially now that I have been working from home. While I look for new anime to watch, I still keep running back to my comfort shows in order to keep a better mind-set and sometimes escape reality […]

HBO Max Move Over: EdenTV+ Is The Streamer You Need in Your Lives

HBO Max, Move Over: EdenTV+ Is The Streamer You Need in Your Lives

Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, HBO Max, Peacock, plus whatever Quibi's trying to do: all these streaming services are making my head spin. I mean, really, you're telling me I have to sign up for like seven different streaming services all for a few shows on each (HBO Max the latest)? Yes, companies all want my hard-earned […]

That Time I Got Reincarnated As a Slime Is Power Fantasy For Gamers

That Time I Got Reincarnated As a Slime Is Power Fantasy For Gamers

That Time I Got Reincarnated As a Slime is a pretty self-explanatory title. It tells you exactly what the story is about. And who would have thought this Light Novel (Young Adult) series would end up becoming a semi-major franchise that spawned a number of manga series and an anime? Why people in Japan, that's […]

Uzumaki Anime Adapt Process Has Junji Ito Feeling Like Hes Dreaming

Uzumaki Anime Adapt Process Has Junji Ito Feeling Like He's "Dreaming"

In an interview with Crunchyroll recently published on YouTube, horror manga creator Junji Ito spoke about the origins of his work writing manga, the adaptation process with which his acclaimed manga Uzumaki will become an anime (to be released later this year), and some important tidbits of information surrounding the anime. He even implied what may be […]

Cowboy Bebop Cast Composer Yoko Kanno Release COVID-19 Charity Song

Cowboy Bebop Cast, Composer Yoko Kanno Release COVID-19 Charity Song

Yoko Kanno might be one of the greatest pop and soundtrack composers in the world. She's certainly one of the coolest. She will always be known and loved for the soundtrack of Cowboy Bebop. The anime series, which premiered back in 1988. Her music created the perfect mood for a pop-jazz show about down-on-their-luck bounty […]

Digimon Adventure 2020 Season 1 Episode 2 War Game Review

Digimon Adventure 2020 Season 1 Episode 2 War Game Review

The second episode of Digimon Adventure 2020 was a worthy follow-up to the season opener, packed with action while introducing us to other characters with overwhelming us with too much, too soon. It felt like we were given just enough to grab our interest in seeing where several side storylines go. It might seem to […]

My Hero Academia: Returns &#038 Reveals Power Solid Tweener Ep [REVIEW]

"My Hero Academia": Returns & Reveals Power Solid "Tweener" Ep [REVIEW]

This season, My Hero Academia has given us one quality episode after the other – and "Japanese Hero Bilboard Chart" keeps that momentum rolling along. It was interesting to see how they are finally trying to get things back around to superhero action again. This episode proved much more of a balance between slice-of-life anime […]

My Hero Academia Review: Our Heroes Let It Flow at School Festival

"My Hero Academia" Review: Our Heroes "Let It Flow" at School Festival

This new vibe of offering viewers more intimate, behind-the-scenes moments appears here to stay – at least for the time being – on My Hero Academia… and I am definitely good with that. This episode was well-structured on a number of fronts and brought tears to my eyes for many reasons. From beginning to end […]