Friday, August 5, 2016

AMV Videos!

I've always been an AMV fan but, despite having more than a passing interest in video editing, never got around to making my own...until 2014.

I ended up putting together two videos, the first, titled "Mighty Wings of Macross" is below.

And then I did another, with an equally strong '80s vibe, featuring classic anime like Bubblegum Crisis, the original Dirty Pair, Mezzo Forte, Kite, Armitage III, Gunsmith Cats, Cowboy Bebop, and Iria: The Animation. Check 'em out!

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Wasteland Wednesday: Dragon Ball Z Arrival

This was the first Dragon Ball Z VHS to be released in the North America via FUNimation and Pioneer. The first several episodes were compiled into an 80 minute feature. This release is really the bridge between the prior Dragon Ball series and what would come later in Z

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Wasteland Wednesday: Speed Racer VHS

In 1990 VidAmerica, Inc. started to release episodes of Speed Racer onto VHS. These were back in the days of one-episode-per-tape.

Friday, July 22, 2016

Shameless self-promotion time!

I haven't published a new blog post in around a week as I've been a bit busy working on a few other projects. What are these projects, you ask? Webcomics! So get ready for some shameless self-promotion as I tell you about these wonderful projects that you'll surely want to read (I hope).

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Throwback Ad Thursday: Manga Video DVDs

With ADV Films, Funimation, Bandai, and all the other anime distributors of the early '00s, it's sometimes easy to forget what a great anime catalog Manga Video had. Despite many of these titles being re-released in recent years, I've still kept a number of the original Manga Video DVD releases, including Castle of Cagliostro, Ghost in the Shell, Ninja Scroll (the 10th anniversary edition), Perfect Blue, Blood: The Last Vampire, and both of the Evangelion films.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Wasteland Wednesday: Lensman Laserdisc

Something of a forgotten anime release, here is the Lensman laserdisc from Streamline Pictures.