Invincible is an animated series about Mark Grayson, whose father is the world’s most powerful superhero, Omni-Man. Being half human and half Vultrimite, Mark soon develops his powers, and this puts him on a journey of self-discovery with his dad as his mentor.
Castlevania: Nocturne Follows Richter Belmont, who after witnessing his mother’s ruthless murder, flees to France to continue his family’s legacy of hunting vampires and monsters.
Elemental is a heartfelt animated movie that follows the story of Ember and Wade, two people who connect and fall in love despite their fundamental differences.
After reuniting with Gwen Stacy, Across The Spiderverse see Miles Morales catapulted across the Multiverse, where he encounters a team of Spider-People charged with protecting its very existence. But when a new threat appears, Miles finds himself pitted against the other Spiders and must soon redefine what it means to be a hero.
From The Legion of Super-Heroes to Justice League: Warworld & Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham, Here are four Upcoming DC Animated Movies to Look Forward to in 2023
After burning through eight of his nine lives, Puss in Boots discovers that his passion for adventure has taken its toll on his health. But when he learns about a mystical star that can grant any wish, our fearless feline sets out on an epic journey to find the star and restore his nine lives.
Constantine: The House of Mystery 2022 is a criminally short and unexpected sequel to 2020’s Justice League Dark: Apokolips War. The DC animated showcase sees The Spectre punish Constantine for…
From Invincible to Demon Slayer, and Encanto, find out what were the best animated movies and tv shows from the year 2021. And tell us if you agree with our list.
Arcane tells the tragic story of two sisters, Violet and Powder, whose lives spiral out of control after losing their parents. Things only get worse when the sisters get caught up in the social class war between the rich city of Piltover and The Undercity of Zaun. And soon, Powder and Violet find themselves fighting on either side of a war of clashing ideals.
During this year’s DC FanDome event, DC unveiled its 2022 animated movie calendar. In total, DC will release five original DC Animated Movies. As well as …
From The Ninth Jedi to The Duel, Star Wars Visions is made up nine captivating stories. However, some episodes were better than others. And so here are my picks for the best star war visions episodes of the series.
Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms is a direct sequel to Scorpions Revenge, and it sees Earth Realm’s Heroes, journey to Outworld to face the forces of Emperor Shao Kahn in the Final Mortal Kombat
Castlevania Season 4 was the perfect bookend to an amazing anime series. Despite having several characters spanning its vast world, the Netflix series managed to bring every character’s story and arc to a satisfying end. And by the end, the show…
Demon Slayer: Mugen Train is a heartbreaking story about willpower and determination. The anime sees Tanjiro and his friends Zenitsu and Inosuke join one of the most powerful Demon Slayers, Kyojuro Rengoku in hunting down a demon tormenting people around the Mugen Train.
Amazon Prime’s Invincible is an adult animated series that follows the story of Mark Grayson, a normal teenager whose father is the most powerful…
If there’s one thing you should take away from this review, it’s that Raya and The Last Dragon is a well-made animated movie that perfectly blends action, emotional drama, and comedy.
While 2020 might be thankfully behind us, the year still had some amazing Animated movies and Tv shows. And so here’s our list of the best animated films and shows of 2020.
Attack On Titan Season 4 episode 8, marked the first major death of a Scout since Commander Erwin. Yes, Sasha Braus is dead. And though…
Last week’s episode of Attack on Titan was every bit as amazing as I imagined. However, even though I loved every portion of this brilliant chapter, they were…
Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons sees the terrorist organization H. IV.E. threaten the Wilson family again, decade after a terrible accident scarred the family.
Following the Earth’s Destruction, Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, sees the remaining superheroes regroup and take the War to Darkseid himself, in a final effort to save the world.
With Dracula dead, the Castlevania season 3 kicks off with its characters searching for a new purpose. And this trend splits the new season into…
While it might not have the satisfying ending of its Comic Book counterpart, Batman: Hush still delivers a decent rendition of a fantastic story.
Easily the best animation of 2018, into the Spider-Verse stands out not just because of its incredible soundtrack or its unique animation style, but…
Big Mouth follows Andrew, Jessie, and Nick on their hormonal journey to adulthood. But they’re not alone on this long journey through adolescence, the Hormone Monsters (Connie and Maurice) have their backs covered… well Mostly.
Burdened by his “Chosen One” status, Gary (a Demon Hunter) struggles to stay interested in the Earth-saving duty he never asked for and doesn’t want.
From Flashpoint to Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, Check out the Chronological Watch Order for The New 52 DC Animated Movie Universe.
After being teleported to ancient Japan, Joker (along with other villains) takes over and becomes emperor of the land. Stripped of his weapons and resources, Batman must rely on his skills and the experience of the Batman family (Alfred, the four robins, and Catwoman) to restore peace and return to present-day Gotham.
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay follows Task Force X (their cooler name) as they try to retrieve a mysterious artifact for their boss, Amanda Waller. However, some the most dangerous super-villains on earth also have their sights on this object. Including the immortal Tyrant, Vandal Savage.
In recent years, Animated Movies and series have evolved and become more popular. However, like movies, there are a couple of cartoons that stand out. Here are six animated movies you shouldn’t miss in 2018
Over a decade ago Megas XLR was one of the most popular shows on Cartoon Network, showing with the likes of Samurai Jack and Kids Next Door. Now it’s barely remembered despite its mad theme song and legendary fight scenes.
But was it as good as we remember?