Monthly Archives: December, 2015

2 Funny: TMNT – The Wrap Rap

We’re about halfway through December, so I figured it’s high time I posted something Christmas-related here. By now, I’m sure many of us have seen (or have been subjected to) the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ home video release We Wish You a Turtle Christmas. James Rolfe (the Angry Video Game Nerd), Alison Pregler (Obscurus Lupa) …

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Nerdvana: My Top 3 Favorite Renditions of “We Three Kings”

It’s December, the month of Christmas, and with the Christmas season comes Christmas music. You can’t can’t visit any store or turn on any radio station without hearing some Christmas themed song of some kind. Just about everyone has a favorite Christmas song, be it “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer”, “Santa Claus is Comin’ to …

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Videots: Seeking a Friend for the Sports Hero Team

When SNK started their King of Fighters fighting game series in 1994, with the imaginatively titled King of Fighters ’94, it became a long-running and successful franchise, and it’s not hard to see why. In some ways KOF ’94 was SNK’s equivalent to Laff-A-Lympics: a mega crossover assembling a galaxy of favorite characters alongside new …

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Cartoon Country: X-Men Evolution – “Walk on the Wild Side”

Today’s Cartoon Country looks at the second season episode of X-Men Evolution titled “Walk on the Wild Side”, in which the female X-Men (specifically Jean Grey, Amara Aquilla aka Magma and Tabitha Smith aka Boom-Boom) get fed up with playing second fiddle to the guys, and form an all-female vigilante crime-fighting group called the Bayville Sirens. Shortly …

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Toons & Tunes: CN Shorties – Atom Ant

Today’s Toons & Tunes is another Cartoon Network Shortie. Not much to summarize here: a unique take on a classic cartoon character, some arty animation, a cool musical mix (courtesy of Michael Kohler) and some wonderfully corny 1950’s-1960’s era kitsch relating to the Atomic Age. I try not to be one of those overly nostalgic people …

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