Coco picks up major steam with its ability to tell a story that transcends race or religion, taps into the core of human nature, and explores elements of life and death.
While, yes, the characters have the same name and roles, this adaption has made them so different from their original counterpart it’s laughable. Light Yagami turn Turner becomes an idiot lovelorn teenager with conscious; Misa turn Mia becomes a methodical death-fetishizer; L becomes a heavily irrational and overly emotional dumb dumb.
Before the times of Stardew Valley, there came another: Harvest Moon. It’s a leisure game without many deadlines or hard goals, where players are able to customize their farming fantasy: how they make money, who they befriend, who they marry, and basically what they do from dusk until dawn.
Love Tribe Apparel has teamed with Nickelodeon to bring us a new line inspired by hit 90s shows from the network. The line plays homage to some of our fave childhood shows, including: Hey Arnold!, All That, The Rugrats, Ren & Stimpy, SpongeBob Square Pants, and more.
People like to shit on certain anime for their filler episodes, but really, Pokemon was a collection of practically ONLY filler episodes. Rinse, repeat. Nothing significant happened for a good 90-95% of the time.
Hey! Arnold in general has a clove of very interestingly developed characters who are also worth trying to understand. But even with the colourful cast of characters, there’s no denying that Helga is the most complicated one.
With all of the hijinks and misadventures our favourite characters got entangled with, it was easy to miss out on the things that they are trying to teach us. So, to jog your memory, I compiled a list.
The past decade has seen a promising comeback from Disney; even the movies not included on this list were serious contenders!
Canada may have given us an abundance of shows that we never asked for, but every once and a while, they’re able to hit the nail on the head and produce something fun, entertaining and totally worth your while.
NANA is a nice blend of the traditional elements of an anime, and completely going in the opposite direction of what we’ve come so used to.