Star Wars Andor is the first Disney Star Wars project that feels like it isn’t trying to sell you something… but tell you something. So let’s dive into the anti-totalitarian history of Star Wars and Andor.
Monster in My Pocket is a media franchise developed by American company Morrison Entertainment Group or MEG Toys.
A sort of spiritual successor to M.U.S.C.L.E. Monster In My Pocket were also primarily tiny unpainted figures but there were also trading cards, battle cards, board games a Monster in My Pocket Nintendo game and an animated pilot.
There was also controversy regarding the eventual introduction of Pokemon which led to lawsuits and, more recently, a minor controversy regarding the South Korean band BTS.
Welcome to the Corporate Casket, a weekly series where bad businesses go to die. Today we take a look at a slightly older episode: “Explaining Qanon: The Bad, The Ugly, and the Headaches”. We think the memory should be kept alive about what this group / cult / whatever is and or was. Iilluminaughtii does a great job here.
“Funny Paperback” (until 1987 “Walt Disney’s Funny Paperbacks”), LTB for short (from German “Lustiges Taschenbuch”), is a German-language comic publication that has been published by Egmont Ehapa Media since 1967. Paperbacks are usually 256 pages (250 pages comics). By December 2022, 566 volumes had been published. There are also numerous sub-series and new editions.
Comics from the universe around Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse appear in the Funny Paperback. The vast majority of comics come from Italy, and there are also a significant number of comics from Scandinavia. Comics from other countries are rare, e.g. B. in volume # 53, which includes several US stories by Carl Barks. And as this is the 75th episode, Jarmo Dorak gives a quick overview over this series of books.
This is Lady Emily. She’s just a girl who loves analyzing media, both popular and obscure. She’s doing research about stuff. This is one of her essays. In which we look at Doug Walker’s forgotten attempt to move on past the Nostalgia Critic.
This is a collection of some of our past videos about shows originally created in Japan then imported into the US all bundled into 1 video making it easy to just put on in the background and watch the channel evolve over the years.
► Episode Chapters ◄ 1:49 – Battle Beasts 8:57 – Transformers 18:37 – Battle of the Planets 31:22 – G-Force 43:14 – Micronauts 1:03:35 – Saber Rider & The Star Sheriffs 1:16:06 – Ronin Warriors 1:28:09 – Mobile Suit Gundam 1:51:32 – Mobile Suit Gundam Wing 2:10:31 – Sailor Moon
Today we’re tackling some claims made by anti-immigrant GB News broadcaster Nigel Farage following the latest census. Most of what he says is incorrect, some of it is a straight up lie. Let’s chat about it.
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