Netflix has finally struck gold with “One Piece,” their latest live-action anime adaptation. Oblogatory looks into how this show made such a big wave.
Oblogatory tracks down Hayao Miyazaki’s first film, “Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro,” made six years before he founded Studio Ghibli.
Oblogatory reviews a show that not only wholesomely portrays multiple LGBT+ relationships, but also perfectly transitions to TV from the notoriously tricky webtoon medium.
What happens when corporate hires a bunch of talented writers, makes them shill toys, then fails to give them any other instructions? These shows are what happens.
This Marvel movie delivers a plot from… the 1930’s?! The Thor series borrows the “comedy of remarriage” from Katherine Hepburn and Cary Grant films for its latest addition.
Oblogatory reviews Arcane: League of Legends. With 100% critic and 96% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, there must be some kind of alchemy.
Oblogatory undertakes a super-heroic effort and watches Zach Snyder’s four-hour cut of “Justice League.” While certain sections stand out, its parts never gel into a united front.
This 2019 TV series is a sequel to an “unfilmable” graphic novel made without the author’s approval. There’s no way it’s better than the original, right? Oblogatory watches “Watchmen” to find out.