childhood's mysteries

So let me get this straight:

-Samurai Jack has come back to television 13 years after it ended in 2004

-Ducktales is getting a reboot which will air this summer (it looks awesome by the way)

-A spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie, Yooka-Laylee, is coming in April

-The new Power Rangers Movie is coming on March 31

-MST3K is being revived

-Also Parappa the Rapper will be re-released remastered the beginning of next month

-Same with Patapon and Loco Roco at a later date

-Not to mention that the first three games of Crash Bandicoot is getting the remastered treatment

-And Hey Arnold will return in the fall

People, I think 2017 is going to be considered the year where our childhood comes back to us.

Who else used to watch A Pup Named Scooby-Doo on Cartoon Network? I used to watch it all the time! It was a fun alternative to the usual frightful atmosphere of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

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Anime Recommendation: ERASED/Boku Dake Ga Inai Machi

It’s about Satoru Fujinuma, a 20-something year old man…

…who one night witnesses a crime, and somehow manages to fall back in time to when he was a child…

…when he was a child, there was a string of kidnappings and murders of young girls his age, including this girl, Kayo Hinazuki…

…a girl who didn’t feel like she fit in, she didn’t have any friends and was having a lot of troubles in her private life…

…so Satoru decides to befriend Kayo…

…and at the same time, Satoru tries to find and stop the one behind the serial child murders before Kayo is killed again.

I can’t recommend this anime enough. It’s new and short, but it easily shines as one of my favourites. It’s got suspense, it’s got mystery, it’s got sci-fi elements with the time travelling, it’s got emotional moments, cute moments, dark, scary moments…and a rockin’ opening song.


I don’t care how old I get; If there is a Scooby Doo episode or movie on TV, I will watch it. I will wrestle that remote out of your hand if need be.

There’s nothing cooler than a blonde dude with a driver’s license and a plan, an obvious stoner with constant munchies, a girl who is not afraid to show off her intelligence, a girl who is beautiful but equally courageous and loyal and a talking dog solving mysteries and being friends.

Star Trek had never been shown on Soviet television. Neither my parents nor grandparents are even aware of it. You think it means soviet people never saw space gayness or space weirdness? No way. The USSR created its own space cartoon with space gays and sometimes it’s weirder than st:tas. Don’t believe me? Let me show you something:

hello there meet our space family: professor Seleznyov, his daughter Alisa, and Captain Zelyonyy. They are aboard the spaceship Pegas. And they are boldly going to spend their honeymoon on a beautiful planet

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