Archive for September, 2021

Lesley's Anime and Manga Corner

LeftField Media, creators of Anime NYC, has announced the debut of Anime Frontier Powered By Crunchyroll — a new anime experiential event taking place December 3-5, 2021 at the Fort Worth Convention Center. With millions of fans worldwide and many who call Texas home, Japanese popular culture is a major force in entertainment. Anime Frontier’s launch will bring the best and biggest talent and content the Japanese pop culture industry has to offer to the Lone Star State. Unlike many other conventions, Anime Frontier will go beyond the expected and bring leading anime publishers, special guests, and show features from across America and Japan in a three-day event never before seen in Texas.

The innovators behind the second-largest anime conference in the United States have big plans for this Texas expansion. When asked about the selection of Fort Worth and the growth of their anime brand, Peter Tatara, Show Director…

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Ringside Logic

In the surprising news column today, AEW announced a partnership with The Owen Hart Foundation to honor Hart’s legacy. The partnership will include various merchandising opportunities, including video game appearances, apparel, and action figures from AEW Jazwares line.

AEW will also produce an annual Owen Hart Cup Tournament where the winner will receive a Cup called “The Owen.”

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Lesley's Anime and Manga Corner

The Fandom Post is reporting that RetroCrush has added the GoShogun anime film to Amazon Prime. The film is available in its English dubbed version.

The story of GoShogun is described as:

A meteor strikes the Earth and is found to emanate a powerful new energy called Beamler, which is used to power a battle robot, GoShogun, and a teleporting fortress, Good Thunder. The Docougar Crime Syndicate, lead by crime lord Neo Neros, try to steal the secret of the energy from the inventor of GoShogun, but he kills himself rather than let them acquire it. His son is targeted by Neo Neros next, but he is taken in by the crew aboard Good Thunder, who travel the world fighting NeoNeros’s forces with GoShogun.

Source: The Fandom Post

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Ring the Damn Bell

Brian Damage

He began his wrestling career getting trained in OVW. He was used as a bodyguard, interviewer, manager, authority figure and a wrestler. Today on the blog, we ask…’Whatever Happened to’ Armando Alejandro Estrada?

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Ring the Damn Bell

Brian Damage

The fictional term of “The Forbidden Door” is used when a wrestling promotion that normally doesn’t do business with other companies, allows their contracted wrestlers to work with another promotion’s contracted talent. While WWE might be arguably the most forbidden of doors in all of wrestling…it has opened its door on occasion to work with other companies. In the past, they have had working agreements with ECW, USWA, New Japan Pro Wrestling and AAA based in Mexico. It has been accomplished, but more times than not…the WWF/WWE lives in its own bubble. On April 13th, 1990, the World Wrestling Federation cracked open their forbidden door to hold a super show with both New Japan and All Japan Pro Wrestling.

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