For Pokemon’s 20th anniversary it was decided that an ad on the Superbowl was a good idea. The ad was very vague and seemed like an odd decision for The Pokemon Company to have taken it. Now it seems like it was the perfect decision as Pokemon Go became a huge fad that same summer and in the fall Pokemon Sun and Moon ended up becoming one of the best sold games in the series. Let’s take a look at it again: Continue reading #Pokemon20: Pokémon Super Bowl Commercial→
In 2003 WWE had a commercial where the wrestlers of the company go on a field to teach a lesson to football players. It’s a quick little ad that makes fun of the failure that was the XFL. It’s nice to see humor being self-aware, watch it below.
I couldn’t get enough of Power Rangers as a kid and was so happy when new episodes were coming. When I saw Lord Zedd I knew shit was about to get real and when the Thunderzords needed to be called I was enjoying every second of it so let’s take a look back on Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers Season 2 and if marathoning the show provides a different view.
The great thing about Saturday Morning cartoons is they would often get the voice actors from their different shows and record original lines for bumpers. They could range from a silly references to crossovers with the other shows. So let’s take a look at some of the crossovers that involved Pokemon and Batman The Animated Series. Continue reading Pokemon & Batman crossovers on KidsWB!→
In the early days of Nintendo you used to see a lot more licensing of their stuff thanks to Nintendo of America who knew it was a great idea to have your brand in different places but that liberty NOA had was taken away by Nintendo Co. LTD in japan and they decided to be much more conservative with their use of their Intellectual Property. Nowadays Nintendo is more willing to license their stuff and we’ll see mSore and more in the coming years but let’s take a look back on the first three Super Mario Bros Cartoons that the late 80s and early 90s gave to us. Continue reading Looking back on.. Super Mario Bros Cartoon Trilogy→