Category: Anime/Cartoons

Our 5 Favourite Things From Publika Comic Play 2017

By Yue Lynn   Photo Credit: Publika With a load of hype and expectations surrounding Publika Comic Play 2017, said event genuinely delivered the goods! Held from 14th ‘till 19th November at Publika, the giant geekfest hosted a wealth of geekery (featuring influences from the west, east and anything in between), thrilling visitors and geeks alike. One of the best parts about Publika Comic Play 2017 was the fact the whole thing is family-friendly so pretty much there’s something for anyone and everyone! Without further ado, here are five things we truly enjoyed from Publika Comic Play 2017! Games,...

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The Level’s Artist Spotlight #5: Jennifer Teh

By Yue Lynn Thanks for sticking around and joining us for our fifth episode of The Level’s Artist Spotlight! For this interview, we have the wonderful Jennifer Teh with us! Describe yourself briefly so that readers get to learn more about you and how awesome you are! I am a varied artist who dip my hands in with both traditional and digital medias, and I am also an animator specializing in 2D animation, digitally. What do you do for a living? Also, are you an artist full time/part-time/freelance or etc.? I work as an animator by day, and a...

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Hiromi Tsuru, Voice Actor of Bulma From Dragon Ball Z Has Passed Away

On the 16th of November, Hiromi Tsuru was found unconscious at the side of the Shuto Expressway, with the hazard lights still on and seat belt still attached. She was rushed to the hospital, but was pronounced dead. The 57 year old actress had a belt of accolades around her waist, most famous being the voice of Bulma from the Dragonball series, Ukyo Kuonji from Ranma ½, Reiko Mikami from Ghost Sweeper Mikami as well as the voice of Naomi Hunter in the Metal Gear Solid game series. Thank you for the memories, Hiromi Tsuru. May you rest in...

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REVIEW: Justice League

By Matt Liew   DC’s Justice League had us waiting with bated breath. Yes, we haven’t exactly had the greatest opinion of recent DC movies (see: BvS Review & Suicide Squad Review), but we were hoping that Justice League would do better. Our spoiler-free opinions after the jump: Notable scenes shown in the trailers are funnier in the trailer than in the movie Taking a leaf out of Marvel’s page, Justice League is jam-packed with memorable & quotable moments. While being breath of fresh air for DC, Justice League had the misfortune of showing off more than half of...

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The Level’s Artist Spotlight #4: Rociel

By Yue Lynn  Photo Credit: Rociel Hey there folks! Welcome back to The Level’s Artist Spotlight and our fourth interviewee is none other than Rociel! Photo Caption: Rociel with some of her artworks. The artworks featured in the photo are sold at GoJyu5. Describe yourself briefly so that readers get to learn more about you and how awesome you are! I am Rociel, artist and musician, and I weave tales through sound and vision. What do you do for a living? Also, are you an artist full time/part-time/freelance or etc.? I was working with Leo Burnett for the last...

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