I may be late to talking about it but, if I’m hearing about this Sol Levante today, surely someone out there hasn’t heard about it either so I’m good! Sol Levante is a short film, the world’s first piece of hand-drawn animation made with the high-resolution 4K format in mind, according to Netflix.
You know, at first I thought proclaiming that Netflix’s One Piece Live-Action Series is going to be bad without first seeing it in action is a wild stretch and to be honest, somewhat unfair. Then, I remembered Netflix’s Death Note and my affirmative stance for my claim became that much more stronger. They will never be able to do this anime justice!
Netflix’s The Witcher, one of few series I had been anticipating this year came out three days ago, and I took my time watching the series. My final verdict is that I really liked this adaptation of the books, and it really makes you wanna play the games to learn more about the world of the Witcher.
So I’ve seen talks and argument about Disney’s option of going with the weekly basis strategy. I don’t think people understand that this is actually a better, and quite frankly a smarter option than what Netflix is doing from a business point of view.
I’ve personally have been waiting for Cannon Busters to air on Netflix for a long ass time and now the first season is out, and I have to say I quite enjoyed it.
Ever since The Witcher was revealed, fans of the series have taken to the internet to raise concerns over the possible race & gender swaps of certain characters of the book. This has led to Lauren Hissrich, the showrunner for Netflix’s adaptation to address this by replying to Twitter users online. Her response to one person in particular was rather interesting so I wanted to discuss it today!
I finally took a glance at this new The Witcher series that coming to Netflix. As someone who only played the The Witcher 3, I’m not too familial with the early days of Geralt, however, knowing that the series adapting the books and going about it their own way, it’s safe to say that you won’t have to worry about the TV show not following the game counterpart.
If that poster promo is anything to go on, on top of it been made by Powerhouse Animation Studios, which handles animation for Netflix’s Castlevania series, then it’s safe to say that at least you know the animation is going to be dope as hell.
You know what’s funny? A few weeks back I learned about the first Samurai of African origin who served under the Japanese hegemon and warlord Oda Nobunaga in 1581 and 1582. This took me by surprised. I mean, to think there was actually a real black samurai is kinda insane to me. Now, I learned that there’s going to an animated series based on this historical figure on Netflix.