Today marks the 10th Year Anniversary of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012), if one were to count the "sneak peek" airing. This was the first entry from the TMNT Franchise that I saw all the way through from beginning to end.
Today marks the 30th Year Anniversary of Batman: The Animated Series and the DCAU, by extension. The DCAU was my introduction to the characters from DC Comics and I remain grateful for that particular introduction.
Today marks the 5th Year Anniversary of Sonic Mania. As someone who had their introduction to video games through the Sega Genesis Days of Sega's mascot, this game was a dream come true for me and I am hopeful it will receive a sequel some day in the future.
Today marks the 5th Year Anniversary of when DuckTales (2017) premiered. I found this reboot to be an entertaining watch and was impressed by how it incorporated aspects of other Disney cartoons (such as Darkwing Duck). Likewise, I appreciated getting to know Della Duck.
I'm one of those DBZ fans that never saw (Non-Canon) Broly's hatred towards Goku as "because Goku cried a lot as a baby". I saw (Non-Canon) Broly's hatred towards Goku as him associating Goku's crying with the near death trauma endured at the time.
One of the biggest debates I tend to see is where exactly does on draw the line between someone being very passionate about a work of fiction vs taking a work of fiction far too seriously for their own good.
Today marks the 10th Year Anniversary of when the ThunderCats (2011) episode, "What Lies Above: Part II", premiered. While I remain disappointed that the series was not able to finish the story it wished to tell, I am grateful that fans received closure via the podcast interview.
Today marks the 10th Year Anniversary of when the ThunderCats (2011) episode, "What Lies Above: Part I", premiered. I liked how this show gave Vultureman a more unique/distinct name ("Vultaire") and a proper introduction.
Today marks the 10th Year Anniversary of when the ThunderCats (2011) episode, "Curse of Ratilla", premiered. This ended up becoming one of (if not) my favorite episode(s) from the show and Ratar-O ended up becoming my favorite villain from the show.
Some Star Wars fans suggest newcomers watch the first 6 movies in "Production Order" while others suggest "Chronological Order". My suggestion is different from either of those suggestions: I, IV, II, V, III, VI.