I give out my prayers to Kyoto Animation in the wake of the arson fire that claimed the lives of 33 people.
The spoiler free and spoiler review of Enter the Florpus has been put on hold until tomorrow. Until then, enjoy my favorite Zim episodes of Zim!
When it comes to insanity, I think there’s only one cartoon character that has everyone else beat. No, not the Joker; he was a comic book character first. I’m talking about the robot whose brain is literal garbage and tacos: GIR from Invader Zim.
HEY EVERYBODY, ITS ME, JAY! I JUST GOT DONE WATCHING INVADER ZIM: ENTER THE FLORPUS AND HOLY SNAP WAS IT GOOD! I’M TYPING IN ALL CAPS RIGHT NOW BECAUSE I’M … Continue Reading An Important Zim Announcement
My Top 4 Darkest Moments in Invader Zim No matter how much I liked it, I won’t deny that Invader Zim has some seriously dark moments. I think I may … Continue Reading The Times Invader Zim Freaked Me Out
Even after almost twenty years, the CGI in Invader Zim holds up well, seamlessly blending with the 2-D animation. So I thought, heck with it; let’s make an article out of it. These are my favorite CGI moments in Invader Zim. There will be minor spoilers ahead.
If you have seen Invader Zim before, then you know the characters aren’t known for their intelligence. That’s me putting it lightly, too. Almost everyone in the show is too stupid to live. Thankfully, some of the characters show signs of intelligence, if not outright genius. These are the five people I consider to be the greatest bastions of intelligence in a universal sea of idiots.
One of life’s greatest mysteries, to me at least, has been why they cancelled Invader Zim. Seriously, WHY? I LOVEDED YOU ZIM! I LOVEDED YOU!
Five years ago today, we lost one of the greatest comedians in history. We lost the master of improv, Robin Williams.
Nothing is wrong with this website. Your dear friend, RJ, is merely on vacation this week. Therefore, he has left his site in the hands of most incredible, non-alien Earth monkey he knows! And he has a very IMPORTANT announcement. Start observing now!
Rocko’s Modern Life returns after twenty years in space to deliver a touching reminder about the importance of accepting change in life. Not to mention, it’s pretty hilarious.
I know I do Edens Zero every week on my blog, but for some reason I was feeling lazy last week. So rather than do two separate blogs, this time I’m just going to do the two latest chapters together. Besides, they weren’t that long, so I can get away with it. In these two chapters, the conflict with the Scarlet Woman Kurenai escalates to open hostilities.
After a bit of a delay to make sure everything was done right, here’s my review of the Invader Zim special. Enter the Florpus now!
With Rocko returning after 22 years in space tomorrow, I take a look back at the significance and impact of Rocko’s Modern Life.
So, my worst fears concerning Orochi are coming true. Despite everyone in Wano believing Yasuie’s last words, the snake refuses to let his guard down and is on high alert. … Continue Reading High Alert
This is A Tale of Moon and Monsters, and its sequel, Star the Monster Princess. Two stories made by my new internet friend, The Wandering Hippie.