Ep 11 ComicPop Get Animated with Kaze No Stigma

Ep 11 ComicPop Gets Animated with Kaze No Stigma

Join Logan and Richard as they travel back to Japan.  While there they wonder into a mystical battle for the ages.  They stand with Kazuma and Ayano as they navigate dangerous waters as well as the dangerous waters of Kazuma and Ayano’s turbulent relationship!  Will they get along enough to defeat the evildoers in Kaze No Stigma: Complete Series.

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Item reviewed:

  1. Kaze No Stigma: Compete Series S.A.V.E., Tyler Walker – director, FUNimation Prod., 2012.  ASIN: B005W2BWSA, $15.83.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Blast of Wind”, Kaze No Stigma Opening, Saori Kiuji, Anime Project, 2007.


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Wonder Trailer

Wonder looks to be one of those movies for everyone to reflect on.  It would be wonderful if everyone would look at everyone else in kindness, but sadly not everyone does as we know personally as a family.  Being different shouldn’t be strange or bad.  In Wonder they deal with a difference that is visible, with some people the difference isn’t visible.  Be aware of how you treat people.  Love one another!  Here’s the trailer for Wonder through MovieClips Trailers YouTube channel – Richard:

Charlotte Bash’s Latest Single “Labeled”

Charlotte Bash is giving us another single for our listeners the check out.  This time it is her single “Labeled”, from her Princess Game LP.  Charlotte still gives us her strong voice in a song that reminds everyone it is alright to be yourself.  Don’t let anyone tell you who you should be.  Throughout the single she has a nice base beat going in and out to help “drive” the message home.  Then she has Anye Elite come in with a nice feature at the end of the single to show differences aren’t bad and in this case the different styles of music are complementary and create a great sound.  Here’s Charlotte Bash’s “Labeled” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Batman vs. Two-Face Trailer

DC Animation is giving us another classic 1960’s style Batman adventure featuring the voice of Adam West, before is passing.  The cast is back in Batman vs. Two-Face and it is a nice surprise hearing West’s voice, because it is immediately identifiable as Batman for that era.  Here’s the trailer through DC Entertainment’s YouTube channel:

The Captain’s Son’s Latest Single “Burned Out Early”

The Captain’s Son is sharing with us again.  This time they are treating our listener’s with their latest single “Burned Out Early”.  As you remember I said this group was a time trip for me and “Burned Out Early” is the same.  This time Captain’s Son ventures into the Psychedelic arena, which shouldn’t surprise anyone with the title of the single.  This also shows that the group is interested in different sounds that listeners will want to check out.  Here’s Captain’s Son’s “Burned Out Early”, through SoundCloud, for you to chill to – Richard:

Tokyo Ravens Trailer

Tokyo Ravens from FUNimation looks fun.  If you are into urban fantasy this will be right up your alley.  It also looks to be just a good anime in general that you might want to add to your anime library.  Check out Tokyo Ravens from FUNimation’s YouTube channel:

Upsahl’s Latest Single “Can You Hear Me Now”

Upsahl is sharing with our listeners her latest single “Can You Hear Me Now”.  This single has a catchy rhythm and Upsahl has a nice clear strong voice.  The flow of the music reminds me of something you might have heard back in the late 1990’s in the pop arena.  Even though the subject isn’t the funnest thing to talk about Upsahl, who collaborated with Max Frost on this piece, puts a poppy beat to it that people will get into.  With such a strong voice I’m eager to hear more from Upsahl. Here’s Upsahl’s “Can You Hear Me Now”, which is available now from your digital vendor of choice, through SoundCloud – Richard:

Goodbye Christopher Robin Trailer

Goodbye Christopher Robin looks to be one that any Winnie The Pooh fans will want to check out.  It is rated “PG”, but by looking at the trailer, with it being about how the author came up with the beloved character, it might be a stretch for the younger members of the audience to set still through.  But I’ve been wrong before and they might love every minute of it.  Anyway here’s the trailer through MovieClips Trailers YouTube channel:

Haneri’s Music Video for “Burning Up”

Haneri is sharing with our listeners her latest “Buring Up” singles music video.  Haneri is venturing well into the pop arena with this single.  The music has a 1980’s style to it and her voice comes through nice and clear, with just a bit of smokiness to it, which makes for a great listening experience.  The song takes on a serious message about abusive relationships, but wraps it up in a catchy rhythm that captures the listeners attention.  Ryan Tan directed the video for Haneri which she is also the lead in.  The video takes her and the watcher on a journey from her apartment through the city discovering that some things aren’t always what they seem.  Very well done all the way around and I can’t wait to see what else Haneri shares.  Here’s “Burning Up” Haneri’s music video through her YouTube channel for you to enjoy – Richard:

Ep 80 ComicPop Visits with Julia Camara, Screen Writer of the Feature Film “Occupants”

Ep 80 ComicPop Visits with Julia Camara, Screen Writer of the Feature Film “Occupants”

The ComicPop Crew is joined by Julia Camara, the Screen Writer of the feature film Occupants.  The movie has been out for over a month now, on DVD and on Video on Demand, so we get to discuss Occupants and spoilers abound.  If you haven’t seen the movie yet watch it and then come back and join us, we’ll be here waiting, otherwise join us now as we have a fun discussion with Julia.

What we visited about in this episode:

  1. Occupants, Russ Emanuel – director, Julia Camara – screen writer, Cinedigm, 2015.  ASIN: B06X6G3TZ6, $7.87.

Music clips:

  1. “Strangers Like Me”, Tarzan Soundtrack, Phil Collins, Walt Disney Records, 1999.
  2. “One Call Away”, Nine Track Mind, Charlie Puth, Artist Partner Group, 2016.


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