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SOTBMusic: Keo Channels Bleach on “Ichigo”

D.C. artist Keo (pronounced “key-o”) of 53Deep makes his SOTBMusic debut with a somber track named after Bleach protagonist Ichigo Kurosaki. The nerd in me tuned in from jump. The musician tuned in after the guitar cued up. The critic in me tuned in after Keo started sing-rapping he’s “taking souls like Ichigo” if someone […]

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SOTBNerdy, Valentino's Corner

Toonami Top 5: Roxxy Haze

What y’all know about Toonami? Anime has never been a trend in the United States–it has always been THEE trend. Anime shows are just Japanese cartoons in a nutshell, but it’s a bit deeper than that, as written in the beginning of one of my last pieces on a modern Mangaka making waves in the DMV-area […]

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SOTBNerdy, Valentino's Corner

Toonami Top 5: AnimeXSundays

What y’all know about Toonami? Anime has never been a trend in the United States–it has always been THEE trend. Anime shows are just Japanese cartoons in a nutshell, but it’s a bit deeper than that, as written in the beginning of one of my last pieces on a modern Mangaka making waves in the DMV-area […]

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SOTBMusic, SOTBNerdy, Valentino's Corner

Toonami Top 5: KDotWood$

What y’all know about Toonami? Anime has never been a trend in the United States–it has always been THEE trend. Anime shows are just Japanese cartoons in a nutshell, but it’s a bit deeper than that, as written in the beginning of one of my last pieces on a modern Mangaka making waves in the DMV-area […]

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SOTBMusic, Valentino's Corner

Toonami Top 5: Saturn, Alexander

What y’all know about Toonami? Anime has never been a trend in the United States–it has always been THEE trend. Anime shows are just Japanese cartoons in a nutshell, but it’s a bit deeper than that, as written in the beginning of one of my last pieces on a modern Mangaka making waves in the […]

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SOTBMusic, SOTBNerdy, Valentino's Corner

Toonami Top 5: Chris Cassius

  What y’all know about Toonami? Anime has never been a trend in the United States–it has always been THEE trend. Anime shows are just Japanese cartoons in a nutshell, but it’s a bit deeper than that, as written in the beginning of one of my last pieces on a modern Mangaka making waves in […]

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