Opinion, T.V. Series

I Just Need Some Closure: Shows That Were Cancelled Too Soon

As many parts of the United States brace themselves for another lockdown due to COVID-19, many of us will find ourselves trying to find a new show to watch. There's nothing better than getting sucked into a new-to-you series. From getting attached to characters, to immersing yourself in a new world, the thing that hooks… Continue reading I Just Need Some Closure: Shows That Were Cancelled Too Soon

Horror, Retro Gaming

Cult Classic Throwback: Alone in the Dark (1992)

Welcome one and all to today's installment of Cult Classic Throwback! What we like to do here is shed some light on classic games that have kept a cult following through the years. Today's edition is no different. We are going to be discussing the original game from good old 1992, Alone in the Dark.… Continue reading Cult Classic Throwback: Alone in the Dark (1992)

Anime, Review

New Anime Obsession: Erased

It's officially autumn, which means that between work and theatrical productions your girl is chilling by checking out "new" anime! I'll be 100% with you... lately it has been a little difficult for me to get into newer titles. I suppose if I have a choice I usually just go with a tried and true… Continue reading New Anime Obsession: Erased

Anime, Manga

The Bad Rap: Chibi-Usa from Sailor Moon

Welcome back for another installment of The Bad Rap! As always, The Bad Rap is a continuing series that updates once or twice a month with anime characters that folks love to despise. I cooked up a good one for y'all this week because we are going to talk about the infamous time traveling brat… Continue reading The Bad Rap: Chibi-Usa from Sailor Moon

Anime

New Anime Spin-Off For A Beloved Classic

Calling all classic anime fans! By now you have probably heard the news that later this year we will be getting a spin-off anime from a classic favorite. That's right, set to debut October 3rd on YTV/NTV in Japan, the feudal fairytale Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon will be building an all new chapter in the Inuyasha… Continue reading New Anime Spin-Off For A Beloved Classic

Anime, Opinion

The Bad Rap: Yuta from Love, Chunibyo, and Other Delusions

You know what time it is - time for yet another installment of The Bad Rap! This time we are talking about one of our favorite flip-flopping anime boys that we just love to hate. That's right, Yuta from Love, Chunibyo, and Other Delusions. Before we begin, I already know I have folks asking the… Continue reading The Bad Rap: Yuta from Love, Chunibyo, and Other Delusions

Interview

Interview: Andrew Dudich with Adventure Arcade Escape Rooms

Today you are in for a special treat! 101 Militia Gaming brings you an exclusive interview with Andrew Dudich, owner of Adventure Arcade Escape Rooms located in Danville, Illinois. Dudich has been designing puzzle adventures and rooms along with his business co-owner and girlfriend, Racheal Anderson, for two years. I've always been interested in what… Continue reading Interview: Andrew Dudich with Adventure Arcade Escape Rooms

Anime, Opinion, T.V. Series

Why Cardcaptor Sakura Should Become an Anime Staple

We all have a soft spot for a classic anime or two. My repertoire happens to include many old-school titles from the 90s and early 2000s. What can I say? I am drawn by that nostalgic art style and the feel-good storylines that send me back to a time where things felt just a little… Continue reading Why Cardcaptor Sakura Should Become an Anime Staple

Anime, Opinion

Avatar: The Last Airbender – An Instant Classic

As most of you are aware, Netflix recently added Avatar: The Last Airbender to their streaming service, which has re-ignited the love of the series for original viewers like me and brought the fandom to a brand new generation. Avatar mode! For those of you that have never had the chance to watch Avatar: The… Continue reading Avatar: The Last Airbender – An Instant Classic

Podcast

Three Podcasts to Listen to in Quarantine

Back in March I recommended three books to get you through quarantine. Well, here we are two months later and many of us are still on lockdown. Since I assume you’ve finished those books by now (I certainly hope so, they were required reading and will be on the exam) I’m back with three podcasts… Continue reading Three Podcasts to Listen to in Quarantine