Review of Where on Earth is Carmen SanDiegoBy Dakota Wiegand Still a little burnt by the past 4 Gundam reviews so I deceided to take a trip down Nostalgia Road. When I was a kid, the Carmen SanDiego computer games were amazing in all their adaptations. They were games where you actually learn things like math, geography, and history. Not to mention you had the TV game show! As a kid I remember this show on Saturday morning TV and I loved it then. So, does the show hold up? Where on Earth is Carmen SanDiego premiered in February of 1994 on Fox Network and ran for 4 seasons, a total of 40 episodes, until it ended in January 1999. The show won a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Children’s Animated Program in 1995 and had a Carmen SanDiego video game spun off of the show’s concept (Carmen SanDiego Junior D
Review of Frisky DingoBy Dakota Wiegand I am going to take a break from my Gundam review for a bit. I feel a bit burnt after watching 4 series back to back. One show that I have been requested to do by my friend Dan is one that I actually marathoned with him at the beginning of 2016. So without further ado, Dan, I give you Frisky Dingo! Premiering in October 2006 on Adult Swim, Frisky Dingo ran for 2 seasons having a total of 25 episodes. The show ended in March of 2008 when the studio, 70/30 Productions, and Adult swim could not reach an agreement for a third season. The studio went out of business a year later and founders Matt Thompson and Adam Reed went on to open Floyd County Productions and the Emmy winning show Archer.
Review of Mobile Suit Victory GundamBy Dakota Wiegand Moving right along in my Gundam reviews, I am up to Mobile Suit Victory Gundam! My only hope was that this show was not as horrible as Gundam ZZ Top was. I was definitely put off by the non-English release of the show. I guess because I am not used to reading the subtitles while watching an anime, I find it more difficult and involved than I have with other shows. But, being the “professional” I am, I put that to the side and went on with the show! Though, I was feeling a little burnt. Was it better than Gundam ZZ? Well, let’s take a look. Mobile Suit Victory Gundam came out in April of 1993, 7 years after Gundam ZZ, and ran for 51 episodes until it ended in March 1994. The show was once again directed by the Gund