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Dark Ranters Reviews Presents:

Blood Lad with GearsX



Dedicated to the memory of

Wayne Richard Wells

a.k.a. Wayne Static of Static X

November 4th, 1965-November 1st, 2014



Good day, everyone. This is GearsX. I'll be participating in the Red Ribbon Reviewers again this year to help spread awareness of HIV/AIDS and one day, a cure will be found. Last year, I reviewed A Christmas Story 2 and I still stand by what I said, the sequel was utterly pointless and it was trash. I felt scarred for life for watching that terrible movie. This year, I'm gonna review something good and better than A Christmas Story 2. I'm reviewing the vampire-themed anime, Blood Lad. I know all of you would say I should've reviewed this anime back in October for Halloween and you'd be right about it but I wasn't watching the show at the time. The last vampire-themed anime I reviewed with Spidercide was Vampire Knight and that one was just a dull, lifeless waste of ink, cell, and paper. Does Blood Lad stack up with the awesomeness that is Hellsing Ultimate? Let's get this show on the road, eh?  



Blood Lad was created by Yuuki Kodama in 2009 and its anime adaptation aired in 2013. The series is set in Demon World. The dimension is separated into four territories. The main protagonist, Staz Charlie Blood, is the big boss of the east end and he is loyal to his gang. He is a vampire but no ordinary vampire and I'll discuss it when I get to characters. A human girl named Fuyumi Higani inadvertently stumbles into the demon dimension through a portal called the Black Certain. When Staz meets Fuyumi, he suddenly develops the hots for her. But during a fight against a demon who challenged Staz for his position of power, Fuyumi gets swallowed up by a man-eating plant, leaving only her remains and clothing behind. Upon seeing this, he acts like a jerk to her at first since she becomes a ghost but Staz vows to bring Fuyumi back from the dead. To keep his would-be girlfriend from fading away, he has to give her a drop of his blood. Now Staz must find a way to return Fuyumi to life with the help of his best friend/rival, Wolf, boss of the west end of Demon World and a beautiful treasure hunter named Bell Hydra. They must also contend with Braz, Liz, Wolf-Daddy, and Akim Paradon. Now on to the main and major characters.



Staz Charlie Blood is the main character of the anime. As I said before, he is a vampire but no ordinary vampire. Instead being a stereotypical and clichéd vampire like his family expects him to be, Staz is a nerd and a slacker. He is a gamer, collector of anime and manga, and has a fascination with the human realm because of his love for nerdy things. That makes him a likeable character in my eyes. It's clear Staz cares about Fuyumi and doesn't want anything bad happen to her since he wants to make her human again. Despite being a tough guy, Staz is afraid of his older brother, Braz. He practically soils himself upon hear his brother's name. When Staz was a kid, Braz did a series of experiments on him to unlock his true power and ended up sealing it with a magic bullet to the heart.



Fuyumi Higani is Staz's love interest. When she first entered the demon realm, Fuyumi had no idea where she was and what these strange creatures around her were. She was found by Staz's crew and brought to him. At first, she seemed freaked out by Staz but eventually warms up to him in later episodes. Since she was nom-nomed by a demon Venus flytrap and became a ghost, Fuyumi has to drink Staz's blood or magic formula to keep herself solid. It was said Fuyumi can become a powerful hybrid whose power would rival Staz due to absorbing magic. Fuyumi has a very sweet personality but sometimes, she gets very annoyed by Staz's outlandish behavior and lack of common sense.



Wolf is Staz's best friend and arch-rival. He is in charge of the western part of the demon realm and he's part werewolf or lycanthrope in the manga. Wolf comes from a family of noble werewolves but was abandoned due to him being part werewolf. He is constantly seeking out stronger opponents to fight. In one episode, the two rivals had a boxing match together and while Wolf went all Ivan Drago on Staz, the vampire nerd almost killed him with his ZIP attack. Wolf also has a bit of a crush on Fuyumi but he's very shy about it as Staz is very much open about his love for her.



Bell Hydra is a beautiful treasure hunter and a user of spatial and teleportation magic. She was unknowingly responsible for Fuyumi's entrance into the demon dimension and was searching for a thief who stole her Black Certain. Once she catches the thief, she'll marry him but ends up forgetting about it when Bell fell in love with Staz and he doesn't know about it. She has a habit of wearing provocative clothing from time to time. Later on, Bell found out Fuyumi is her sister since both of their mothers were doppelgangers combined into one person and would help out Staz and company to bring her back to life.



Braz B. Blood is Staz's older brother. Braz is a vampire who lives in Acropolis, home of various noble families. He put his little brother through a series of torture tests to unlock his true powers but that proved to be a disaster when his preteen body couldn't handle it. So Braz sealed up Staz's powers with a magic bullet to the heart which made Staz assumed he was trying to murder him. He cooked up a plan which made his little brother very suspicious of him. It was revealed Braz's plan was to overthrow the current demon king, Wolf-Daddy, using Staz since he killed their father years ago. He even helped out with the creation of Akim Paradon with Franken Stein to further test Staz's strength.



Liz T. Blood is Braz and Staz's little sister. In the first few episodes, she is a spoiled brat who was jealous of Staz for spending so much time with their older brother. Much like Braz, she lives in Acropolis too. She is a warden of a prison called "Liz's Toy Box" and thinks of herself as judge and jury when it comes to guilt or innocence. Anyone who wants out of her "toy box" would be forced to fight for their freedom against her two zombie servants. She's been known to wear a mask most of the time and would eat or drink with it on, which is kinda weird. Braz would leave Liz in Staz's care and she begins to see there's more to life than just punishing and locking people in her toy box and eventually adopts Fuyumi as her sister.



Franken Stein is a mad scientist residing in the west side of Demon World. He is an expert on demon biology but is very terrible at making explosives and has a bad habit of blowing up parts of his lab. Franken is responsible for creating Akim Paradon. He did help in keeping Fuyumi from disappearing but he has developed some interest in her since she became a ghost.



Akim Paradon is one of the major big bads of Blood Lad. He is a patchwork monster created by Franken Stein. Akim bolted from Franken's lab and killed numerous demons for their body parts to become more powerful. He fought against Wolf and defeated him but he ended up being defeated by Staz. Akim was actually a spy named Pantomime. He worked for Wolf-Daddy until he was killed by Braz and had his dead body shipped to Franken. Akim's creation was part of Braz's plan to overthrow Wolf-Daddy as king of Acropolis.



Wolf-Daddy is another of the big bads of Blood Lad. He is in charge of the demon realm and was responsible for killing the Blood siblings' father. Wolf-Daddy is the biological father of Wolf. He doesn't really do much in the anime since he only makes an appearance or two.



What do I gotta say about the animation? It was done by Brain's Base, the same company responsible for Durarara and Spice and Wolf. The animation looks good and the characters are well-designed. The colors are bright, vibrant, and very pleasing to the eye. I really got no gripes with the animation whatsoever.



The anime was dubbed by Viz Media and Viz did an excellent job with the English dub. You can tell the English voice actors were having fun in their roles. Bryce Papenbrook had Staz sound lazy yet enthusiastic and Johnny Yong Bosch gave Braz this sinister calm to his voice. Viz's English dub of Blood Lad is definitely on par with Funimation's English dubs of their anime.



Despite the praise I gave this anime, I have do have one gripe with the series. Blood Lad is too damn short. The show is about ten episodes (or eleven if you count the OVA episode) long and it's not enough to flesh out the story or show more character development. The anime should've had a second season or at least another fourteen episodes for more narrative build-up and more character establishment. Brain's Base, please don't pull a Gainax on me. I freaking hate it when anime studios don't give any closure to their shows. Just get the word from Blood Lad's creator and greenlight a second season already! Sorry if I went off on a rant like that but I just had to get it out of the way.



In closing, do I recommend Blood Lad? Hell to the yeah! I doubt many anime fans heard of Blood Lad since I felt the anime was kinda obscure. Viz Media released a limited edition DVD/Blu-Ray combo pack of the show with a light novel or manga included and I'm not sure if that worked. Blood Lad is an entertaining anime and is really worth your money. That's all for this review of Blood Lad. On behalf of the Red Ribbon Reviewers, this is GearsX clockin' out. Happy Holidays and Happy New Year to you all.
Dark Ranters Presents Blood Lad
My second review for the Red Ribbon Reviewers. This year, I'm reviewing a rather obscure yet good anime called Blood Lad. Help spread the word on HIV/AIDS. Here's the website for the Red Ribbon Reviewers: redribbonreviewers.wordpress.c…
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Dark Ranters Takedown: A Christmas Story 2 with GearsX



Hello, everyone. GearsX here with a very first Christmas review. I'm a big fan of A Christmas Story, the 1983 Christmas classic. The movie was about a young kid named Ralphie Parker wanting to get his hands on a Red Rider BB gun for Christmas but he was told time and time again he would shoot his eye out. Despite these warnings, Ralphie was determined to get his destined holiday gift. Although a few scenes were based on some of Jean Shepherd's short stories, the plot did remain consistent. The plot was fantastic, the characters were likable, and the humor was entertaining. Sadly, I won't be reviewing this well-beloved holiday film. I will be reviewing the blatant, cheap, and pointless cash in of a sequel, Christmas Story 2. I'm sure Jean Shepherd and Bob Clark are spinning in their graves right now.  

I'm doing this review for the Red Ribbon Reviewers. The Red Ribbon Reviewers is a website dedicated to promoting HIV/AIDS awareness. Every year, a gathering of reviewers would review anything like a movie, video game, etc. I wanted to help contribute to spreading the word on HIV/AIDS and hope someday, a cure for this disease will be found. I did do a review with ImpulsiveSpidercide for the Red Ribbon Reviewers with the Clash of Red Rangers review but that review is being edited by ImpulsiveSpidercide and won't be posted until Christmas time, so I figured I do this review on A Christmas Story 2. Warning: spoilers ahead.

The film is set about six or seven years after the original movie. Ralphie is now a teenager and he wants to get a car to impress a girl named Drucilla Gootrad. Randy doesn't look any older than he did in the original. The Old Man is still swearin' like a sailor while fighting the beat up furnace and the mother is still cookin' and cleanin'. While out on the town one day, Ralphie and his two friends head over to the car lot to check out Ralphie's dream car, a 1938 Mercury convertible. Inside the car, Ralphie unknowingly releases the parking brake which causes the car to gently tap into the light post but for some reason, there was enough force to cause a plastic reindeer to fall on the roof and damaging it. The three friends must pay for the damage or face jail time. So they all get jobs at Higbee's which led to disastrous results. They would get fired but Ralphie would get his job back and scrape enough money to pay for the damage he caused to his dream car's roof but he ended spending most of his money on dinner for a homeless family and do some Christmas shopping for his family but the payment for the damaged roof was taken care of for some reason. Of course at the end, Ralphie gets his dream car and his dream girl.  

The plot is a trainwreck. There's a continuity error with the Parker house. The house doesn't look like the original house from A Christmas Story. The set designers could've constructed a replica of the original house but chose not to, however the house is the least of the film's problems. The characters are rather shallow and unlikable, especially Ralphie. In the first movie, you felt sorry for Ralphie because he wanted his Red Rider BB gun. You want him to get his prized Christmas gift toward the end and you would enjoy his silly fantasies. Now, he comes off as an unlikeable jackass. Here's two examples of this: in one scene during band class, Ralphie was standing behind Drucilla and took a quick sniff of her hair. Ralphie got so excited, he wildly clanged the symbols together. It made him look like a stalker and a pervert. In another scene, Ralphie told all the kids and parents to leave because the store Santa was acting like a complete douchebag which led to Ralphie and his friends hitting each other with prop candy canes and getting themselves fired. The biggest problem with the movie is the comedy. A Christmas Story 2 has no original jokes and goes out of its way to repeat and rehash the same old jokes from the original over and over again. The writer basically thought original material is for morons and idiots. Last but not least, the romantic subplot between Ralphie and Drucilla was a complete waste, there was no build-up and she only appeared in a few scenes.


The acting was terrible, none of the actors put no effort into their performances at all. The worst actor in this film was Daniel Stern. I know Daniel Stern can do better, I've seen him do better in the first two Home Alone films. Here, he was just dialing in his performance. The narrator didn't even sound like Jean Shepherd, he sounded like Adam West. It was obvious all these actors did A Christmas Story 2 for a paycheck.

There is one and only positive thing in A Christmas Story 2, the setting does look like it came from the 50s. That is something I will give the producers credit for but everything else was a major failure.

I don't recommend buying, renting, or downloading A Christmas Story 2. As I said before, this movie is a blatant, cheap, and pointless cash in on the legacy of A Christmas Story. This was a sequel that no one needed or wanted but Warner Bros. felt it was necessary to green light and release on dvd and bluray anyway. Just stick with the original movie and it'll be more worth your time than this piece of holiday garbage. This is GearsX clockin' out and have a Happy Holidays, people.  
Dark Ranters Takedown: A Christmas Story 2
In the honor of Christmas, I review the absolute worst holiday movie I ever seen, A Christmas Story 2. I also wanted to contribute a little something for the Red Ribbon Reviewers. Help spread the awareness of HIV/AIDS. Check out the RRR website right here: redribbonreviewers.wordpress.c…
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Dark Ranters Reviews Presents:

Swat Kats: Radical Squadron with GearsX



Hello, everyone. This is GearsX clockin' back with a new review. I'm reviewing a cartoon show from the early 90s but not just any cartoon, this is an overlooked and underrated gem from a legendary cartoon studio, Hanna-Barbera. I know every reviewer and his mother talked about this studio but I'll talk about them anyway before I speak about the cartoon that I'm about to review. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera got into the animation business back in 1939 with their string of Tom and Jerry cartoon shorts for MGM. Tom and Jerry proved to be quite popular and would cement their creators' foothold in the animation business. When MGM shut down its cartoon studio in 1957, William and Joseph started their own animation company called Hanna-Barbera. Hanna-Barbera had produced classic cartoon shows like Yogi Bear, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Scooby-Doo, and The Smurfs. In 1993, Hanna-Barbera would produce its final cartoon as an indie studio and that cartoon is Swat Kats: Radical Squadron. Swat Kats became a ratings smash but as the show was reaching successful heights on par with Ninja Turtles and merchandising was getting off the ground, it was abruptly cancelled after two seasons. I'll get into the show's cancellation later on.

Swat Kats was created by Christian and Yvon Tremblay. The show is about two ex-military cops turned scrapyard mechanics named Chance "T-Bone" Furlong and Jake "Razor" Clawson. Their job is to defend MegaKat City from the forces of evil. Chance is the brawn of the duo – brash, stubborn and he is a hotshot pilot of the custom job fighter jet called the TurboKat. Chance is known to be extreme when it comes to taking risks in fighting crime either from inside the TurboKat jet or on the ground. Despite his tough-guy persona, Chance does have a soft spot for his friends Jake and Callie Briggs and he loves to watch "Scaredy-Cat" cartoons. At one point, he was afraid of bugs and couldn't swim. Jake is the brains of the duo, responsible for designing the weapons and vehicles and he monitors the functioning status of the TurboKat. He is an expert in hand-to-hand combat. Unlike Chance, Jake is more reserved and often uses strategy when it comes to fighting crime. At one time, Jake lost his confidence when an elderly couple was injured during a fight against Dark Kat but he quickly recovers when he realized it was a set-up by the villain. Now let's talk about the supporting cast.


Calico "Callie" Briggs is a beautiful deputy mayor who serves as a contact for the Swat Kats and does most of the work for her boss, Mayor Manx. More often times than not, she would get herself into trouble and get captured by the bad guys. Callie would defend the Swat Kats from accusations by Commander Feral whenever there was collateral damage. It was said she has a huge crush on Razor despite the fact T-Bone is crushing on her.


Commander Ulysses Feral is a no-nonsense, by the book leader of MegaKat City's police force, the Enforcers. He had quite a history with the Swat Kats long before they were on opposite sides of the law. Chance and Jake once worked for him until one day during a pursuit of Dark Kat, Feral kicked them off the force due to disobeying orders and had them work in the scrapyard to pay off the damage done to the Enforcer headquarters. Feral views the Swat Kats as rogue anti-heroes but he does have a certain respect for them since they do save the city.


Mayor Manx is a doofus of a politician in charge of MegaKat City for ten terms. He cares more about his golf game than serving the citizens of MegaKat City. Whenever there's trouble, Manx would run away and hide like a coward, but the one time he did show some guts is when he took out his ancestor's foe, the Red Lynx, due to no one re-electing him as mayor. Unlike Mayor Manx, his ancestor, the Blue Manx, is a brave pilot.


Lt. Felina Feral is the niece of Commander Feral and unlike Callie, Felina is no damsel in distress. She is very rebellious and isn't afraid to get her hands dirty. Felina is the only Enforcer who is willing to team up with the Swat Kats and unlike her uncle, she views them as heroes. Felina is also an expert pilot. While Feral cares about his niece, he would never give her any special treatment.  

For the villains, I'm only gonna talk about the ones who were better-known on the show.  


Dark Kat is the big bad of the series. He is a brute but is very smart. Dark Kat plans to destroy MegaKat City and build a city of his own where evil reigns supreme. He is the reason Chance and Jake had become the Swat Kats, and his minions are called Creeplings, who look like distant cousins of Firebrand from Gargoyle's Quest. They have limited intelligence and can perform the simplest of tasks. Unlike most of the villains, Dark Kat has no backstory at all.


Dr. Viper is a cat/snake hybrid hellbent on turning MegaKat City into his own personal swamp. He was once a brilliant but corrupt scientist named Elrod Purvis and worked at Megakat Biochemical Labs. Purvis worked with Dr. N. Zyme on a regenerative formula but he tried to steal it for himself. He was covered in the stuff when he got into a fatal accident. Something within the formula brought him back from the dead and turned Purvis into the vile monster that is Dr. Viper. Dr. Viper is considered to be the deadliest foe the Swat Kats ever faced since he and his genetically engineered monsters killed a lot of innocent people.


The Pastmaster is an undead wizard from medieval times who has the ability to open up time portals and summon extinct creatures. Pastmaster's weapons consist of a magical pocket watch and a spell book. He has a major disdain toward anything modern and wants to bring back the Dark Ages. He once lusted on Callie due to the fact she resembles her ancestor, Queen Callista.


Mac and Molly Mange, a.k.a. the Metallikats, are former mobsters turned killer robots. They were sent to Alkatraz Prison but escaped by rowboat. The Manges didn't enjoy their freedom for long when they were killed in a collision with a large ship. After their corpses washed ashore, Prof. Hackle brought them back to life as robots. They didn't say thank you to the Professor and resumed their life of crime. The Metallikats are formidable enemies to the Swat Kats because of their firepower but they should get some couples' therapy since all they do is argue with each other. There's a running gag involving Mac being a very terrible driver, too.


Hard Drive is a data thief who can travel through electronics and steal top-secret government files thanks to his Surge Coat. Hard Drive has given the Swat Kats and the Enforcers some trouble on a few occasions but without his Surge Coat, he is just an ordinary street thief and a total wimp to boot.


With the characters out of the way, let's discuss about the cartoon itself and the DVD. Swat Kats has some really solid writing from start to finish. It keeps your eyes glued to the action at all times and the dialogue is pretty damn good. The writing is complemented with fantastic voice-acting from the likes of Charlie Adler, Barry Gordon, Tress MacNeille, Jim Cummings, Frank Welker and even celebrity guest stars like Robert Patrick from X-Files and Terminator 2 and Nick Chinlund from Chronicles of Riddick.


The animation looks beautiful, even by 90s standards, but there are some flaws with the show, at least with the DVD release. The picture quality shows a little bit of grain but to be fair, the beta tapes of Swat Kats were in good enough quality to be watchable while the show was transferred to DVD. The least thing Warner Bros. could have done was clean up the picture a little bit. Swat Kats was transferred to DVD-R, which comes off as a bit cheap but I won't harp on that too much. The DVD menus are bare bones which means no special features but that's ok for the most part. Would've been nice to put in the option of subtitles though.


I'm sure all of you were wondering why Swat Kats got a premature cancellation despite being a huge hit on syndicated TV. Some people believe Ted Turner played a hand in the show getting the axe. They claim Turner hated the fact Swat Kats was doing better than his own show, Captain Planet, in terms of popularity and ratings and he firmly believed the parents' claims about a cartoon show starring anthropomorphic cats being too violent for kids. So he had Time Warner to buy out Hanna-Barbera and its properties just to cancel Swat Kats and to spite the fans. Whatever the case may be, Swat Kats didn't deserve the early death that it got. Hanna-Barbera did produce brand-new animated shows for the fledgling Cartoon Network at that time and once again to be fair, those cartoon shows were instant classics. Hanna-Barbera was eventually shut down as an animation studio and became a name-only brand for Warner Bros.


In the years since its cancellation, Swat Kats gained a huge fanbase. Websites dedicated to the show were made and it did air on some occasions on Cartoon Network and Boomerang but Swat Kats finally got its DVD release in 2010. The show can be purchased on WB's shop site and Amazon. In the end, do I recommend Swat Kats? Absolutely yes. Swat Kats has become one of my all-time favorite shows, right up there with My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Legend of Korra, Real Ghostbusters, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Any version except for the 2014 reboot and Next Mutation). That about does it for this review, this is GearsX clockin' out.
Dark Ranters presents Swat Kats review
A review of Swat Kats, an underrated and overlooked cartoon from the 90s. Do Enjoy.
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1. What would you call your spirit animal? That's a tough one. 

2. Worst video game boss you've ever fought?  The Octaking from Duke Nukem Forever. Hardest boss I ever faced.

3. Kingdom Hearts or Devil May Cry?  I'm goin' with Devil May Cry

4. Most overrated franchise in your opinion? Halo. Just kill the damn series already.

5. What's your favorite movie?  The Avengers!

6. Do you like My Little Pony?  If not, why?  My Little Pony is awesome!

7. What martial art would you like to master? That's another tough one

8. What's the most annoying commercial you've ever seen?  Those Trojan Vibration commercials.

9. Would you rather fight a shark or an alligator?  Wrestling a gator sounds like fun.

10. Do you think the moon landing was fake? I don't believe so.


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1. Who is your all time favorite fictional character (comic book, anime, cartoon, or video game)?

2. Who would win in a race: Sonic the Hedgehog, Rainbow Dash, or The Flash?

3. Who is your favorite internet reviewer?

4. How would you deal with the robot apocalypse?

5. Do you prefer dogs, cats, or both?

6. What is the worst food you ever ate?

7. Jeff Dunham or Larry the Cable Guy?

8: Which franchise would you like to see brought back?

9. Which gaming system do you wanna see win this generation's console wars?

10. If you were in a RPG, what class would you be?

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