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Hello everyone last night Amazon Prime had release their latest episode of Hazbin Hotel. Hazbin Hotel is an adult animated show from A24 and Amazon Studios about a demon princess name Charlie Morningstar, the daughter of Lucifer. The series is about the crown princess of hell who builds a hotel to achieve her dreams to save all demons and sinners by putting them into a rehabilitation system so they can earn their second chance in hell, and be allow to go to heaven. It is an eight episode series and last night they release their final episode "The Show Must Go On." And during the end of the episode I saw the character Lucifer transforming his daughter's pet animal into a weapon in shape of a Keyblade. Now I don't know if this was a Kingdom Hearts easter egg intentional or what, but I thought it was pretty cool to see this detail from another show besides Disney.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, Kingdom Hearts nerds of all ages, it is time once again for a review, and not only with this be for a cartoon, it’s going a cartoon film, a made-for-TV cartoon film and grand finale for a series that I already reviewed some time ago, that being of course “Ed, Edd n Eddy”. The movie was originally released on November 8, 2009 on Cartoon Network. After it’s premiere, it was supposed to be on DVD, but just like the cartoon series itself sans the first and second season, CN doesn’t seem interested in releasing it. You can still find it on iTunes, though. I mentioned in my “EEnE” review that this movie is different from the whole of the series, and I was not lying. Not in the slightest. I’ll explain more in the review, but in summary, it’s pretty much an experience that any long time fan of the show would appreciate. Without further ado: *walks up to glass case on wall that reads “In Case Of Review, Break Glass”, breaks glass, takes out a peanut* Wait, a peanut? Huh. Cheap review… I mean, uh, let’s get into it. Now, you might notice that I did this review a bit differently, sort of providing more summary than just review. I did this mainly because I wanted to fully showcase the examples that fell under my analysis and to better prove my point. It’s mostly because it’s easy to get a hold of the underlying theme of the premise. Either way, I hope you enjoyed and stick around for more reviews! Next up… well… you know…