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About Daniel Kurland
Daniel Kurland is a freelance writer, comedian, and critic, who lives in the cultural mosaic that is Brooklyn, New York. Daniel’s work can be read on ScreenRant, Splitsider, Bloody Disgusting, Den of Geek, and across the Internet. Daniel recently completed work on a noir anthology graphic novel titled, "Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Noir: A Rag of Bizarre Noir and Hard Boiled Tales" and he’s currently toiling away on his first novel. Daniel's extra musings can be found @DanielKurlansky on Twitter.
Romantic comedies remain one of cinema's most popular genres. However, sometimes rom-coms come in surprising forms.
The Dragon Ball franchise produces so many fights, between alien warlords like Frieza and Super Saiyans, that some are bound to lead nowhere.
DBZ fans are well aware of what Super Saiyan transformations mean to the franchise; the Cell Saga had the opportunity to make perfect the plot device.
Finally receiving a mainline game after decades of sitting on the sidelines, Princess Peach gets to prove why she's one of the best Mario characters.
While some sci-fi films like Star Wars are household names, other genre movies slip through the cracks but are still just as deserving of recognition.
Akira Toriyama crafted one of the best manga and anime franchises of all time with Dragon Ball, but he also abandoned some pivotal character arcs.
With random new abilities and instant power boosts, My Hero Academia has fallen victim to handing out undeserved upgrades to several characters.
From stronger comedy to playful filler, Shonen Jump's Big Three has the Dark Trio beat in a number of ways.
The Dragon Ball Super manga echoes a fan-favorite Vegeta line as Gohan desperately rescues his daughter in an emotionally charged training exercise.
The Final Fantasy series has a long and storied history, but it has evolved so far that revisiting old titles can be quite jarring to modern audiences
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure has been running for decades but each of its parts has its own inconsistencies, from Phantom Blood to The JOJOLands.