About Leo Reyna
Leogardo Reyna Jr. is a freelance writer and Whataburger enthusiast at Corpus Christi, TX. He's written about his love of anime, manga, comic books, and video games for websites like CBR, Ranker, MAL, and Looper.
The creator of Pibby revealed a twisted redesign of a Looney Tunes character inspired by Chainsaw Man that could have appeared on the show.
The first nine minutes of the fourth Girls und Panzer das Finale film has been released on YouTube following the movie's recent release in Japan.
My Hero Academia releases a brand-new character visual of Kaina Tsutsumi, also known as Lady Nagant, in celebration of her birthday.
The game director of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom explains why the Ancient Sheikah technology from Breath of the Wild is gone.
The upcoming Spy x Family video game starring Anya Forger has released a new trailer showcasing the game's daily life sim features.
The creator of Pibby and Friends: Apocalypse says the Cartoon Network and Adult Swim crossover may never air on the network.
Anime streaming service Crunchyroll has added retro titles like Gunbuster, Angel Cop and others to its ever-growing catalog.
Sega is delisting mobile ports of its classic video game lineup, following the termination of the Sega Forever initiative for Android and iOS.
A trailer reveals The Final Horizon, the brand-new story DLC update to Sonic Frontiers.
Ask Ketchum's original voice actor Veronica Taylor is launching a Pokémon podcast about the anime series.
Baldur's Gate 3 director Swen Vincke confirms that a glitch in the game caused companions like Gale to be too desperate for the player too soon.
One Piece fans were given a closer look at the upcoming live-action Netflix series and treated to a drone show at an event in Santa Monica.
Slayers illustrator Rui Araizumi is fighting back against online accusations of using AI for his latest anime art book.
My Dress-Up Darling Season 1 is receiving a limited edition Blu-ray release alongside a standard home media release from Crunchyroll.
The first trailer for Shaman King: Flowers, the sequel to the 2021 anime reboot, has been released alongside its voice cast announcement.