Leo Reyna

Leo Reyna

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Lover. Fighter. Freelance writer. Enjoys anime, games, comic books, and bacon. I've written for VentureBeat, My Anime List, NerdSpan, PlayStation Enthusiast and more! 

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  1. +vote The 15 Most Ridiculous Anime Overkills That Were Borderline Laughable

    The 15 Most Ridiculous Anime Overkills That Were Borderline Laughable

    554 votes
    Go hard or go home. If any medium knows how to give its all, it's anime. From excessive fan service to gratuitous violence, there ...
  2. +vote 15 Games That Should Have Been In The SNES Classic

    15 Games That Should Have Been In The SNES Classic

    163 votes
    It was only a matter of time. After the tremendous success of the NES Classic, there was no way Nintendo would miss a golden opportunity to re-release ...
  3. +vote 12 Super Raunchy Anime Series That Really Go There

    12 Super Raunchy Anime Series That Really Go There

    348 votes
    The great thing about anime is that there is usually a show for everyone. Whether you enjoy an easygoing slice of life anime, an adrenaline-rushing ...
  4. +vote 22 Incredible Death Note Tattoos That Will Blow You Away

    22 Incredible Death Note Tattoos That Will Blow You Away

    440 votes
    In 2003, Death Note debuted in Shounen Jump and went on to become one of the best psychological thriller anime of all time. The supernatural ...
  5. 13 Things You Should Never Google - Anime Edition

    13 Things You Should Never Google - Anime Edition

    The Internet can be a scary place sometimes. Sure, the information highway has its perks, like the cutest cat videos and amazing memes, but it can also ...
  6. 14 Games That Hilariously F*ck With People Who Pirate Them

    14 Games That Hilariously F*ck With People Who Pirate Them

    Video game piracy is a big deal. According to a research report by Tru Optik, the total cost of revenue lost to pirated video games in 2014 was $74.1 billion.