Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Animes i have seen

All the anime/manga i have watched/ read. Okay this won't be exact because i have watched and read A LOT of different series so this is me trying to remember



* Bleach

Anime DVD Review: Inuyasha Fifth Season Box Set

The Inuyasha Fifth Season Box Set includes five DVDs that contain 27 episodes of the series. The first three discs contain five episodes, the fourth disc contains six episodes, and the fifth disc includes six episodes and the special features.



This season of Inuyasha advances the story much more than season four did. This season also sees some major character development for Inuyasha, especially in the final two episodes in this DVD box set. The fifth season also introduced the story arc with the Band of Seven; this was a decent story arc, which ultimately leads up to the return of Naraku. The final two episodes in this set can be intense, but they're very important episodes for the overall story. I would have to say that the final three episodes on the fifth disc are my favorite episodes in this box set.

Monday, October 28, 2013

Anime DVD Review: Inuyasha Fourth Season Box Set

The Inuyasha Fourth Season Box Set includes four DVDs that contain 18 episodes of the series. The first two discs contain five episodes, the third disc contains four episodes, and the fourth disc includes four episodes and the special features.



When it comes to this particular season of Inuyasha, most of the episodes didn't progress the story much, if at all. While some of the episodes in this season were entertaining, they really weren't important to the overall story. After seeing all the character development and story progression in season three, I felt a little let down by season four. In a lot of respects, it felt more like a "filler" season than anything else.

Saturday, October 26, 2013

The Mummy- 1959

Starring Peter. Cushing, and Christopher Lee, in one of their early movies before Tim Burton and "Star Wars", this is one of the classic horror monster movies by Hammer Films.



1895, a archeological team entered a tomb in Egypt, as this was the mystery they were trying to unfold. While one nan, which was Peter had a injury on his leg, his father and a friend entered the tomb. Before that, a strange man warned them about something. Something that was in it besides treasure. But when his father was ill, they went home as the tomb was destroyed.

Friday, October 25, 2013

What Are the Best Anime/Manga Franchises of All Time?

Hey, Guys, In just one more week, the live shows for "The X Factor" begin airing. This coming week the Top 12 contestants that can be voted for will be chosen, unless of course the World Series preempts this all from airing. They're hoping to air the first performance and results together on Tuesday, and then do an episode dedicated to the 12 acts going through to the voting rounds on Wednesday, because Thursday is Halloween, after all. But if not, they'll just air the episodes on Wednesday and Thursday. I'll be ending my coverage of the show this year early to focus exclusively on academics, but I do hope that a young act (preferably female) goes through. By the way, make sure y'all read "Pearls Before Swine" today. It looks like the stupid "Penguin Versus Polar Bear" storyline is over, but you'll want to especially read it today since it looks like a certain stupid, incompetent idiot predator has just come back to the strip. ("Hulllloooo, zeeba neighba.") That's right, the idiot crocs have returned in the form of stupid Larry, who's decided he's going to order some penguins who've put themselves up for adoption by a 1st-world nation. I have a feeling that those penguins aren't going to last very long... So, for today's post, I've been thinking a lot about what the best anime and manga franchises are in the entertainment industry. I have chosen franchises that have never crossed over (for all I know) with franchises that are now adult, and have only found 9 considered "icons". So I'm going to present each and every one of them to you, as far as I know them. 10. No Need for Tenchi, AKA Tenchi Muyo!: I don't really know No Need for Tenchi all that well, except I think I might have seen an episode supposedly involving the Tokyo subway (remember, most anime/manga franchises are set in Japan, where anime/manga originates) when I was young. Was there such an episode? Somebody please check this. 9. Sonic the Hedgehog: Yeah, I know, the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise involves video games, but this franchise is also an icon. Remember, I'm not really a video game person, but I still cheated here. I do think the title character is not only a hedgehog, but he's also one from another planet, making him an alien. 8. Cardcaptor Sakura (or Cardcaptors, as we call the show here): I barely remember this show, and since I'm Catholic, today I'm sure I probably wouldn't watch it. Why? Because it involves the use of something called a "lazenward", and from what I hear these are artifacts that when used supposedly act as a gateway for demons to attack and possess a person who uses such a device. So no, this is not one of my preferred anime franchises. But here's what I remember: Some teenage girl has to recover all these cards of some kind, and that's pretty much all that I remember. 7. Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (just called "Sailor Moon" in our version): There's a reason we've never gone back to the moon since Apollo 17 in the early 1970's, and this just might be the reason. Supposedly there used to be an extraterrestrial civilization on the Moon (and yes, this is an actual conspiracy theory most UFO believers think in edition to Roswell, Area 51 and the ancient alien "hypothesis", of which I guess this could be a fictional version of) and then some "Dark Kingdom" arose and overthrew it. In the present day, a teenage girl whom the English version has named as Sabrina Tuscano (I can't spell her Japanese name correctly) discovers it's her job to prevent Earth from being taken over by the same dark entities who overthrew the Moon Kingdom. She eventually discovers she is in fact the reincarnation of the princess of that society. I do think Tuscano does turn 18 by series' end, so the show isn't another of my favorites, but there is another character I do somewhat like and don't at the same time: Sailor Mars, AKA Rhea Heinz (in the American version, although I can spell her Japanese name correctly; it's "Rei Hino"). She attends a Catholic school, and yet she's a maiden (I can't spell the Japanese name on this blog, since my computer won't let me, but it's the first 3 letters in the word "mike" followed by the letter "o" replacing the "e") at the local Shinto shrine her grandfather is the head priest of. Remember, in lots of anime shows and manga comics the "shrine maiden" is a recurring character, who is often portrayed as underage (think between 10-17 years old), very attractive, and having powers of magic. "Sailor Moon" itself helped to rebuild the "magical girl" genre of anime (which basically involves young witches) by having a team of such girls who use magic to fight darkness directly, so it should be no surprise that a shrine maiden be one of the Sailor Guardians' members. (The aforementioned "Cardcaptor Sakura" also has a shrine maiden, whose English name is Layla MacKenzie, but she's an adult, which shows that not every shrine maiden is underage. In fact, most real-world shrine maidens are now adults.) I am also especially including "Sailor Moon" on this list because as we heard earlier this year it is coming back to TV. Originally the show was going to start airing in June, but it now appears that to mark the franchise's 20th anniversary it will have to begin airing in 2 more months instead... 6. Inuyasha: A Feudal Fairy Tale: This is relatively a new anime/manga franchise, having been around since 2001. If you like ancient Japanese history, you might like this franchise. A 15-year-old girl from the present day accidentally falls through a "portal" in her family's garden when she encounters a demon-like being (the title character) and winds up in ancient Japan (hmm, shades of "Alice in Wonderland" and "The Chronicles of Narnia", you wonder). She learns that she is the reincarnation of yet a third shrine maiden (oh yeah, they're popping up all over the place aren't they) and must protect some sacred jewel of some kind. That's pretty much all I know, but it's too bad the girl ends up being 18 years old by the franchise's end (and thus legally an adult). There is no record of her having any children. 5. The Mario/Donkey Kong Universe: Once again, I have cheated here. This is another video game franchise. Originally, Donkey Kong was a villain whom Mario had to defeat. Now, of course, thankfully, the lovable gorilla is not. I did try my hand at playing Donkey Kong when I was young, but I never won it. So that's why I'm not a video game person anymore. Still, who doesn't love the lovable handyman and the equally lovable gorilla? 4. Dragon Ball: This is an anime and manga that has grown big in Japan even though the series (as far as I know) no longer airs on television. I know aliens are involved. I know that the main character's name is "Goku". And I know an American live-action movie starring Justin Chatwin aired a few years ago involving Goku as an 18-year-old. But I don't really no much about it. 3. Astro Boy: Oh, man. This is supposed to be the pioneer of all anime shows. It's about a robot who looks like a young boy and who was built by an inventor who lost his own son, whom the robot resembles, in an accident. And the robot fights crime in the future. I remember a computer-animated adaptation in 2009 appeared and was a huge hit (it starred Freddy Highmore as Astro Boy and it also featured Atlanta's own Chloe Grace Moretz, last spotted playing the title character in a creepy remake of "Carrie"), but there were many uptight people who just got sent over the edge. They claimed that the film secretly made fun of President Bush, who by then was out of office, and that it made fun of the War on Terror and promoted communism. Nonsense. Why do these conspiracy theories about family-friendly movies continue to be promoted by the far right when it's clear they ought to be using their energy somewhere else? 2. Pokemon: Yes, folks, this is the greatest of all anime/manga franchises. Although based on a video game series, it gradually expanded to manga and later anime. The story involves teenage boy Ash Ketchum (that's his name in our version), a 10-year-old who wants to be the first person to catch (though they'll eventually all be released back into the wild) the "pocket monsters" (that's what the word Pokemon is a contraction of) that are the non-sentient creatures of the alternate world the series is set in, whereas the devious machinations of the Team Rocket crime syndicate want to capture rare Pokemon species for themselves. Since its inception the franchise has lasted for many years with no end in sight. 1. Yeah, I know, I should have placed "Pokemon" right here, but I need a 10th franchise related to anime or manga for a full top 10 list. The other icons I looked at didn't really meet my qualifications, so this is a blank space for anyone who wishes to insert their own favorite manga/anime. If you prefer, you can also make any of the manga/anime I've presented go all the way up to here, but you'll need to insert a manga/anime franchise you personally like in the vacant space left behind. Of course, I'll probably find a 10th franchise I can use, but until then, just use this space as your own. So that's it with anime/manga franchises that are considered the greatest and most family-friendly ever. I'm just using it to find anime characters I'd like good images of for a proposed franchise I wouldn't mind doing. Like "Sailor Moon" it will involve a teenage shrine maiden, but this time as a main character. Like "Inuyasha", it will be set in ancient Japan. I have found an image recently of an unnamed anime shrine maiden who has no identity. She appears to be walking along this brick road, apparently into the shrine she must be a maiden at. She also appears to be singing. I've wanted long hair to be used for such a character, and she's got long hair. And I don't want her legs being visible either, and thankfully her legs aren't. Oh, and because I'm just the kind of guy, even though she's not barefoot both of her feet are completely visible in the image. And an added bonus is the fact that there are no other persons present in the image; it's just this shrine maiden whom I hope is a teenage girl. And the image is also thankfully high-quality. This is the only image of its kind I could find, so there you go. (Speaking of Japan, just to let everyone know, I wouldn't mind building a home similar to an ancient Japanese castle like Himeji, the castle that was used as the ninja training school in the James Bond movie "You Only Live Twice", and then maybe build an ancient village around it that could be used for shooting live-action adaptations of anime/manga. I also want to choose the location as somewhere near Alpine Helen, that town in north Georgia that resembles a German Alpine village, simply because of the forestry in the area being realistic enough and because I like Helen.) The anime would involve this girl being bored with being a shrine maiden, and with a desire for adventure, and then one day she intercepts a message that sends her on an epic quest that causes her to get much more than she bargained for, and it's only the beginning. So that's what I'm going to say for today's post. I've rediscovered anime and manga for the first time in my life, and ask when Atlanta's going to have a convention exclusively for anime/manga addicts again (I think they had one earlier this year in the summer, but I just want to know). I wouldn't mind dealing with Japanese comic book and animation art once more, just as I wouldn't mind doing a children's book describing what I'd want to do here (I just hope no one steals my idea and claims it as their own) that can then be turned into an anime/manga franchise (that's family friendly and I do hope Christian-friendly of course). My fictional franchise shall be the "#1" franchise I will include on this list until I can find an actual franchise I can use. So that's all I have to say right now, and I'll see each and every one of you next week.
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Weekly wrap up #83

Hi guys!



Here's what I 've been doing lately:

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Anime DVD Review: Inuyasha First Season Box Set

The Inuyasha First Season Box Set includes five DVDs that contain the first 27 episodes in the first season. The first three discs contain five episodes, the fourth disc contains six episodes, and the fifth disc contains six episodes and bonus features.



The story of Inuyasha begins in feudal Japan, where a half-demon named Inuyasha steals the Jewel of Four Souls; this is an artifact that can increase a person or demon's power enormously. However, Inuyasha is stopped by a priestess named Kikyo, who shoots a sacred arrow at him. The arrow seals Inuyasha indefinitely to the sacred tree. Kikyo, however, is mortally wounded; before she dies, she asks her younger sister Kaede to burn the jewel with her body.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Future of the Shounen Battle/Action/Adventure Genre

I'm sure by now, most of you are familiar with this subsection of anime and manga. I know that shounen is a demographic which is aimed at boys, but over here in the United States it is often inadvertently identified as a genre for a large list of series which share similar characteristics. I tend to usually identify these series as Jump series since most of the titles people readily identify as shounen come from Jump, but in this article I'm going to have to broaden my explanation as their are other series such as Fairy Tail outside of that magazine that use the same formula. Typically, I would tend to define these series as being an action adventure series or a battle manga, but for the sake of this article, I'm going to be politically incorrect and classify these series as just "shounen" so everyone knows what I am talking about.

Now on to the content of this article.What is the future of shounen manga and anime? When most of us (at least in the United States) think of the classic anime that have withstood the test of time, most of them were in fact the battle shounens. When most people are asked what anime are considered "classics" or "must sees" many, if not all of these lists will include series such as: Dragon Ball, Hokuto no Ken, Saint Seiya,, Yu Yu Hakusho, and Rurouni Kenshin (I know that there are other technical shounen series such as Slam Dunk, but I'm focusing on the subsection like Dragon Ball that the American audience readily identifies as shounen).


Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Kibakichi 1 and 2

Hello, my liebchens! Today I feel like talking about one of my favorite werewolf movies. Let me introduce to you, a samurai-horror flick, about a werewolf named Kibakichi.



"Once long ago in Japan, humans and yokai lived in harmony, until the day humans forgot to fear the yokai. The humans slaughtered the peaceful yokai and chased them into the mountains; where they lived until they were strong once again."

Monday, October 21, 2013

A New Experience

Just recently, I have just start reading my first manga, ever, called Pokemon Adventures. You could call me strange since you're clearly reading a post about someone who just started reading a manga (especially one about pokemon), but this was a whole experience for me.



As implied, I've never read a manga before because of the fact that I wasn't interested into comic books or anything that closely resembles as such, and manga were considered as black and white Japanese comics from my point of view back then. However, all of that changed after I read a chapter of the first Pokemon Adventures manga book that I found in a nearby bookstore while shopping with my mother. I was completely astounded once I read the first few pages, I did not expect a manga, a pokemon manga no less, to be very good both by story and design. That had been one of the most interesting reads of my life and I couldn't believe it was a black and white Japanese comic book about an altered story of pokemon.

Saturday, October 19, 2013

BOLD SURVEY

Basically, I BOLD the sentences I agree with. This is going to be easy and fun.



I WISH CLOTHES CAME IN A BROADER RANGE OF SIZES.

Friday, October 18, 2013

Otaku Post: Recommanded Animes to watch

Hey all!!

Hope you guys had an awesome holiday the past 1.5 months ^^/ For me my holiday just started this week (I only had to work 2 days!! Not to mention it was my last day yesterday. Gonna miss my workplace though it was tiring) The past week has been fine, nothing much just that I got to rest a lot and I started to watch animes again. Which brings me to the theme of today's post. Recommanded animes to watch~~

Honestly, I normally don't like animes. I feel that watching dramas are more worth my time. However that does not mean I never watch animes,I just don't really watch animes like naruto or inuyasha (too many episodes and ridiculous way of speaking jap..no offence)

PR: Spiral Into Madness With Deluxe Complete Edition of UZUMAKI from VIZ Media!

VIZ MEDIA RELEASES A DELUXE, HARDCOVER OMNIBUS EDITION OF JUNJI ITO'S CELEBRATED HORROR MANGA UZUMAKI



An Isolated Seaside Town Spirals Into Madness As A Mysterious Infestation Grows

Top 5 Anime of all time

This post will most likely cause arguments rather than settle them. I've been watching anime for as long as I can remember, so it has definitely played a role in shaping my views of science fiction and writing. I will list MY top 5 anime series or movies, and what I love about them. Which will in turn reveal what I draw from them for writing. If I leave out something that is definitely influential, it's probably because there wasn't room in this top 5. It doesn't mean I don't like it, it just means there's no room on this list. I would love to do a top 50 or top 100 influences one day if anyone has suggestions



Without further adieu, here's the list

Bleach: A Retrospective [Pt.1]

Bleach.



Where do I even begin.

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Beyond the Boundary of Arrogance

Something stinks about Kyoukai no Kanata, and I love it.



From the very first scene, and opening lines, Kyoukai no Kanata is everything that your delusional teenage self wrote down in your not-so-secret diary to combat your own isolation and awkwardness. It tells its story with the same gravity that you would have given it at that age, with the straightest of faces and the burning desire to impress. Akihito Kanbara is an immortal half-demon - in spite of the his claim that there is nothing special about himself - whose only companion is Mitsuki Nase, the beautiful childhood friend who is also the president of the Literary Club. Cue the incident that changes his life forever, which also involves a cute girl. Oh, and she's special as well, because she fights demons.

I Want To Hammer My Point In With Many Nails Instead of Few, And That's Terrible: A Galaxy Express 999 Post

After seeing Rintaro's movie version of Galaxy Express 999, I took a look at the summaries for the actual series and was shocked at how awful they made it seem. For 113 episodes, Tetsuro and Maetel do nothing but visit planets and learn lessons regarding how awful it is to be a cyborg? That wouldn't last me through a 13-26 episode series let alone one that's longer than Legend of the Galactic Heroes. How can people like that stuff?



Editor's Note: I forgot to take the time period of the anime into account when writing this, so whilst I stand by my points, I admit that it could have been reworded better and clarified my issues with Kadian in the comment section below.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

NYCC '13 The Beat Podcasts! More To Come NYCC Interviews 1

Straight from the convention booth of at New York Comic Con, it's MORE TO COME! Your podcast source of comics news and discussion starring THE BEAT'S own Heidi MacDonald.



In part one of our NYCC special interview coverage, Calvin Reid speaks with LEYLA AKER, v-p of publishing at VIZ MEDIA, about news on the VIZ PLATFORM, VIZ EUROPE and COMIXOLOGY, and PERFECT SQUARE as well as the manga market and her own publishing background. He also interviews MARI MORIMOTO, translator of such classic manga as INUYASHA and NARUTO and a licensed vet about life in manga translation and the state of the current manga market live from NYCC on PWCW's More to Come.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Kanna's everything

'Kanna' is a character from the anime series 'InuYasha'.

She's a being which only came to life as a separated part of someone else. Always carrying a mirror in which she collects human souls she is called 'Nothingness'.

I used a famous quotation of her. It's said that she as 'nothingness' is not able to understand feelings and emotional actions. But if you asked me thoughts like these prove the contrary.

Current Toonami Lineup

Man I love Toonami but the current lineup doesn't appeal to all fans. Some fans don't like Bleach, Naruto, One Piece, and IGPX. I personally like those shows but for me the problem is that I've seen them before. Besides Sword Art Online I've seen everything on Toonami. This is why most people don't watch Toonami any more. Everything that's on Toonami has already been on there or on TV in general. The only Reason People watch Naruto is because its uncut. Everyone Likes One Piece now so that's not a problem. Even though I'm caught up to it its still good to see it dubbed and now other people who gave up on it can enjoy as well. I say Soul Eater 3 years ago but it is a good anime. When it comes on I only watch it to make fun of it in a playful manner and because the OST is just so good. I think everyone likes Soul Eater so there's no problem with that. I never saw SAO when it came out so I'm glad that it got dubbed and put on Toonami. SAO seems to be doing pretty good. I don't really hear any complaints about it. IGPX is good in my opinion but other people don't really like Mecha Anime. Especially since its about racing. IGPX is not as entertaining as everything else. No one cares about Star Wars except Star Wars fans. It really shouldn't be on Toonami since its not anime. When it comes to classics Big O and Inuyasha are the only two series that are currently on Toonami that get a break. We don't really see these two anime often so its good to see them even though I don't watch them. I've seen all of Inuyasha and Big O. There is no point of me staying up trying to watch it. No one really watches FMA: Brotherhood because it already had a run on Toonami. That was just dumb for them to replay it as soon as it ended. Ever since Cowboy Bebop came to Cartoon Network it has never been off. Isn't this its 4th run on Toonami? And when we didn't have Toonami it was never not on Adult Swim. I love Cowboy Bebop but its time for it to take a long rest. Bleach is currently ongoing in the US so I have no problem even though I'm caught up to the manga. Overall the Toonami Lineup isn't bad because we have the big 3 and other great anime but for other fans like me its shit because we've seen everything on it. I love Toonami but at the same time I know it can be better.
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Friday, October 11, 2013

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas to Hold "Berserk" Triple Feature

VIZ MEDIA ANNOUNCES TRIPLE-FEATURE ANIME THEATRICAL PREMIERE OF BERSERK: THE GOLDEN AGE ARC TRILOGY AT ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA LOCATIONS IN HOUSTON, TX



Texas Anime Fans Will Go Wild For Back-To-Back Screenings Of All Three Dark Fantasy Medieval Action Anime Films In October; Special Triple-Feature Ticket Price For Only $15

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Joe and Jenny recommend: P.H.D Phantasy Degree

[Jenny and Joe work at the Central Library and they LOVE manga and anime! They are going to share their favourite books and films on the Swindon Libraries blog, so watch this space for more great reviews in coming months! ]



We have finally been able to do our next review, which is for P.H.D Phantasy Degree. The author for this series is San Hee-Jon and is published by Tokyopop.

After the survival

Hello everyone, it's been a long while! First I'd like to apologize to you all for not writing more than three posts last month. I have a good reason, one annoying fellow called matriculation examinations. It didn't take all my time - I really did things that weren't related to studying as well, like re-reading Inuyasha and watching some stupid soap opera - but somehow my inspiration for pictures and writing was lost. But now, after the hell is left behind, I feel more energetic again and will continue telling about my every-day life to you. So once more, sorry for the long pause, but thanks for waiting for me.

After spending a nice, relaxing day with JoQQ by feeling like pigs and drooling for Dimitri, the new school period was about to start. Today was a special project day, considering the theme water, and I was forced to hold the position of a photographer. Our high school is taking part of the Comenius project - Wasserleben Was Tun - during which some lucky of us are able to spend a week abroad, work on the theme and get to know people from other European countries. Students from Germany, Hungary, Latvia and Poland are also participating this project and the first trip will be made in less than two weeks, when five upbeat seniors of the German group are leaving for S mmerda, myself included! The only money-related thing that I need to worry about is shopping: our beloved European Union is paying our whole trip. Since German isn't my strongest language, I'm actually feeling a bit worried. But I'm really trying to rehearse the words and grammar before the trip, so hopefully my close-enough communicating skills will turn out to be okay. But really, going abroad for free will definitely be worth of it, and I've always wanted to see Germany. Plus straight after that I'm going to another trip, so October will be full of travelling and different cultures. ~ Guess who is more than pleased?


Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Just viewed my results of first sem and intend to blog about it. So yeah, results are good overall expect some are just disappointing. If not for my DG, i guess i would have retake the module. HAHAH. Whatever it is, i will do better next sem i suppose? Better stop playingggggg! & due to the long and boring holidays i had, i finished another 2 more dramas which includes Yonghwa's WGM. As i'm over obsessed over it due to heartstrings. It's an awesome drama that make people cried badly at the last episode. WHAT IS THIS!!!!



Secondly.. The movie that i've caught ytd. It's awesome!!! Had a long 2 hours just to scream and feel the tense @ the theater. The show wasn't about ghost yet about firefighters. Quite touching as well? Plenty emotions running through actually.! HAHAHAH.

Feminist TV Shows? What?

WARNING: PERSONAL CONFUSION



To be extremely honest, the topic chosen for today was a bit confusing. Furthermore, the fact that I don't watch TV often doesn't help either. Any "television" I watch consist of procured anime/cartoon series off the net...So the I read about the supposed "Golden Age of Television" flew straight over my head! Seriously, the author of the wrote of names and titles as if EVERYONE is supposed to know and understand them! I knew from the first few paragraphs, the topic was a lost cause.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Music Monday

How many of you have heard of the term 'yura yura' even if you don't understand what it means? I know I've heard it at least once, which was why that note of familiarity upon seeing a title of yet another SoundHound search sparked an adventure in seeing how many songs with this title are out there~



Do you even need me to say it? Today we will be exploring songs that are named (or in some cases, mostly contain) the term 'yura yura', often interpreted as 'swaying', however it can also mean 'rolling, swinging, wobbling, shake, waver, rock, tremble, vibration, flicker', thus it's no wonder that this phrase is so widely used. If you're a Naruto fan, this would likely be familiar to you and is probably the most well known Yura yura (Wavering), performed by Hearts Grow and used in, you guessed it, Naruto.

Kino's Journey (TV Series Review)

Director: Ryotaro Nakamura



Company: ACGT, Genco Inc.

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Bleach, Fan-Fiction and The Big Bang Theory

I first started writing thanks to fan-fiction. It's always interesting to look at the scope of things... how far I'd come in my writing since then.

Heck, even my fan-fiction has changed.


Tuesday, October 1, 2013

VIZ Media to Debut "Coppelion" in North America

VIZ MEDIA DELIVERS THE NEW ANIME SERIES COPPELION TO NORTH AMERICAN AUDIENCES THE SAME DAY AFTER THE JAPANESE BROADCAST PREMIERE



Following A Catastrophic Disaster, Three Genetically Engineered Youths Travel To Save Those Forsaken By The Rest Of The World In A Special Simulcast Series Premiere On VIZ Anime, Hulu and Hulu Plus

Spot Colour Photo

For my first Photo I decided to do the Yugioh card Utopia. Since this is my favorite card in the game I decided to use it even though I don't even play Yugioh anymore.For the spot colour I decided to highlight all the yellow and white parts of the picture. This symbolizes the fact that I once read that yellow and white are the colour's of Utopia.



For the Second one I decided to do a gundam from the Gundam Age Series. I decided to use it because Gundam is my favorite TV Anime in the whole wide world.For the Colour Spot I decided to Highlight the Turquoise and gold colour. I decided to do this because these are the main highlights of the gundam as you will discover if you watch the series.