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Thursday, February 28, 2013
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Sunday, February 17, 2013
More Sexiness from Bora and Hyorin!!
Saturday, February 16, 2013
The haunting and beautiful track from Monty Oum's RWBY "White" Trailer.
So FluffyBunnyPwn introduced me to this drama, and I have to say, I was a little skeptical about how good this drama was going to be. BUT, turns out that it was pretty damn good. It was exactly like Fluffy said it would be, "Your typical shounen anime turned into a legit shounen live action drama." It really felt like watching a live action anime. Too bad there isn't an anime for it though.
Kotaro Mochizuki is your typical wimpy main character. He gets caught sleeping in class and has to write a 30 page report about The Summer Campaign of the Siege of Osaka. On his way home he notices an odd building called Shinonome Library of History. He goes in and receives a book from the warring periods and notices that it's about a samurai with his exact name. Things start getting crazy from there and he gets possessed by the samurai from the book.
Friday, February 15, 2013
Just thought I should share this beautiful song.
This isn't officially a full song yet, but I just had to throw it on here. Full song will be released on Feb 19th and I'll post the full song then too.
From left to right: Yoshiaki Maeda, Mitsuru Yamanoi, Gou Iwakura, Masafumi Yoshioka
Apocalypse no Toride, or Fortress of the Apocalypse. Why the weird name? Because the story focuses on four guys in a juvenile reformatory center, a.k.a. Shouran Academy, which is one of the few safe places left in Japan. This isn't your typical everyday citizen slaying a zombie manga. This about four guys who were sent to a juvenile reformatory, each because of a different reason, slaying zombies.
The story starts out with a news cast of a murder case which resulted in an officer's death. It was reported that the officer was attacked by a man who went berserk and bit him in several areas. The suspect in the case is Yoshiaki Maeda. Unluckily for Maeda, even though he didn't do it, he was just at the wrong place at the wrong time. He saw the scene take place but was too horrified to do anything about it and fled. Maeda was witnessed at the scene so he was apprehended, interrogated, then sent to Shouran Academy.
Once he reaches Shouran Academy he is interrogated again by the warden. He tries to tell the truth but fails to because the warden "knows" he is lying (some japanese adults don't care much of what younger people say). He is given a futon and sent to Cell 4 where he meets his three cell mates: Yoshioka, Iwakura, and Yamanoi. Cell 4 gets into some trouble with guys from another cell and both groups are sent to outside to run. While they are running a police van crashes into a pole nearby and they go and check out what happened. A bloody person gets out of the van and the guard who was watching the group decides to take the person to the infirmary, and that's when all hell broke loose.
He who fights with monsters should see to it that he himself does not become a monster.
When you gaze into the abyss, the abyss also gazes into you. -Nietzsche
-Apocalypse no Toride
Awww look at Lector he's so cuuuute!! - BakaNeko
I was gonna say "Shit's about to get REAL!" but, shit's always real in Fairy Tail.
The anime has ended for a while now, but the manga is still continuing the story, and right now, the focus is on Volg, the boxer from Russia. He's my favorite character in all of Hajime no Ippo. He isn't the fastest, nor is he the strongest. He isn't flashy, and he doesn't get a lot of spotlight. However, as person, he's amazing. He's kind-hearted and doesn't get angry much. Throughout the series, he fights in countries away from home. As such, he has to prove himself to everyone, and the latest chapters are no different. He fights the WBC World Champion Mike Elliot. However, he is there only as a replacement challenger because the scheduled fighter injures himself while training. Because of that, Volg only has one week to train and goes into the fight unprepared.
Once again, Volg gets into another fight where he is the foreigner and has to overcome the odds. In Japan he loses to Sendo due to the officials being biased against him because he is Russian. In America, he faces the same obstacle. Despite giving it his all, he is still faced with disadvantages. This time, after nailing a destructive right, the ref deliberately counts slowly and even helps Mike to stabilize himself. Even though it seems like Volg always gets the unfair disadvantages, he still presses on because he knows he has to go through whatever comes his way to get to where he wants to be. In other words, Volg is strong.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Here's my song of the day for Valentines Day! It's the Japanese cover to the popular pop song "Wait For You" by Elliot Yamin, who is also featured in the music video as well.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
"Who the hell are they? Pedophile yakuza?" - words of wisdom from Shinpachi-kun
Shinpachi, the straightman of Gintama. When all hell breaks loose he has to calm it down. Sadly for him though, it never turns out well. Always getting dragged into the chaos when all he wants to do is avoid it. If you see him on the street, spare him a hug.
I love Ai Otsuka, and I love this song. It brings back so many memories. The last time I listened to this song was well over a year ago.