Trying to find a scene from the game on Youtube and having the process made harder by all the videos of the anime adaptation popping up -_-
I still don’t have home internet, and since the only anime I have left is a couple of Gundam series and the first two installments in the Rockman.EXE franchise, I’m torrenting some other stuff for a break. Figured I’d start with Mirai Nikki and Eureka Seven, based on their fame. Anything else you’d recommend me? Like, based on what I’ve given high scores to ( http://myanimelist.net/animelist/Megamean09&show=0&order=4 ) what else do you think I’d enjoy?
I’ve been trying to play VII on an emulator lately, and I’m pretty worried that I won’t be able to properly change discs with it when the time comes. And while I’m aware I could buy it on Steam, if I’m going to pay for a PS1-era game in 2013, I want a remake, not a port.
Anonymous asked: excuse me, senpai. i was wondering what resources you use for finding manga online... or any forums for staying current with jpop? i am attempting to expand from just netflix and crunchy roll... thank you very much, i am really glad i found your blog
I don’t really keep up with Jpop or any kind of pop music, and as far as manga goes I just Google websites to read them on usually, since manga websites never have collections as extensive as anime websites.
However, I’ve noticed that I use two different manga sites for the different manga I keep track of: Manga Traders and Mangahere. If you’re looking for light novel translations, those are even harder to find, but I found a website called baka-tsuki.org that translates a lot of the series I’d been looking for.
For anime, I’d recommend you still use Netflix, Crunchyroll, and Hulu when possible so as to support the industry where you can, but if you can’t find the anime you’re looking for on any of those, again, just Google, or in my case, I use a website called gogoanime.com for most.
Welcome to the blog, always nice to have followers that write :)
Aside from the OVAs and Greed Island, I’m almost finished with Hunter x Hunter 1999.
When people ask me which anime universe I want to live in, I sure as hell know what my answer WON’T be.
I’ve noticed this… well, I can’t even call it a trend, it’s pretty much to be expected. It’s actually become kind of cliché. Just going off the parental situations of the Shonen protagonists I’ve seen, I actually took count of a few:
Mother Only: Makunouchi Ippo, Ash Ketchum, Yusuke Urameshi
Father Only: Ichigo Kurosaki, Haru Glory, Edward and Alphonse Elric
Orphaned: Inuyasha, Naruto, Ceil Phantomhive, Yusei Fudo
Orphaned, raised by someone else, then orphaned again: Goku, Natsu
One parent is alive but not in the picture: Luffy, Rin and Yukio Okumura, Shinji, Tokishima Haruto, Eren Jeager, Gon Freecss (Oddly enough, all of the above only have fathers)
As far as I can recall, I’ve never seen one Shonen protagonist with two parents.
Gotta say, I loved Awakening of the Trailblazer. Despite the enemy being sentient metal aliens instead of actual humans like Gundam normally revolves around, it was a fitting sequel to what was above and beyond my favorite Gundam installment so far.
Pretty misleading if you ask me.
Well, granted, it’s actually Takamura’s job to point that out to the crowd, but still. The schlong-based humor in this series is gold.
Just finished New Challenger last night, time to start on Rising. Is it wrong that I like this series more for the jokes (the dick jokes especially) than the actual boxing?