Thursday, October 31, 2013

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FWS Top Ten: My Favorite Anime

To us old-school fans of Anime and Manga, like me, it is still strange to see the amount of Manga and Anime available in mainstream book stores and online. I've been watching Anime since 1978 and until the mid-1990's, Anime and Manga were underground, and suffered from poor translations and video quality...but I was completely hooked. So much so, by the time I was in high school, I could carry on a basic conversation in Japanese. During those dark years, we got what we could take and afford, and fans were few and far between...unlike today. In the small towns in Oklahoma, where I grew up, Anime fans were few, and often I was the only one with videos to spread the gossip of Japan animation over that Disney shit. Anime has had a huge impact on my life and writing, and I thought I should share my top ten anime works. You will notice that Akira does not appear on this list. And there is a good reason for that. While I read the manga of Akira, I was never impressed with the Anime, it was just too much with annoying characters, and I think it over-hyped.


Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Flashback Friday, Blood-C: The Last Dark Released; The Question I see far too Much- "Is Blood-C a Continuation of Blood+?", New CLAMP Illustrations, The Legend of the Legendary Heroes and A Chance to

Hey there! Like usual, sorry it took quite sometime to get this post up but I have a buns load of amazingly great news upon news for you all! First off for Flashback Friday I went back, edited all of my previous blog posts and will be giving updates/announcements on series that were posted in the previous blog posts! I'll start with Kamisama Kiss since I have buying a manga volume every time I go to Hastings >..< Heroes of Cosplay- Heroes of Cosplay will be returning next year for another season, though the official date is still unknown. This was announced last week on Heroes of Cosplay Facebook page. They also said they were looking for more imaginative cosplayers out there to cast; might not be too late to check into it if you're interested so make sure to go to their Facebook page for complete details! Wolf Children- The Wolf Children movie will be released November 26. Just by watching the trailer I started to tear up; can't wait to watch the movie =D Here is the link to the trailer- You can still put in your pre-order from RightStuf by clicking this link- There will also be a Wolf Children Graphic Novel that will be released March 25, 2014! Typing about Mamoru Hosoda, here is a contributed Illustration done by CLAMP.

This Illustration was done for the 'Summer Wars Official Comic Anthology' and is the first page of the book! xxxHolic Rei- Due to Del Rey shutting down we thought we might not see a US release of xxxHolic Reifor several more years, however Kodansha Comics USA (Del Reys successor) is not only releasing xxxHolic Rei, but also omnibus editions of xxxHolic and Tsubasa next year! Once the Japan release date of xxxHolic Rei is announced Kodansha USA will set and announce the US release date! So does this mean that we will be seeing a US release of Tsubasa ALBuM De REProDUCTioNS 2 and XXXHOLiC Butterfly's Dream Artbooks in the near future as well? I sure hope so! On the topic of xxxHolic Rei it was shown that this Illustration will be the cover of volume 1 for the Japanese release. MangaFox also just updated the new chapter. Oh CLAMP how you love to confuzzle us! Back to where Yuko?! Cardcaptor Sakura- CLAMP has done a lot of new Cardcaptor Saukra Illustrations for the Cardcaptor Sukra Moblie game, but it looks as though we will be seeing more than just Illustrations soon! Cardcaptor Sakura Producer Eizo Kondo says that he would like to make a new anime of Cardcaptor Sakura! So will we be seeing a re-make of Cardcaptor Sakura in the near future?!

Discotek will be re-releasing The Cardcaptor Sakura Movie on DVDa re-dub??? All fingers crossed!

Tuesday, October 29, 2013


Clannad is one of those shows that I love and hate at the same time because sometimes I feel like; OH MY GOD, THIS IS AMAZING! and other times I have a disappointing feeling like; really?

This show revolves around the lives of Tomoya and Nagisa (and an assortment of other people such as friends, family, and landlords) and I get that there supposed to be all "hormonal" with "impaired judgement" along withhaving "rough teenage lives" but some of the reasoning that goes on in their head really does not compute (in my opinion.If any of you found Clannad to be an emotionally powerful story I don't mean to say that that sounds silly.)

Sunday, October 27, 2013

New Bayonetta: Bloody Fate Trailer Brings Back The Gang

Back when the first trailer arrived for the upcoming BAYONETTA: BLOODY FATE, some were wondering what happened to a majority of the series' cast. While there was plenty of Bayonetta herself and copious amounts of cleavage, fans were left to ponder the fate of their beloved characters. Fortunately, Gonzo has heard your cries and has released a new trailer this week which showcases the rest of the gang.

Characters such as Rodin, Enzo and Luka all make appearances in this new trailer, which should hopefully assuage some of the fears that fans have about this upcoming anime adaptation.

Saturday, October 26, 2013

My Review of Blood C

Disclaimer: This reivew contains some spoilers, and since they tie in directly with my most imnportant points about the show, I won't be hiding them. Read with discretion.

Blood C (2011)

Friday, October 25, 2013

ParaWars: Uprising Blog Tour: Guest Post

Welcome to my stop on the . I'm so thrilled to be on this tour because Cait, , and I go way back. For today's stop, I've got a bomb guest post by Cait Greer about the music behind the book to share with all of you!

I am a huge book/music person so it's always a treat for me to get to see the music that inspired the book, characters, scenes, etc. So, check out Greer's playlist and let me know what you think of the song choices. Psst, Greer has excellent taste! ;p


Mike (@), a lapsed anime blogger, has the same origin story as plenty of other fans of a certain geography and age: a cloudy mix of Vampire Hunter D, Ghost in the Shell, Akira, and Macross Plus. You can occasionally find the telltale byline otou-san at and until returns from the deep again, as it probably will someday.One of the calling cards of the aging anime fan, a relatively new species in the West, is his insistence that they just don't make 'em like they used to. And in the 21st century, a case could definitely be made for that. While the OVAs of the late 80s and early 90s heralded an anything-goes era of experimentation where the spectacular outweighed the sensical, anime in the post-industry-collapse world is increasingly marked by formula and safety: works that guarantee a hardcore otaku audience yet alienate other potential consumers.

But we've heard all that before. Years as recent as 2010 give us plenty of reason to believe this is the case -- there's always hope.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Reel Anime 2013 Review: Momo e no Tegami

Genres: Comedy, Drama, Magic

Ending Theme: "" by Yuko Hara

Production Studio: Production I.G

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Ghost in the Shell

So I've written about my favorite anime TV show (Mushi-shi), I've written about my favorite manga series (Bleach), now I shall write about my favorite anime movie; Ghost in the Shell.

Not much can be said about this movie without revealing its plot, and the plot itself is so complicated I don't think I could properly describe it.I had to watch the movie three times before I understood its entire plot; there are many pieces to the story, and the film itself is not long so viewers really have to pay attention to every detail.

Monday, October 21, 2013

Cool Products Monday, October 21, 2013

For the new update, we've got some excellent products from Japan for you. You can view all new J-List products by clicking .


Sunday, October 20, 2013

Otakon Vegas to Welcome Prolific Voice Actor and Director Richard Epcar

OTAKON VEGAS welcomes one of the hardest working actor/directors in show business, RICHARD EPCAR, having voiced over 300 characters in games, animation and anime. He is best known as the voice of Batou in Ghost in the Shell, The Joker in several Batman games including Injustice: Gods Among Us and Ansem in Kingdom Hearts.

Starting out in Robotech, you've heard him in Legend of Korra, Lupin the Third, Monster, Naruto, Transformers, Bleach, Kenshin, GTO, Gundam, Macross, Lucky Star, Digimon, X-Men, and Power Rangers to name a few.

Anime Review: Kemono no Souja Erin

GENRE: Fantasy

CREATOR/STUDIO: Nahoko Uehashi (writer of light novels)/Production IG

Friday, October 18, 2013

MCM announce October's London Comic Con guest line-up

MCM Expo/London Comic Con returns to ExCel London on 25th - 27th October. As well as hosting a galaxy of great sci-fi, movie, games, comics, anime and cosplay content, they've also got their usual huge line up of special guests - with more guests being added all the time! see for the latest London Comic Con news - but here's a round-up of who's been announced so far:

* Red hot fantasy-noir show LOST GIRL is coming to MCM London Comic Com, with stars Ksenia Solo (Black Swan, Life Unexpected) and Rachel Skarsten (Transporter: The Series, Birds Of Prey) plus executive producer Jay Firestone (Andromeda, La Femme Nikita).

Stop Following Test Scripts and Think: 99 Ways Workshop #91

The Software Testing Club recently put out an eBook called "". Some of them are really general and vague. Some of them are remarkably specific.

My goal for the next few weeks is to take the "99 Things" book and see if I can put my own personal spin on each of them, and make a personal workshop out of each of the suggestions.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

2013 Fall Season (R) Spring smurfs 3d Season (R)

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can be found here. Complete List of Characters Series: Aikatsu! 2 Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio-Arpeggio of Blue Steel-BlazBlue: Diabolik Lovers Alter Memory Coppelion Galilei Donna Diamond no Ace Crusher Freezing Vibration Gaist Gingitsune Golden Time Gundam-Build Fighters-Hajime no Ippo: IS-Infinite Stratos-2 Kakumeiki Valvrave Rising 2 kikou Kizutsukanai-Unbreakable Machine Doll-la wa Shoujo Kill Kill Kuroko no kyoukai no Kanata Kyousougiga Basuki 2 Little Busters! Log Horizon ~ Refrain ~ Lupin Sansei: Princess of the Breeze - Kakusareta Kuuchuu Toshi Magi: The Kingdom of Magic Meganebu! Miss Monochrome Nagi no Bushi Road Non Non Biyori smurfs 3d Kairiku Asukara Neppu ga Ore no nouna Sentakushi, Gakuen de Jama Shiteiru smurfs 3d Zenryoku Oshiri it Kajiri Lovecome Mushi 2 Outbreak Company Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle 3 Pocket Monsters: THE ORIGIN Ginga Saikyou Pupa Pocket Monsters Ultimate XY Zero: Battle Spirits Samurai Sentai Flamenco Seiyuu Voice-Torm 7 Sekai de Ichiban Narita Tsuyoku! Strike the Blood Brothers Super Seisyun Teekyuu 3 Tesagure! Walkure Romanze Bukatsu-mono White Album 2 Yowamushi Pedal Tokyo Ravens Yozakura Quartet ~ Hana no Uta ~ Shibushibu Shuushoku Yuusha wa Ore ni wo Narenakatta Shimashita Ketsui. OVA: Chihayafuru Fate / Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya Free! Genshiken Nidaime IS-Infinite Stratos-2 Kill Me Baby KissXsis Maken-ki! You can `yuu Miyakawa-ke no Kuufuku Seitokai Yakuindomo. Dai 2 Ki Suisei no Gargantia Terra e ... Machigatte Iru wa Ore no Seishun Lovecome Yozakura Quartet Yahari Movies: ARISE: Ghost in the Shell 2 Captain Harlock Code Geass: Akito 2 Boukoku no Eiga Dokidoki! Precure:

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Upcoming Korean FPS Games of 2013-2014 (mostly not interesting)




There is unrest between the people and the police in Japan which has resulted in extremist action. In turn the government has trained and armed select soldiers to withstand and push back these extremists.

One soldier in particular is beginning to question his resolve. Through him we venture further into his world, how he perceives it and the events that follow. In this film we see inner struggle both in his everyday life and his dreams. There is a theme on the original telling of Red Riding Hood at the core of the film and the concept of wolves which makes for an interesting dreamlike experience. It has much more depth than Akira and actually draws more emotion out of the viewer. Also the animation is completely consistent from start to finish and not the least bit erratic.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Soboj ostat'sya dol'she

NOTE: Sorry for the cryptic title of the post. It's explained further down in the post. I just felt that it sums up my current state of mind and thought patterns pretty well.

Well. My writer's block continues. Sometimes I wonder if one of these days it'll start and just never stop again. When I think about the fact that I didn't write anything for nearly six years, it doesn't seem that unlikely to me. In the mean time, I try to keep pushing myself to write to try and avoid that outcome. Nothing I've written in the last week or so is really worth publishing though. So instead it's time for a bit more rambling from me.

Music Monday

For some time, I've been searching long and hard for opening themes and closing themes in languages other than Japanese or English (I don't mean redubs by the way). Although , I find that English songs used as opening or closing themes is now probably more prevalent than it ever was, so much so that it's no longer that 'special' to me (though it was back when Eden of the East was about, but probably only because I was more ignorant).

If you're interested, you can check out this , though if you look them up you can tell they're accurate, just incomplete since there are glaring omissions - one which I will be covering later in this post! Anyway, despite that, it's still interesting to see what choices are made and whether it is an English or a Japanese band performing the song (sometimes you really can't tell, but sometimes you can).

Bet You Thinking Twice About that Upcoming Barackalypse, Huh?

In a previous article, I discussed how the upcoming Barackalypse will be a full eco-techno-socio assault on African-Americans from every direction and the brothas and sistas ain't ready and too busy goofing off. Now brothas and sistas are getting the full preview of what's about to go down with the US Government shutdown due to the budget impasse between the White House and House of Representatives. So now, I'm popping that microwave popcorn so I can sit back and watch our ineffectual Black leaders just run their mouth and perform futile actions against a right-wing machination our leaders failed to prepare to do real battle against.

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Sunday, October 13, 2013


Based on the original "" manga by Tomonori Inoue , this science fiction story centers around the struggles a group of genetically engineered girls face on their mission to wander the wastelands of post-apocalyptic Tokyo as they look for survivors in the desolate city, abandoned after a nuclear incident.

Was quite impressed with the first two episodes of , the visuals and atmosphere really grabbed me and make me want to see more of the girls' journey in this post-apocalyptic world.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

NEETest Story Ever

There are many things that work out great for - a fabulous first episode (although NF has seen quite a few anime over the years, he hasn't quite seen one in which Washington DC was featured so heavily (the first episode in Eden of the East) and so wonderfully accurately! And while NF cannot (sadly) vouch for the accuracy of depictions of Shibuya, Shinjuku, Akihabara, Roppongi, Ikebukuro or the other Tokyo neighborhoods featured often in other animes, in this case at least, he could really appreciate the accuracy of the DC architecture that formed the background for the exploits of the protagonists in the first episode); a breezy, smooth flowing story arc; and wonderfully well etched characterizations.

But the thing that struck NF as the most impressive was the seamless transition of a series that looked like a simple, somewhat formulaic romcom (NF was a little apprehensive at first, given the theme, but the first episode convinced him to at least watch the complete eleven episodes of the series) into a bona fide science fictional escapade! In fact the SF themes are so subtle, unhighlighted and well stitched into the entire fabric of the series that you might be forgiven for missing out on them completely! The characters' interaction with technology is so realistic, effortless and casual that it makes you realize how even advanced technology slowly permeates our entire being with its users barely conscious of how their habits and routine have absorbed, adapted and subsumed and in turn have been subsumed by the said technology. (Another wonderful anime that manages to do this very beautifully is one of NF's all time favorites - .) One wonders if it is unique to the Japanese culture to think so naturally about technology and portray its effect on society in such a restrained, understated way (the phenomenon sure is very unique to the Japanese) or is it the hallmark of simply brilliant direction - after all the great - the director of Ghost in the Shell TV series, dons the mantle!

Origins of Anime

On Friday I went to look at books in the college liberty and I found a book that caught my attention. It was called NeoYork- Anime And Beyond. In the first few pages it explains the origins of Anime which I never hear of before.

According to this book the oldest Japanese animation in 1917 was only two minutes long and featured a samurai and his sword. Here is a video of some of the old Anime. The very first animation in 1917is shown in this video at the start.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Interpreting Interpretation: (Meta-)Interpretive Frameworks

A while back, I to analyze the ways that interpretive styles differ among fans, and how we can use that to not only classify ourselves but also understand some of our own behavior and tendencies. Along the way I ended up coming up with a working definition of "interpretation" that I could use for discussion. Ironically, at the same time, as part of a different project, I ended up a definition of fan(dom) that I thought was pretty workable, and also helped explain some of our behavior. And at the end of the summer, I engaged in a discussion with Misfortunedogged that ended up turning a "" into more of a discussion on interpretation and art. In this post, I hope to bring some of these ideas to bear on a discussion of some of the larger frameworks/trends/dichotomies that seem to characterize interpretation as a whole.

For instance, how many interpretive frameworks came into play during this one scene/arc from Hyouka, both within the anime itself and the community at large?

Japanese Voice Actor Tomoyuki Dan Passes Away

Anime voice actor Tomoyuki Dan passed away on October 10, 2013 due to recurring aortic dissection. He was 50 years old at the time of his passing.

He was born under his real name of Yoshio Tanaka on August 6, 1963. He joined Seinenza in 1987, where he had a long career in stage productions. He also appeared in Madadayo, the final film directed by Akira Kurosawa. He also did Japanese dubs of foreign films in addition to anime voice acting.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

The Embodiment of Information Presented in Anime



Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Various Stats From the First Round of the Anime Music Tournament

I won't lie; the first round of the Animusic Tourament took a long time to complete and my interest started to flag about three quarters of the way through. Now that we've come back around for the second round I'm feeling re-energized and, beyond voting for the second round (don't forget to ), I wanted to channel this energy into something related. I decided that I'd look into how much was gained by stretching the pool of participants out to 256.

Once I decided on doing some number-crunching, I realized there were several other stats I was interested in finding out and this ballooned the information I needed to gather greatly but I'm happy with the results, which I'll summarize below.

Feminist TV Shows? What?


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.

Rise of the Anime Titan: Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan)

This past year started out like any normal one for otaku worldwide.The spring calendar was full of colorful moe shows, a few comedies, a chunk of fan-service shows, and a couple of surprises.However, out of the few surprises, which included three mecha shows, no one saw this one coming. Written by Hajime Isayama and published by Kondansha (Kodansha Comics USA stateside), Attack on Titan (Called Shingeki no Kyojin in Japan), animated by Production I.G. (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex)made its debut and did more than conquer Tumblr, Twitter, and Facebook for a few days.Attack on Titan has managed to do the one thing that hasn't been done since the heyday of Naruto, Bleach, Death Note, Fullmetal Alchemist, and even Spirited Away: Make fans of anime, new and old, care again.

Hailed by many as "The Game of Thrones of Anime," Attack on Titan is a dark fantasy series focused on humanity's fight for survival against the indomitable gargantuan creatures, The Titans, which loom over the populace in their domed cities and rain down havoc and destruction at each turn. Eren Yaeger, a young man from the first city hit by the Titans, rises to oppose the creatures after watching his mother die at the hands of these monsters.Hell-bent on revenge, Eren, along with his adoptive sister, Mikasa, and their friend, Armin, join the military with a number of others to combat the beasts, using equipment and skills to perform action-packed feats that would make Spider-Man proud.Although it seems like a simple premise, there is more than meets the eye here (Yes, I went the Bay route).More twists than a pretzel and surprises abound in this series that is currently at 25 episodes. It's a mystery wrapped in thrilling action.Even the fans following the source material (the comic book) have been left guessing what happens next.

Summer Project

"Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards."


Monday, October 7, 2013

UTR 3 Ghost in the Shell +

What's up!?

I recently watched anime film called Ghost in The Shell. Yes, it is an old movie and I am a little bit behind but wow, was this film crazy. I thought Akira's symbolisms and themes were already out of the ball park but Ghost in The Shell takes it to another level!

Comic Book USA: Best of Previews October 2014


Eccoci a commentare le novit ' presenti sul PREVIEWS di Ottobre, che anticipa per noi le uscite di Dicembre prossimo.

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Japanese Films at the 10th London International Animation Festival

The plays host to the which runs from Friday, October 25th to Sunday, November 03rd with over 300 films from 30 countries being screened. There are a number of Japanese films playing at the festival and here they are:


Saturday, October 5, 2013

The Anime Music Tournament 2013 Bracket Pedro

We get a nice "YEEEEEEEEEEEEEES!" here compared to the bracket namesake's trademark "NOOOOOOOOOO!" as we come to the last bracket of the first round, with the close to finishing, the already completed. Sixteen more songs to randomly and shoddily pontificate about, in what's been an intriguing, and sometimes confusing, tournament so far. Many takeaways to come later.BPR1P1

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Friday, October 4, 2013

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Ghost in the Shell: Arise

Having watched Ghost in the Shell since it first arrived on western shores I, like so many other fans, have had a few questions about Major Kusanagi. Who is she? How did she get a fully cyborg body, where did she come from, what her family was like these all seem pretty reasonable questions, when you think about it.

answers these questions - without actually removing much of the mystery behind Kusanagi. Although we now know how she meets Aramaki, Batou, Paz and Togusa, there's still way more questions than answers we have about her life. With luck, none of them will be addressed in future episodes. ^^



I watch/read/consume a lot of foreign entertainment. I mean if I was only going to watch British, or even worse, English entertainment I'd quite rapidly run outand be bored to tears in the meantime. But as the current trend seems to be to divide the, SPHERICAL, world into some kind of post-colonial longitude-based separation with me at the centre being as I reside on the dying husk of an attempt at global tyranny and therefore find myself classed as 'Western'. I should say that I watch/read/consume a lot of 'Eastern' entertainment. Why? Well I'm glad you asked.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Liebster Award!

My first blog award! How exciting. Awarded to me by the wonderful , this "prestigiously obscure" blog award is meant to draw attention to blogs with under 200 followers. The rules/requirements/gentle suggestions for the awardee:

1) Expose my readers to the randomness of my soul.

Wrapping up September

I got the best news ever this month - are you ready? Are you sitting down? I was offered a place at uni next year in the Honours program!!! Okay, maybe it's not momentous for you lot, but I've come to the realisation over the last few months that I want to get more out of university than what my last degree offered me. Don't get me wrong - I'm very happy with my Bachelor of Communications, as it introduced me to some great people and great opportunities. I wouldn't have done anything else. But now, I can further refine that, and aim towards a specific career sector. Whether I head further into the world of academia after my Honours, or leap into the world of cinema with a new passion, or give it up completely and turn to a life on the streets (just kidding) isn't locked in stone yet, but I feel better about my future than I have for a while.

I really wanted to knock off a review of Martha Marcy May Marlene in the next day or two, but I'm on a short film until Sunday (my birthday, yay!) and I don't think I'll be getting a chance. Living out in the burbs has its disadvantages when it comes to travel. I am near nothing. I'll be waking at five just to make sure I'm out the door on time in order to get to the train station to get to location. I also need to buy batteries. Can't make a film without batteries. So, long days for me for the next week, but it should be pretty fun. I was an extra on said film today (as sound would have been an absolute impossibility and there was no dialogue anyway) and it looks pretty freakin' cool.

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.