Tuesday, July 29, 2014 Monday, July 28, 2014

I LOLed really reaaaally hard when I saw this…

Mark kept on whispering "It’s Paul Rudd! Paul Rudd!!" with that hillarious amazed look totally made my day XD

Sunday, July 27, 2014
markruffalo:

Avengers (almost) assembled with @marvel with Feige.

markruffalo:

Avengers (almost) assembled with @marvel with Feige.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Sailor Moon Crystal Eps.2: The Genius Beauty in Blue…

Watched this episode this morning, but since my internet ran out of juice, I had to wait for several hours until it’s available to be able to post. This episode marked the debut of the 2nd Sailor Soldier, as has already been hinted at the end of the 1st episode airing last week… er I mean, earlier this month.

Similar to the previous episode, just before I laid my eyes on the animated feature, I took some time to grab the manga and read the 2nd chapter, which is the base story for this one. Thanks to doing that, I can say that though it remained faithful, there were some obvious additions/changes made to the story, that it didn’t end up as a direct scene by scene adaptation like the previous one…

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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

"They found their colors…"

It’s quite surprising to realize that around 6 months had passed since the members of Kyoryuger bid farewell in their last episode. After the lackluster teamup movie (to be honest, I’ve seen it long ago but still struggling to write the review, just because it lacked… a certain punch), the core 6 Kyoryugers returned for their penultimate action feature, the V-Cinema special, "100 Years After"

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Sunday, July 6, 2014

Sailor Moon Crystal Eps.1: It’s Full Moon Time Again…

The remake/reboot/cash-grab/whatever-you-want-to-call-it of the classic fan-favorite anime has finally arrived. To celebrate its 20th year anniversary (of the anime, though technically, it’s supposed to be last year, and manga-wise it’s in fact 3 years late -_-), TOEI decided to create a new tv anime series, bringing in new design, new staff, new cast to both please old fans and attract new fans alike.

When it first aired many years ago, a male audience like me would’ve hesitated to say and promote things ‘so girly’ like this. But time has changed, and the respect of an anime title is no longer bound by gender or race that I’m sure there are many other male viewers much older than me who are also tuning in to this. So, without further ado, here’s my short a rather lengthy review for the premiere episode, and though I can’t promise or count on my internet to post each week, hopefully I can post more reviews for this show in the future…

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Sunday, June 15, 2014

And so Sindbad starts his adventure…

Just watched this spin-off prequel, and I have to say one thing… it’s really great. I think for some parts I even like it much more than the actual (parent) series. This one is adapted from the spin-off manga, with story by Shinobu Ootaka (who is still busy with the main series) while Yoshifumi Ootera is doing the art. I didn’t actually like the art style used in the manga at first, but it has grown on me as the chapters went by, and it does look better and smoother by and by. 

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