They didn’t call him the King of Monsters for no reason. The franchise didn’t become a big hit classic in Japan without baseless explanation. And now I understand that the 1998 US adaptation wasn’t panned by critics out of nowhere. Ladies and gentleman, behold for I have finally seen GODZILLA…
I’d watch this show.
THAT… WOULD… BE.. AWESOME…
Time to start the hype for Age of Ultron!!! (as if I haven’t already done that anyway LOL)
Much similar but wholly different concept to Akibaranger, Kanpai Senshi After V (After Five Cheers Warriors) is a parody show, mocking fun of the Super Sentai series. Unlike Akiba which was a direct homage to the parent show, with various cameos, CG fights and twisted delusional stories, After V is (way way more) low-key, and low-budget. Just like what the title suggests, it speaks about a team of heroes (famously called Treasure V) who would go to hang out, dine and do karaoke together after five, much akin to regular salaryman. These bright colored cloth-and-not-spandex heroes (reminiscent of the 80s team, Goggle V in particular) earned their new and more popular name just like that.
"The one who will become King is me…"
When we last saw our young brash and courageous Sindbad, he had followed the enigmatic Magi Yunan’s advice and dove right in to the gates of the 1st dungeon. After around 2 months of waiting, the next episode finally arrived and it immediately directed us to the very center of Baal’s magical shrine.
Here’s some more Guardians of the Galaxy images…
YOU’RE WELCOME! ;D
What happened when a movie I’ve been waiting for months FINALLY premiered in my country? I immediately jumped in to the occasion, pushed myself to go and watch it while completely ignoring the fact that a terrible flu was/is still hanging inside my body. Of course I don’t need to tell you what movie that is, since the pictures have spoken on their own account. And yes, of course I was knocked down cold as soon as I came back home too, which is the reason why it took me 4 days since Wednesday to finish this review.
Anyway, Peter Jason Quill (perfectly played by yet another Chris), you’ve got some explaining to do, cause how on earth have your movie become the first Marvel Studio movie (as far as my memory can tell) that opened really (and I mean REALLY) late in this beloved-behated country of mine! Though somehow I have a clue to the reason why, it doesn’t change the fact that that still feels like Guardians’ being treated like the bastard child of the family here. I wonder why is that? Because it’s so obscure and unfamiliar and features a ragtag of A-holes?