Monthly Archives: June 2012

Audacity of a Plot

Today I saw something that I couldn’t stop laughing about. When browsing around I saw the title of a movie and decided just to see what it was. I had no intention of watching it, but at least wanted to … Continue reading

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Hot-Blooded is the best! Anime review: Inazuma Eleven

One hundred and twenty-seven episodes down. A show aimed at Jr. High boys, 13-15. And one of the best pieces of entertainment I’ve seen in a while, though I’ll have to explain why. Inazuma Eleven is a Shounen (young boys … Continue reading

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One easy method for a hero to win every time

Earplugs. Headphones. In any confrontation, don’t listen to what the other person says, period. Actually I’d extend this to video games/pvp as well, though that’s not as applicable to a writer. But sometimes it appears to me that really, the … Continue reading

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Where did he get the bomb?

Title says it all. TV isn’t real. I know that. But when all of a sudden a series of bombs goes off, I have to seriously wonder where a group of teenage girls got professional explosives and remote detonators. Or … Continue reading

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Kazan by Gaku Miyao

I read a lot of manga. I don’t really review any of it. But I wouldn’t feel right if I didn’t say a couple words about the 7 volume series by the name of Kazan. Kazan is our hero in … Continue reading

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Heroes and Superheroes

Heroes don’t win. They try. Superheroes win because they try. A superhero wins when they try. A superhero has some faults. But they hold back. When they have a mental problem, they fail. They are unlimited, able to get where … Continue reading

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