Wednesday, March 14, 2012

I'm back bitches.

I've decided to temporarily restart this blog; for numerous reasons. I'll be posting the next update shortly.
Saturday, October 1, 2011


As I have entered high school, and have an AP class, I am rather busy. So this site will be temporarily on hiatus. Sorry. There will be intermittent posts, but nothing frequent. Sign up for the email notifications, to be apprised of new posts. Sorry guys.
Thursday, September 1, 2011

Happy Birthday Hatsune Miku!

As many of you know, Hatsune Miku's birthday was two days ago on August 30th. The virtual idol has been in existence for 4 years now, and has attracted millions of fans. She has preformed in countless concerts, AMVs, has held "live concerts", has had video games and spoof anime and manga made of her and her friends, and now has her own Toyota commercials.

Hatsune's official distribution page, karenT, has a special event ( going on right now to celebrate.

Every year, in Miku's birthplace, Sapporo,Japan, a concert is held. This year, another concert was held at the Nokia Theatre, during this year's Anime Expo., a website where fans can discuss and share all the AMVs and songs that make up the Vocaloid universe, though still in a beta stage, has placed the set-lists from concerts on online, and in order, so if you could not go then, you can enjoy them now.

Also on KarenT there is a special wallpaper download for you: (TinierMe Users, there has been a download for you also.)
Monday, August 15, 2011

Cutting off the Dream Machine's Power

As you know, director Satoshi Kon died of cancer around this time last year. His last film, to have been produced by Madhouse, Yume-Miru Kikai (The Dreaming Machine), has just had it's funding quietly placed on hiatus due to lack of funding. After his death, Yoshimi Itazu took over production in 2010. But of 1,500 planned shots, only 600 have been finished, said Madhouse CEO Masao Maruyama. The film is only temporarily off,  Maruyama announced at a recent Otakon panel, he continued on to say "I do want to go ahead with Dreaming Machine.. I don’t care how many years it’s going to take; I will get the financing required to complete the title”.

Two years ago, Satoshi Kon came up with a typical sci-fi plot. The only thing is, it actually happened, just not in Kon's lifetime. The Dreaming Machine centers on a tsunami that wipes out an entire town, and a robot goes on a quest to find a new source of power for the town. Sound familiar? Kon's story almost seems to predict the events in March, this year. At any rate, fans will have a long wait until the Dream Machine is released.
Monday, August 8, 2011

New Yaoi in the Works

For those of you who like yaoi, and feel, as do many that there isn’t much yaoi anime out there, then I have some good news for you. The 2003 manga, Hybrid Child by Shungiku Nakamura and available in English from Digital Manga Press, is getting an anime adaption, and Nakamura’s other manga, Sekai-Ichi Hatsukoi (“World’s Number One First Love”), is getting a second season. The first season aired last April.
Remember No.6? (, Sentai Filmworks has acquired the distribution rights. A digital copy will be available in the near future, and the home video version is slated for sometime next year.

Bandai has acquired GOSICK, many of the episodes have been reviewed here, Nichijou, the highly successful slice of life, which has been compared favorably to Yotsuba!& and Azumanga Daioh, and the rights to the Code Geass: Renya of the Darkness manga.

Disney has hired Reno 911 co-creator Robert Garant to write a screenplay, called Tux, based on the 1997-2000 romantic comedy manga Tuxedo Gin.

The next Hayao Miyazaki film, master animator from Studio Ghibli, the company that helped define, redefine, and shape what we consider anime today, and brought us classics such as My Neighbor Totoro, Spirited Away, Laputa: Castle in the Sky, Nausicca: Valley of the Wind, and so many more, will be an autobiography. It was not clarified whether or not the film would center on Miyazaki’s own life, or is based on someone else’s. On another Ghibli note, Miyazaki’s son’s newest film opened below the newest Doraemon, Pokemon, and the final installment of Harry Potter.
For those of you who have been reading this for a while, you may recall my Paint it White, the Hetalia movie, post. For those of you who don't remember, or haven't read it, Anyway, the English trailer has been streamed.

We also have a video with the man, Jonathon Brooks, who voices le Prussia.
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