Having had enough of “real life,real teenagers”. emotional storylines and classic manga titles, i’ve decided to show a bit of my dark side. Oh come on,you just knew there had to be more to me than romantic comedies!
UPDATE: Added external links to video.
This time we’ll look a bit deeper into the mechanics that make up this exciting new high-speed fighter.
As the countdown begins to the release of the final volume of the series,i take a look at what in my opinion is one of the best manga titles on the market today.
Episode 7: “Make it come true! Momoko’s Love” + “Heinous Trio? The Amoeba Boys!”
UPDATE: 3 new interesting notes.
UPDATE 2: Added external link to video.
Finally, it’s here. Time to update this old entry of mine…
Just came in today! First press copies include a B2 promotional poster for the album, (can’t wait to hang this baby up!) Inside you’ll discover a mini photobook with, of all things, childhood photos of the Akiba idol herself… which I think no one was expecting. Can’t say it wasn’t a pleasant surprise though. Oh and let’s not forget the actual album here, which I so patiently have been waiting for all this time! 13 tracks, mostly released material from various indie labels throughout 2005, post-UNDER17 mixes you know. I’ll try to write up more on the new cd, if time permits, as well as provide additional snapshots and a mini-review. Now listening to “Akihabalove” ~ summery summer version!
Camera phone digital shot from C70… Drive Ignition!
UPDATE: Now listed on the official Nanoha website (*Credit to Varion)
UPDATE 2: New Scans Added
From the Nanoha A’s PROJECT booth @ Comiket 70, comes… not an announcement regarding a Hayate OVA, oh no…, but instead the biggest surprise of the year! The official third season of Nanoha TV, titled, “StrikerS“. News is even hitting the official Nanoha mixi community! 2ch has even caught wind of it as well. Set to premiere sometime in 2007. More details as they come in.
Here we go again…
I thought that i’d take a break from reviewing some new titles and instead take a look at one of the true groundbreaking classics of manga. It’s good to take a look at the roots of manga every once in a while.