Annoyed that Xbox Live is down.
Titans is back, huh? Really curious to see how they are going to beat Trigon. Not expecting much on that front really, considering he wasn't even on the trailer for S2 lol
Curious to see how they are going to end Kanata no Astra. Not many episodes left. Have to say it has been good so far. Wasn't expecting much at first.
That trailer looks eerie enough for a Junji Ito story to work. Seems different from the Junji Ito Collection which seemed abit too quick with what they were going for.
Yes, I even think it was a brilliant idea on their part to stay with the classic black and white. Junji Ito Collection flopped hard because of several motives and one of them was definitely their decision to color his stories, which takes away most of the creepy atmosphere.
: I was meaning to tell you about it a few days ago.
The trailer song is unnerving. Like "Paranoia Agent Opening" unnerving.
Indeed and that might be because all the soundtracks in there apparently will be from the same composer of the horror movie Hereditary!
Well judging from the newest Babylonia PV, at least the fights seem to be well animated. Still think it's weird they are starting with it. There are other stories before it in FGO but I guess the first episode could be mostly exposition. Plus there is always the First Order special that can help clarify stuff.
I'm surprised the El-Melloi OST is out already. Not that I mind of course. You can never go wrong with Kajiura. Her previous Fate works were very good.
he director should have been the guy who did "Made In Abyss" and "Monster" but then I'd rather see him working on the upcoming adaptation of Urasawa's "Pluto". One of the best seinen manga ever.
Is it really all that? I've become quite interested in 20th Century Boys and if Pluto is even half as good as his other work, I might try out after finishing.
@andromeda101: Yes, Ma'am, Pluto is indeed a great work. It's basically an expanded take on the Astroboy arc known as "The Greatest Robot In The World" by the great and late Osamu Tezuka. It's basically a Shonen manga turned into a seinen suspense thriller about trying to stop a killer robot from assassinating the world's most advanced robots and a number of political figures.
It has a large but incredibly fleshed out cast that makes the world feel lived in, Blade Runner levels of robot philosophical discussion, art and paneling that gives a cinematic tone and great action sequences. The fact it's the most compact of his "long running series" work also makes it accessible. I also think his redesigns of the robots are a modern update to Tezuka's designs, especially for Astro Boy (or Atom) and The titular character. They look awesome in this series.
It's my personal favorite Urasawa work and my favorite manga in general.
Why does it seem like Shazam had less common sense in the movie than Billy? Like he aged up and got dumber.
And was I supposed to feel guilty that Billy didn't want to randomly show up at school as Shazam just so Freddy could look cool? Dumbass talked himself into a corner and Billy's the bad guy?
And my goodness Billy's mom. "Yeah I intentionally abandoned you at a carnival when you were like 4, but you landed on your feet, right?" Vengeance. There must be vengeance.
LIGHTNING FROM MY HANDS!!! Cringe.
And Darla...must be protected at all costs. She's too precious for this world.
All in all, not a bad film lol.
I am not at all convinced by Iain Glen as Bruce Wayne on Titans. I understand he’s a good actor (I haven’t seen him in anything), but he doesn’t fit the role of Bruce. At least from that first episode, anyway. Maybe future episodes will convince me.
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