So often this has been the best part of the show (Spider-Man). It showcases the core of the program with an array of action and dramatic posing, while embodying who and what the show was really about (X-Men). I only wish Thundercats looked half as good as its opening did.
You see, back then I thought raising a kid was just as easy as raising a Pokemon–You hatched the egg, battled it, gave it enough EXP, vitamins, Pokeblocks, and EV Training (Don’t ask) and upon evolving, you’d have this perfect Pokemon.
If you plan to go to a FanimeCon, make sure to take many photos. These cosplayers were all more than willing to pose for shots. And, mind you, they do not only do regular poses, they even do motions familiar for each character. In other words, they play the part. No wonder it is called “cosplay.” Wow!
You may also decide to go with the time of year as to what layout you will use. Check different MySpace user profiles in the weeks before Christmas, Easter, Valentine’s Day, and other holidays to see what people are doing to their layouts to help celebrate the holiday.
Bad naming conventions aside, you had to be floored when you saw the intro to this game. A full polygonal Mario in 3D was groundbreaking stuff and it showed what the Nintendo 64 was (and as it turns out, is only) capable of. Sure it couldn’t do FMV, CD quality music, or had any discernible storage capacity, but damn if it didn’t have a Mario head for you to mess around with. Of course, with the untooned version of Mario out there, maybe we shouldn’t have been pinching the big guy so much…
Last year, my husband and I took our grandson to the Pearl Street Mall Halloween Parade. My grandson was Naruto, an anime to watch character. His mother bought his costume online and he looked authentic. The foot traffic during this time is like the flow of a shoal of fish. You either follow the flow or get smashed into the crowd. It was very hectic trying to watch out for our grandson.
Here is a brand that captures feminine lyricism with lovely shapes. Style #155118 is a lacey white dress that gives the illusion of nakedness. You may be able to find it for almost half the price.
The manga department sees a fair share of new titles this week. Stone Bridge Press releases the novel J-Boys: Kazuo’s World, Tokyo, 1965, Bandai releases Tales of the Abyss GN1 Asch the Bloody, and Udon Entertainment releases Megaman Gigamix GN 2, the Mega Man Tribute, the Mega Man Star Force: Official Complete Works Artbook and Legendary Visions: The Art of Genzoman. The bulk of the manga this week belong to Kodansha Comics though as Until the Full Moon GN 1, Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei GN 10, Phoenix Wright GN 2, Monster Hunter Orange GN 2, Mardock Scramble GN 1, Cage of Eden GN 1, Bloody Monday GN 1 and Animal Land GN 1 hit store shelves this week.