All Points Bulletin: Play Misty for Me

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Narutaki’s picks:

Hisui’s picks:

  • Organized Chaos

    • 36: Coincidentally just as Narutaki was talking about Bill Willingham’s Fables series on the Ani-Gamers podcast it seems that Chaos Theater had the same idea. WARNING: The Chaos Theater podcast is filled with major spoilers.
    • 37: A look at the films of Hayao Miyazaki. An examination of the good, the great, and the could have been better of his career. I think some of their opinions might be a little outside the norm but that is always interesting in of itself.
  • It Has to be Better than James Bond Jr.
    It has to? Right? A new otome game called British Detective Mysteria has a Victorian setting and a dashing young Sherlock Holes Jr. and Watson Jr. It might be interesting if it gets turned into an anime. It looks super cheesy but that never rules out being fun.
  • No Khal Drogo vs. Legolas?
    In classic Superman vs. the Flash fashion they ask George R.R. Martin who would win in a fight between some of his characters and Lord of the Rings characters. The nerd gloves come off.
  • Type-Moon News Round Up

    • A Deluge of News: Crunchyroll has news about Fate/EXTRA CCC, Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya, and new Fate/Zero figure all in one article.
    • Double Tapping the News: Silicon Era goes a little more in-depth about the new Fate/EXTRA CCC news.
    • Waiting is the Hardest Part: Aniplex is delaying the DVD release of the Garden of Sinners movies for a better release. At those prices they better do that.
    • Gilgamesh’s Zugzwang: More awesome Fate/Zero chess pieces.

Can’t resist more Trigun.


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