Monthly Archives: October 2014
As promised, I will be going over the new licences announced over the course of the weekend of the London MCM Comic Con. Anime Limited (parent company of All the Anime) will be releasing Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo … Continue reading
So, after umming and erring about it for a while, I decided I would get myself down to London for October’s MCM Comic Con. Naturally, it was well worth it, even if I did have less money than usual to … Continue reading
At 11pm UK time on 23rd October, a new video showing off fifty things in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U was broadcast. Ultimately, it serves as proof of the Wii U version of Super Smash Bros. being the definitive … Continue reading
My Wii U Game of the Month for October is one that could not have existed had Nintendo not stepped in. It is a sequel developed by Platinum Games. A free demo for this game has been available for a … Continue reading
Often, heroes are people chosen by fate or destiny. What happens if heroes are actually chosen via an interview? That’s the premise of this short story I have written.
Initially, I thought I only had one more show to cover. Turns out I was wrong.
The Autumn season continues, and brings along a few more interesting anime titles.
So, the studio responsible for Attack on Titan and Hal is producing its first original anime. The anime is called The Rolling Girls, and as stated in the title, Wit Studio are producing it.
So, the Autumn 2014 Anime Season has officially started. So far, four shows I’m interested in have aired their first episode (well, one of them was technically episode zero, but whatever…). One of the shows didn’t make a good first … Continue reading