The first of many AMVs of the Week has been chosen . It is available for viewing on the AMV of the Week page here. The next AMV can be chosen via Voting on the Facebook page. Hopefully this this can be expanded as the content grows. I hope all of you enjoy the hard work editors put into this weeks submission. I hope for better ones next week
Tomorrow is the first ever AMV of the Week selection. For this week I will be polling my local anime club for selections. Remember your selections matter too so keep sending them to my facebook page.
It has come to my attention that Sword Art Online is making its first foray into film. While I have mixed opinions on the SAO anime I feel that Sword Art Online Ordinal Scale may change my mind on the franchise as a whole. from what I have seen in the trailers posted below the series seems to be abandoning its focus on Virtual Reality Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing Games (VR-MMORPGs) for an Augmented reality equivalent. While being a first for the series This allows for more real-world scenes which some fans found sorely lacking in season 2. The new setting offers the prospect of new developments in characters.
While I hope Ordinal Scale offers us this and everything else I thought SAO lackedIts all speculation at this point as to specifics of the plot I will be glad to see a continuation.
Growing up in the 90s anime fans were divided into two distinct groups,the younger fans who loved Pokemon or older fans who enjoyed Digimon. While Pokemon is still going strong 20 years after its release Digimon‘s original series, Digimon Adventure, hasn’t seen a true sequel since the second season in the late 90s with Digimon Adventure II. However, the series is currently getting a third season via a few Original Video Animations. (OVAs) While all three were released on Crunchyroll last year these featur-length animations will will be getting a limited theatrical release by Eleven Arts on September 29th . It seems that they are showng all of the currently released OVAs .
Anyone who purchases anime regularly knows how expensive a single season can be. In the hopes to lessen the burden on our wallets, the fine people at Rightstuf Anime have a limited time offer deal on the series and movies licensed by Funimation. Click here to see the current offerings. I am not sponsored by Rightstuf Anime, nor do I have any affiliation with the company. I like to find deals and pass them on to fans like you
As promised the AMV of the Week page has been created. On it you can find rules and submission information. I have linked it on the menu for your convenience. Happy creating!
I don’t usually post regarding my personal life however my local will be hosting a short film festival. For anyone interested in supporting the local arts and cinema I invite you to join myself, @TWILENOUT, @DreamingWildPro and @yellow_cocain3 at Red Door Records and Cinema this Sunday, September 18th, between the hours of 7-9pm . Remember, the door price is $3 and its location is at 133 N. Patterson Street in Valdosta. Come support the arts and motivate local filmmakers.
H tello anime fans,
I know it’s been awhile but life has a crazy way of getting in the way of things. Long story short I am back with a new slate of reviews coming down the pipeline for your reading and viewing enjoyment. During the next few months I will be trying to keep my reviews on a weekly schedule with fun little excerpts and videos along the way. The first of These reviews will be For the movie Summer Wars I find this movie fantastic and I’m looking forward to sharing my thoughts with you. Keep your browser locked here for the upcoming review.