Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Word is coming from 2chan that in the January issue of Comic GUM contains the announcement of a fourth season of everyone's favorite nudity show, Ikki Tousen. Lovingly referred to as Titty Tousen here at the Modern Method office, I think you can tell we're all rather excited about the next wave of breasts that are going to be flung in our face.
If everything we've read on the Internet is to be believed, then this fourth season will be titled Ikki Tousen XX: Xtreme Xecutor, and will feature the lovely Endou Aya voicing the role of Mouki Bachou. The show will also be getting a new character designer, although no word on who it is yet.
We'll find out for sure, as the website should be updated on Thanksgiving, giving us something to stare at while we wait for more information. And if you happen to be at Winter Comike, then you'll be able to pick up the Episode 0 DVD that'll be on sale there.
So, who's ready to get some high-quality anime with a deep plot about humanity and what it takes to become a--sorry, I couldn't say that with a straight face. Who's ready for some of the most blatant fanservice possible? And the 50 or so figures that are bound to follow from this series?
Sunday, November 22, 2009
A son caught in the midst of an auto-asphyxiative onanism session clubbed his mother to death for interrupting him.
The 22-year-old man lived together with his 44-year-old mother in the Croatian city of Split, with neighbours describing the woman as “reclusive” and the son as “troubled.”
However, when his mother walked in on him as he masturbated with a scarf tied tightly around his neck, her shocked reaction enraged him, and he grabbed a small statuette and used it to bludgeon her over the head, killing her. He also attempted to strangle her.
Whether he was aggrieved over his mere discovery, her reaction, or the exposure of his apparent fetish (self-strangulation is a somewhat dangerous technique occasionally used to induce intense orgasms or arousal) is not clear.
Police were alerted to the incident by the son’s call to emergency services, and he confessed and was arrested upon their arrival.
I was floored by this story Iv read alot of werd storysfrom japan befor but this one takes the cake and sorry for not updating for a week my classes got me runing thew hoops
Friday, November 13, 2009
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
It's time for more Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya news! The official website for the film has confirmed that Haruhi will disappear for 150 minutes, on the previously announced date of February 6, 2010. Yup, you read that correctly; the Haruhi film's running time is two and a half hours... approximately equal to seven episodes of the TV series.
The few fans Haruhi has left are quite excited by this news. Running time was one of the major concerns upon the initial announcement of the movie; many were fearful that the plot of the original novel would be condensed to fit the length of the film. That concern has been mostly alleviated by this announcement. It would seem as if Kyoani is trying as hard as they can to please their remaining fanbase.
Can this film restore Haruhi to it's former glory? I'm still skeptical, but I'm willing to give it a chance.
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Tuesday, November 3, 2009
As many of you may recall, the final episode of Haruhi's second season contained an announcement for the upcoming Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya film. Now, it seems as if the film will be premiering on Feburary 6, 2010; far earlier than most fans expected. Unfortunately, English-speaking Haruhiists will have to wait longer to see their goddess disappear, unless they have easy access to a Japanese theater. To pass the time, why not enjoy some Haruhi bunnygirl cosplay, courtesy of Matsunaga Ayaka?
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Monday, November 2, 2009
It's been about 4 years since the last season of D.C. ~Da Capo~ aired on Chiba TV, but it looks as though another season might be hitting the air sometime next year. Reportedly, Circus--a studio famous for their countless eroge filled with horny school girls that may or may not choose to partake in sexy fun-time with you, depending on your choice of dialog--recently dropped the news at their Premium Concert and Announcement event over the weekend.
The original Da Capo eroge centered around a boy named Junichi and takes place during the end of his middle school days. They throw in some pointless stuff about his magical powers and a sakura tree, but basically the goal is to make it with one of the female heroines, one of which happens to be his cousin. Probably unhealthy, I know, right?
Anyways, there haven't been any new details regarding the plot of the upcoming season, but with the original game starting to see some circulation here in America, one might wonder if someone will be ballsy enough to pick up the license. I'd say it's slightly more likely than it was before, but still incredibly unlikely. I could always be wrong, though.
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