viernes, 30 de abril de 2010

Shit's grimdark, yo

But Nanashi don't give a fuck, no. He cool.

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Thanks to Bait for the encodes!

domingo, 25 de abril de 2010



Now, just like Rita, I want to get some sleepan.

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Thanks to Bait for everything so far, up to and including uploading all episodes in an MU folder, with re-reencoded versions of episodes 1-27. X Nebula, because downloading your favorite episodes twice is not enough! :D

Episodes 28-37 are good to go, though, so put those in your download folder.

viernes, 16 de abril de 2010

That's when Giorgio realized he had crapped his pants.

And what's worse, the feeling was not entirely unpleasant.

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Thanks to Bait for the encodes!

sábado, 10 de abril de 2010

You know how the first episode of Dougram was all batshit grinning?

This is an entire episode of reaction faces. There is even (I kid you not) some Awesome Face in there. Fourth wall breaking, too.

And it's not what you would call a comedy episode.

Fang of the Sun Dougram - Episode 36 - Blocked Path

Thanks to Bait for the encoded raws!

martes, 6 de abril de 2010

And now for something completely different (to the previous entry)

Chururu does not approve. Jojo is too busy looking at Hilmuka's nice, nice body.

I mean, DAMN.

Panzer World Galient - Episode 05 - The Valley Without Gravity

I'll go into HERESY territory and say that, nice as they are, the mecha in Galient are kind of unnecessary. The story is clearly in the mold of planetary romances a la Barsoom - sword and sandal stories where the sandals are replaced by jetpacks, but still. Not that I dislike Galient, which is so toyetically nifty I can't help but love.

And now for something completely different


No, I'm no goddomn spood sobbor. And it's probably all wrong anyway. But shit, this definitely looks like a fun series. SOMEONE, PICK THIS SHIT UP.

Senkou no Night Raid - Episode 1 - Rescue
(.ass subs, get a raw file to watch this)

These subs have been hacked out by one sick fansubber, on a couple of hours, without QC or anything fancy like that. For all that I know, the series could be about high school hijinks in '30s Paris.

sábado, 3 de abril de 2010


The last thing Sergeant Rufus and Private Jenkins saw before dying a horrible death was a giant flying dong. Condolences will be sent to their bitches and hos.

I am not quite awake, OK? Give me a break here.

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Thanks to Bait for supah encodans.

Still, allow me to use this as a soapbox for a moment. (Fuck, I had to rewrite that sentence twice.) (And that other one, once.)

I got a link to that all-consuming black hole called TvTropes from one of the blogs I follow, particularly this link. Basically, this French director claimed that you couldn't make an anti-war movie, because you would inevitable make war seem attractive in trying to convey all of its horror. I can't say I agree with the premise (see most Vietnam War movies, frex) but it's still rolling inside my mind, particularly with regards to mecha war anime. See, this kind of anime is pretty much defined by mecha doing awesome stuff, whether it's super robot smashing, AC-style zipping and beamspam, or cinematic, gritty action a la VOTOMS or, of course, Dougram. We know that most of them carry anti-war messages (and a shitload of other baggage that's not relevant right now) but my question is, can they ever work when the show depends on making the action scenes seem awesome? We see now the unglamorous aftereffects of battle in these Dougram hospital episodes, but is the overall message drowned in the fuckawesome DOUGRAM KICK and smart tactical planning scenes?

I don't know, I'm sleep-ranting right now. For some reason, this makes me think of that one scene in Legend of the Galactic Heroes, when Mittermeyer finds out that he does enjoy fighting and matching wits with the enemy, even though the particular battle he is fighting is probably the worst thing he has ever done. And yeah, I know it doesn't have that much to do with the rant.