I've never done this, but after seeing this movie, I decided to write about it. I'm not a big movie goer, so I decided to watch something today. Unfortunately, the theatre close by has sparse selections, so I chose the movie Trust, on sheer whim. And I know, it would be a difficult one to watch.
Sunday, April 3, 2011
Saturday, March 12, 2011
Finals are looming, meaning Tuesday and Wednesday for me. I'm at The Coffee Bean right now, taking a short break from Boolean Algebra, while waiting for my Jasmin Dragon green tea to seep for stronger taste. As of now, I've been here for about 3 hours, and have drunk green tea, and a white chocolate lattee.
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
College is winding down a touch, and I've been rereading some old VN's, as well as some new ones. I'm going to make a short, paltry one for fun. Time to actually use what knowledge I have of programming to do something.
Story to come, as I work it out.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
The concepts of shinigamis, demons, nuns with guns, London, and gore are not unfamiliar motifs presented in many different mangas. Granted, this story has all of these, but an underlying yuri-esque theme that is quite vague initially, but so worth the read. I'm happily reviewing for you my (currently standing) all-time favorite manga series, Teragrammaton Labyrinth, by Ei Itou. Loaded, figuratively, not literally, with action, gory scenes, demonic presences, and a girl wielding a scythe contribute to my undying love and recommendation for this series.
The publisher of Tetragrammaton Labyrinth is Seven Seas, a somewhat obscure (I think) company who double in licensing as well as original works. This series is part of their "Strawberry" yuri line, which has been, as of late, undergoing tough sales and times. Other examples of their work/licenses include Aoi House, Kashimashi, and Amazing Agent Luna.