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||[Jul. 15th, 2005|02:00 pm]
|||||"Hey Jealousy"- Gin Blossoms||]|
Dust off the cobwebs, children! This place is made for postin'!
Anyway, nothing really major to talk about here, but I figured you might want to know some anime-related stuff.
Howl's Moving Castle is awesome. I highly recommend it, especially if you're a Miyazaki fan.
Adult Swim is going to start showing Evangelion in September (?). Which gives lamers like me a chance to watch it and, thus, stop being made fun of. ^^;; I also think, if I interpreted it correctly, that new episodes of Fullmetal Alchemist are coming in August. I also advise that you check out their on-demand channel, which is available if you have a digital cable box (I don't think it matters if it's the DVR box or not). They're showing some series that aren't running on standard cable, like Argento Soma and back-episodes of Wolf's Rain and .hack//SIGN. There's also the pretty spiffy monthly movie that's worth checking out.
In case you haven't noticed yet, there is also an on-demand channel for The Anime Network. Common sights include DNAngel, The Slayers, Full Metal Panic! (and </i>Fumoffu</i>), and Azumanga Daioh. To find release dates for new episodes and music videos, check out their site at theanimenetwork.com.
Releasing manga samplers online seems to be a popular trend lately. So far, Shonen Jump, Tokyopop, and Viz are on board. Viz also axed Animerica and started the much-demanded Shojo Beat. Elisabeth says it's not too bad, so if you're into shojo, go check it out.
And, in case you're up late on Fridays with insomnia (like me), I thought you might like to know the anime that Cartoon Network keeps hidden. Zatch Bell! is on at midnight, Gundam SEED is on at one AM, and .hack//Legend of the Twilight Bracelet is on after that. So, check it out.
You also need to check out our dead forums. Liek seriously. Having conversations with oneself gets pretty lame after awhile.
ROFL, HAGS, OMGWTFBBQ...