≡ Category: Manga Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: weltall | ≅ Leave a Comment
It’s that time again where the numbers in the episode line up in sequential order. Sure it’s descending but it’s still very satisfying. Like finding out that you’ve got no spare parts left over after assembling some flat packed furniture.
Within this mighty episode, Tim reviews Gokukoku no Brynhildr. We’re treated to a hard working student, wracked with guilt over the death of his childhood friend. When a girl shows up as a transfer student, groan, looking exactly like his dead friend, he’s understandably freaked out. Watch a promising manga being the slow slide into mediocrity as it slips into Crackers.
Weltall then reviews OKuSan. Wherein some mangaka decided to ask the bold question, “what if the large breasted character from any shonen manga was, get this, a bride who stayed at home and did fuck-all?” Thrill as she receives a washing machine and eventually learns to use it! No one will be seated for the chapter where she goes to the gym and signs up for crossfit! No one will be surprised when Weltall announces it’s placement on Borders.
Weltall: OKuSan – Read it at Borders
Not in the USA
Tim the Enchanter: Brynhildr in the Darkness – Wouldn’t kick it out of bed for crackers.
Not in the USA
≡ Category: Anime Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: TimeChaser | ≅ Leave a Comment
We’re back! And we’ve got a great show for you this week, including the news and discussion thread. To wrap things up, Red and I do a combined review to close out the summer anime season. It’s time to board the train as we discuss Rail Wars! Don’t miss it!
≡ Category: Popcorn Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: weltall | ≅ 1 Comment
Sometimes we like to perform scientific experiments here in the pulse network. We are, after all, prone to bias just as the next squishy humans in spite of our expensive cybernetic upgrades. For example, there is the hypothesis that when Tim picks the movie of the week Weltall is sad.
In yet another test done towards that end we did a joint review of Ghost in the Machine. A vehicle for Karen Allen of “Who the fuck is that? Oh yeah, the lady from Raiders of the Lost Ark” fame. It also has Chris Mulkey who is another of the inexplicably recognizable members of the “That Guy” cadre. It features a serial killer who gains immortality on an early nineties internet, the ability to hack electrical lines and a very pixilated body. Did we mention that there’s a scene where people play a video game like a lobotomized Walrus?
Weltall then discusses a spiritual successor to Clerks called Bros Before Hoes. It even features a video store for hijinks and shenanigans. Tim then digs further into the cesspool of the seventies and talks about The Car. It features a younger, scowly James Brolin and the inspiration for a character design in an episode of Futurama.
≡ Category: VG Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: MillenniumX17 | ≅ Leave a Comment
This week on VG Pulse, we finally have a Kas back! We start out with lengthy side notes about why she’s been missing, and me shamelessly advertising World of Shindana! Afterwards we head off to the ezmail [gasp!], before diving into the normal newz where we discuss future HDD’s and the current releases of the XBOX One. After the newz we skip the forums and instead head off into my review of Heavenly Sword, and Xahldera’s review of Crisis 2! All this and more up next on VGP204! -Aki Read more>>
≡ Category: Anime Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: Codeouran | ≅ 1 Comment