Monthly Archives: March 2011

First View – Nichijou

Nichijou reviewed First blood for the new Spring season is a subdued show of Everyday Life from not so everyday character like talking cat or robot school girl. An anime in the vein of Seinfield. See what other’s thought of … Continue reading

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The Season that may never end

With the crisis in Japan, it’s shaping up to be the season that never ended. Several shows are not being shown or preempted by the continuing news of the disaster. Word that Puella Magi Modako Magica last two episodes are … Continue reading

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MTAC by the numbers

Sigh. The show is over. Here is some numbers.. 416 photos and videos 185 photos actually ended up on the site and facebook 54 photos tagged so far 75 what it cost me to take Greyhound to the con and … Continue reading

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March Toronto Anime Con 2011

MTAC Galleries are UP! Another year, another set of galleries of photos.  With entertainment in the halls, 6 guests, the usual suspects and cosplayers; it was a fun time.  It was great to be in Toronto again.  I finally found … Continue reading

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Before March Toronto Anime Con 2011

As always it’s not until the last minute that I finalize my plans to go to MTAC this year.  It’s a time to meeet new fans and old friends.  Unfortunely the plan to meetup with friends afterward is moot due … Continue reading

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First View – Summer Wars

Summer Wars We watched this show which was truly a ‘family’ film or is it a film about a family. The Miyazaki effect shows in the high quality to story and production. Destine to be one of the top animated … Continue reading

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Earthquake and tsunami in Japan

As there is much coverage and out pouring of help and the need of help.  Our hearts and minds go out to those in Japan and those family and friends abroad worrying about their fate.  We hope for miracles and … Continue reading

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