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As you may know, I’ve recently come into possession Shimada Fumikane’s Art Works. This is an art book showcasing Fumikane’s best and most seminal work. Art Works is 112 pages jam-packed with drawings, portraits, and character models, most of which are mecha musume. In previous posts I’ve discussed his fame from Strike Witches, Sky Girls, and Busou Shinki, but this art book contains so much more than that. As he is possibly my favorite artist of all time, I’ve decided to share with you all some of the highlights of Shimada Fumikane’s Art Works. Continue reading
The medium of the visual novel as eluded me for quite some time. Nearly every day I see various pictures, references, and discussions of this phenomena, I had never tried it out for myself. One day I finally decided to cast away my ignorance and began my search for which visual novel to play through first. So sit down and let me tell you the story all about my firsthand experience with Saya no Uta. Continue reading
“It is a dark day for productivity in offices everywhere.” – The Washington Post. Indeed it is. I’ve just wasted [the best] 20 minutes of my life playing a *certain* game on Google… doesn’t look like I’ll get much homework done this weekend. But BAH. Who cares when you’re playing the best game in the world? My history teacher will understand… *cough* ..
Why yes, there is a review in this post. Come ‘n get it. Continue reading