KickFlamez is Rapper, Videographer and visionary from Huntsville Alabama. Alike many of the artist I’ve spotlighted via this platform, he is a contemporary nerd core artist. The influence of Anime, Gaming and other nerd related topics are prevalent in his artistry. Not just musically but it’s represented visually as well.
Flamez and I, talk often. And usually when he drops something major he asks me for feedback. Instead of just telling him out right what I think. He’ll have read this time and find out for himself. Continue reading →
I decided that I would do an anime poem for National Poetry Month and make it a challenge. Anyone can participate the only terms are you write a poem based upon a anime you have seen and give us some detail of what anime you are writing about. The poem can be written in any format and style. I thought this would be a fun thing to do and I would love to read other people’s anime poems. Anyone can feel free to tag me. My poem I decided to do was based on Future Dairy’s Gasai Yuno and School Days’s Kotonoha Katsura. I decided to write my poem based on the thoughts of a Yandere. I hope you read and enjoy and I would love to read other people’s poems as well so please tag me when you post. Thank you.
The first female black superhero introduced to the comic book world was Butterfly. She opened the gateway to many female black superhero characters. She not very well known and she was short lived. She had only two appearances in a comic called Hell-Rider. The character debuted in the first issue of Hell-Rider which was published in August 1971 a black and white superhero action comics series. The creator of the comic book series was Gary Friedrich who worked with other various comic book artists such as Mike Esposito, Ross Andru, Rich Buckler, Dick Ayers, John Celardo, and Syd Shore. Butterfly was the first female hero who was Ms. Marian Michaels a singer and by late night the super-heroine Butterfly.
The iconic anime Cowboy Bebop has reached its 20th Anniversary. Anime NYC in conjunction with New York Asian Film Festival presents a special event. As part of Quad Cinemas One Shot series, on Sunday April 22, Cowboy Bebop will air in its entirety.
The Rock has yet another action blockbuster under his belt and it’s a movie about characters from one of our favorite childhood video game Rampage. I got the chance to see a advance screening of the movie earlier this week with Alice and have to say it was a short movie but the action picked up quicker than I thought. Although I have some mixed feelings about the movie not giving the other characters from the game more screentime I did enjoy the movie because of the characters and their witty banter with eachother.
Scum’s Wish クズの本懐 is an anime series by Lerche Studios based on a manga by the same name created by Mengo Yokoyari. SW follows student Hanabi Yasuraoka. She’s in love with her childhood friend now turned teacher, Narumi Kanai. Unbeknownst to him, Hana learns that he is in love with the new music teacher Akane Minagawa. In comes Mugi Awaya another student in a similar predicament. So they make a pact to satisfy each others loneliness by being each others sexual replacements for the love that they yern for.
This is the last woman in our 31-day challenge we decided on Kyoko Mogami from Skip Beat! and we’ll each write what we love about her. This was a fun challenge and kind of tough when it came down to making the choices since there are so many amazing women in media to choose from.