Kaleido Star is another one of my favorite anime series that I will be answering my seven questions for. Just like my previous post, Seven Deadly Sins. If you have not seen this anime, Why not? it is so good. I can say I watched this anime more than 4 times, I love the story-line the characters and everything about it. Continue reading →
I will be answering 7 questions I came up for one of my favorite anime series. This will be a project for me, but a very interesting task to do. For my last question, I will discuss the most notable thing I found in the anime series. The first anime I will discuss is The Seven Deadly Sins. The anime series is only on Netflix, It’s a good anime series if you’re looking for a lot of action and comedy.
This year I was able to enjoy the AMV (Anime Music Video) contest at AnimeNYC 2018. An AMV is a fan-made music video incorporating clips of one or more animated shows or movies. To create an AMV is very tedious and time-consuming work, cutting up the video clips and editing it to make the video fit with the song. What I love most is how when you’re watching an AMV, it is like getting a preview of the anime which I think is better than watching a trailer because it gives more of an inside on what to look forward to in the show or movie. The contestants picked a few really good anime series that correlated with the music.
I was able to get into the FullMetal Alchemist Special Event Panel at Anime NYC and relive some of my favorite moments from Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood and Full Metal Alchemist. The panel featured special guest Vic Mignogna, the voice of Edward Elric in both English versions. It was an interesting panel to sit in. Members of the audience gave their opinion on survey questions that were asked to attendee’s of convention. A lot of the questions asked were very interesting and to see other people’s response’s was interesting as well. Continue reading →
Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki 終わらない人 宮崎駿 (Owaranai Hito Miyazaki Hayao) is a documentary about Hayao Miyazaki and his never-ending work ethic directed by Kaku Arakawa.
I was able to watch a screening of the movie at Anime NYC. Hayao Miyazaki has won many awards for his films because of his love and dedication to his work. He is an extraordinary filmmaker, animator, screenwriter, and manga artist. He is to me one of Japan’s greatest animation director’s of all time. It was an interesting documentary and even more amazing watching him battling with himself for coming out of retirement.
One of the most important iconic people of our time passed away Monday. Stanley Martin Lieber otherwise, known as StanLee. He is known by all comic book lovers as the father of Marvel Studios. A life filled with more than enough fame and hero worship by all those fans that followed the legendary writer and artist; December 28, 1922 – November 12, 2018. This man is known throughout the comic world, even more throughout the planet itself as a man of equality, diversity, and love of all. Stan Lee was a comic book writer, publisher, chairman, director, and editor. He leads a small publishing company and helped turn it into a large multimedia company, the same company we all know today as the infamous Marvel Studios. It is sad to see him go but he will never be forgotten with all the work he has achieved over the many years.
Soulcial Dreamin’ Entertainment attended Anime Fest @ NYCC x Anime Expo (AF@NYCC) at Pier 94. This was the first year AX collaborated with NYCC and their first convention was hosted in New York City. This convention was strictly dedicated to anime and I loved every minute of it. I was able to attend the event on Thursday and Sunday, experience what it was like attending this new anime convention in New York. It turned out to be a fun and unique experience . Continue reading →