Manga is taking over my life. And while I have always considered myself a fan it seems that lately I have been totally consumed. The main reason for this is Noblesse by Son Jae Ho. Noblesse tells the story of Rai- a powerful noble who after an 820 year hibernation awakens to find himself in an abandoned apartment building in modern day South Korea. And after being reunited with his loyal servant Frankenstein, Rai begins the task of getting acquainted with the 21st century.
Favorite Character: M21
A genetically enhanced human, M21 is considered to be a failed experiment by the organization that created him. Originally cast as a bad guy M21 is soon shown to be so much more.
They’re all silky and blood red and sexy as hell. hmmmm heaven.
Today I got my hands on this baby, the 15th Anniversary edition of the Tarantino classic Reservoir Dogs. Some of the goodies included are:
- Pulp Factoids Viewer
- “Playing It Fast and Loose” documentary
- The Reservoir Dogs Tipping Guide
- “Profiling the Reservoir Dogs” featurette
- Deleted scenes
- “Reservoir Dolls” mini-film
- Tributes and dedications – classic interviews with Quentin Tarantino, Tim Roth, the late Chris Penn, and others.
- Audio commentary
- The Critic’s commentaries
- Reservoir Dogs style guide
- K-Billy Sounds of the ‘70s
yay! I can’t believe all this greatness comes in one package.
Set hundreds of years after the events of the first movie when the world has once again fallen into darkness, Power of the Dark Crystal follows the adventures of a mysterious girl made of fire who, together with a Gelfling outcast, steals a shard of the legendary Crystal in an attempt to reignite the dying sun that exists at the center of the planet.
Can’t wait for this! Jim Henson was a genius.