29th September, 2014

animenostalgia:

Animation references from the opening to Aoi Honoo (aka Blue Blazes). Most of these are a little newer, but there are a couple of pre-2000s anime references in there that I thought were worth sharing! (Also the Musashiden II parts are technically from a PS2 game, but they were animated & not cg).
(PS, if you’re a fan of older anime & you still haven’t started watching Blue Blazes, you should check it out—it’s amazing.) animenostalgia:

Animation references from the opening to Aoi Honoo (aka Blue Blazes). Most of these are a little newer, but there are a couple of pre-2000s anime references in there that I thought were worth sharing! (Also the Musashiden II parts are technically from a PS2 game, but they were animated & not cg).
(PS, if you’re a fan of older anime & you still haven’t started watching Blue Blazes, you should check it out—it’s amazing.) animenostalgia:

Animation references from the opening to Aoi Honoo (aka Blue Blazes). Most of these are a little newer, but there are a couple of pre-2000s anime references in there that I thought were worth sharing! (Also the Musashiden II parts are technically from a PS2 game, but they were animated & not cg).
(PS, if you’re a fan of older anime & you still haven’t started watching Blue Blazes, you should check it out—it’s amazing.) animenostalgia:

Animation references from the opening to Aoi Honoo (aka Blue Blazes). Most of these are a little newer, but there are a couple of pre-2000s anime references in there that I thought were worth sharing! (Also the Musashiden II parts are technically from a PS2 game, but they were animated & not cg).
(PS, if you’re a fan of older anime & you still haven’t started watching Blue Blazes, you should check it out—it’s amazing.) animenostalgia:

Animation references from the opening to Aoi Honoo (aka Blue Blazes). Most of these are a little newer, but there are a couple of pre-2000s anime references in there that I thought were worth sharing! (Also the Musashiden II parts are technically from a PS2 game, but they were animated & not cg).
(PS, if you’re a fan of older anime & you still haven’t started watching Blue Blazes, you should check it out—it’s amazing.) animenostalgia:

Animation references from the opening to Aoi Honoo (aka Blue Blazes). Most of these are a little newer, but there are a couple of pre-2000s anime references in there that I thought were worth sharing! (Also the Musashiden II parts are technically from a PS2 game, but they were animated & not cg).
(PS, if you’re a fan of older anime & you still haven’t started watching Blue Blazes, you should check it out—it’s amazing.) animenostalgia:

Animation references from the opening to Aoi Honoo (aka Blue Blazes). Most of these are a little newer, but there are a couple of pre-2000s anime references in there that I thought were worth sharing! (Also the Musashiden II parts are technically from a PS2 game, but they were animated & not cg).
(PS, if you’re a fan of older anime & you still haven’t started watching Blue Blazes, you should check it out—it’s amazing.) animenostalgia:

Animation references from the opening to Aoi Honoo (aka Blue Blazes). Most of these are a little newer, but there are a couple of pre-2000s anime references in there that I thought were worth sharing! (Also the Musashiden II parts are technically from a PS2 game, but they were animated & not cg).
(PS, if you’re a fan of older anime & you still haven’t started watching Blue Blazes, you should check it out—it’s amazing.)

animenostalgia:

Animation references from the opening to Aoi Honoo (aka Blue Blazes). Most of these are a little newer, but there are a couple of pre-2000s anime references in there that I thought were worth sharing! (Also the Musashiden II parts are technically from a PS2 game, but they were animated & not cg).

(PS, if you’re a fan of older anime & you still haven’t started watching Blue Blazes, you should check it out—it’s amazing.)

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25th September, 2014

eataku:

At Rose City Comic Con in Portland this past weekend, writer Chris Canibano was giving out homemade chocolate Daleks. You bought one of his books, you got a Dalek. One was filled with pretzel, the other with marshmallow! eataku:

At Rose City Comic Con in Portland this past weekend, writer Chris Canibano was giving out homemade chocolate Daleks. You bought one of his books, you got a Dalek. One was filled with pretzel, the other with marshmallow!

eataku:

At Rose City Comic Con in Portland this past weekend, writer Chris Canibano was giving out homemade chocolate Daleks. You bought one of his books, you got a Dalek. One was filled with pretzel, the other with marshmallow!

(via EATAKU)