So one of my friends updated me on everything the Huckebein have done in Nanoha Force...
How does Tsuzuki not get that people will never have anything but pure hatred for them...considering...
Spoiler for the Huckebein:
They killed Hayate, Signum and Vita. Nanoha has lost to them three times. Disposing of three loved characters like they were nothing and then degarding your continual heroine that much - yeah...people were going to be happy about this...NOT....
Then again, the Attack on Titan author still doesn't get people will generally despise Eren. But on the flipside, when you have Mikasa and Levi, that generally is enough to counter Eren. I seriously feel Eren has taken Shinji's slot in that type of character. Shinji was at least able to go into beast mode - sometimes.
Which is sad because FSN would be one of the titles I actually would want to openly discuss. Ah well.
Sorry for not messaging much lately. I had a ridiculously harsh string of assignments and then exams in an overloaded semester - I had to forego contact with a lot of people IRL as well. Now have my Certificate IV of Accounting to show for it.
Other reason is AVCon (Adelaide's anime and video games convention) starts later tonight. Next 3 days are going to be pretty intense for me since I'm running screenings and the quiz night. Getting access to Crunchyroll was a bit of a coup for us - allowed us to do the quartet of Sailor Moon Crystal, Free S2, P4: Golden and Sword Art Online 2 for opening night, which has generated a lot of hype quickly.
Yea, any time you get a source material that gets regarded as Biblical and if you haven't been enlightened to every detail and all the supplementary material, you are some heathen. It's the same shit that has caused humanity grief over history on a smaller scale. This happens with every crappy LN, and you could see the worst with Haruhi-- while FSN is certainly not that, it could get kinda bad.
They seem to hint that this somehow may not be the end for the Undertaker. As in this might be a feud for a bit longer.
*shrug* Some people I know think the new gen is awesome but I don't. *shrug* Daniel Bryan has had to prove himself big time to Triple H since while Bryan has all the skills, the submissions and the discipline, he is nowhere near the typical body/persona of a wrestler. But I think the way WWE burnt themselves in recent months with the return of Batista (yeah, did you know they brought HIM back too?!) and what Orton's been up to, things were set for Bryan to get a title run instead.
As for CM Punk - believe it or not, he says he's taking a long break in his mid 30s. Which is a real shame since CM Punk was one of the few who could legit do the whole package. From what I can find, Punk last performed at this year's Royal Rumble then said to Vince 'I'm going home'. Then he didn't appear for a few events he was listed as performing at. He then contacted Vince saying that 'When I said I was going home, I meant it.' From the sounds of it, after his long run, Punk's character had been mistreated for months and he was getting burnt out. It somewhat mirrors how Stone Cold felt before he called it quits. You know how I said Daniel Bryan got the title? Here's what's interesting - CM Punk was the one who was supposed to verse Triple H at WM30, not Daniel Bryan. And the Heavyweight title was supposed to only be between Orton and Batista. But with Punk being permanently fed up and leaving, that meant Triple H was forced to switch things to Daniel Bryan. So a person they heavily built up a couple of years ago. Also, Punk said in an interview he did at Portland Comi Con, he thought Daniel Bryan should main event WM 30, he is fed up with the writers and his body is worn out. If he's like that in his mid-30s, you just wonder how those guys in that business are being treated.
Onto better things - how about this April season? I've got six shows (One Week Friends, Mushishi S2, The World is Still Beautiful, Rowdy Sumo Wrestler Matsutaro, Brynhildr, Kindaichi R) I'm sticking with. And I feel I will for the journey. This season is throwing up some pleasant surprises for me. I know the popular stuff will be Love Live S2, Knights of Sidonia and Irregular at Magic High School, but I'm not interested in them. I have a season to be invested in. A few months ago I felt this was the one. And my best anime friend is agreeing with me about this season. He, who has been jaded and burnt out for quite a while, is with me on the titles he is going to stick with and he has genuine hope for this season. Like, I guess you find a title or two a season. It's rare to find five or more to like. Or it is for people like me.