Wednesday, December 9, 2009
A semi-serious school action story revolving around the main protagonist, Tomoharu Natsume. He is haunted by his childhood friend, Misao Minakami, who became a ghost ever since he barely survived an airplane accident three years earlier. Tomoharu Natsume takes the opportunity to live on his own when he enters high school in his new place of residence, Meiou-tei, and starts enjoying a carefree high school life. His life changed when a beautiful girl named Kurosaki Shuri appears with a trunk which she claimed Tomoharu's brother, Naotaka Natsume, asked her to deliver to him. The presence of the trunk causes the appearance of Takatsuki Kanade, a girl dressed like a shrine maiden who is after the trunk. Tomoharu is in possession of the trunk, which reveals secrets about the world they live in.
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
The episodes of the 2008 Japanese animated television series Black Butler are based on the Black Butler manga series drawn and illustrated by Toboso Yana. The episodes are directed by Toshiya Shinohara and produced by A-1 Pictures.
The plot of the episodes follows Sebastian Michaelis, a demonic butler who is obligated to serve Ciel Phantomhive, the twelve-year-old head of the Phantomhive noble family, due to a contract he made with Ciel.The episodes started airing on October 2, 2008 on Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting and Mainichi Broadcasting System. Other stations that air the episodes at later dates include Hokkaido Broadcasting, Kumamoto Asahi Broadcasting, RCC Broadcasting, Shizuoka Broadcasting System, Tokyo Broadcasting System, and several other broadcasting networks. The anime adaptation of the manga was confirmed on July 11, 2008 by Gakken's Animedia magazine, and the official website of the anime began to stream a trailer of the anime on July 26, 2008.Two DVD compilations are planned for release by Aniplex; the first compilation is to be released on January 21, 2009 and the second on February 25, 2009.
Three pieces of theme music are used for the episodes: one opening theme and two closing themes. The opening theme is "Kiss of Monochrome" by the Japanese rock band Sid, the current closing which began airing with episode 14 is "Lacrimosa" by Kalafina, while the first closing theme is "I'm Alive!" by the American singer Rebecca Hollcraft, commonly known as Becca.Two singles containing the theme music and other tracks have been released; the single containing tracks from Sid was released on October 29, 2008 and the single from Becca was released on October 22, 2008. The third single containing tracks from Kalafina has a release date of March 4, 2009.
Thursday, November 5, 2009
La novela ha sido adaptada a una serie de anime por J.C.Staff en julio de 2006 y ese mismo año también se realizó una versión manga dibujada por Ana Mochizuki.
La primera temporada del anime tuvo un notable éxito en Japón, estrenándose una segunda temporada en julio de 2007 llamada Futatsuki no Kishi (双月の騎士, 'Futatsuki no Kishi'?) y una tercera, Princesses no Rondo (ゼロの使い魔 ～三美姫（プリンセッセ）の輪舞（ロンド）～, ～Sanbiki (Purinsesse) no Rinbu (Rondo)～?) estrenada el pasado 6 de julio de 2008. La primera temporada de la serie fue licenciada en los Estados Unidos por Geneon Entertainment. En Diciembre del 2008 saco un Ova que es mas un capitulo extra de genero Ecchi. Cabe decir que utiliza nombres de personajes históricos de la historia de Francia y sacados de la novela "El vizconde de Bragelonne", de Alejandro Dumas, el autor de Los tres mosqueteros.
Monday, September 21, 2009
Naruto closely follows the life of a boy who is feared and detested by the villagers of the hidden leaf village of Konoha. The distrust of the boy has little to do with the boy himself, but it's what's inside him that causes anxiety. Long before Naruto came to be, a Kyuubi (demon fox) with great fury and power waged war taking many lives. The battle ensued for a long time until a man known as the Fourth Hokage, Yondaime, the strongest ninja in Konoha, fiercely fought the Kyuubi. The fight was soon won by Yondaime as he sealed the evil demon in a human body. Thus the boy, Naruto, was born. As Naruto grows he decides to become the strongest ninja in Konoha in an effort to show everyone that he is not as they perceive him to be, but is a human being worthy of love and admiration. But the road to becoming Hokage, the title for the strongest ninja in Konoha, is a long and arduous one. It is a path filled with betrayal, pain, and loss; but with hard work, Naruto may achieve Hokage.
Monday, July 27, 2009
Neji Hyuga is a member of Team Guy and a child prodigy of the Hyuga clan. Despite his natural talent, Neji's membership in one of the clan's lower houses leaves him ineligible to learn the clan's most secret techniques.At the start of the series, Neji openly hates the main house because of this, readily attacking its members verbally or physically when given the chance. At this point in the series, Neji believes in a fatalistic philosophy: that one's destiny is inescapable and that a weak person will always be weak.After being defeated in battle by Naruto Uzumaki, a character that has proven his "destiny" wrong by getting stronger, Neji has a change of heart. He abandons the idea of a predetermined fate, and resolves to get strong enough to never lose a battle.He also tries to remedy the estranged relations between himself and the members of the main house, resulting in his training with the leader of the main house at the end of Part I.
Neji displays his title as a prodigy of the Hyuga throughout the series; when first introduced he is highly proficient with the Gentle Fist style of combat, with which he can directly attack an opponent's internal systems. Though never having been trained in the form, Neji has been able to replicate it and its most powerful attacks through simple observation.As the series progresses, Neji refines these abilities into more powerful counterparts, either to increase their potency or to fix an inherent flaw. One such example is his Byakugan, an eye technique that by default grants the owner a near-360-degree field of vision within a fifty meter radius. Neji constantly trains to overcome a small blindspot and to increase the Byakugan's range of sight. In the Japanese anime, his seiyū is Kōichi Tōchika, and when he is featured as a child, he is voiced by Keiko Nemoto. His voice in the English anime is provided by Steve Staley, and Wendee Lee provides his child voice.
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
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Friday, April 24, 2009
Now anime wigs are more and more popular because everyone who loves anime wants to be the role that he or she likes. I love anime too. ^.^
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
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Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Friday, March 13, 2009
While northern Australia flooded, southern Australia was enduring a heatwave, near-record low rainfall and, in Victoria, unprecedented bushfires.
In the first six weeks of the year, 25 sites across northern Queensland received more than 2m of rain, with a top reading of 2873mm at Bulgun Creek, south of Cairns.
Over the same period, most of Victoria had less than 24mm, with Melbourne receiving less than 5mm.
Two tropical cyclones and a monsoon low brought heavy rains to northern Australia.
In some places records set in 1991 and the extraordinarily wet year of 1974 were broken. Northern coastal rivers flooded. Ingham experienced Queensland's worst flood for 30 years and was isolated for nearly two weeks.
In January, heavy rains caused flooding in Queensland's gulf rivers and its inland rivers, the Georgina and Diamantina.
More rain in February produced another flood peak.
The water from the two rivers is expected to reach Lake Eyre some time this month.
The Thomson River, which flows into Cooper Creek, also flooded.
By the end of the first week of January, one third of Queensland was flooded.
The state-wide average rainfall for Queensland that month was 229.3mm, almost twice its long-term average of 127.7mm.
The constant rainfall also resulted in the lowest state-wide maximum temperature since 1984.
Blair Trewin, from the National Climate Centre, says several stations around Mount Isa broke the 1974 rainfall records for January, "and those '74 records are fairly tough to break".
At the other end of the country, in South Australia, western and central Victoria and southwestern New South Wales, other records were under threat.
Trewin says a significant list of southeastern sites got no rain at all in January: "Port Pirie, Clare, Adelaide Airport although not Adelaide city, Renmark, Swan Hill, Nhill, Stawell, Bendigo, Yarrawonga, Maryborough in Victoria and Deniliquin, all of those got zero."
The first weeks of February brought no improvement.
Melbourne got just 0.8 mm, its second lowest on record, in January.
The city endured a 35-day spell with no rain.
But it was the heatwaves at the end of January and the beginning of February that really stressed southerners and set new records.
"The real standout heatwave of the last century in southeast Australia was 1939, and now 2009," Trewin says.
Mildura set a Victorian record with 12 consecutive days of more than 40C.
The heatwave climaxed on Black Saturday, February 7, when much of the state experienced its hottest day on record. In Melbourne the temperature reached a record 46.4C. The previous record was 45.6C on January 13, 1939, Black Friday.
Trewin points out the area that experienced severe bushfires on Black Saturday - Kinglake through to Marysville - is also the driest.
"Most of that area has been about 20per cent below the historic average (rainfall) over the last 12 years."
Victoria has essentially missed out on two years of rain in the past 12 years.
Trewin says the long-term drying "is consistent with climate change".