Saturday, January 29, 2011

Guest Stars Take Their Sweet Time

Looks like another fantastic episode of Phineas and Ferb has come and gone and this one proves to be the true Season 2 finale episode what with its final scene of almost every character so far to make a cameo appearance in the end. Now normally, these episodes make it onto iTunes just one day after its original airdate. However, as expected, when I went looking in the iTunes store, this episode wasn't up for grabs. I imagine the delay might have something to do with guest stars making appearances in these kinds of episodes (Clay Aiken and Chaka Khan in "Summer Belongs To You", Cloris Leachman in "Split Personality", and Allison Janney in "Brain Drain"), so with renowned choreographer Kenny Ortega making a cameo as himself, maybe that's why the episode is gonna take a bit of time to arrive on iTunes, ironically, its availability date stated as the day after its air date. Or maybe iTunes is gonna wait till this episode airs on Disney XD early next month. Still, with guest stars, it makes perfect sense why a select few episodes are delayed for a day or two, or a few even.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Cheering Angels

Good tidings, users. I am proud to present to you the inner workings of my imagination. For my future, I have a planned video game in my mind as a dream goal and five graphic novels planned as a side goal. I may not have commenced on any of them, but when I do, I will finally be known as a person of what I can accomplish.

Those who oppose me will oppose me no longer. My dreams will never die. My faith towards my goals will remain unshakable. No one and nothing will stop me. So for those who tell me I can't, stop wasting your breath. I sum this up in three words... "YES I CAN" and/or "YES I WILL". Know this well.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Enter Entei

This week, the elusive shiny Entei, the second of the Legendary Trio of Johto, is now available as a giveaway at GameStop stores all across America! So go get one yourself, why don't you? I did!

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Six Signers, One Destiny

WARNING! SPOILERS! This post contains spoilers regarding the latest Japanese episodes of the anime series Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's. View at your own risk, or try not to look for that matter, if you wish to see the episode, or wait for its English dub, and find out for yourself what happens.

Although ancient histories of 5,000 years ago tell of only five Signers, the show has officially hit a breakthrough, as a sixth Signer has miraculously appeared, bearing a sixth mark of the Crimson Dragon known as the heart, and wielding the last of the original five dragons that served alongside the Crimson Dragon, now finally revealed in Japan as Life Stream Dragon. Appropriately enough, when the marks become whole, the heart is shown to be held in the claw mark that Luna possesses. Now, both brother and sister are both finally Signers, meaning that their love and protection for each other grows even more unbreakable.

Leo's days of feeling like a burden and/or holding Yusei and Luna back are finally over, as now the Crimson Dragon has chosen him to bestow the power needed to protect Luna, a lifelong promise Leo intends to keep. Ironically, during the saga of the Dark Signers, Leo believed he was the fifth Signer because of his ace card, Power Tool Dragon. Well, he may not have had hidden powers to awaken back then, but he does now! The last of the five dragons from 5,000 years ago is now finally unveiled to us... and just in time for the believed-to-be series finale. How appropriate.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Codename: Kingdom Hearts

Yep, the English release of Kingdom Hearts re:coded was yesterday, but already its exclusive secret ending has been seen on YouTube! The future of Kingdom Hearts continues to dawn ever so closer to fans the world over. We await the exciting conclusion planned in the future video game Kingdom Hearts III...

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

New Year, New Start, New Age

With yet another new year of greatness, regarding the media world of course, since no thanks to you losers the rest of the world will soon break apart into dust, I decided to make a fresh new start in the fandom area of Yu-Gi-Oh!, with new kinds of cards. Behold, the Epoch Monsters, new cards for a new age of dueling, ready to bring the card game to the next level. Like with Fusion Monsters and Synchro Monsters, proper Material Monsters must be required and sent off to the card Graveyard to summon an Epoch Monster, but they can be either on the field or in your hand to perform an Epoch Summon. However, they must be the required Attributes listed on the card. Otherwise, this new summon cannot be achieved. So feel free to bask in this new fan method of playing the card game. Sure, Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL is probably gonna be all high and mighty with its Excess/Exceed stuff, but I can't keep getting into Yu-Gi-Oh! anime like this forever. I still wanna come up with my own, and this will be the key to doing so. Happy New Year! Or, pfft!

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Raikou Rampage

Gamestop stores are advertising the Legendary Trio of Johto, particularly Raikou, who's available up until Sunday. Well I got mine, how about you? Go get it! It's shiny, it's rare, it's at Level 30 with moves you've never seen it use before!

Monday, January 3, 2011

Senseless Panic

So, how many of you Phineas and Ferb fans went ballistic over a complete misunderstanding? It was interpreted that Disney executives were trimming down the first movie from 90 minutes to way less, but that wasn't the case at all, was it? In fact, it was later stated that the movie was too long and presumably trimmed down to about 90 minutes. Should have known, huh? Maybe you fans shouldn't leap to conclusions so hastily, nor should you flame Disney.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Crappy New Year

Yeah, you heard me right, you disgusting Mainers. I'm wishing all of you empty-headed senseless folks bad luck this year as impending doom strikes our state, all because of your idiotic decisions... well, at least any of you who made such decisions. Sucks to be you, doesn't it? Ha, ha, ha! On the other hand, I myself look forward to what surprises await the much more wonderful world of media. Let's take a look, shall we?

- GameStop is holding promo giveaways of the shiny
Pokémon Raikou, Entei, and Suicune over the next months as well as Celebi, just in time for the new games Pokémon Black and Pokémon White, where the exclusive Pokémon will trigger events towards obtaining Zorua and Zoroark. Celebi will mark my very last Pokémon of 493 to obtain for my own Pokémon Diamond and then, just like that, I'll soon have to start all over again with Pokémon Black to obtain all 649!
- A special Phineas and Ferb episode, the long-awaited rollercoaster musical, is set to air on Disney Channel January 28!
- An official Kingdom Hearts soundtrack is slated for release February 2, with music from Birth By Sleep, 358/2 Days, and re:coded. Not that I can ever get my hands on this soundtrack, mind you...
Pokémon Black and Pokémon White are slated for release March 6!
- It is said that after two years of Season 2, Phineas and Ferb will finally begin Season 3 this spring! Apparently, similar to how Disney XD saved a few Season 1 episodes to air as Season 2 episodes, the same is happening with Season 3, as episodes marked as Season 2 episodes might just be airing over here as Season 3 episodes.
- The Phineas and Ferb movie is currently in production, but is expected to air much later this year, possibly this summer.
- I start my new life as I attend the New England Institute of Art in Brookline, Massachusetts this fall. And while I will enjoy my time, I will leave you Mainers to rot and while you say sorry, I will say it is too late for your silly remorse games! Ha, ha, ha!

Once again, to the state of Maine, the time will come for me to say good riddance and to all you sods who thought Republicans could save us from our darkest hours. Within time, America will soon be ruled by an iron fist and you people will be the very cause of it all! Good-bye, Maine! And good riddance!