Vein of Stars

This is why Adventure Time is the best cartoon ever made.

Incredible ending for this double episode.

"Look! A naked japanese with a gun!!! Should I run? Naaaaah. Oh my, look at his d*ck, wow…. I think I’m falling in love for him."
Anime Logic

"Look! A naked japanese with a gun!!! Should I run? Naaaaah. Oh my, look at his d*ck, wow…. I think I’m falling in love for him."

Anime Logic

My new favorite manga (that is currently being published), incredible!

I’m really looking forward for the author to comeback with the publication!

I JUST CAN’T HANDLE ALL THIS EPICNESS

I JUST CAN’T HANDLE ALL THIS EPICNESS

It’s over… what a wonderful and powerful ending.

Goodnight Punpun.

It’s over… what a wonderful and powerful ending.

Goodnight Punpun.

Steins; Gate: Fuka Ryouiki no Déjà vu was my first movie of 2014, oh yeah.
 This series is in my top 5 animes ever, so I had high expectations about this movie.

Was it bad? No, not really… but it felt strange in some ways. They tried hard putting all the characters and situations possibles in the first 30 minutes, and everything became a bit confused and out of place. The movie lacked humor, and sometimes they tried to make a pun in a very dramatic moment, making it a bit awkward. The science fiction was also a bit confusing, but nothing that would mess the experience.

But the movie was a nice way to close the relationship between Okarin and Kirisu, and a good excuse to us for revisiting these incredible characters.

- Nausica of the Valley of the Wind: Hayao Miyazaki doesn’t only deliver us a simple story, but a whole mythology of the tale of princess Nausica, with his incredible art. The manga brings to us criticism  and discussion about wars, religion, science and environment destruction, while creating a masterwork that would influence many other authors through the years (Hideaki Anno, for example).

- Slam Dunk: The sport manga that defined it’d own genre. I never imagined that I could feel anxious and thrilled with a manga’s basket match as if I was watching one live, and this is the greatest achievement of Takehiko Inoue. But it doesn’t stop here, the charisma of all characters with an incredible development (not only of the protagonists, but also of the rival teams) makes this the ultimate sport manga.

- Oyasumi Punpun: Inio Asano is one of my favorites authors, and Oyasumi Punpun really is his (her?) masterwork. In a complex story about a problematic and depressive boy, Asano deliver his (her?) best work dawning Punpun not as a human, but as tiny awkward bird. The symbolisms are all over each page, with many parallel subplots, making the readers reflect about the true meaning by the end of each volume.

- Vinalnd Saga: A young viking seeking for revenge, an old leader Viking with obscures plans and a coward prince  that is destined to rule the North Europe. This an incredible historical manga, full of wars and violence, but also with compassion and a journey to understand one’s inner self.