Comic: The Last Day of the Hyrule Bottle Factory (Julia Lepetit and Andrew Bridgman)

Last Day at Hyrule Bottle Factory - Julia Lepetit and Andrew Bridgman- Comic

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– You know, the logic behind this comic really does make an awful lot of sense if you’ve ever spent more than a few hours wandering the many varied lands of Hyrule and with the recent release of the latest Zelda game, I’m sure these are quite pleased right now… ^_^;; –

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Comic -Fountain (Maximumble)

Fountain - Maximumble - Chris Hallbeck - Webcomic

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Animation: “Inferno Cop” (Trigger)

-Inferno Cop is the justice we need, not the justice we want…-

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Music Video: “Space Lord” (Monster Magnet)

– Why do drug addicts always seem to have the best music?  Seriously, you look at music through out history and you’ll find that musicians and substance abuse have seem to go hand in glove with each other.  Shame really…=^_^;;= –

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Comic: “Yoshi Gets A Mushroom”(Dorkly)

Yoshi Gets A Mushroom - Mario - Godzilla - Dorkly - Comic

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Video: “Momentum” (Gadget-Bot)

– This short concept trailer feels just like a live-action version of the Playstation classic, “Wipeout,”  with some additional family drama thrown in for good measure, but that’s okay because ITS FRICKING LIVE-ACTION “WIPEOUT!” Seriously, this needs to be a thing and it needs to be a thing like yesterday.  Unfortunately, its been over a year since I first saw the trailer and it still doesn’t seem like it’s any closer to being a thing… T_T –

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Music Video: “I’m Coming Home” (Diddy – Dirty Money and Skylar Grey)

 

– Diddy and his Dirty Money crew do an excellent job of creating a pensive, yet uplifting mood in this song, helped in no small measure by the threading of Skylar Grey’s soothing vocals throughout. –

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Music Video: “Hello – How Are You?” (Kano)

 

– This isn’t the first time I’ve featured “Hello / How are you?” on the site, but it’s such a sweet sounding song (despite the somewhat sad lyrics -_-;;), I couldn’t resist sharing this vocal cover.  The previous post was also a cover of the original Vocoloid perfomance by Hatsune Miku, but this version has  a softer, fluffier feel to it compared to the Ritsuka cover which is both richer and fuller in quality. –

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  • Song Title:  “Hello/How Are You?”
  • Composition/Lyrics: Nanou (ナノウ)
  • Cover Artist: Kano
  • Original Artist: Ritsuka (リツカ)
  • Album: N/A
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Animation: “Requiem for a Romance”(Jonathan Ng)

 – This beautifully animated short film employs roughly drawn visuals set against a dynamic watercolor infused background to deliver its heart-rending story line.  The interplay between the two voice actors as they go through the painful process of dissolving a long-term relationship, complete with an almost gallows-like humor at times, feels very raw and real.   Break-ups are never fun, but it’s rare to find a piece of storytelling that captures this kind of emotionally-charged event with such finesse and genuine honesty without falling victim to hyperbole or oversimplification. –

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Music Video: “Kickstarts – Remix” (Bar9)

– It’s amazing how a song about a mediocre relationship can suddenly become epic in the right hands.  After listening to the original mix (meh) and then listening to the remix by Bar9, the difference between the two versions is night and day.  This change is equally reflected in the two music videos as in the Bar 9 version goes in a completely different direction then Example’s somewhat softer and fluffier original video. –

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