Hopefully you’ve gotten a chance to go see the excellent movie Edge of Tomorrow over the weekend. I took some time on Friday to go see the movie a second time, and I still love the film. Now that the movie is out I wanted to go into a deep dive into how the source material All You Need is Kill compares to the Edge of Tomorrow. This is going to be very spoiler heavy so don’t read on if you haven’t seen the film yet.
Below are some cosplay photos from the Rhode Island Comic Con 2013 in Providence, RI, Nov 2-3. I’m Ming the Merciless being pictured with William Zabka (Johnny from The Karate Kid) and SAM JONES (Flash Gordon of course).
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Rurouni Kenshin is my favorite anime of all time so warning – this may be a slightly biased movie review. Having said that, I am also a purist and can dole out serious criticism. For instance:
Rurouni Kenshin is a good movie with some great qualities. It respects the manga and anime by staying faithful to the main story, good acting, awesome action, and most of all, brilliant casting… but I’ll get back to that in a minute.
The basic story centers on Kenshin, a ronin repenting from his years as a master killer at the end of the Tokugawa era, about ten years Continue reading Rurouni Kenshin→
For the past several years Anime Boston has been my favorite Anime convention. With AB 2013 over, I can easily say that the trend continues. Anime Boston is an annual fan run convention held at the Hynes Convention center in Boston. It’s the 5th largest Anime convention in North America, and the second largest on the east coast behind Otakon. I used to love going to Otakon back in the day, but Otakon became too corporate and took the fun out of everything. By keeping things fan run, it has allowed AB to continue featuring more adult based content, and events that Otakon tossed aside years ago.