Happy new year!

31 12 2008

Happy new year, friends! :D

2009 is finally here, but so far not much is known about it. What will come? What is it we are waiting so for? Hopefully it’s something good (like the new Eureka Seven movie), but without a doubt there will come disappointments as well (like the Hollywood Dragonball movie). I will keep on blogging and hope you will continue following it because, let’s face it, without you readers I won’t be able to carry on! Anyway, enough of this, I’ve got some other stuff to do (I wanted this day off… T_T). See you later!

Happy new year, everyone!

Happy new year, everyone!


New Dragonball: Evolution trailer

11 12 2008

I’m getting sick of switching between “Dragon Ball” and “Dragonball,” damn it! Well well, I’ll just keep confusing you.

The Hollywood Dragonball movie, Dragonball: Evolution (working name, may differ when released), has now a set release date of 3.13, the thirteenth of March next year, and a new trailer which have actually gotten my hopes up a little bit – but only because of the attack at the end of it. Mostly, anyway. No matter if this seems interesting or not when it comes out will probably make no difference in my case, though, I will watch this movie anyway; I just hope it isn’t all awful crap. But I’ve gotta stick with my theory that a non-Japanese person playing a Japanese person (actually a person from another planet) does not look real. Bulma looks cool, though! The new Lara Croft, anyone? Anyway, watch the trailer, make up your mind and wait for 3.13, either to watch it or complain that this horrible phenomenon has actually occured.

So what do you think?

Source: IGN Movies via Anime News Network, AnimeNation, and Dannychoo

Jumpland streams Dragonball, One Piece and Tegami Beach!

2 11 2008

In the 49th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump (the original Japanese edition) it was announced that, starting November 24, Jumpland is going to stream short movies previously shown in Japan at Jump Super Anime Tour online for free. The titles that are going to be streamed are Dragonball, Tegami Beach and One Piece, both the Dragonball and One Piece (I don’t know about Tegami Beach, though) movies having real story written by their original artists respectively! In the Dragonball short movie we see the friends reunite and meet Vegeta’s little brother and in the One Piece short movie we see how the first edition of One Piece called “Romance Dawn” originally looked like! If you haven’t already watched these movies, do so with me on the 24th!

Jumpland streams Dragonball, One Piece and Tegami beach!

Jumpland streams One Piece, Dragonball and Tegami beach!