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  1. Dinosaur Devil King Gottes

    Mortal Kombat 11

    I'll defiantly be picking this up. MK is what got me into fighting games, from watching people play the original to finally playing myself from Deadly Alliance onward. The latest games have not only refined their combat and made it more unique, but they've progressively give the fighters more and more personality, from their intros to just how they fight. I also love that they keep bringing in my faviort horror icons as playable characters. Fingers crossed for this game also. The only real downside to this entry is that from the looks of it my main, Reptile, hasn't made the cut which is a shame. That said their are a lot of evil characters who I also like to play being brought back. Really happy to be able to play as Shao Khan proper again, he's not been in the main roaster since MK vs DC. I also like the new characters and it's cool Skarlet is finally joining the roaster proper. For none MK DLC characters that I'd like... The Shape (Michael Myers) - With his new movie and the fact that Freddy, Jason and Leatherface have all made the cut he's the most logical next choice. Chucky - Hard to work in due to his height but 2019 is shaping up to be the year of Chucky what with his remake movie and canonical TV series coming out this year. Not to give away spoilers but there is a way round his height now. The Hell Priest (Pinhead) - Not shore if they could get the rights to him but his power set easily transfers to MK.
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    His Blog

    Ok so I have working on a Resident Evil themed self insert character. But befor that, because this character is named after me, I might as well get this out of the way. For those who don't already know, my name is Paul. These commissions were done for me by plaguebr of Devient art and the I used myself as a model for the first. G-Paul - Stage 1 Paul’s Note: My name is Paul, please tell my family I loved them. I've barricaded the door so I won't be able to get out and hopefully it will stop me from hurting anyone who eventually comes in. If I hurt anyone I'm sorry. Not sure how much time I've got, I feel (Writing becomes eligible) **** I feel bad. I was on the underground platform with my family when it happened. Panic Screaming Blood Zombies As I was looking felt a pain in neck, turned saw wo woman. Smiling. Disappeared into the crowed. Saw family moving with crowed. Safe. Knew what happened couldn't put them at risk. Ran away (Writing become eligible once more) Feel bad, pain all over but r e a l bad down left side Skin changing wha he uc H u r t F A M I L Y (Letters written with such force the pen ripped through the page) G-Paul - Stage 2 BSAA - Golgotha (G) Virus Briefing Notes: We have had unconfirmed reports that the G-Virus may have been used as part of a bio-terror attack on London. As a result this information is being issued to all BSAA operatives so that they may be better prepared to combat this threat should they encounter it in the field. The G-Virus was developed by Dr. William Birkin, a virologist who worked for Umbrella Inc. Unlike the T-Virus which typically causes cellular necrosis in infected organisms, the G-Virus is able to bring its host back to life with regenerative capabilities effectively granting biological immortality. As a result creatures created by the virus, here after referred to as "G", are highly resistant to small and medium calibre weapons as their bodies can repair damage almost as soon as it's inflicted. Because of this, operatives are advised to engage G's using heavy weapons when the option is available. G are subject to continuous mutation and reactive adaption, with no two individuals being alike. They grow larger, stronger and more deadly the longer they live so it is of the utmost importance that they are located and terminated ASAP. G almost universally have extra eyes growing on their bodies. These eye's grant a greater field of vision but are also more vulnerable to damage. Unlike the T-Virus, the G-virus is not transmittable via injury so operatives who survive an encounter need not fear secondary infection. G are capable of spread the virus however. They accomplish this by implanting "embryos" into another creature's body via forced oral insertion. G will generally seek out host with compatible genetics, specifically the host's blood relatives, to infect but they have been known to infect random individuals a well. While an anti-viral vaccine exists, hosts must be treated immediately in order to prevent the creation of another G. If they cannot be treated they must be terminated due to the risk they pose. There are two types of G. G-Primary - A host who was infected directly with the virus, generally via injection. G-Primary benefit from all the aforementioned abilities the G-virus grants. They are documented as being extremely hostile and should be dealt with caution. The virus robs it's host of their mental faculties, meaning G-Primary function predominantly on pure instinct. While they are capable of limited speech, this is theorised to possibly be a tactic to fool it's primary targets into leaving themselves vulnerable to infection. On very rare occasions G-Primary have displayed vestiges of their former selves, however this is fleeting and should be ignored. There is currently no cure for a person who has begun mutating into a G-Primary. To date only two G-Primary have been documented, classified as G-Birkin (Racoon City Outbreak) and G-Miller (WilPharma Fiasco). G-Spawn - The result of G-Virus embryos gestating within incompatible hosts. The embryo will rapidly mutate and fatally erupt from the hosts body in a matter of minutes. The embryo will then quickly grown into an adult G-spawn. G-Spawn are a shadow of their progenitors. While large, their bodies are malformed and disproportioned, making them generally slow and cumbersome. Their regenerative powers are also lacking, making them far more vulnerable to standard issue weapons and they seem to lack any adaptive capabilities. That said they are still physically quit powerful and use ambush tactics to make up for their lack of agility. G-Spawn have universally been documented as vomiting up embryos as an offensive tactic and some have been recorded vomiting a poisonous slime. There has been one case were a group of G-Spawn appeared to set up some form of "nesting area". During the current operation should a G-Primary be positively identified, it is imperative that any blood relative it may be tracking be taken into custody for their own protection and to prevent the creation of more G-Primaries. Currently we have reports of a creature fitting the description of a G-Primary being sighted in the London Zoo.
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    A phobia is a type of anxiety disorder, defined by a persistent and excessive fear of an object or situation For me, I suffer from Lepidopterophobia/Mottephobia I.E. I have an irrational fear of moths and to a lesser extent butterflies. This is both odd and annoying, as I find insects and arachnids very intreasting. Think that part of it stems from the fact that while I like them, I'm not fond of them touching me. For example I hold an ant or small spider on my hand no problem but am totally against anything else touching me even the likes of a caterpillar. While insects can make contact with you at any time, moths seem to be a pretty bad offender carelessly making contact with your body and unlike a Fly don't get off at the slightest movement. If that wasn't a good enough cause we can also place the blame on Silent Hill. While survival horror is easily may faviort genre in gaming it's here that I really started to be scared of stuff growing up. From the first zombie in resident evil to even the raptors in Dino Crisis. However the game that hit me the hardest was Silent Hill, I sat and watched my parents play it and while I enjoyed it a lot the game really, really got under my skin. To this day I can only watch playthroughs as the games simple put me too on edge for me to play and enjoy at the same time. Silent Hill plays into other fears of mine, such as isolation, fear of whats in the dark, being hunted etc. Hell I went to see the film when it came out with my parents and while it was just ok and not really freaky all the way through, when the siren first started and the world shifted to it's dark counterpart I just kept sinking lower and lower into my chair in pure terror. Unlike my phobia however this never impacts my life. So to get to the point, the original game has an boss that pushed my fear a bit to hard. The Twinfeeler/Floatstinger I think that I already had a dislike of moths already and having this giant beast come floating out of the darkness in a game that was already pushing my buttons hard just pushed me over the edge psychologically speaking. Other games likely didn't help either as Resident Evil was guilty of not only having giant moths, but giant moths with parasiting offspring. An idea I cannot help but have in mind when seeing a harmless little moth. Other stuff may have also contributed. One of the Omen sequels had a scene where a butterfly crawls in and out someone's mouth while movie Phantoms has a giant moth eat a guys face off. This also lead to have a pretty nasty shock when reading The Island of Giant Insects manga Turns out some moths and butterfly species need extra salt in their diet during the breeding season. They normally get this from rotting fruit and the like but this can lead them to drinking fluid and tears from around the eyes of other animels, which is freaky enough but some moths actually have begun adapting to drink the blood of living animels not unlike mosquitos. Well this lead the giant ones in the manga draining people of the blood and fluids... nice.
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    His Blog

    I just don't blood believe it! Rapped up Red Barron and have started watching Starfleet, a Thunderbirds style show that was made in japan under the title X-Bomber. But heres the kicker, this series was also created by Go Nagai! The man's portfolio is ridicules, no matter what I do I keep finding his work!
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    Bad Dubbing

    Ok whats your faviort piece of badly dubbed anime dialog. Be it a bad performance, writing etc. For me it's this little gem. Please note that this is THE English dub, as in people got payed to wright and perform this for western localisation. From what I hear this series, Ghost Stories, did so badly in Japan that it's creators pretty much told the English staff that they could do what the hell they liked with the dialog as long is it didn't change the over all story. How that led to this I'll never know.
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  7. Dinosaur Devil King Gottes

    His Blog

    Ok a few things to talk about today. First and foremost I've had everything on hold because I've been playing Resident Evil 2 Remake. My review, is a bloody great survival horror game and I highly recommend it. Next an update on my fossil collection. As I've been saving up to try and get better fossils (which means more expensive) what I've been collecting has been cool but not overly eye catching. Achelousaurus - Toe Bone Agujaceratops - Bone Triceratops - Tooth Centrosaurus - Bone Plesiosaur - Tooth As a bonus, my insect collection... And my tooth collection around a model T.rex skeleton and an Archaeopteryx fossil replica. One the Super Robot side of things, I had to cancel my view of the Brave series. I've had a few DVD series to watch and some I ordered have gone missing in transit so I just said screw it and am downloading them. So I'm currently finishing up the series Super Robot: Red Baron, a live action series. Finally something of an announcement on the manga frount, no changes to how I'm doing Blue Hole but to what I do after. Because Blue World is only in Japanese it will take me longer to translate that series so while I get that figured out I found this... Dino Sapian came out about a year or so ago and as far as I can tell has no English translations at all... but it has been released in French. So as long as none picks it up by the time I finish Blue Hole' I'll keep my teeth sharp on this while I get set for Blue World. From the looks of it it's your general humans turning into monsters (dinosaurs in this case) and going on bloody rampages style story.
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    Manga Translation

    Pretty well, I've been to a couple of beaches around England that and collected a few pieces. I also hunt for more exotic stuff in shops and the webs. If your interested I've posted pictures of them on my blog on this site. Which reminds me I have to post about a few new pieces I've got.
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    Manga Translation

    Go for it, it’s been a pretty good series so far. No spoilers though please.
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    Manga Translation

    Wow... did not expect to see this today. Hello, welcome to the site. It's nice to meet a fellow dinosaur enthusiast. Like you I was rather shocked at how little dinosaur fiction there is, at least when it comes to manga. Likewise Blue Hole was right at the top of my most wanted list. In 2016 I started to think, well if none else if gonna translate it, why don't I give it a shot. In 2017 I bit the bullet, as you can see, an started translating it. There's a reason you don't find this online, I don't upload it anywhere. I don't do this becuase I'm not a member of any scalation websites and I'd rather not get into any legal trouble. If your dead set on getting this series, I'm happy to talk about it privately. But be warned this is something of a hobby and a slow burn one at that. I've only done 8 chapters to date, I finished that last weekend, and I lost the spark a while back and didn't translate anything for a while. I'm trying to get back into gear and plan to complete a chapter a month, as I have I balance it between my other hobbies which are fossil hunting as well as tracking down other dinosaur material and giant robot anime. On the subject of Fourteen (1990), It looks very intreasting and I will be taking a look. As for Guyver, I was by first anime to. The group that run the site and translate the manga do not just give it away. Any scans you find online were put there without their permission. If your interested, they simple ask that you buy the manga volumes from Japan and provide photo evidence that you have done so. You'll then be granted access to the translation of the volume you purchased. The manga is currently on hiatus for unknown reasons and has been that way for about three years now, however what we have on the site goes beyond the last chapter you'd find anywhere else. It's up to you but I'd say its worth it. Thanks for taking an intreast.
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    Saitama VS Guyver Gigantic

    Considering that Saitama's Serous Punch totally overpowered Boros's Collapsing Star Roaring Cannon, an attack that can destroy the surface of the earth (or blow up a planet in the anime), Gigantic's weapons are no threat to the Caped Baldly. That said Gigantic Exceed's Gravity Implosion should work... if it was given time to fire it. The problem is the attack takes time to charge and Saitama generally has little patience.
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    Faviort or Currently Reading Manga

    Lots of pretty cool sounding series here. I confess to only ever watching Overlords anime, which from what I hear cuts out a lot. Never heard of World Trigger whats it about? I've heard about the Ultraman manga and I need to read it. Guilty as charged, always love a good creature feature. Lets see what else I've got Mermaid Saga (Mermaid Forest) Ok my intreast in this series is as old as Guyver and Devilman, due to the fact that the first Guyver VHS I owned was Number 3 which had trailers for Devilman and Mermaid Forest. The story focuses around the legend of how consuming mermaid flesh will grant a person immortality. Our protagonists are Yuta, a fishermen who ate mermaid flesh over 500 years ago, and Mana, a young girl newly gifted (or cursed) with immortality. Together they travel in search of a way to be free of the immortality. On that quest they encounter others who's lives have been touched by the legend and the tragedy that befell them. This is in part due to the fact that the simple word of mouth legend is but a fraction of the truth. For starters, mermaid flesh will only impart immortality to a lucky few every generation. The most either dye or become Lost Souls, deformed beasts driven by pain and madness while to some unlucky individuals a more unique horror will be bestowed upon them. This is a very well crafted horror manga series that also examines why immortality can be a curse. Toriko Probably my faviort shounen series. While other series are based around ninjas and pirates, Toriko is based around food. What generally attracts me to this series, besides it's monsters, is just how imaginative it is. The whole series just oozes creativity and it regularly has pages of pure artwork. This also goes for it's characters and powers. Another appeal is that while not as serious as say Fist of the North Star and can get very light hearted at time, Toriko feels like a more mature series in terms of it's general tone. The main character pretty much embodies this, Toriko is far more adult then most shounen characters like Goku and Luffy. While like them he's very focused on what intreasts him, he never comes off as intellectually or socially stunted because of this. He's perfectly capable of functioning in normal society as well as being eccentric. That said it's not all perfect, most of the caste don't develop much through the series and due to decreasing popularity the series second half was badly rushed resulting in way to much happening to try and rap up the story.
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    Faviort or Currently Reading Manga

    Just talk about manga you really like or are recently getting into. Well everyone here likes Guyver so we'll skip that one. Another one of mine is Devilman but I think a lot of us have read it at this point and/or are sick of me talking about it at a moments notice so what else I got... Majuu Sensen (Beast Fighter) "A secret society of scientists seek to create advanced humanoid lifeforms through the hybrid of man and beast for their almighty Lord Yeshu and the new world that is nigh. When young Shin'ichi Kuruma is pulled into this inhuman pursuit and loses everything, his path of bloody vengeance leads him into the depths of a conspiracy greater than he could ever imagine." Created by Ken Ishikawa, the creator of Getter Robo and a friend of Go Nagai befor his untimely passing, if you liked Devilman this is right up your alley. Generally speaking I sometimes feel that Ken Ishikawa's stories can be better then Go Nagai's, especially in the early days. Here's a prime example, while Devilman came first and is deserving of it's classic statues, Majuu Sensen feels like a more focused story and has reasonable deeper characters, at least when comparing the original Manga. Shin'ichi is an active part of the story from the get go, driven by the betrayal of his father unlike Akira is talked into becoming a Devilman by his friend and is simple fighting the demons because they are evil and his thirst for battle. He doesn't develop a real emotional connection to his battle until later in the story as he starts to loose people he cares about. Power wise Shin'ichi is almost like a proto-type Aptom. His body has been fused with that of a number of animals, the most prominent being a lion, hawk and bear. He's able to alter any part of his anatomy to theirs, such as growing wings or his hand turning in clawed paws, to full metamorphosis of limbs such as his hand turning into a lions head. He's also able separate his animal parts from himself and have them act remotely. While he can be hurt, by absorbing the blood of his enemies he's able to regenerate and grow stronger. A pretty dame good series. The Getter Robo Series Another series by Ken Ishikawa and another example of some of his works being superior to Nagai's. While Mazinger Z had the better TV series, Getter Robo's original Manga is head and shoulders above Mazingers. Darker, more violent and for it's time more sophisticated then Mazinger Z, Getter Robo also surpasses it's more the more popular robot in another way. It's story advances. Let me explain, while I love the Mazinger Franchise it seems to be constantly trapped in it's original story and cannot move beyond it. Sure their have been spin offs such as God Mazinger and Mazinkaiser SKL, but whenever the series seems like it's going to be moving forward it doesn't. The Mazinkaiser series has the new model Mazinger fighting old foes in old battles only with a new and more unbeatable mech. Shin Mazinger is an amazing retelling and I'm not gonna gripe but again, we're in the same story. Mazinger Zero probably tried the hardest to progress the story but its's all just reworkings of the original. Even the offical continuation by Nagai, Mazinger Z: Infinity, for all the development it gives it's older caste just cannot movie beyond the original as we are right back to Dr. Hell and his army. It all done in an awesome way but it's generally more of the same. Getter Robo by contrast had a story that continued to develop through it's five series. Getter Robo, Getter Robo G, Getter Robo Go, Shin Getter Robo (which was a prequal in-between G and Go) and finally Getter Robo Arc. These all come together to create one big series that moves forward but also has a respect for it's passed. For example the original enemies of Getter Robo, the Dinosaur Empire, return several times in later series but not to simple re-tread the ground they had befor. This actually works both ways as the Getter Robo and G manga's would be given new chapter in later releases to better tie them future story arcs. The only sour spot is that Ken Ishikawa passed away during the making of GR Arc so the series remains unfinished. That said Getter's had quit a few popular spin-off most recently Getter Robo Devolution, which I have yet to read but hear good thing about. Cage of Eden Ok this it a bit different from befor, as well as newer. Cage of Eden is the story of a group of plane crash survivors who find themselves marooned on an island inhabited by prehistoric beasts, their going to have to work together to survive the beasts as well as other survivors and work out the mystery of the island. This a survival style story that people have stated has a similur feeling to the tv series Lost. I agree this in as much that the beginning of the series has a similur feel but thats it. At 21 vols, this is a fairly long series and thankfully it had a genuine story to tell. It's not just people running away from danger waiting to get rescued, although naturally the beginning of the story is like this. The island our characters are on holds a mystery naturally and as time goes on our heroes start to settle down and form a community which alters the dynamic of the story. However the stories main draw, at least in the beginning is that it's a creature feacher and one I can honestly say have not seen befor or since, for this island is inhabited purely by prehistoric mammals from the Cenozoic. By mammals I mean a hell of a lot more then just Mammoths and Sabercats, vertually every animal from the BBC's Walking With Beasts series shows up and more besides. All of which are draw wonderfully I should add. Thankfully while they are a important of the series, the series doesn't use them as a crutch and has an actual plot as I've stated befor. Plus if you partial to bloody violence, well prehistoric predators always give a good show. That said this series is not without it's flaws. First and form most, this is a shonen and the caste is made up of a lot of manga stereotypes, thankfully most are written more then well enough to be likable. While not badly written, you'll notice that some of the dialog doesn't feel natural, by that I mean character are not talking as normal people would. The series has fan service material but again thankfully it's not something the series tries to lean on. Finally the series apparently ran out of funding towards toward the end, resulting in a somewhat rushed ending. I didn't know this at the time and persoanlly didn't notice this to much apart from some plot threads not getting tied up by the end. I think one more as it's getting late and oh boy... this is a dozy. Kyochuu Rettou (The Island of Giant Insects) Well for starters I heard about the title of this series, checked it out and... oh dear. Well at it's most bare bones this is like Cage of Eden. Plane crashes, characters find themselves on an island and said island is inhabited by less then friendly wildlife. The difference being vertually everything else. About... 75% of the cast are ether to dumb to live, totally unlikable or both. The series has yet to develop any kind of plot besides "escape island" and most definitely uses it's creatures and fanservice as a crutch to make up for this. In fact this series only real appeal, apart from it's rather good artwork (I'll get back to that), is the fact that it is willing to push it's gore and disgust right to the limit. People die in some pretty bad ways in this manga. Another down side to this series is the constant use of sexual assault and rape, which feels tacked on and pointless. There's also a point in this manga were all, and I do mean ALL, of the aspects I just mentioned are combined. Now I've read so pretty dark manga in my time, to the point that the moment in Goblin Slayer that got the internet up in arms recently didn't even make me raise an eyebrow. So you can imagine that what happens in this moment to which I refer has got to be pretty bloody extreme when if made me say "WHAT THE ****!" out loud. The only thing that stops this from going truly down into the abyss is the fact that it's not shown from slightly different angle. So in summery this is little more then gore porn with giant insects. Aside from that it's only really quality is it's artwork, which is pretty dame good. Also I forgot to mention, the series likes to drop Insect facts at every opportunity which is ok I suppose. Why have story when you can have trivia. I'll be sticking with this series, purely to see how deep this hole goes. Also somehow, I can only assume it's due it's shock factor, this thing is getting an OVA. That slightly annoys me since genuinely better series with a similur premise exist, Cage of Eden, and get bugger all while this dose.
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    Currently trying to burn through a few of my older series I've had sitting on the shelf for years, Grendizer and Gaiking. While I love these old 70's shows they can really be a slog when your not in mood. Recently I got my hands on Aura Battler Dunbine and while it was very good it gave me a pretty good idea why I picked Super and giant bots over the real kind. Giant and Real robots are like super heroes, their unique and they have character. Real robots, for me, feel so impersonal even when their unique models. Their just a tool to be used, they lack, if I can put it this way, a soul. Despite how good there series was I ended up going back to my older robot shows partly for that reason. With that in mind, once I've finished these 70's series I'm going after a very big franchise I have never watched befor. The Brave Series. This comes from an era of robot anime thats relatively unknown to me. My primary experiances are with post-EVA Mecha as well as a lot of older classic. As a result the 80s and early 90s are new ground for me. I've seen a few series from that period now with Godmars, Goshogun and Dancouga but the Brave series is an important one I've been meaning to get to. According to my research it was the Braves that helped keep the Super and Giant Robot genres afloat in the era ruled mainly by Real Robots. So what better place to start than the beginning with The Brave Fighter Exkizer. On that not I first became aware of the Braves thanks to SRW V an Brave Express Might Gaine
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    I really did pick a good time to start taking my Giant Robot collecting seriously again, because with ever passing day more and more old shows are getting releases. For example at the end of the month Shin Tetsujin 28 is getting released... I don't recall using any dragon balls but someone is granting my wishs.