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  1. Game of Thrones fandom: Man, we have to wait SO LONG between seasons! Guyver fandom: Hold my beer.
  2. My (new-ish) husband and I did a European honeymoon in the last month and Dublin was the first stop we made. It was, of course, the perfect time to meet up with Sully for drinks, food and good times =)
  3. *This is me, starting a topic in hopes of rallying the guys I miss talking to* Today's topic: What music do you find fitting for Guyver and/or makes you think of Guyver? They don't even have to be songs that would tie directly to one character or scene, just songs that can conjure images from the series. For me, I have the following songs (and yes, it is a real playlist on my iPod). Character Image Songs: Pretty Handsome Awkward (The Used) - Sho Fukamachi All the Things I've Done (The Killers) - Mizuki Segawa, Tetsuro Segawa, Natsuki Taga The Beginning is the End is the Beginning (Smashi
  4. Hey guys, I know it's been a while (more than a while, actually), but I have a technical question for 'yall and I'm sure you're the best bunch to answer it for me. Food for thought. It takes just seven pounds of pressure to break a man's bone. So, how much would it take to break the bones of your standard, run-of-the-mill conveyor belt Zoanoid? This is just for a couple of ideas I've been kicking around that probably won't end up going anywhere. It's just for my personal reference. Let me know what you think. (Admittedly, this thought crossed my mind while watching Inglorious Basterds)
  5. I'm not sure how many people here like the Appleseed series (manga, OAV and/or new movies) but I just learned that a 26-episode TV series is in production for 2009. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/20 ... ed-tv-show I only recently discovered Appleseed when I watched Ex Machina and the 2004 movie, but I'm loving it. The news of a TV series - and it sounds like it's going to be a prequel - makes me stupidly happy. Just wanted to share.
  6. New Guyver artwork, after.... Jeez, don't ask me how many years. Kind of like my activity here on the board. I'm not even sure what possessed me to draw the guy. But, he's here, all the same. I can't help but think that if Lisker ever did manage to come back (which I don't think will happen in any medium of Guyver outside wishful fanfiction), he'd be pretty FUBR'd. Enjoy, guys.
  7. I am a huge connoisseur of the fantasy genre, not only as a reader, but also as a writer. My favorite author is Mercedes Lackey (if not be default since she her books is what started my obsession), but I feel I've read a fair amount of authors and variations to the genre, proving that every fantasy novel isn't Lord of the Rings, which sadly cannot seem to hold my interest. It reads too much like a history book, and I'm a very character-driven reader, as well as a seeker of worlds that don't all take place in Middle Earth. C.S. Friedman, who wrote the Coldfire Trilogy, is one of the few au
  8. Wow, I honestly didn't think this place was still around. I had assumed it was shut down after the hacker attacks. Apparently I was wrong... But yeah, I'm back, more or less. I feel as though I've kind of fallen out of the Guyver loop, but I do have a new fic idea that's been buzzing around my skull for the past few months, so maybe being back will inspire some work out of me, even if it's just in art form. Good to be back, guys.
  9. Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. This sound be on the top priority list as well.
  10. White Noise and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory are already down on my "to see" list.
  11. No, it's not a Guyver pic. Was gonna be, but I needed my original characters to stretch their legs. If you've been keeping up on Vixen, this is Vixen and Jarek (Jarek's just been introduced in the last chapter I posted). In the world of Eres, they don't have an exact Christmas holiday, per sae, but instead celebrate the Winter Solctise (similar to the Pegan religions). It's also called "The Festival of Lights", symbolizing that even in the darkest times, you can always find light, hence all the candles. Holly and tiny gold stars being hung from trees is also symbolic of the holiday. I'll g
  12. Church and Griff tell it as it is. http://gprime.net/video.php/reallifevsinternet Warning: rated about PG-13....or so......for choice language. That is all.
  13. The card thing is actually easy to figure out, once you get the hang of it. It's just a matter of keeping the decks organized and cards restocked when you hit the end.
  14. So, anyone else have it? I got mine as an early Christmas present from a friend, and I'm having a blast. It's very much like the first Kingdom Hearts game as far as the worlds you play through and the characters you meet, but has its very own unique storyline and foreshadowing to the next game (like the apperance of Axel...yeay!) The battle system is a lot of fun, too, once you get the hang of it. I definately recommend checking it out!
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