this stands for Guyscoal
That’s my score for the first episode of Guilty Crown. In English, this means “Very good, probably because I haven’t seen a half-decent show ever since Nichijou ended.” Read the rest of this entry »
Watched: 90 seconds
Earlier this week, Anime News Network reported that supercell had held a “contest” wherein “singers” competed to sing the new songs for Guilty Crown, an anime coming up next season. These prepubescent tweens apparently wanted the “fame” and “money” that came with the job, and were coerced into “auditioning.”
The “winner” of the audition is a mere 17-year-old. How can she be so young and still “sing” for supercell? This is unheard of.
And if that wasn’t enough, yesterday ANN blew the whistle again. Next in line is a nubile 15-year-old, an innocent little girl whose mind hasn’t been corrupted by society yet. Is it so much to ask supercell to stop “hiring” underage workers? This is clearly a violation of the United Nations’ child labor acts. If you want to help, sign this petition so we can get those girls back in their homes playing with dolls and shit. Just press the “preorder” button and send it to me when you get it. This is a very important step in helping these poor girls.
In other news
- Hey, I don’t have an imagination so this is my lame column durr
- Hey, I can’t Google Image Search and I like butts so this is my repetitive picture hurr
- 17-year-olds suck at voice acting too, gosh.
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I was watching Fractale the other day and decided that it’d be a good idea to see what the internet thought of the show. How stupid of me!
So I finished Final Fantasy IV the other day (GBA version). It was, on the whole, a great game. I’m going to spend this post talking about some tiny details and plot moments of the game that only people who’ve played the game will recognize (so if haven’t played the game before, go do so, and don’t read this!).