Nope, certainly not dead yet. Holidays damn near killed us in ways that would make even the Devil go, "That's not right." Still, we've made it.
Though to start the new year, we have seen some interesting things happen. Not to mention the resurrection of someone I thought we'd never see again: A fanfic author by the name of Mark Doherty, and his insanely good Sailor Moon fic, finished after 8 f'n years of haitus, "I'm Here to Help" (note: the link takes you to the final chapter; I recommend reading from the beginning if you've not read it yet.) And believe me, I would have waited an eternity for this.
I'll see about getting the second half of the Anime Expo con report up this weekend. Almost in time for the next one, I know, heh.
David and I both wanted to take the time to extend our wishes for a happy holiday, be it Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Solstice, or any of the myriad other celebrations of this time of year. May you be as warm and loved with friends and family, as we shall be with ours. Happy Holidays, from Dragon's Anime.
Well, here they are, the final reviews from "Where No Anime Goes Unpunished." We have for you, Rozen Maiden Season 1, Koihime OVA 1 and 2, Maburaho, DearS, Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan, and Akane (DIE YOU F'D UP ANIME, DIE!)Maniax.
Yes, I'm working on my anger issues, and my therapist says I'm coming along fine. Sure he did it at gun point, but he did say it.
I'll be closing "Where No Anime Goes Unpunished" formally, after New Years. As with the others I moved from there, I won't create any threads for them, due to their ages and such, but if you, our loyal readers wish to, again, we'll be more than happy to jump in.
Damn, we're just rocking on with the updates today!
Depending on how this goes, I'll either have the move complete by tomorrow...or after the beginning of next year. Still in any event, I've uploaded four of the reviews for your viewing pleasure: Scrapped Princess, Tenjho Tenge, Transformers: Armada, and Transformers: Energon.
I've added a new review for Ghost Hunt, the new TV series based on the manga of the same name by Shiho Inada. Join Mai and Naru as they look for answers in the world of the paranormal with the help of other exorcists of varying faiths and religions. It's a fun series folks, take a look at the review to see if its something you'd like.
There's a discussion thread all setup here, too. CLOSED
I almost let this slip past me without quite noticing, but as of December 18th, v3.0 of Dragon's Anime celebrated its first anniversary! Time really flies, doesn't it? Thanks for visiting, and look forward to new additions in the next year.