I visited Norway, and am about to make a fool out of myself again! Sorry for the dodgy camera work!
Today, on February 11th, I beat Persona 5. I got it in June of last year, so… it’s been a long-time coming, but that only seems fitting given the game in question. So many years in production… the game was planned for 2014, but it spend 3 extra years in development hell, including having Atlus get its ass saved by Sega!
I’d like to use this chance to promote a friend’s new video. He’s trying to get back into reviewing, so … Consider giving him a watch, okay?
I spontaneously thought of making a quick video, highlighting the start of a very interesting game…………….. and then it turned out to be more than 3 hours long, but I uploaded it anyway! I’ll be posting in parts weekly! Continue reading
I visited my first furry convention, and made a video about it! Continue reading
Asterix is a series of French comic books, by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo… or rather it used to be, as the things have changed throughout the years, with a new duo taking over not that long ago, but regardless: it is a very important part of comic history, and yet, there must be plenty of people who don’t know about the existence of Asterix, Obelix, Dogmatix (AKA Idéfix ), Getafix (AKA Panoramix), the magic potion that helps the Gals fight back the attacks of the Romans… and even less people who have actually read the comics. I do have to confess that I didn’t get to read much of Asterix, but I am quite familiar with the movies. As a child I loved watching the feature length movies, and recently after talking to a friend, I decided to rewatch the ones that I know, watch those that I didn’t, and get a full picture of how the Asterix canon holds up! Continue reading
The long awaited video, where I and my pal Amayirot Akago… play with Legos!
Over the last weekend, I was at the Mangapark Erfurt, a first time event where manga fans could gather in the local park, and do stuff. Naturally anime/fantasy/video-game fans, and nerds of all sorts were welcome too. I was invited there by Michael Wild, the artist behind the critically acclaimed “Mimimi” and “Apfel” comics. We shared a room together, spend a bunch of time chatting, and it was real fun.
I uploaded some of the photos of the event. Not all, because that’d be a bit much, but here’s the few that I made public:
Sorry if this journal is rather short. I simply did not feel like writing much, I’m really tired after this weekend, so my brain can’t come up with much stuff to say other than that it was fun!