I finally finished watching Welcome to the N-H-K, and to tell you the truth, I understand the life of a hikikomori. Sato kind of reminds me of myself. I work, yet I try to struggle with the elements of the outside world and take my mind off of it by playing video games and watch movies, but I have to make the best of it in the end, just like Sato did.
Right now, I'm checking out Welcome to the N-H-K. It introduced me to the term Hikikomori. Well I say, to avoid becoming one, one piece of advice to the main character, Tatsuhiro Sato: Quit smoking crack! Lol.
I finished Jinki Extend, Ga-Rei-Zero & Gungrave. Jinki Extend Was confusing but good. Both Ga-Rei-Zero & Gungrave have a good how-it-all-began perspective and kick-ass action.
I know, right. "Cockadoodle doo motherfucker" lol. That will never get old lol
Just finished watching Gantz. The ending pissed me off a bi, but the series was twistedly good regardless.
Nice to meet you:)
About myself. I'm very productive. I have a knack for bartending. As a matter of fact, I've graduated from the Bartending College 2 weeks ago. That way, I can earn enough to go back to college someday. I plan to be a comic book artist/video game designer. I like comic books icons. I don't have a favorite superhero. They're all unique in more ways than one. I like Wolverine, and for a villain: The Joker. He does it with a sinister intelligence and class. I have a PS3 and XBox 360. I like every game genre except sports. I'm a big fan of anime, from Dragon Ball Z, to Yu Yu Hakusho, Naruto Shippuden, all the way to Bleach. I'm good at memorizing Japanese names, especially the Captains of the 13 Court Guard Sqauds and most of the names of their zanpakuto.
Yeah!!!! :D I see you cousin!