Basilisk Anime Series

Lucky star has no plot, as plain as that. It’s purely a comedy series. The series is only driven by the most popular character of the series, Konata, even if you don’t like the comedy in it, if you’re an otaku (anime nerd.) you’ll like her.

Fans of Dragon Ball Z should be pleased with character models and backgrounds. The developers used cel-shading to duplicate the look of the series. When playing Budokai 3 you actually get the feeling of interacting with the cartoon(with much less dialog mind you). The presentation is decent all around, though mostly consists of drawings taken from the Dragon Ball Z series.

If you plan to go to a FanimeCon, make sure to take many photos. These cosplayers were all more than willing to pose for shots. And, mind you, they do not only do regular poses, they even do motions familiar for each character. In other words, they play the part. No wonder it is called “cosplay.” Wow!

The costume parade started in grade school where you get to dress up or down for the Halloween party and then each class parades around showing their costumes to the other students. Of course there are parents in the crowd with cameras in hand taking pictures of their kids and friends.

Frankly, me and my dad barely got along. He tried to entice my childhood with nice toys, such as Lego sets (that I can barely build) and RC cars (that I had no interest in.) He would encourage me to try basketball and sports in general, and I’d rather read books about dinosaurs. He scoffed at my cartoons, and didn’t encourage my love of drawing. He scolded me when I’d rather read comic books over newspaper articles. And I don’t even want to go into detail about our relationship with math, and the multiplication table.

When looking to download some anime to watch artwork, you want to make sure that you will be getting a quality product. I personally have tried to download some anime before and been disappointed with what I got. The quality was bad, and I was even worried that the file could possibly harm my computer.

Despite our lack of bond when I was younger, I realize now that he did try his best–to the best of what he knew, and understood, as a father back then. Point is, he tried.

I’m not a perfect father-and I know I never will be-But like my dad before me, I hope someday my kids can say that despite my imperfections, that I damn sure tried.

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