Army Technology


The Empire of Corpses (2015) | US Release Teaser Trailer

“North American anime distributor Funimation confirmed on Friday that it will screen The Empire of Corpses film in select theaters on April 19 and 20. The film adapts the zombie steampunk novel of the same name by the acclaimed late author Project Itoh.

From the studio that produced Attack on Titan comes a captivating historical action thriller based on an award-winning novel by Project Itoh. In an alternate version of 19th century London, the world has been revolutionized by corpse reanimation technology creating armies of undead who serve the living as laborers across the globe.

The Empire of Corpses opened in theaters in Japan on October 2. Funimation will release the film and two more films based on Project Itoh novels — Harmony and Genocidal Organ — in North America. However, Genocidal Organ has been delayed as its animation production shifted from the bankrupt Manglobe studio to the new Geno Studio. EGOIST (Psycho-Pass, Guilty Crown) is performing theme songs for all three films.” (x)

The Wait

For Bojangles, the goal was always to amuse and to titillate. No opportunity to cut a caper went untaken - no ball of string unplayed with; no box uninhabited; no red laser dot on the wall un-hunted down and consigned to sweet lasery oblivion. On one memorable occasion, Bojangles even went so far as to claw two eye-shaped crescents out of a Chinese delivery box and place the contraption on his head as a jape to entertain his owners. How they all laughed that night.

To the vast, ferocious, and unimaginably technologically superior armies waiting just outside Earth’s atmosphere for Bojangles’ command to annihilate every life form on the planet, the quirks and oddities in their general’s behavior towards humans were of very little moment indeed. All that truly mattered was the war, and the wait.

Starter for the-arcane-warrior

The Mass Effect universe had quite a few neat tech pieces, and of these the Omnitool was amongst the best. It could be described as a swiss army knife of technology, and rightfully so. It was no wonder that even the most basic versions of the Omnitool sold incredibly well in other universes–which was why Hotephas set up a trade agreement with a manufacturer to regularly buy basic omnitools in bulk, along with a number of upgrades as well. 

Currently Hotephas was on one of his trips to buy more Omnitools, overseeing the process as the laborers moved the empty crates to the warehouse, and the full crates back to the ship. Recycling the containers helped net him a lower price, one which he had negotiated out of not having to produce new packaging for the omnitools. One thing he certainly wasn’t expecting though, was to meet another multiverse explorer here too.