Infamous series

anonymous asked:

do you have other shows on netflix that isnt Glitter force?

We are in no way affiliated with Netflix, but here are some shows available on Netflix USA that are either currently available for stream or the DVD collection is still intact:

Magical Warriors:

Puella Magi Madoka Magica the infamous magical girl series intended for the more general and older anime viewership. A more mature take on the genre without the fan-service that’s usually included in magical girl show aimed at an older crowd. Also has visuals inspired by Soviet animation that makes it visually stand out from most other anime titles. On Instant.

Yuki Yuna is a Hero is similar to PMMM mentioned above but a little more fan-service is obvious in the transformation sequences. It focuses more on the girl’s daily life then PMMM, and is generally viewed as more optimistic then it’s predecessor. On Instant.

Magical Idols:

Lolirock is a magical idol show with some obvious influence from Sailor Moon.  On Instant.

JEM is a curious American take on the magical idol genre. It’s a bit pseudo-magical girl as the characters are adults and the magic is totally outrageous hologram technology. On Instant.

Cute Witches:

Little Witch Academia and it’s sequel Little Witch Academia: Enchanted Parade are short films about a young witch at studying at a magic academy in the vein of Harry Potter or The Worst Witch.  On Instant.

Sasami: Magical Girls Club is a remake of Pretty Sammy, the magical girl spin-off of Tenchi Muyo. DVD

Other Magic Users:

H2O: Just Add Water and it’s spin-offs are about human girls who gain the ability to transform into mermaids.  On Instant

- Piper

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Brilliant edits, you have such a great aesthetic too, you’re pretty much the reason I am so interested in the Infamous series, really glad I’m following you tbh you’re such a chill dude!

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anonymous asked:

anyway i just wanna let you know when you reblog that ask about catsuggest alternatives you are officially harassing a dfab mentally ill minor! congratulations! not. -said minor

This is my gf Leah Clearwater from the infamous twilight saga series. She was portrayed as a bitch in the books/movies but she’s not. She was just strong in her personality and opinions. And I love her a lot. Thanks for asking about it :)

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Pokémon Sun and Moon -Abraief Retrospective

By Zac Gardiner

Pokémon has evolved a lot since its original titles launched in 1998 for the Gameboy, a time lost relic of a bygone age. Since then Pokémon has become a cultural phenomenon and its core game series, have somewhat become their own sub-genre of video game. The art style and gameplay is so instantly recognisable that it’s gone on to inspire TV shows, movies, and other video games of a similar nature including the later instalments in the Final Fantasy Series.

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recently I decided to subject myself to david decoteau’s infamous 1313 series aka shirtless guys wander around and awkwardly rub their bodies and sometimes something resembling a plot happens and I have to say… I am disappointed by the lack of bare ass in these “movies”

the posters already make them look like softcore porn…. c’mon david decoteau…… give us the ass….

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Finale.


6 months. 100 posts. 1000 followers. 

Thank you all so much for enjoying this blog and making my hobby feel valid. Here’s to more adventures, and hopefully a long lasting blog you will all continue to enjoy 

Cubs' Bryant wins first NL MVP in a landslide

Chicago Cubs star Kris Bryant claimed his first National League (NL) Most Valuable Player Award by near-unanimous vote on Thursday.

He received 29 of 30 first-place votes, edging Washington Nationals second baseman Daniel Murphy and Los Angeles Dodgers rookie shortstop Corey Seager.

Bryant, 24, built off his Rookie of the Year campaign in big way, leading the NL with 121 runs scored while helping the Cubs end their infamous 108-year World Series drought.

He also ranked in the top six in home runs (39) and RBIs (102). 

The second overall draft pick in 2013 arrived in MLB in 2015 amid fanfare unlike any Cubs player since perhaps Sammy Sosa, whose 1998 MVP campaign is the last time the franchise claimed the award.

And he has made quick work of the lofty expectations.

Bryant is the fourth player to be named Rookie of the Year and MVP in back-to-back seasons.

Cal Ripken Jr., Ryan Howard and Dustin Pedroia were the others.

MLB awards 2016: Cubs' Kris Bryant wins first NL MVP in a landslide

If baseball prognosticators are to be believed, it was only a matter of time before Kris Bryant won his first of many Most Valuable Player awards.

It came sooner rather than later Thursday, when the Chicago Cubs wunderkind was named National League MVP in his second MLB season by near-unanimous decision. He received 29 of 30 first-place votes, edging Washington Nationals second baseman Daniel Murphy and Los Angeles Dodgers rookie shortstop Corey Seager.

Bryant, 24, built off his Rookie of the Year campaign in big way, leading the NL with 7.7 wins above replacement and 121 runs scored while helping the Cubs end once and for all their infamous 108-year World Series drought. He also ranked in the top six in OPS (.939), home runs (39) and RBIs (102). 

The second-overall draft pick in 2013 arrived in MLB in 2015 amid fanfare unlike any Cubs player since perhaps Sammy Sosa, whose 1998 MVP campaign is the last time the franchise claimed the award. And he’s made quick work of the lofty expectations.

Bryant is the fourth player to be named Rookie of the Year and MVP in back-to-back seasons.

Cal Ripken Jr., Ryan Howard and Dustin Pedroia were the others.

anonymous asked:

2 4 6 8

8: Favourite video game series? 2: Favourite genre?

(Can never go wrong marathoning a nice long RPG)

4: Top three video games?

(Persona 4, Mass Effect 2, and because I can’t decide for the third it’s a tie between Kingdom Hearts 2 and Infamous Second Son)

6: Favourite game based on a film?

(Only one I really remember is Spiderman 2)

8: Favourite video game series?

(This series is more of an emotional thing but the Infamous series cause  just always played that when my depression and anxiety are acting up it always calmed me down)

anonymous asked:

Answer me two questions. 1. What the hell was the snake pubes from and 2. W H Y

Its from a somewhat infamous sex comic series called Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose. To the second question, why not? Happy Halloween!

Went through my PS3 games this morning thinking about a topic and I came up with this. PS3 games with back to back sequels on the same system. Only two though, so no trilogies. Here’s what I pulled out of my collection. Some rpgs and action series. I’m sure there’s more, I just don’t have them. Like the Kane and Lynch games. I have part 2 but I have 1 on 360. Also fist of the North star kens rage series. I also have part 1 but part 2 on ps3 never came out in the US. I only see it on xbox 360. People in Europe did get it physical on ps3. Anyways, what other series am I missing? Do you have them? Post up some pics and let’s talk about it.

When I first began these posts, the first gun I did after the “Ring Of Fire” post was the infamous TEC-9 series of guns. However on retrospect, it was a pretty shitty post. So let’s do a redo of the “blaster” of the gangster world.

This is the TEC-9 pistol. This is one of the more iconic of “machine pistols”. It’s the kingpin of the 1980′s world, as iconic as the MAC-10 and Uzi and for the same reason. It’s big, it’s pretty wonky, and like the MAC-10.

The story of the TEC-9 begin with the company Interdynamic AB, a Swedish based gun manufacturer run by George Kellgren, the chief designer and Carlos Garcia, the main sort of businessman to the company. They had a design for a semi and full automatic police submachine gun, with plastic construction, collapsing stock, open bolt, etc. This was the first TEC-9 variant, the MP-9.

Now being a Swedish company, this didn’t sell at all. Feeling like the design had promise, Interdynamic moved to Miami, Florida because we’re in the 80′s. Kellgren leaves the company, later to work with Grendel and then found Kel-Tec, That explains a lot about Kel-Tec doesn’t it?

Anyway, Garcia modifies the original MP-9 design, lobs the foregrip off, modifies the site and removes the stock and makes the KG-9. Yes, it has no front sight. Now the original problem with the KG-9 was that it’s a semi-auto pistol with an open bolt. To explain, this means to ready to fire, you had to rack the bolt open and on pulling the trigger, the bolt flies forward, picks up, feeds and fires a round.

Now those who can see how this is going will see the problem already. That meant if you could modify the sear, you could actually make it fully automatic, and gangsters in Florida did that in spades. It was cheap, in a common caliber and once modified, could fire at about 1000 RPM. 

So the ATF come in 1982 and say “Modify the design or get your license revoked” and thus revised it to the KG-99, with a closed bolt. Then in 1985, they revised their name to Intratec and renamed their gun to the TEC-9.

From 1985 to 1990, the TEC-9 was made and sold across the US. It was used heavily by gangs, especially Cuban and Jamaican gangs in Florida for it’s large size and resemblance to the full-auto versions. It had a number of attachments, 1 point slings, various magazines, short barrels, barrel extensions, suppressors and other modifications that would begin to doom the weapon with the horrible gun climate of the 1990′s.

In 1989, California placed an AWB and the TEC-9 was named in it. To curb this, Intratec made the TEC-DC9. The only difference between it and the normal TEC-9 was a swing swivel placement. But in the 1990′s, two big shootings effectively shot the TEC-9 in the foot. These were the 101st California Street shooting and the 1999 Columbine High School shooting.

I’ll keep from the nitty gritty on those two shootings to resolve this tale. The 1994 AWB banned all of the TEC series by name, and the final variant was made, the AB-10. It looks similar to the TEC-9 mini with no barrel threading. Following Columbine, politicians went after Intratec for it’s weapon, ignoring how the TEC-9 in Columbine was an illegal gun but politicians aren’t logical. Later Intratec guns like the TEC-38, TEC-22 and CAT-9 were chased by politicians and in 2001, Intratec became one of the many members of the Clinton family’s killed list.

And now, it’s time for media uses and the TEC-9 is very common. Rappers like Biggie Smalls and Ice Cube usually talked of their guns in their lyrics and the TEC-9 was always said by it’s name. And movies influenced by this usually had TEC-9′s in their arsenal.

The big size and shape of the TEC-9 made it a common sight in movies, what with it’s use by gangsters across the US. Usually converted to full auto, the TEC-9 made a hell of a flash and whether it’s for giant truckasaurus hands or for fighting the supernatural in San Fran, it’s a perfect fit. SEGWAY TIME!

The TEC-9′s a reasonably common sight in video games, usually converted to full auto and serving as the inaccurate bullet hose. Some games do tend to show the TEC-9′s original semi-automatic mode, such as Counter Strike: Global Offensive but for the most part most video game’s TEC-9′s are big, loud and full motherfucking automatic.

And that is my revised TEC-9 post. The TEC-9 is a very interesting gun, whether it be for it’s history, it’s infamy or just it’s looks, TEC-9′s are very imposing. While Intratec is a faded memory, parts for TEC-9′s are still on the market and with the growing Masterpiece Arms Semi-auto MAC-10′s, I wouldn’t be surprised a TEC-9 would show up soon. The TEC-9 is a big imposing pistol and will be firing from the window of cars until the end of time, from Miami to Long Beach.

My man left a TEC and a 9 at my crib, turned himself in, he had to do a bid…”