The Isle of Man

This is a self-governing island that is classed as a Crown Dependency of the United Kingdom, an lies about 200 miles off the west coast of Great Britain. The head of state is Queen Elizabeth II, who holds the title of Lord of Mann, an is represented by a Lieutenant Governor. Foreign relations and defence are the responsibility of the British Government, as are taxation and regulations.

The island has been inhabited since before 6500 BC. In 627, King Edwin of Northumbria conquered the Isle of Man along with most of Mercia. Oddly, though this land is near to northern England the accent of the island natives is more similar to southern England. The UK government use this island as tax haven.

After a period of alternating rule by the kings of Scotland and England, the island came under the feudal lordship of the English Crown in 1399. The lordship revested into the British Crown in 1765, but the island never became part of the Kingdom of Great Britain or its successor the United Kingdom, retaining its status as an internally self-governing Crown dependency.

SDCC 2016 News: Saturday Edition

Only one more day left until SDCC is over! But don’t worry we have all the 411 on what went on today! 

* Once Upon a Time will be introducing an Aladdin storyline!

Legends of Tomorrow revealed that Jonah Hex is returning for season 2.

* Brie Larson is officially Captain Marvel

* Fantastic Beasts released another trailer which gives us a deeper look into the movie and some new creatures!

* The makers of Pokémon Go are thinking that some sort of game of thrones/risk type hybrid idea will be their next mobile game!

* The Kong: Skull Island trailer is HUGE!

* Warner Brothers gave us the Wonder Woman trailer we’ve been waiting for, and surprised us with Justice League

* We got a sneak peek into the new X-Men Universe with Fx’s Legion

* Blindspot star Joe Dinicol will be in a recurring role in Arrow Season 5 as villain Ragman.

* Doctor Strange showed us multi dimensions in the newest trailer!  

* Surprise! There is going to be a Blair Witch sequel! 


Let’s all remember that the years between Jaco the Galactic Patrolman and Raditz landing on earth have all had stories told.

Not just stories in the Dragon World timeline that filled the gaps between Age 739 and Age 761 but actual, true manga tales told between 1978 and 1988 and most of it adapted into two anime series with a combined number of 396 episodes: Dr. Slump Arale-chan and Dragonball respectively.

From Top to Bottom: Wonder Island, Tomato: Girl Detective, Early Dr. Slump, Late Dr. Slump, Dragonball Chapter 1, Dragonball:Goku vs the Red Ribbon Army, Dragonball: Goku vs Piccolo Daimaoh, Dragonball: 23rd Tenkaichi Budokai

If a 64 episode anime-only sequel can be in every DBZ video game, AT LEAST the first 194 chapters/153 anime episodes of Dragonball can be in a DBZ video game as well.

Please reblog if you would love to see Dr Slump Arale-chan and the original Dragonball series in future video games.



[VID/TRANS] [160714] Corin’s Instagram Update

6th Korean album,  “FTISLAND / Where’s the truth?"’s details have been revealed. I did the arrangement for track 8, Wonderful Life. We worked together on the arrangement of the basic part when Hongki and Hong’s Tower told me last year, “Corin-san, we would like to study arrangement!”, visiting me at my studio all the way in Japan. The release is going to be lots of fun! Also, more than anything, I want to see everyone singing the chorus (of this song) together at Lives! #ftisland #fncentertainment