and the title finally shows up

Bleach 685 theory

Ywhach is defeated. Everyone arrives to the scene. Ichigo relaxes and Aizen is revived by Inoue. He agrees to take position of Soul King. Everyone cheers. The scene of them cheering is now shown in Rukia’s shitty drawing form. She, now a captain, is showing the scene to a child that looks like Ichigo but with black hair. She finishes the story with the conclusion Kubo couldn’t show. The child cheers and picks up a stick pretending to fight like Ichigo. Ichigo comes home and sees him playing. He is soaking wet. Rukia questions “Is it raining?” Ichigo looks at his son. “Yeah.” We now see an Ichigo with the dumb smile he used to have with his mother. “But it doesn’t matter” End chapter with title Death and Strawberry Finale

Rangers Round Up: Lightspeed Rescue.

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Show Title: Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
Air Time: 2000 (1 season, 40 episodes)
Run Time: About 20 minutes
Produced by: Saban Entertainment 
Watch it on: Netflix
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After many years of a flowing story line the time had finally come for a new group of Rangers, independent from the stories from the past to carve their own path for Power Rangers in the future. With this new chance came challenges as this meant they had to strong, relatable character built from the ground up, to this end they decided to work on the popular military shows of the time into the Power Rangers formula, and the result was Power Rangers LightSpeed Rescue.

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First Images of ‘Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie’ Unveiled

Nickelodeon gave fans a first look at character art for the new “Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie” during the 25 Years of Nickelodeon Animation panel at Comic-Con.

The artwork included six photos featuring the title character, Arnold, as well as Helga, Gerald, Phoebe, Grandpa and Abner, Arnold’s spirited pet pig. The images capture the personalities of the characters that fans of the animated series will remember: Arnold and Gerald appearing laid-back and cool and Helga frowning with her fist balled up.

One nostalgic image shows Arnold and Gerald enjoying ice cream cones on Arnold’s front porch while Helga looks annoyed after her’s falls down.

Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie,” which will be a two-hour telepic and air in 2017, will finally answer the long-anticipated question: what happened to Arnold’s parents?

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Top 5 Dead or Alive: Team Shuffle Along or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed
his past Broadway season, New York theatre was treated to an explosion of #BlackExcellence. That explosion was Shuffle Along or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed. Lo...

This past Broadway season, New York theatre was treated to an explosion of #BlackExcellence. That explosion was Shuffle Along or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed. Long on title, long on talent. Through a perfect shitstorm of factors (that a lot of us are not so secretly side eyeing) this fantastic show takes its final bow on July 24th, depriving the world of the best Broadway cast of all times. Before we go back to #BroadwaySoWhite business as usual, I had to throw it up for the baddest crew from east to west coast. 

But what about Hamilton? We ain’t talking about Hamilton. It’s Shuffle Along or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed time. Get with the program or stay outta grown folks’ business. So let’s give it up for Top 5 Dead or Alive: Team Shuffle Along or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed. And put some respek on that name because you’re getting the full title every time

1) “Jesus was a carpenter, Savion, laid beats
Whole Cast flow the Holy Ghost, get the hell up out your seats”

You wanna talk about a dream team? Imagine 90 – 91 Jordan, LeBron, Steph Curry, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson, Wilt Chamberlain, plus all the original Harlem Globetrotters on one team. Now dose them all with Felix Felicis and you’d be close to the audacious might that is Team Shuffle Along or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed. Between them, they’re carrying 33 Tony nominations and 11 Tony wins (with 6 for one person alone). 

This team is rocking five legends, one Hall of Fame-r and two certified GOATs. The greatest tapper alive choreographed this jawn. Audra “my Tony’s got Tony’s” McDonald headlines this beast. But don’t sleep. I name dropped only two GOATs because y’all still sleeping on the rest of this cast. Even the folks on the bench (understudies and swings) slay the game. This is a cornucopia of elite Broadway talent. Don’t debate me. Go debate your auntie.

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'Bones' EP Jonathan Collier teases season finale: 'A key character is threatened'
Bones fans really won’t want to miss Thursday’s season finale. “It will be a cliffhanger,” co-showrunner and executive producer Jonathan Collier...

Bones fans really won’t want to miss Thursday’s season finale.

“It will be a cliffhanger,” co-showrunner and executive producer Jonathan Collier promises EW. “A key character is threatened.”

The final hour of season 11, ominously titled “The Nightmare Within the Nightmare,” sees the return of the show’s latest serial killer — a mastermind who reflects the dark side of what Brennan (Emily Deschanel) can do. “We really wanted to spook, and we also wanted to go to a villain who kind of sees the world like Brennan does,” co-showrunner Michael Peterson previously told EW. Peterson compares the hour to Hitchcock’s Spellbound, warning, “We’re going to go darker, scarier.”

And as Bones sets up its final season, the end of Thursday’s finale will leave devoted viewers wanting more. Says Collier: “We’re promising everyone an incredibly surprising twist that will really reward our long-term fans.”

Bones airs Thursday at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.

To all my fellow LITs freaking out about the S3E9 title

Remember how much y’all were freaking out about “The Librarians And The Final Curtain” potentially spelling “curtains” for the show and remember how that episode actually ended up turning out. Heart-wrenching, yes, but not for the reasons we all thought it would be, so maybe this isn’t one of those cases either. Maybe “Fatal Separation” doesn’t mean someone dies but it actually relates to what they are actually investigating somehow like maybe it’s a bifurcated artifact or a ghost story about separated lovers like that Doctor Who episode Hide; or if someone dies, maybe it’s just another one-off character like Mabel. If they were actually going to kill off a lead, someone would have said something or something would have leaked by now. Also, shows don’t usually “advertise” that a character is going to die in the title of the episode. I know titles of episodes usually refer to what’s going on with the main characters rather than some random one-off character but either A. a one-off character dies and it’s worthy of (however oblique) mention in the title because, like both applied to Mabel, either they had romantic tension with one of the Librarians or their death was pivotal somehow (like how if you watch the episodes of S1 in their proper order,you’ll understand how the Librarians were so motivated to save the STEM fair because they’d just lost Collins Falls), B. the episode’s title is more metaphorical than literal (like the show seems to have been leaning towards in season 2, though who knows about season 3 until we know plot details, with episodes like “The Librarians And The Cost Of Education”, “The Librarians And The Hollow Men” and “The Librarians And The Final Curtain”) or C. something completely different is going on that we don’t know yet but probably doesn’t involve any main character dying. Also, this may or may not be relevant but I can’t remember any time other than the Now-Seemingly-Obligatory-Season-Starting-Two-Parter (except maybe the last two episodes of S2) where two back-to-back episodes on this show were linked in terms of what the titles dealt with. I mention this because a lot of people are freaking out about this one being after “The Librarians And The Eternal Question” but, sorry to blow holes in people’s little shipper hearts but I don’t think the episode involves any ships proposing (or at least that’s not what the titular question refers to) because I saw several hints that they might be doing something with knights (and maybe even the return of Dulaque) so even if E8 and E9 are linked, maybe they’re still not about what we think they are. 

TL;DR LITs, LITs, calm your f***ing tits

Hey everyone!

We’ve been busy finishing up Snot Bubbles after a year of working on it. I didn’t post as much as I wanted to - time went by a lot faster than anticipated. But on the bright side, our pilot is almost ready for showing!

Daniel is now wrapping up comp and I’m working on the poster art, which means making up our minds about the final title. 

What do you think? ;D

Final Fantasy XV : Unpublished scenes information and a technical video

More than 71 days, we have counted.

By testing the demo of Final Fantasy XV at the Japan Expo , one of the big positives that could be drawn was clearly its graphics. It exploded in all directions, Titan was impressive, but the attention to detail was remarkable. Square Enix is working hard to impress fans of the franchise and newcomers. To show their progress, the Japanese company has teamed up with IGN for Making Of technical game. The work is impressive, complex, and best of all, a few scenes and unpublished information is present in the video below ! What do you expect to click play ?

Square Enix retraces all the changes they have made ​​between Versus XIII and Final Fantasy XV , as saying that the work is colossal. Their first goal is to enable the geeks that we are playing this title as we did in the old : explore all the places that have the reach, either on land or in the air. We often have the opportunity to park during our trip. This will allow us to take a look around to discover dungeons and all sorts of things. Also specify that the technicians said to several places of the game have not yet been released … not Bavon ladies and gentlemen. 

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Connor was amazed, the fact that this planet was abnormally beautiful even if majority of it was covered in water with a few islands littered about, the planet of Shining Blue was always a treat to hear from his father when he would go out on exhibitions with his engineering squad and he could finally see it with his own eyes.

Naturally he had to add this to his ever growing, self titled ‘Connor’s guide to the Three-Nine’ he was writing so he could show his mother when he came home to earth after becoming a machine, after writing about the capital city that the Three-Nine stopped at and some of it’s attractions. Connor decided to pull out his camera to take some photos of the planet just to add to this entry.

Of course he didn’t see where he was going and ended up bumping into someone which resulted in his camera being knocked out of his hands, fixing his cap which was knocked over his eyes, the formless lad looked up with yellow eyes at the person he just ran into.

“O-Oh forgive me! I wasn’t looking where I was going…” Connor muttered while fumbling for his camera, this person didn’t look like any local of this planet, maybe she was from another Galaxy Express train or maybe a passenger aboard the Starship Olympic or Mauretania since they arrived around the same time as the train.

“You don’t look like you are from this planet, ah are you also a passenger aboard the Three-Nine or another train!”

anonymous asked:

Speaking of Nomura Numbers, I'm trying to make sense of the beginning of the Secret Episode. After showing the beginning of KH1, we see Aqua walking towards AtW, followed by a 0 . So I guess back then BBS was considered the zero title instead of χ. Then it rewinds the events shown in Blank Points up to the end of the Final Episode, followed by "zero point". Finally, the Secret Episode cutscene starts, followed by a "0.5" , which according to Nomura is BBS Volume 2. It's a bit of a mess, hehe.

Yeah, right after Birth by Sleep came out, Nomura called it Kingdom Hearts 0. It only became “0.1″ when X came out and took its place at the beginning of the series. So, Birth by Sleep was 0, and then the Aqua game was set to be 0.5 because it took place between Birth by Sleep (0) and Kingdom Hearts 1.

But then that game was scrapped and reduced down to the one-world-long demo we’re getting now, so its number was downgraded from 0.5 to 0.2.

Nomura’s mind is a mystery wrapped in an enigma. Wrapped in belts.

- Mod A.

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I’m guessing “zero point” might’ve been intended to read as “0.”, literally a zero with a decimal after it. Everything after that point is considered in-between BBS and KH1. Kind of spitballing ideas.

Either way, I didn’t expect that we’d ever get BBSv2. Might not be what we were expecting, but hey, more Aqua.

- Mod S.

Netflix is finally explaining why they didn’t pick up Agent Carter.

When ABC axed the series after two seasons in May, fans held their breath hoping the streaming company would swoop in and add Carter to its mounting collection of Marvel titles, such as Daredevil and Jessica Jones. Instead, Carter became Marvel’s first canceled title in this modern era.

We asked Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos what about the series did not work for his company.

“We’re looking for truly original brands to own,” he says, “and in that Marvel space we already have [original comic book shows] – so that was mostly why.”

Netflix also tries to own and distribute its titles worldwide, releasing seasons globally and simultaneously, and the structure of Marvel’s existing international deals for Agent Carter made that tricky. “They also have some output deal complexities,” he adds. “So when you pick it up, being able to pick it up globally is difficult even after it’s canceled. Some of those output partners still had it on the air, so they would argue its covered by their output [deals]. Unfortunately, it was a business decision more than a creative one.”

October Solicits Thoughts?

  • TERRY MCGINNIS IS BACK AS BATMAN
  • where the fuck is super sons
  • the deadman and hawkman/adam strange miniseries look so good
  • a whole action comics issue about lois bless
  • welcome back to crossover hell batman series
  • don’t forget that there is a blue beetle series with jaime and ted and I am still ecstatic about it!!
  • KID FLASH OF TWO WORLDS I’m gonna let my “wally is the flash” bitterness slide for a second for that amazing title. I’m not reading Flash but I will be picking up this issue
  • Is the Supergirl series going to be a carbon copy of the tv show? I’ll pass
  • LINDA PARK LINDA PARK LINDA PARK
  • Earth 2 is still holding on god bless
  • I’m so happy Krypto is being taken care of :’)
  • and finally really nice dianasteve and dinahollie covers
fall into corruption - Nekomaru Nidai

Context: Until the true reason in Zetsubou-hen is shown, this will be how I HC Nidai’s fall into Despair.

“This World is diseased. Rotten to the core. There’s no saving it. We need to purge it all away. Wipe the slate clean. BURN IT DOWN!”

The letter that he received told him everything: it seems that they have finally caught up to him. Truth be told, Nidai hid a secret from all the other students. He was not fit to be the Ultimate Coach by one reason: all of his records, all of his accomplishments were purged by every organization around. Without anything to show for his name, his title was in jeopardy. Implicated in numerous ‘match’ fixing scandals without substance, it was clear Nidai was very much in danger of losing his title.

But this…was not the true case.

You see, when Nidai became a prominent coach, he discovered the ugly face of the Game: drug-test evasion, doping, match-fixing and widespread use of performance-enhancing drugs that was even sponsored by many of the organizations. All in collusion to create the ‘paradise’ of competitive sports. Nidai was crushed: was this truly what his ambition was for, to see the sport to be nothing more than a corrupt mockery of Daisuke’s ideals?

At first, he tried to fight it: through sheer effort and talent alone, he easily overturned even the most corrupt sporting teams through hard work, sweat and tears. But when it became apparent that he sough to expose the ugly truth of competitive sports to the entire world, the Sport itself lashed back: they fixed many scandals and faked the tests of his athletes, wiping away his hard work, all of his records from which he drew pride. His athletes, at the risk of losing what made them famous, testified and propped up fake testimonials against him.

Nidai was mortified. In his eyes, they killed Daisuke twice: first his death in a hospital bed with only him by his side, and by the sporting world he abides by. Filled with anguish, it was only that smiling hand that reached out to him that brought him comfort, and reassured him that he, indeed, was right: Junko Enoshima.

She promised him that ‘Despair’ was simply a rebellion against the corrupt, the nepotists and the privileged. And in the depths of despair born from his anguish, he believed. In his eyes, a purer, just world was another corpse away: and so, he soon lost the hesitation to killing. Focused solely to ‘purge’ the world of the old order he ruthlessly slaughtered countless innocents, to the point where even he fell numb to it all.

He no longer remembered what he fought for. He no longer remembered who inspired him to laugh, cry and smile with his athletes. In his eyes, this world had to burn. Every kill, every massacre, brought that ‘perfect world’ closer, even though he had long fallen into the hands of Ultimate Despair.

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5 years ago today, WWE presented Money in the Bank from the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL, a suburb of Chicago. 14,815 were in attendance, with 195,000 homes purchasing the event on PPV. That’s up from 165,000 homes from the 2010 edition.

The focus of the show in addition to the two ladder matches for guaranteed world title shots is CM Punk’s threatening to leave the company as WWE Champion, as it was announced a few weeks prior that this would be his final show with the company. The show won Wrestling Observer Newsletter’s Best Major Show award in 2011, and the main event featuring John Cena vs. CM Punk for the WWE Championship won that publication’s Match of the Year award.
MATCH CARD:
1. in a preshow dark match, Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov defeated David Otunga & Michael McGillicutty.

2. Daniel Bryan defeated Cody Rhodes, Heath Slater, Justin Gabriel, Kane, Sheamus, Sin Cara, and Wade Barrett in a SmackdownMoney in the Bank ladder match for a future World Heavyweight Championship match for up to one year.
3. Kelly Kelly defeated Brie Bella to retain the WWE Divas Championship.

4. Mark Henry defeated The Big Show.

5. Alberto Del Rio defeated Rey Mysterio, Kofi Kingston, The Miz, Alex Riley, Evan Bourne, R-Truth & Jack Swagger in a RAW Money in the Bank ladder match.

6. Christian defeated Randy Orton by disqualification to win the World Heavyweight Championship. Per a pre-match stipulation, Orton could lose the title if he were disqualified or if there was evidence of “bad officiating”. Orton was disqualified due to a low blow.

7. CM Punk defeated John Cena to win the WWE Championship. Post-match, Alberto Del Rio attempted to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase, but a roundhouse kick by Punk thwarted the try and left the arena through the crowd before the match could be made official. The bout was awarded five stars (out of 5) by Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the first WWE match to get such a rating since the first Hell in a Cell match between Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker from In Your House: Bad Blood

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The wait is finally over, Britney fans. Britney Spears has officially released the first single from her upcoming ninth studio album.

The sexy summer single, titled “Make Me,” features up-and-coming rapper G-Eazy. “I just want you to make me move like it ain’t a choice for you, like you got a job to do,” Spears sings. “Just want you to raise my roof, something sensational. And make me ooh, ooh, ooh.”

Earlier this week, Spears featured parts of another new song, “Private Show,” in a commercial for her new fragrance of the same name.

“Make Me” is the first single Spears has released since “Pretty Girls” with Iggy Azalea last summer. Her last album was 2013’s Britney Jean, which included singles “Work Bitch” and “Perfume.” In November, she confirmed that she is working on her ninth studio album.

Click here to hear the new single.
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