Anime described in 6 words or less

Blue Exorcist: Satan’s son wants to kill him

Fairy Tail: Hot people with magic

Naruto: Ninjas with superpowers

Soul Eater: Weapons turn into people

Yuri on Ice: Gay ice skaters

My Hero Academia: Superheroes in training

RWBY: All weapons are also guns

Full Metal Alchemist: Two alchemists that are part metal

Attack on Titan: Man-Eating giants

Your Lie on April: Angsty music performers

Future Diary: Fortune-teller death match

Nanatsu no Taizai: OP magical knights

The Promised Neverland: Children try to escape *orphanage*

Fruit’s Basket: Some people turn into animals

Black Clover: Main character always wins

Gintama: Anything can happen

Owari no Seraph: Everyone’s gay

Sword Art Online: Kirito has a harem

Kill La Kill: Where’s Ruko’s blade

Hunter x Hunter: Where is Gon’s dad

Log Horizon: Sword Art Online with no harem

A cartoon Mark Zuckerberg toured hurricane-struck Puerto Rico in virtual reality

  • Mark Zuckerberg put on an Oculus Rift and used Facebook’s new virtual reality platform, Facebook Spaces, to transport himself to Puerto Rico, the Moon, and his house. 
  • He broadcast the moment live on Facebook in what turned out to be a rather strange demo of a social platform that doesn’t have a clear use yet. 
  • In particular, Zuckerberg’s choice of locations emphasized just how odd it’ll be to watch other people in any sort of serious situation in virtual reality. Read more

Now there’s absolutely nothing for you to worry about. Tell me, has anyone ever believed you when you told them not to worry? Well, my philosophy is that worrying means you suffer twice. 

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) dir. David Yates