future gear


Chex Mix?  Tex Mex??  No, crab mechs!

TOP:  http://futabalog.com/img/23133120
MIDDLE:  http://imgur.com/a/4kV6u
BOTTOM:  http://i.imgur.com/rpQZHh0.jpg

I love how the top crab has both reactive armor and spare bogey wheels–doesn’t that seem kind of redundant??

LGBT Characters In Animation

*crying tears of joy and saddness* *is a mankanshoku x gamagori shipper* *unable to hold the feels* *laughing over Shinsekai yori*

these are just some of my favourites, full list here :)

Normani NEEDS to be in IVY Park's next campaign
Six Feet Under House Part of The Future Man Story

New images from the set give fans a look at production

Production on Future Man geared up this week with shoots on the Sony Pictures lot, and on location around Los Angeles. One set is a home in the West Adams area of L.A., and it’s already familiar to audiences as the site of the Fisher & Sons Funeral Home from the HBO series Six Feet Under

On St. Patrick’s Day, while many Angelinos celebrated and relaxed, the cast and crew were hard at work all day and late into the night. Hutcherson and producer-writer-director Seth Rogen were both spotted on set. The stunt team was busy with shots that involved a character (potentially Hutcherson’s?) jumping out of the upper-story window of the famed former fake funeral home.

Other peeks behind the scenes show a large number of background actors portraying police officers and members of a motorcycle gang; there were also actors in 1960s period costume, similar to last year’s pilot episode shoot at Canter’s Deli. The plot of the show has Hutcherson traveling back in time in order to save the future.

(Image Credits: K.Compayre and T.Wong)
  • Kyosuke does his eye up like Raiden.
  • Miaya-bot turns into a cyborg ninja.
  • Kyosuke reveals he has a High Frequency Katana.

Well, uh… I can’t say that I expected Yu Narukami to fight Aigis in this murder mystery.

The World’s First Smart Electric Skates

These cool and innovative electric roller skates propel a wearer at up to 12 mph! Two sets of step-in footplates secure most types of footwear with strap bindings similar to those on snowboard boots, accommodating small and large feet. Supporting riders up to 250 lbs., each skate’s twin 6”-diam. wheels has a 55-watt motor integrated into its fiber-reinforced nylon frame. Tilting forward on the toes accelerates while tilting back on the heel gently brakes. The footplates also pivot down to put your foot in contact with the ground for walking or going upstairs. Each skate has a removable lithium-ion battery that provides up to 1 ½ hours of continuous power (up to a 6-mile/45 min. range), ideal for travel across a school campus, to a local cafe, or while roaming a neighborhood festival!

Available for purchase on Amazon