the psychic wars

Aesthetically Pleasing Anime Movies

The mentions below are a combination of beautiful visuals animation movies that had captured an immediate attention due to its fresh and appealing color choices and drawing-styles; yet, still intrigued the audience with a unique plot. Before you check out the list, keep in mind that I did not forget any of Studio Ghibli productions. I think every project in Ghibli is so special that I feel I need to make a separate post, don’t you agree? Plus, I want to give a shout-out to other animes. Some are extremely underrated and need much more love and appreciation!  ❤️  this and enjoy~ 

Hirune Hime: Shiranai Watashi no Monogatari /  Ancien and the Magic Tablet (2017)

Digimon Adventure tri. 4: Soushitsu / Digimon Adventure tri. Loss (2017)

Uchiage Hanabi, Shita kara Miru ka? Yoko kara Miru ka? / Fireworks, Should We See it from the Side or the Bottom? (2017)

Zutto Mae kara Suki deshita.: Kokuhaku Jikkou Iinkai / I’ve Always Liked You (2016)

Koe no Katachi /  A Silent Voice (2016)

Kono Sekai no Katasumi ni /  In This Corner of the World (2016)

Kimi no Na wa /  Your Name (2016)

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Hana to Alice: Satsujin Jiken / The Case of Hana & Alice (2015)  

Kokoro ga Sakebitagatterunda / Anthem of the Heart (2015)

Sarusuberi: Miss Hokusai (2015)

Giovanni no Shima / Giovanni’s Island (2014)

Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha / Inari, Konkon, ABCs of Love (2014)

Tamako Love Story (2014)

Kotonoha no Niwa /  The Garden of Words (2013)

Buki yo Saraba / A Farewell to Arms (2013)

Hal (2013)

Kaguya-hime no Monogatari / The Tale of the Princess Kaguya (2013)

Ookami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki / Wolf Children (2012)

Nerawareta Gakuen /  Psychic School Wars (2012)

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Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai / Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day (2011)

Hotarubi no Mori e /  Into the Forest of Fireflies’ Light (2011)

Hoshi wo Ou Kodomo / Children Who Chase Lost Voices (2011)

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Momo e no Tegami / A Letter to Momo (2011)

“Bungaku Shoujo” Movie / Book Girl, Literature Girl (2010)

Summer Wars (2009)

Byousoku 5 Centimeter /  5 Centimeters Per Second (2007)

Paprika (2006)

Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo /  The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (2006)

Tekkon Kinkreet (2006)

Bonus: A 15 one-minute shorts created by various people from Japan’s animation industry. Be prepared to indulge in 3 seasons of masterworks. 

Ani*Kuri15 (2007)

Fan. D’oh. Metrics.

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  • (Music) Fans across the globe mourned the loss of Chris Cornell (No. 6). His music left a lasting impression on so many, and he will be incredibly missed.
  • (Web Stuff) Oh, man. Car Boys, a game-streaming show from Polygon, debuts at No. 5.
  • (Video Games) The debuts of Destiny 2 (No. 20) and Injustice 2 (No. 13) gives our Video Games list some fresh blood.
  • (Anime & Manga) K, a show that follows a boy caught in a psychic war, debuts at No. 4. K!

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An illustration I’ve been chipping away at based on Blue Oyster Cult’s Veteran of the Psychic Wars. I love that song and I keep trying to get a design for the character. This isn’t right but I like it anyways. There was also a VERY blacklight version of this but I thought this looked more on point with flatter more muted comic book-y colours.

  • Psychic: *reads my mind*
  • My mind: The connection and separation between Rogue One and the Star Wars trilogies is so well represented in both the music changing right as it's about to complete each of the classic tunes, as well as the scene in which K-2SO starts to say "I've got a bad feeling about this," but is cut off by Jyn saying "be quiet." I love that they added subtleties like these to get the message across.
  • Psychic: what the fuck
INFINITY WAR TRAILER
  • psychic: *reads my mind*
  • me internally: INFINITY WAR TRAILER CRISP RATTT INFINITY WAR TRAILER INFINITY WAR TRAILER BUCKY INFINITY WAR TRAILER INFINITY WAR TRAILER INFINITY WAR TRAILER INFINITY WAR TRAILER INFINITY WAR TRAILER CAP INFINITY WAR TRAILER INFINITY WAR TRAILER INFINITY WAR TRAILER HOLY FUCK INFINITY WAR TRAILER INFINITY WAR TRAILER T'CHALLA INFINITY WAR TRAILER INFINITY WAR TRAILER INFINITY WAR TRAILER GUARDIANS OF THE FUCKING GALAXY INFINITY WAR TRAILER INFINITY WAR TRAILER
  • psychic: ok what the fuck

Chapter Twenty-Eight

A Conflicted New Home

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Ship: Kylo Ren x Reader

Rating: M

Today was the day.

The entire resistance base was full of jovial commotion in preparation for the return of Master Luke and his newest apprentice. You huffed, wrapping your arms around your abdomen as you continued to walk across the base to your office, watching people animatedly conversing with one another. 

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I was blown away by Neil Blomkamp’s incredible new short film: Firebase; a bind bending sci-fi tale set during the Vietnam War. It was so different I couldn’t resist making a piece of fan art of it!

For those not in the know, director Neil Blomkamp (District 9, Elysium) started his own independent film studio called Oats Studio; and their aim is to make awesome, mind-bending original short films based on some of Blomkamp’s unused film ideas or concepts. Firebase is their second film after Rakka and I recommend you check them out but BE WARNED, they are intense, and not for the squeamish!

Star Wars Fictober - 24 Forgiven

Kallus found the Jedi kneeling at the edge of the clearing. He’d been looking for Jarrus, but now he hesitated to approach. There was something about his stillness which reminded Kallus uncomfortably of the Inquisitor. Both men had the same disconcerting trick of looking through people. That was the last thing Kallus needed right now.

“Is there something I can help you with, Agent Kallus?” Jarrus asked without turning around.

Well, there was no backing out now. Kallus strode forward as if he’d never hesitated at all. Jarrus made no move to rise, so Kallus knelt down beside him. “It’s Captain Kallus, actually.” It may seem pedantic, but it was an important distinction. Agent Kallus had done terrible things in the Empire’s name. Captain Kallus was trying to do better.

Jarrus accepted the correction with a nod. “Captain Kallus—” he turned to face him with his eery, opaque eyes— “same question.”

“I tortured you.”

“Thanks for the reminder,” Jarrus said with a sardonic half-smile.

“I need to know if we can work together despite our…history.”

Jarrus raised an eyebrow. “You making the rounds?”

Kallus nodded before he remembered the other man couldn’t see. There were plenty of people here he had wronged. He’d made his peace with Zeb back on the moon and had spoken with Synudalla shortly after their arrival on Yavin IV. Everyone had forgiven him easily enough, but he suspected it would be more complicated with Jarrus. “I understand if you’re uncomfortable—”

Jarrus cut him off with a raised hand. “We can work together, but it’s not my forgiveness you need.”

No, Kallus supposed it wasn’t. He had hurt so many people, directly and indirectly. “I thought I was doing the right thing.”

“Did you really?”

“I told myself I did.” At one point he actually had. In the aftermath of the Clone Wars, the galaxy had been in turmoil and Kallus had been proud to do his part to restore order.  But order never came, just increasingly brutal tactics. He wasn’t sure when he’d stopped believing the party line. Certainly by his little heart-to-heart on the moon, but doubt had begun to creep in as far back as Lasan. He’d known then that something was wrong, but he’d kept going and who knew how many had died as a result. He closed his eyes and bowed his head.  “The dead wont forgive me.”

Jarrus shook his head. “You misunderstood me.” He clapped a hand on Kallus’s shoulder. “It took you awhile, but you made the decision to change. Don’t let your guilt hold you back.” Jarrus levered himself up. “You need to forgive yourself,” he said, and left Kallus with his thoughts.

Forgive himself. He shook his head. He’d known that Jarrus was going to be difficult. There was a reason no one liked the Jedi.