The Animal Crossing franchise is something that I hold dear to my heart because of the fun I had with my brothers back when the original on the Gamecube came out. New Leaf brings much of the same old stuff but with PLENTY new additions. Let’s begin with the review.
One day, dear reader, you might be a parent and you might worry that your kid is exposed to too much violence. Then you’ll remember that you once watched the Kick-Ass movies and somehow wound up fine…hopefully. Yes, the hyper-violent quick-witted first film delighted audiences with its clean-cut fight choreography, imaginative twists and turns, fearless fun and (sometimes) shocking attitude. The big question then was could audience get behind a sequel based on the second comic? Could it retain all the charm and harshness of the first one? Would it still be as good without Nick Cage?
Let’s take a look at Kick-Ass 2.
I’m a big fan of many French composers, and Claude Debussy is no exception. Google honored the French Impressionist musician with one of their many “Google Doodles” for his 151st birthday. The doodle features one of his most famous pieces, “Clair de lune.” Watch the doodle below. However, my favorite doodle to date is still the 30th Anniversary of PAC-MAN.
Riot Games, creators of the popular MOBA game League of Legends, recently announced new “Pool Party” skins for the champions Graves, Lee Sin, Leona, and Renekton in celebration of the summer season. The original “Pool Party” skin belongs to the champion Ziggs, who happens to be my favorite champion. As a clever way to introduce the new skins, Riot has Ziggs throwing a pool party.
Check out the splash art for the new skins below. I love all the cameos in each splash art.
Well, now it’s official: I’ve tried every single comic series Valiant comics produces. Though Archer & Armstrong didn’t initially appeal to me in concept, I decided to give it a chance with Issue #0. That one issue alone blew me away and this series has quickly climbed towards the top of my reading pile. Month after month, the title succeeds in something few comics can: actually making me laugh. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at the latest installment in the series, Archer & Armstrong #12.
Dear 2NE1, when I said I hope you don’t wait too long for your next single, I didn’t mean you should release a new one after only a month had gone by. With this sudden re-emergence of 2NE1, some important questions arise. Is YG worried about their longevity? Did they have both songs on the back burner? Are they desperate to follow up their last single, or to bury this one as fast as they can? We’re here to find out.
Let’s take a listen to Do You Love Me.