Only the Japanese would combine Ray Charles’ “I Can’t Stop Loving You” with the cataclysmic city-destroying murderous rampage of a girlfriend-robot.
I’m not playing games, I just watch when the kids are playing; and they don’t play Nier: Automata. So why am I mentioning it here? Well, I just cannot NOT write about it. It would be like not writing about Cowboy Bebop, or the Metropolis Anime. It would feel wrong and I would wake up in the middle of the night and think, damn, I haven’t written about Nier:Automata yet.
said the young man. “They’re even more expensive and useless than the subsidies for renewables. I’d get rid of them completely.”
While Ramen instant noodles damage women, men are largely oblivious to their poisonous nature. The reason is unknown. No joke! I got sources:
I recently linked to a video talking about One Punch Man, the Japanese superhero parody. But, at that time I had forgotten where to find the original video that first explained One Punch Man to me. I rediscovered it now.
If you are as bored as me by American Superhero productions, One Punch Man comes in handy as the ultimate parody.
Short synopsis: A Japanese man who just got fired comes across a butt-ugly boy threatened by a giant Crab Man. He defends the boy, killing crab-man in a ridiculously violent way.
He then decides to become a superhero. After minor efforts he loses all his hair and develops the superpower of killing every monster with one punch. He also loses all emotion. Fighting is no challenge for him and he becomes a complete nihilist.
Well, here’s more.
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while wearing Disco clothes; in the upcoming PS4 video game Gravity Daze 2, also, some great New Orleans type Jazz in this video (and probably in the game, obviously) about from 3:20 on.