Once in a while there comes a production in the anime genre made to stand out from so many other titles, one that spends so much of its time and money as well as the work of the staff involved to aim for high quality and give something special to the audience. But there is also a production that harkens back to what Anime used to be from an early period when the animation was done by hand and when the expressions, movements of the character and the emotions were clear and present. Seeing how much passion can be displayed in certain works gives you a strong idea of how much went into it, regardless of how it might do financially there is something worth investing in that will no doubt give you entertainment but also heart-pounding excitement, that’s what Redline is.
Another week and another Welcome to Kimia filled to the brim with Transformers news!
Sami's at it again! Heading into the Transformers line once more. Looking at the Generations line (most notably the Universe line) where we see a re-update of the hologram making, planet earth loving Autobot who wants to be a human...Hound! Also featuring Ravage who ditched Soundwave for unspecified reasons.
Check out the gallery here!
If you like the worlds of TableTop gaming, or RPGs, Jump This Way!
TRANSFORMERS NEWS! With Stu and Tricky!
It's the first Kimia of 2018!
Tricky, Stu and some Transformers news!
Adam and George attemot a quick turnaround episode...and fail. The audio quality of this show has been Catted and has been fixed as best as possible. Check out The Fluffenhammer Facebook group if you want to get in on the Fluffies Awards
The last Kimia before Christmas is here!!
What Transformers news will Santa Prime bring Stu and Tricky?
Satoshi Kon really was a great filmmaker that sadly left us before he had a chance to properly build his career in the Anime Industry, despite having made memorable films such as Perfect Blue & Millennium Actress as well as having some involvement in other works such as Roujin Z & Katsuhiro Otomo’s Memories in the 90’s, Satoshi Kon’s filmography is rather small. As a director he was better known for his realistic style of look for characters as well as often experimenting with surreal and very unusual imagery in his later works, one film however stands out from that. It’s not a fantasy and there’s only very minimal surrealistic imagery, it’s a story about humanity but also about family, redemption, the act of human kindness. Apart from that however, it’s also a Christmas Film.