During my late teens, my interest in anime aimed for “mature audiences” grew with each title I would come across. From the stuff they were showing on the Sci-Fi channel during the early 2000’s to buying DVDs such as Elfen Lied, Berserk etc. that had what anyone of that age would be interested in, Gore, sex, violence the entire package. One title in particular I remember mainly because of its “hip” and “cool” approach to Vampires in the horror genre, featuring of course guns and violence. However this is the first adaptation of this particular story that has not aged particularly well and is plagued with some measure of faults while still being sufficiently entertaining, that would be Hellsing…The TV series.
Tricky and Stu tackle five whole Transformers news stories on this weeks Welcome to Kimia!
Stu and Tricky talking about Transformers news on Welcome to Kimia!
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Transformers news with Stu and Tricky on Welcome to Kimia!
Welcome to kimia on a Friday again?
Transformers news with Tricky and Stu.
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The theme of Time travel has always served as an interesting staple in the genre of Science Fiction, going back to a certain time and place to look at certain moments in history that were different back then in contrast to what is there now, but the possibility of changing those events to see what could change in the future is also a thought that is often scary at times to imagine. Time Travel in fiction has been used countless times from novels such as The Time Machine by H.G Wells to films like Back to the Future to take a deeper look at what happens and what the side effects are in Time travel. With Anime you have the works of Steins;Gate & Puella Magi Madoka Magica that manage to cover the basics of how Time travel works, then you have films like The Girl Who Leapt Through Time which focuses on the important notion in that “Time Waits for No One” and why you should not waste it.