Woah, hold up a sec. Some visitors to the site might not know what an anime con is, so here’s a quick, informative clip:
…tries to entice The Bishounen Killer while dancing & singing to DISTURBIA by Rhianna. Bancoran doesn’t seem amused but offers a body roll now and then.
Bet you wish you could be at A-Kon for moments like these in Steve Bennett’s hotel room.
Today’s update is a tale of true love. No, not that neurotypical normie bullshit where a guy and a girl bump into each other in public, go out on a date, and star in some wacky romantic comedy.
I’m talking about the kind of love you can only feel when you stare into the still, unblinking gaze of your loving waifu, the sultry under-aged Rinko-chan.
Folks, it is no secret that I love mai waifu Rinko as if she was my one and only waifu. However, despite being lovers, I am somewhat ashamed to admit that we have never went beyond skinship, occasionally leading to some intimate snuggling and kissing at best. Folks, you know me as pious and honourable person, which is why I mustered all the willpower and denseness from every male harem leads in existence to abstain from making love to mai waifu until our wedding night. Unfortunately, that day came a lot sooner than expected.
It’s the return of everyone’s favorite, the megapost! Every so often The Anime Reality goes in-depth and profiles people that we believe are the best of the anime ‘community’ for our readers. Today, I’d like to share the story of Lightning Sabre with you all.
With the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election in its early stages it’s important to know the stances. Who believes in not banning yaoi? When considering our anime values, only one candidate is up to par:
Crunchyroll is a site for real anime fans. For only $6.95 a month you can legally watch the latest adventures of Naruto and support anime worldwide.
It’s a great idea, matched only by what a terrible idea it was to give those same paying members their own forums. What sort of issues do Crunchyroll members like talking about? Well, the same things all of us worry about:
The CGA, or Comics, Gaming, and Anime Shows are a set of anime cons spanning the Deep South in America. They have shows for Tallahassee and Ft. Meyers planned, but do you know where their next show in 2 days will be? That’s right! The U.S. Army National Guard Armory! Who needs the USO when you have live music from bands like S.S. Hanami? Here’s one of their shows from last year:
Miku Hatsune’s hit the big time folks! Say konnichiwa to your new corporate master. ^_^