Took care of packing away all of the Christmas decorations in one go. While it wasn't the most delightful activity to do (obviously putting the stuff up is much more fun), it definitely knocked out a big "to-do" item on my list.
This is such a fun, silly, humorous, and beautifully animated musical/fantasy movie based on A Midsummer Night's Dream, and yet it got pulverized by the critics to the point where it didn't even get a Blue-ray adaptation, only DVD. Meanwhile, it features plenty of well-recognized songs and it's refreshing and delightful to watch. It'll make you laugh and smile if you give it a chance, trust me. It's an overall fun, silly, and goofy movie that doesn't take itself too seriously and that's where it's just plain enjoyable.
Hey there, name's NeoEmolga! I've been into Pokémon since I was 17 and I don't see myself detoxing anytime soon.
My Pokémon comic, Team Buckshot, is relatively new. Concept art and outline drafting started back in July of this year. It's a dark and gritty mashup of what you'd get if you mixed Pokémon with the kind of gritty, post-apocalyptic style genre stuff you see in other franchises like Fallout, Borderlands, Max Max, and stuff like that. I have yet to see another Pokémon comic do this (if there has, I'd be interested in checking that out!), so I figured hey, it's a cool niche to work with and gives a good opportunity for this action junkie to go buck wild. Not to mention the three main characters are Pokémon species that you almost never get to see portrayed in a badass fashion. So if you ever wanted to see a Lopunny, a Bellossom, and a Cinccino go full badass, follow me down this dark rabbit hole right here!
I was just starting it on Smack Jeeves and then bam, the whole site goes and becomes a zombie. I was one of those that was hoping "hey, maybe it won't be as bad as everyone thinks, relax" but it was much worse. Here, the templates are awesome and I had a heck of a lot of fun working on the one for Team Buckshot.