Ughh I feel shitty this week and most of my precious, precious gaming and tumblr time has evaporated. On the plus side, I finally gave Sleepy Hollow and Welcome to Night Vale a try and I like them so far. Plus I’ve been watching buttloads of Space Brothers (an anime about astronauts) because it’s pretty great.
So yeah, not dead, just busy and tired.
Oh and also Pokemon!! soon, hurray
It’s finally here, folks. Since the first time Sterling Archer told Lana Kane to “Call Kenny Loggins” we’ve all pretty much been begging for an Archer-ized version of the spirit guide of all music videos and didn’t even know it. And now our friends at FX and Floyd County have been excellent enough to give us the exclusive first look at the Archer Universe’s version of the “Danger Zone” video from Top Gun just as they’ve put the finishing touches on it. The world is sure to be a better place now that this exists.
The animated remake to end all animated music video remakes is a special treat for those lucky enough to be attending the Archer panel at New York Comic Con this weekend. I honestly can’t think of a better crowd-pleaser for die hard fans of all things ISIS, so let’s get to watching before I spoil it all… (source: Uproxx)
OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD
Welp, my life is now complete.
If you don’t know Jero, you’re up for a treat!
Presenting the first black enka singer in Japanese music history. He pursued as a career as an enka singer in loving memory of his Japanese grandmother, who introduced him to enka when he would sing it to her as a child. Unfortunately she died before she really got to see him make it big, but as a result he nearly single-handed revitalized enka as a popular trend for the modern generation with his dissonant hip-hop look, while also winning over the loyalty of the older generation with his talent and class.
In short, he’s pretty great.
this dude rules