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    1. Your Waifu

      Your Waifu

      Lit, fam. Seriously though, great song man!

  2. Hey, other than porn, does anyone know a good way to ease crippling loneliness?

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    2. Shiba Isshin

      Shiba Isshin

      dont we all already do that?

    3. Your Waifu

      Your Waifu

      @Molestia Yes, yes I am. I certainly wouldn't feel too lonely after making a porno.

    4. Shiba Isshin

      Shiba Isshin

      with your luck it'll still be a solo movie..lol

  3. Well, there's Bassie, Miller, Satchmo, and the king of all Sir Duke...

  4. Fighting games are great.

  5. HavocReaper

    Anyone want this?

    Oh, and I might post other projects I don't need in here, so keep a look out
  6. ib - Instant Bullet By Aka Akasaka Synopsis: "Everything in this world is my enemy. This kind of world is worthless." A boy who is called a human with a demon heart breathes, lives, and imagines. But what is the pounding inside of his heart when he's told he will save the world? That's not his wish, however... http://www.mangahere.co/manga/ib_instant_bullet/ Why (I think) you should read it: I'll be frank here. Between my suggestion and a bunch of other people who either say it's a great piece of storytelling vs. others who say it's pretty crappy, there's little leeway in trying to tell you why I thought it was good. That, and I'd rather not spoil anything crucial to the plot. Let me explain. Aka Akasaka, the little known artist and creator of the vocaloid character IA (pictured below) debuted in manga with this piece. The art is seemingly worse without the coloring job he's put into IA's character design, and doesn't seem to go in well with the typical black and white fashion of manga... I would do terrible, terrible things to her. ... At first. It takes a moment to get acquainted with it, but it's certainly not the worst, or, in hindsight, even a bad art style. It's just not as sharply drawn as your conventional stuff. And, while admittedly it throws you off for a bit, I myself having trouble staying focused in the first few chapters, it ends up being a trademark of this piece. Now, having addressed the art style, I'll go in a bit of detail about the story. No worries here, folks. No spoilers in these areas. The story here is the reason why I'm recommending this. I'm gonna do you the favor of telling you the worst parts about it, the things that really made it hard for me to read at times, and you can decide on whether or not you want to stick around for the good. The bad: The plot starts out like your typical shonen action. It's Christmas. There's a boy here, Kuro Fukase, all alone and competing for the "edgiest character of the year" award. He hates himself. That much is established. It goes on to explain how his social life is dying if not already dead. More edginess ensues. Then shit hits the fan and some destructive thing is happening. Everyone is screaming, except one manic pixie girl who instead decides to chase the cause of it down and fight it. In short, the beginning comes off as... really god damn simple. The progression afterwards feels a bit slow in that regard, and admittedly, a lot of people drop it because of that. But then it gets good. This is kinda irrelevant... I just really wanted to post this somewhere. Y'see, I think the problem with this story is that it's start up is slow. And, in today's age of everything being instant, you don't have very many times where you sit down and go through something in its entirety. If it's bad, you toss it aside, if ya like it, keep muscling through it all. Instant Bullet happens to distance itself from that formula. I remember having to take a quick hiatus and wait until school was out before I actually took the time to sit down and read all of it. And... well, Jesus Christ. Without spoiling too much, I'll simply say it like this: You ever read/watch something, anything, whether it be a book, movie, video game, etc, that made you stand up for a moment, stop watching/reading it, and just walk around to rid yourself of the emotions and feelings coursing through your body at that given time? I did, and if you couldn't have guessed by now it was while I was reading this. I also did this for other really good works of art(because just calling them comics or manga doesn't do it justice) like Molester Man, Onani Master Kurosawa, etc. Admittedly, I might make a recommendation for these ones too, considering the fact that I'm still going through withdrawal over the latter one. That's another thing: A great piece of work, once you finish it, leaves you standing there, in awe, satisfied, but not. Kind of like the end of Cowboy Bepop, and Evangelion, where you watch the ending, and although it feel finished, it makes you aware that the world is still moving without them. Though I suppose those withdrawal symptoms are a lot less emphasized in this one. I'm not saying it concludes badly, but if you read it(or just skip to the end) you'll understand what I mean. I hate to admit it now, but much of what I said doesn't even begin to scrape the surface of what I experienced reading this. It was a fun ride, and I don't know how else to explain it. I'll just try and do it like this, though. This story is one about hate. A nostalgic hate. The type of self loathing you experienced if you were a kid who was left out, who nobody wanted to hang out with, and everyone pretty much bullied. This is a story about holding that hatred inside of you, keeping it locked away and pretending to move on despite the fact that you're still broken somewhere. And, in time, you grow up. You make friends. You get better -and in turn happier. But you're still the same kid from back then. This is a coming of age story that isn't afraid to delve into that dark part of yourself that you've locked away long ago. This is that kind of story. So, whether or not you just looked at the cover, or hell, even read all of what I wrote, I'd like to thank you for just clicking on the recommendation. I'd also be really thrilled if you read the story, too. It's some top notch stuff. Here's a picture.
  7. HavocReaper

    Anyone want this?

    Uhm... I tried to make a banner/signature and I kinda forgot what I was meaning to do with it. In any case, if you wanna use this or something, it's up for grabs.
  8. In other news. I am still alive (y)


    1. Kaz


      Glad to hear you are still among the living (y)

  9. Merry Christmas for those of you who have it

  10. Back from my hiatus!

    1. Rash ラシュ

      Rash ラシュ

      Weren't you already back?

    2. HavocReaper


      I took another hiatus!

    3. Kumo


      In other words, he will be here a few days each month to post a bit.

  11. Volume 3 Cover Hitoribocchi no Chikyuu Shinryaku (lit. Lonely Alien) by Ogawa Maiko Synopsis Kouichi has looked forward to becoming a high schooler for one reason: to help continue his grandfather's coffee shop. But on the first day of school, a strange girl wearing an eerie mask tells him that she has come to take his life. She tells him that the heart beating within his chest is her own, and that she is an alien invader who has come to take over the world. Just wanted to know if anyone's reading this other this me. I'm a huge fan of it, and I don't really see very many people talking about it. Anyway, here's the link. http://www.mangahere...kyuu_shinryaku/Also, because I have nothing better to do with my time, I made a few reasons why you should read it. You don't have to read this, of course, but I just needed to vent. Reasons to Read
  12. Best reviewer, in my heart, will always be Demolition D.