Monthly Archives: September 2003
This is the sky in Tokyo, right now.
Film festival time is coming up in Tokyo, and I still can’t understand why they put all the big film festivals in the same month (November) every year, which means that I can’t really afford to go to all of … Continue reading
I am all over the new Mark Robinson album, ORIGAMI AND URBANISM, and what a fitting title for this site. Get thee to the TeenBeat website and order this as fast as humanly possible. While you’re there, also order his … Continue reading
From Japan Today: “People who give their store a French name don’t worry about the meaning. All they care about is how it sounds.”? – Jean Dacher, head of the French department at Nova, on the current trend for many … Continue reading
An anime series based on the game GUNGRAVE is going to be making its debut on TV Tokyo October 6 at 25:30 (which is the Japanese way of indicating after midnight). So that’s what will be replacing LAST EXILE, which … Continue reading
Satoshi Kon’s MILLENNIUM ACTRESS is getting distributed in North America through a new Dreamworks label called Go Fish Pictures. They’ve just launched their site. And in other Satoshi Kon news (from AICN): “Satoshi Kon, whose anime movie work has included … Continue reading
Oh yeah, a new comic hero for our age. From Yahoo! News (click on the link for the whole article): “A newly published comic book depicting the bizarre life of North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-Il has proved a runaway … Continue reading