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News Mayuri Yamamoto's Reset Horror Manga Gets TV Drama
posted on 2008-11-14 23:57 EST
The Reset anthology manga by horror manga creator Mayuri Yamamoto (Hontō ni Atta Kowai Hanashi, Reinōsha) will get a live-action television drama series in Japan next January. Each episode will follow a different person as he or she deals with an ultimate choice. Naoki Tanaka of the comedy duo Cocorico will star as a "time guide" who visits each episode's main character as he or she chooses whether to reset their lives at a time of crisis.
Source: Sports Hochi
This week, the French Revolution is finally upon us! But in the meantime, here are some cats, some ceramic pots, and people who are forced to eat against their will.
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- Everyday Tales of a Cat God
- Rose of Versailles pt 2
Mike wonders aloud about what happened to all that ADV Films stuff that never made the jump from VHS to DVD. 2013-06-16
Dirty old men are a dime a dozen in anime, but at some point, an unspoken rule was established that the level of perversion is greater than or equal to grandpa's fighting prowess. 2013-06-15
The Last of Us is about the thick skin we've built for ourselves and, underneath that, the places where we secret our hurt.
Underneath all the explosive polygons and proper nouns, Remember Me is a game that has no idea what it's actually about.
The ending of Jormungand has something important to say ... but never figures out the actual message.
Sunny is an interesting glimpse into the lives of children who feel that the world has forsaken them and how they manage to cope with the help of an old car and a little imagination.
Ultimately Missions of Love still reads like a sexy book for middle schoolers. Yukina is far from a likeable heroine, neither Shigure nor Akira come off as particularly desirable male leads, and the less savory elements of the story detract from its romance components.
Dengeki Daisy began as a romance with some computer crimes thrown in and has morphed into an action story with some romance thrown in. What remains true, however, is that Kyousuke Motomi has created an interesting, fun story with memorable characters who do their best, whether it's for good or ill.
While other retellings of Train Man focus on the social misfit trying to win over the beautiful woman, this one tilts the viewpoint so that young female readers can see the social misfit as a love interest as well.