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Sunday, 5 June 2011

UPDATE

Hey guys sorry for the lack of updates recently! Again work is completely on top of me and i've not really had much time to myself! Anytime that i have to myself I've spent watching HE-MAN cartoons and XMEN EVOLUTION! I am soooo enjoying re-watching them! I'm fast running out of cartoons to wtach though! Can anyone recommend anything else to watch? Already gone through the AVATAR series a little while back - which is amazing - so won't be doing that again for a little while.

Here's something i picked up not too long ago which i think is amazing! Its a fantastic HE-MAN bust. Wasn't too pricey so i could actually afford it! And it makes for great reference.

Though the one i really wanted to get was the full body model. Man it looks sooo tough and impressive not to mention a bit expensive - though one i saw in the shop was slightly damaged - sigh.

So I'll post another update soon hopefully - I've already begun work on the next image - though it's too early to reveal anything its a definite childhood fantasy ;)

7 comments:

  1. The only He-Man action figure I have is the one I got from a McDonald's Happy Meal... a long time ago. It was actually pretty well-made too. And are you strictly only looking for cartoons to watch (and not anime)?

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  2. well the thing about anime is that i only tend to watch short series (60 epsiodes max) any more and i they just love my interest in being time fillers (Naruto/Bleach/OnePiece i'm sure they're great but no way). Cowboy Bepop length is just about right!

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  3. It's about the same for me. I like anime that have a set number of episodes and an actual ending. Are you only looking for shows with bara guys in 'em?

    This is a weird suggestion, but I remember watching "Totally Spies" a lot. They had quite a number of hot guys in it, especially in one episode titled "The Incredible Bulk". It had a lot of bodybuilders in that episode.

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  4. If you're up for an anime (sans bara guys, sadly), Umineko no Naku Koro Ni is a great one, that's also short.

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  5. I am not too into American Cartoons but a shorter anime series that I think is really good is Claymore and Berserk. Berserk has some Bara men in it but Claymore does not but it is still awesome! (no fillers for the most part) The dvd or bluray sets are pretty cheap now.
    I really want a Chirs Redfield figure from Re5 but the cheapest I found was $400! arggg!

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  6. If you're a DC fan at all, there's a ton to choose from: Batman Animated Series, Superman Animated Series, Batman Beyond, Justice League and Justice League Unlimited. That'll keep you busy for quite awhile!

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  7. One series I have watched recently is Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood. Most of the 64 episodes have been dubbed in english and it is really great for such a (in anime thinking)short show. It has a lot of well thought fictional content in it and has some exciting fights as well. There`s not that much Bara in it, but a guy from the army that always runs around shirtless and flexing. His face is pretty ridiculous though ;-)
    I`d recommend watching the first episodes of the old Fullmetal Alchemist show at first to get the detailed beginning. Back then the show wasn`t finished as a manga and started to go another way than the real story, that`s why FMA Brotherhood concluded with the real story, but they shortened the beginning since everyone knew about it from the real show. But that should only take you about 5 - 10 episodes before you can change to the new series. I`d recommend this one, it entertained me from the beginning to the end just like AVATAR did!

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