Come over to Fanservice FTW's Youtube Channel where I review Revoltech's Getter Robo Arc (Ah). Be in for a blast as a jaded mecha fanboy revels in this new figure.
Being a fan of the classics line, I was excited to see that Seaspray was getting the 'classics' treatment. A couple of the mini-bots have received upgrades in the form of newer toys in recent years. A couple of these mini-bots have been given large bodies fitting with their alt modes. Powerglide got a large and in charge body and Seaspray was no exception. Being in the ambiguous Transformers 2010 line, there were at first doubts about Seaspray even being a G1 re-imagining. Rest assured Hasbro has declared this to be the same gargle sounding guy from the original cartoon series.
I have had either the privilege or horror to watch White Album. Based on the visual novel of the same name, this anime is a faithful adaptation of series in style and plot. Having had it recommended to me and watching the first episode a year or so ago, I decided to pick it up again to give it a shot. After watching White Album, I have mixed feelings about the show, mostly coming from my bowels. White Album is a pseudo-harem drama that transcends the genre by making the main character, Touya Fujii, and half of the cast into human failures.
When watching a movie, there comes a point where you feel as though you know already what to expect. You've seen the bottom of the rabbit hole, as it were. The gimmicks have already been played out, the plot has presented a predictable climax, and continuing to watch the movie seems a bit futile -- you've seen all there is to see from this movie.