Anime Review: Nerima Daikon Brothers

according to wikipedia

The trio lives on a stage constructed in Hideki’s daikon patch in the Nerima ward of Tokyo. They dream of building a concert dome on the site and performing their musical act to sold-out crowds. They must avoid both an overzealous policewoman who has caught on to their money-making schemes and the desires of powerful people who want to take over the daikon field. The characters are aided in their adventures by the show’s director, Shinichi Watanabe, who injects himself (in the form of his Nabeshin character from Excel Saga) into the story as a rental shop owner.

I have to admit Nerima Daikon Brothers is without a doubt one of the most unique series that you will ever see. Everything is more than it appears to be like the panda that is always popping up wanting some diakon. Who actually turns up to be a hero in a episode or 2.

You will absolutely laugh your ass off at the over the top action for example in one episode where they take out the villian with a rocket powered butt plug, and that is one of the more milder series takedowns, or stealing from crooked cops and only getting away because the honest cops show up, making a grab for all that money themselves.

Although the series is out of print, it is possible to find the series on YouTube

It never hurts to check out something new.

Furversion issue 11 Review and Download

The Furverted info page by Krim Granger

It simply talks about upcoming cons, left over copies and how to submit works to Furversion

The Furry Party page appears to be a notification page for upcoming furry parties

Furry Forum by Tanith Tyrr

Tanith Tyrr basically gets in to why the furry fandom and shaminism are one in the same.

Cats and the Cradle by Paul Mantz

It starts when a child disappears from the airport. Before it soon gets in to terrorism, govt secrets, and spies. It seems the more you read the deeper the story goes. Unfornitly if a give out the plot I would have the write out the story as it goes everywhere and does everything. Well worth a read.

Tatiena by Robert C. Lai

Is a story of a female Tanya Starfleet Officer investigating a planetside facility, and gets involved in a recreation of a WW1 Dogfight. When it appears they are going to have sex…the story ends.

Nighfighters by David D. White

Puts you in the middle of war being fought between Shiryo, whose inhanitants are tree squirrels and Shiryo whose inhabitants evolved from rodents. This flight crew is for most of the story between missions so they are taking a break at the Officer’s club for a drink and tell stories of their life there. I find it a really good take on what can be an often repeated plot point. Unfornity the story ends with “To Be Continued”.

Furry Data Files by Steve Corbett
Subject: Zebra Team
Item: Character Histories

Seem to be an overall history on characters for prehaps a story that lay in another issue?

Seeker’s Quest episode two: Weep for Muralk by Chuck Melville

Tells a tale of this woman telling of a place called Murwalk that was seemly destroyed just as things get interest 2 literally drop in and one character called the seeker. Beyond that is nothing, except a ‘To Be Continued’.

Clean Getaway by Maxx “88”

2 women making an escape battle and moster and strip it of it’s parts. I just don’t get it.

The art is sometimes NSFW but is great, so many different style and takes on the anthro form.

Overall well worth a download.

You can both view and download Furversion 11 here

Flayrah and Sonious

I think anyone would go through SHOCK, FEAR and OUTRAGE when you know a site is nailing your hide to the wall and you really can’t understand why. Then something hit me on my way home from work yesterday…how dumb this really is. Think about it, the 4 videos, the post and the 100+ comments over just 1 comment that I did not allow. I really found myself laughing out loud.

It is really the silliest thing I ever saw and I have seen some really dumb stuff in my life.

Let me answer his criticisms

Why do I limit comments?

One word SPAM originally, now include trolls. Honestly I get so few comments that aren’t done by bots. It makes more sense to me to approve everything. Besides they are just comments, not the bill of rights.

Why the limit on how long you can actually post a comment?
For the very same reason as above, for 2 years I opened my blog to anyone who wanted to make a comment. Everyday I would find myself deleting spam once I went beyond 50 in one day that is when I imposed the limit.

By limiting comments do I limit FREE SPEECH?
There is a fine line between free speech and hate and I do my best to weed out the hate. Over the years I have gotten some really insane comments. So basically I allow comments that are positive, have a valid counter view, or add to the discussion. Insulting me, this site or any author who I can beg to post something here will not be approved. In other words hate is a no, disagree post someone where on social media I could use the views.

So why was Perri Prinz’s article changed?
A question no one has asked me or Perri Prinz. I had permission of the author, and I got messages and I want to make this very clear (2) TWO people, 1+1=2. One was a friend of the author who didn’t not want their name mentioned, and later the author agreed. The other a mod, a person who actually ID’ed themselves as a mod for flayrah threatened me with a C&D if I didn’t take Flayrah’s name off of the article. What choice did I have.

Besides how many of you have posted a comment somewhere and frankly not even thought twice about it later. I would very much doubt if any of you can remember the 2nd to last comment you ever made. I can’t I doubt if anyone reading this can. It’s just something we throw at someone and hopes it sticks.

Not this Sonious it seems they never can let anything go. I found his YouTube channel yesterday, and checked out a couple of the vids. All I saw was someone who has a really difficult time letting things go. Meanwhile while watching these, I thought that this person must be a nightmare to be one of their neighbors. One of those neighbor’s from Hell.