Archive for January, 2010
About the Author section is now up! Will you find out anything new or will it be business as usual and lacking on details? Perhaps it’ll be the former but more than likely it will not be the former. Enjoy what’s there anyway!
I sold my Xbox 360 after only a year of ownership and amassing a collection of 15 games. To Gamestop went my Xbox 360 and my 15 games were eBay’d. I loved my first HD console from day 1 and frequently played on it, but recently we’ve drifted apart for a few reasons. The RRoD which is endemic of the Xbox 360 console has an official rate of failure of 54% to which Microsoft responds that they have the ‘best warranty’ in the industry, unnerving indeed. A month or two ago my Xbox 360 began to exhibit dvd-rom drive errors, it would consistently fail to detect games loaded in the disc drive often times requiring a reboot to fix. Sony’s redesigned PS3 Slim caught my eye several months ago when it was still a burgeoning rumor floating on the internet. When it was released I decided I would eventually buy one for the superior quality, slim-form design, and the blu-ray drive. Finally, the fact that the Mass Effect sequel would also be on the PC clinched my decision t0 sell. Bye bye Xbox 360!
Vikings 34 – Dallas 3
Tony Romo (#9) and the Dallas Cowboys were eliminated from further playoff contention after today’s thorough beating at the hands of Brett Favre (#4) and the Minnesota Vikings. The Dallas offensive line had a tough time with the Vikings pass rush, and these pictures illustrate that point by Tony Romo being rushed and hit throughout the game. To all you Tony Romo fans out there I suggest you follow this link for comfort of course.
The reader may be pleased to know that the About page for this blog has finally received an update. It having displayed the message ‘text.’ as a placeholder for a few weeks now didn’t sit well with me so an update was due. What’s a Pantsu-Bat? and What’s the Blog about? were covered in this update, for next time About the author.
Hello one and all, I have posted 60+ comics from my Inu Series web comic. A few background details: I worked on the comic on and off from 2003 to 2007, it’s a parody of the anime Inuyasha which is very loosely related to its world and characters, the only thing they really share are the names.
As the reader may take notice the web comic evolved from everyday stick figures with barely discernible characteristics to more detailed anime-esque clothed people. I didn’t work on the web comic on a daily nor weekly basis which is why it took so long to get new comics posted, with time I became more skilled or at least focused on little details and the web comic evolved. What I would do is release a batch of them at a time, in all there were four of these batches. Incase you’re wondering why it took so long to release 60+ comics that would be because it was a small hobby and also I worked on other web comics, those will be posted later to this blog. Anyway, that’s all for now.