It has been long… too long. I am alive and well though, and still working hard with everyone else at Senpai Magazine.
We have decided to change things a little bit. The Goal of Senpai Magazine was to share our interests with others as much as possible. Right now, we feel this goal can be best reached by making as much free content as possible.
Right now we are putting out a FREE newsletter called “Chibi Senpai.” Basically, it is our magazine in a very condensed format, delivered regularly to your inbox at absolutely no charge.
Additional details are here: http://senpaimagazine.com/chibi-senpai.php
So what have I been up to lately? Well, still cannot fully grasp Tumblr… It just seems like a collection of very messy blogs. I’ve also been playing a lot of Warframe… too much really. Read more…
Warning: Political Rant – Sorry guys, but I really need to vent
I apologize again. After the election, I’m sure all of you are absolutely sick with the politics. I’m right there with you, believe me.
However, a few things lately have hit a nerve. Read more…
Happy October everyone!
The leaves have hit the ground, Starbucks is offering the Pumpkin Latte, and I have a stack of my favorite (and not so favorite) horror movies all set to marathon from now until Halloween. I can’t wait to celebrate the best holiday of the year, and am starting this season off right with a highly underrated title: A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge!
In fact, ANOES2 is actually my favorite of the sequels. This may come as a surprise to some since it is considered by many fans to be the “black sheep” of the Nightmare movies. It does not add anything of canonical significance to the series (they say… I disagree, more on that later) as part 3 follows part 1 pretty well. If one were to skip part 2, nothing important to the overall story would be missed, since it is very much like a stand-alone movie.
Just a quick rant today…
If you’ve been following my blog at all, or picked up an issue of Senpai Magazine, you know there’s much more to me than just being “furry.” I cross over into A LOT of different fandoms, including anime, gaming, comics, scifi, tabletop gaming, pro-wrestling, paranormal studies, and so on. That being said, I am friends with a lot of people that are not “furry” at all. In fact, some are even aghast and horrified when I freely admit to it, as if it is something weird and shameful. Other people, such as nonfurry vendors & artists heading to their first furry con, will often ask me what to expect. Also, I still get long-time friends asking me what this “furry-thing” is all about. Read more…
And I’m back!
I really do not know where to begin, there is so much to discuss, detail, and dissect from last weekend. I guess I’ll start with how I usually start most of my blogs, by starting with the positive: Read more…
Sorry, I know I missed a few weeks of PawPrints. I have just been so busy preparing for ConnectiCon! This weekend I’ll be kicking it in Hartford. Stay tuned for tales of all my misadventures as I show furry pride, game, buy awesome stuff, read comics, and chill with Doug Walker.
See ya there
Here’s a recap of my pickups for this week: Birds of Prey #10, Glory #27, and Astonishing X-Men #51 . Remember, my rating does not necessarily reflect the comic’s quality (although that is taken into consideration) but rather it’s a gauge of my overall interest in the story being told.
5 = Excellent thus far, and will definitely pick up the next issue if/when available.
4 = Pretty good, the series has got my complete interest. Recommend staying with this series.
3 = If I see the next issue on shelves, I might give it thumb-through. I’m Mildly interested.
2 = Has some good points but I didn’t find the story too interesting/I feel nothing for the characters.
1 = I wasted my money!
0 = I will BURN every copy I find!!!
Also, I am always careful to avoid spoilers as much as possible.
So let’s get to it!
Birds of Prey #10
Plenty of action in this issue, but not much else. Here the Birds of Prey are deep in the Amazon, fighting plant monsters, as they continue their quest to rejuvenate their fallen comrade, Poison Ivy. There’s nothing really wrong with this book, but it feels like TPB filler. Oh, and Black Canary can fly over short distances using her Sonic Scream. I didn’t know she could do that… Read more…