My calico cat Polar was a beautiful cat, a very vocal cat with a personality that took me months to decipher, understand and adapt to. She was obedient one day and a rampaging, disobedient, rascal the next. She did very peculiar things like sleeping on her back with her legs open, snuggling up next to … Continue reading In loving memory of my calico cat, Polar
The fifth book in the Samurai Mysteries series by Dorothy and Thomas Hoobler is called "A Samurai Never Fears Death" and follows up on the first four in the series Ghost in the Tokaido Inn, Demon in the Teahouse, In Darkness, Death and The Sword that Cut the Burning Grass. My interest in the series still hasn't waned and A Samurai … Continue reading A Samurai Never Fears Death – Book Review
In Darkness, Death is the award wining third installment of Dorothy and Thomas Hoobler's Samurai Mysteries series. I described the first book Ghost in the Tokaido Inn as eerie and the second book Demon in the Teahouse as unpredictable and it seems that this book is a combination of the two. Unpredictably Eerie Judge Ooka … Continue reading In Darkness, Death – Book Review
My L nendoroid was acquired over a year ago and due to my clumsiness and fiddling I have managed to break or lose all the neck joins that came with the figure (4 of them I think). The last one broke over the weekend when I was cleaning my room and moving my figures to … Continue reading Oh My God! I Killed L!
In Darkness, Death is the title of the third book in the Samurai Mysteries series written by Dorothy and Thomas Hoobler. I have already read and reviewed the first 2 books in the series, the eerie Ghost in the Tokaido Inn and the unpredictable Demon in the Teahouse. The young merchant turned samurai Seikei is … Continue reading In Darkness, Death
I've not blogged about Death Note here on a my blog many times but the Death Note series is one of my favorite anime shows and I enjoyed the movie. I discovered it not long after starting this blog and my first official splurge on anime merchandise was in the form of a Death Note … Continue reading Death Note: L Nendoroid Figure
It's been over a year since I posted my first impressions of the Shigurui anime. From rereading that post I can now say that Shigurui: Death Frenzy is all that I expected and a whole lot more, it provided a entertaining historical anime, with a thick plot and subtle dose of action that was a … Continue reading Shigurui: Death Frenzy
Death Note the Last Name is one of the most interesting Japanese films I have ever watched. Desu NÅto (as it is written in romanji and pronounced in Japanese) is created from the very popular manga and anime of the same name and features all its characters. Firstly I must say that all the characters … Continue reading Death Note the Last Name