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Baroness--the best reason by rudeboy308, visual art

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Down: Phil Anselmo--Nobody Move by rudeboy308, visual art

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American Dream Melissa Mao and Mizuki Tachibana by rudeboy308, visual art

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Cowboy Bebop--Faye Valentine, by jay fosgitt by rudeboy308, visual art

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Dick Dale: His Medicine by rudeboy308, visual art

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  • Mar 7
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  • Deviant for 12 years
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My Bio
In the absence of much drawing or digital art talent, I perform a public service by faving stuff I like and writing constructive comments, or comments that are completely off the wall but damned fun to read. Do NOT beg me to fave your stuff or commission you. I fave the stuff I like, and pass by the stuff I don't. If I want to commission you, I will ask you. For all those artists whose work I have faved, thank Adam Warren, the artistic genius who guided me to this site.

Secondly, I'm here to tell you about anime you may or may not have heard of. I don't pretend to be an expert, but I've watched a lot of it and read much on the subject. I want to throw a spotlight on titles that are not the newest, or the hellaciously popular ones from Shonen Jump (Dragon Ball, Naruto, Bleach, Death Note). Those titles don't need me to defend them--they've got enough fans here at dA. I want to expand knowledge and appreciation of anime. If you love anime, great, let's discuss. If you hate anime, go somewhere else!

Current Residence: Pensacola, Florida
deviantWEAR sizing preference: 3XL
Favourite genre of music: heavy metal; punk; ska; classical
Favourite photographer: Anton Corbijn
Favourite style of art: anime/manga style
Operating System: Toshiba laptop
Shell of choice: Ghost in the Shell
Wallpaper of choice: I like to change mine frequently, so I don't have any one favorite
Favourite cartoon character: anime: Faye Valentine of Cowboy Bebop; American: Yosemite Sam
Personal Quote: "Giving money and power to government is like giving whisky and car keys to teenage boys"

Favourite Visual Artist
Adam Warren, Doug Winger, John Romita Jr.
Favourite Movies
Animal House, Blues Brothers, Strange Brew
Favourite TV Shows
WWE; Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld; The Five
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Judas Priest; Ramones; Misfits; Bad Manners
Favourite Books
Gravity's Rainbow; Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy; and too many more to list
Favourite Writers
Thomas Pynchon (writer); James Dickey (poet)
Favourite Games
Final Fight, Streets of Rage
Favourite Gaming Platform
Don't own one
Tools of the Trade
my writing skill
Other Interests
anime, American and other world literature, pro wrestling, American football
Those Who Hunt Elves (herein abbr. TWHE) is another lost classic of sheer lunacy mixed in with some tender moments.  The plot is dog simple, allowing many self-contained slice of life episodes to entertain us until they have to wrap it up and put a bow on it in the last couple of episodes for the season.  An interesting swerve characterizes the ending.  The main characters are quite funny, doubly so in the English dub which soon parts ways with the subtitle script about halfway into the first season.  Unfortunately, TWHE is a joke that is funny only once--too bad the series doubles down for a second season with the same jokes and set-ups as t
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Midori Days sounds like a normal story about a schoolgirl who has a crush on a boy and is too shy to declare her love to him, and the boy, in turn, has a bad reputation and isn't used to such female attention.  Eventually, they clear the air and confess to each other, and they live happily ever after.  What saves Midori Days from terminal normalcy and boredom is the device--worthy of a Kafka story like "The Metamorphosis" or The Trial--of the girl shrinking down and becoming the guy's right hand, thereby allowing both of them to get to know each other in ways they never thought possible.  (Don't get ahead of me with the obvious off-color joke
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Steel Angel Kurumi (herein abbr. SAK) is a weird compromise between a steampunk setting (Japan during the Taisho era in the early 20th century) and a harem rom/com.  Sure, there's a plot, and there's some heavy duty narrative about a player from the future trying to solve a problem in the past.  Mostly, though, it's a harem rom/com with a young boy gaining three cute female androids (angels, in the story's parlance) who compete for his favors. Fans of Saber Marionette J (like me) will get the shock of the familiar with the set-up of SAK.  Like SMJ, SAK's Japan has something old and something new.  SMJ has the latest computers and weapons of
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She's tiding herself over until I or my proteges reward her for her Pedobear kills here at Rudeboy308 HQ. Thanks for sharing.

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Just making some dragon half kids here at Rudeboy308 HQ!