GYO Tokyo Fish Attack is a short animated horror film about mutant cyborg sea creatures causing havoc in Tokyo. The movie starts out with a group of teenagers camping in a cabin by the woods and they are having a good time like you would normally have at a place like that. The slutty one of the group (pardon my tongue) decides that she wants to have a threesome with two of the guys there and right as they are about to mingle a mutant cyborg shark bursts through their window and attacks everyone. This shark is one mean old perverted bugger too as the first thing he does is pin down the girl from the three way but she manages to get away with only her skirt ripped off and she's screaming bloody murder and running down the hall with her bare ass hanging out (again, pardon my language). They miraculously defeat the mutant cyborg shark with only minor damage, so what do you think happens next? She continues on having her threesome with the two bro dudes of coarse. The other half of the teens are a bit more shaken up about it and they watch the news on the TV and then Kaori (our main heroine) receives a very distressed phone call from her boyfriend saying "Do not return to Tokyo". Kaori decides to pack up and go back to Tokyo anyway to find her boyfriend but runs into trouble when she sees that the whole city has been infested by mutant cyborg sea creatures. Kaori is not alone in this twisted fish war as she is joined up with a handsome freelance reporter that just happens to be after her boyfriends uncle who might know the cause of the invasion. (To read the rest of the review please click "Read More").
This second (and final...?) collection of Bodacious Space Pirates episodes has the crew left very ill after a shipment gone wrong when monkeys go running wild on the good ship Bentenmaru spreading a flu like virus that infects all the crew except for Captain Marika (due to her being at home to get some rest at the time of the incident). Now the crew are stuck in quarantine so they don't go spreading the virus around on their home planet. Captain Marika now has to find a new crew so she can do her jobs otherwise she'll have her pirate license removed due to not being active. Captain Marika goes searching for a crew but has no luck until the Captain of the space pirate ship Barbaroosa gives her advice about finding people she can trust. This gives Captain Marika the idea to hire the Space Yaught Club (a class she is a part of during high school) to be the replacement crew. So with a new crew comes some all new kinds of trouble so how will Captain Marika handle this gang of teenage booty bandits? (Click "Read More" to read the full review if you are reading this on the main page).
Princess Jellyfish is a bizarre drama/comedy about a group of female otaku called "The Sisterhood" that fear a lot of things but mainly fancy looking people they call "The Stylish". Tsukimi is the main one you will see and she is obsessed with drawing jellyfish and is always fantasizing about being a princess, Chieko is the daughter of the landlord and is always dressed like a traditional geisha and likes to collect traditional Japanese dolls, Mayaya is the one that always wears a green jumpsuit and is obsessed with kung-fu and Romance of the Three-Kingdoms, Banba is the short one with an afro and a toy train addiction, Jiji is a manga artist (mainly does Yaoi) that barely leaves her room because of work and has an old man fetish. One night while Tsukimi was on her way home she notices that the pet shop wasn't taking proper care of their jellyfish so she freaks out all about it and gets into a fight with the guy working there and gets kicked out. Lucky for her she is helped by a beautiful strange woman named Kuranosuke who stops the whole situation from turning into a disaster. The two hang out for awhile and they go back to Tsukimi's place and pass out. When Tsukimi awakens in the morning she finds out that Kuranosuke is actually a guy who has a habit of walking around public in women's clothing (cue the theme to Bosom Buddies). (Click "Read More" to see the rest of the review).
Recently a Sega prototype console was revealed to the world by a former employee of Sega. The Sega Pluto is a version of the Sega Saturn with a built in Netlink modem. Holy shit. My personal love affair with Sega really took off in 2009 when I discovered the Netlink modem and the small rag tag group of Sega enthusiasts that still to this day get together for Netlink matches.