20:02 - Redn1ght Or just manga. There are almost no limits there (Depending which publisher they are releasing with.)
20:00 - Clintagram That's one of the reasons I usually just prefer anime movies.
19:55 - Redn1ght Kinda dislike what they did back then with Deadman Wonderland adaptation. They couldn't show the reason why it was scary... No wonder horror anime isn't being made. xD
19:52 - Clintagram Yeah, Tokyo Ghoul is a little over the top. Aldnoah.Zero isn't as exciting as I had hoped. Akame ga kill! is a little too anime for me, I think. I watched a few others, but those two are the best I've found.
19:49 - Redn1ght Actually, I've only so far watched Zankyou no Terror latest season. Tokyo Ghoul could've been interesting if they didn't have censorship.. (Haha.) I've already read the SAO: Gungale Online arc so I'm not interested in watching it.
19:46 - Clintagram Yes, I've liked that one as well. I know it as Terror in Resonance. I think it's also been called Terror in Tokyo. But yes, very good. I like Barakamon as well.
19:44 - Redn1ght Favorite anime? Zankyou no Terror. Realistic within terms of anime.
Canadian folk metallers Blackguard have gone through some line-up changes. The band announced the departure of guitarist Kim Gosselin and welcomed Louis Jacques to the band as his replacement.
The band released this statement about it: "Unfortunately we must officially announce the departure of lead guitarist Kim Gosselin from Blackguard. For those of you who have seen us play during our last few tours this will not come as a shock seeing as Kim has been absent from the live lineup for quite some time."
"Kim has decided not to continue with the band, and we'd like to thank him for his invaluable contribution to this group over the years. As hard as it is seeing a brother go, this is truly the best thing for both parties as Kim's interest in touring and writing have been waning over the last year. We wanted to wait until we had found a suitable replacement before making any official announcement and we're very happy to finally be able to let everyone in on what's going on."
The new addition Louis Jacques said: "I'm very glad to joining the mighty Blackguard! Together we'll get to a new level. Expect more violence, originality and shred!"
Here is a video of Louis showing off his skills. The band is working on the follow-up to last year's Firefight record and expect an early 2013 release through Victory Records.