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Leijiverse 999, DC and Marvel Assemble, Star Trek Nation

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Where I live
LaSalle (Montreal), Quebec, Canada

Anime Fan Since
Early 1990s when I started watching The Transformers (1984), though that was before I learned that not all cartoons are American (However, while the classic Speed Racer series was the second anime I got into, you may consider this what made me the anime fan I'm today if you don't consider the original Trasnformers to be anime)

Member of theOtaku.com since

Medal for Meals-on-wheel's service, Medal for conflict manager team, Mabel Award at High School Graduation, Honouroll at college, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting and Drawing concentration) in University

Favorite Music Genres
Rap, Rock 'N Roll, Disco

News: Scooby-Doo Voice Actor Casey Kasem Kicks the Bucket

Today is indeed a sad day for fans of Scooby-Doo, Transformers, and/or DC Comics. For this morning, it was reported that this morning, Casey Kasem had kicked the bucket. He was at age 82 when this happened. We know him as the guy who voiced Shaggy for various incarnations of Scooby-Doo (including 1969's Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!) as well as Dick Grayson/Robin for the various animated Superfriends series and 1968's The Adventures of Batman (with Robin The Boy Wonder, and of course Teletran I, Cliffjumper, Dr. Archeville, and Bluestreak for 1984's The Transformers (aka "Transformers Generation One"). Some North America-based anime fans may remember him as the voice of Mark/G-1 in Battle of the Planets, the 1978 Americanized re-dub and re-edit of the 1972 Japanese Animated series Science Ninja Team Gatchaman.

The American animation industry has lost another legendary and well talented voice actor. He will be missed.

3:48 PM Canada EST

stararnold's Favorites

Today, I am just doing some revamping on Starship Fandoprise by transferring some info from its homepage to this post, which merely favourites of mine. Favorite Comic Book Series ...

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Anime Online Viewing Status of 5/23/2014

It has been a long since I wrote any posts on this website, but don't worry as I did not forget about this website. ANyway, on to commenting on my anime online viewing status.

Anime Titles already Finished Watching Online

  • Inu Yasha: The Final Act
  • Puella Magi Madoka Magica
  • Space Battleship Yamato 2199
  • Mazinkaiser SKL

Also, I managed to catch the entiety of Goldorak - Le Robot de L'Espace (dubbed from UFO Robot Grendizer) on Télétoon Rétro while it was available.

Currently, I am watching online Capitaine Flam (the French dub of the 1978 anime series Captain Future), and I am at episode 24. Plus, I have to remember to catch the rest of Gundam Build Fighters while it's still available for free viewing at Gundam Info.

As for Anime to Watch online later on in the Future when/if possible

  • Dirty Pair (1985)
  • Marvel Anime: Iron Man
  • Guyver: The Bio-Boosted Armor
  • Ronin Warriors
  • Getter Robo: Armageddon
  • Smile PreCrure
  • Mobile Suit Gundam AGE
  • Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal

11:50 PM Canada EST

News: Free Comic Book Day 2014

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Just a reminder that May 3, 2014 will be the day the 13th annual Free Comic Book Day event. If you're a comic book fan like myself, or are just getting interested in exploring this amazing entertainment medium, make sure to mark your calendars for this upcoming event, and visit The Free Comic Book Day website to find out if a comic shop near your residence is taking part in the event.

As for me, FCBD comic items I am looking out for include: The New 52 Future's End No. 0, Guardians of the Galaxy, All Rocket Racoon, Grimm Fairy Tales No. 0, Steam Wars, Valiant Universe Handbook, Sonic The Hedgehog/Megaman Flipbook No. 1, The Tick, Street Fighter No. 0, Showa: A History of Japan, Transformers Vs. G.I. Joe, and possibly Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Quite a list yes, but no one can ever have enough interesting stories to check out.

12:30 PM Canada EST

Anime Recommendations

Over the years I've been watching Anime, there have been ones I find worth checking out and ones not so worth. Additionally, I take the time to read up on a few old school titles I that find are must-watches for exploring Anime's past. Anyway, her...

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