The exact moment when your friend goes:
"Look, the angels are here and they’re scaring the shit out of me so I’m just gonna join the side that’s obviously gonna win. Ciao~ (Miao~) “
Inspired by every student whose told they can’t be an artist because it doesn’t “make enough money”.
OP forgot to cite a particular bit of Alan Watts.
(And perhaps the Steven Universe episode with Frybo, for that one part in the middle.)
“The Ride” by Rodolphe Guenoden
HOLD THE FUCK UP
Can someone just draw a follow-up where he swerves out of the way, and flips the bird at Death (who looks impressed)?
In movie-Hitchhiker’s-Guide lovely style with a dash of snark.
Look at what beloved classic I got to subtitle Okada and Kaneko discussing in today’s work on the SMTIII documentary! So highly regarded is Nine in this documentary, in fact, that it gets like two minutes’ worth of commentary, whereas Devil Children only elicits two whole lines out of a few hundred.
Just as it should be.
Anyway, big news! A rough draft of my subtitles for the SMT History Featurette portion of the DVD is complete! Now it’s onto the 40-minute documentary portion dealing with Nocturne’s development! Still no ETA on when the thing will be done on YouTube —I’m just adopting the stance of “it’ll be done when it’s done” at this point— but if things remain relatively smooth like this, I can assure you all at least that it is something I will get done and that you will finally be able to watch it in a language you probably understand. I’m doing anywhere from three to five minutes of footage a day, which has averaged out into about 10 minutes every three to four days, and then I expect the proofreading and editing process to take another week or two, so it’ll be a little while yet, but at least we’re getting there!
Thanks for all of your support, as always! Knowing I have an audience that will be there to watch this stuff once I’m done with it is a great morale boost as someone used to just doing stuff on a whim and hoping some of it sticks!
Man, I was curious and intrigued by the story in NINE via the bits and pieces I’ve managed to grasp (and Kaneko’s art) and would daydream a version of it in my head with nice graphics and smooth play.
Also, when I watch the longer documentary, I can see how SMT3 wouldn’t have looked quite as good if they hadn’t had their fingers dirtied up by NINE.
- That was a pretty easy catch.
- Sometimes all you gotta do is ask.
Does noone understand that James is like, the best trainer? He may not be the strongest, but he ASKS his pokemon if they want to join, seriously he’s nicer than Ash to his pokemon.
The poor man gets bitten, poisoned, chewed on, strangled, stabbed, prodded, crushed, blown up, and all manner of painful things by his pokemon, AND HE LOVES THEM ANYWAYS.
James needs his own show. Of when he was a kid or something. And his amazing gift with pokemon.
AND HE’S ALSO A CROSS-DRESSER WHO GIVES NO FUCKS, HE’S A DORK WHO COLLECTS BOTTLE CAPS, IS SMOOTH AS FUCK WITH THAT TRADEMARK ROSE, AND IS A GROWN MAN, THEREFORE INSTANTLY ATTRACTIVE.
James is a holdover from when the Pokemon world was Shin Megami Tensei. #NegotiateNotCapture
Grant Morrison on expressing Hypertime and metatextual reality beyond comics.
Source: Bonus disc, Talking With Gods