Fans have taken Brody’s do-anything attitude and run with it. Video artist Neil Cicierega made two much-remixed online videos—Brodyquest and Brodyquest 2—where the actor travels the world, becomes a rock star, and turns into the universe.
Adrien Brody has seen Brodyquest. His dad showed it to him. “I made it my ringtone at one point,” he said. “It’s hilarious.”
Saw this movie recently at the request of my friend, and it was really cool. There was ton going on and it had a lot of really cool unique stuff in it. I never hear anyone talk about it and it should definitely have more of a cult following than it does.
Even when ignoring my normal laziness, this No More Heroes post is getting very hard to write. I’m really trying to track a timeline of what happened from October 2008 to January 2010 and so many bits and pieces of information were revealed at different times…And there are different interesting things that I want to focus on that happened at the same time, and stuff that I don’t have 100% of the information on, and it’s very hard to put all of this together in a way that reads well (not that I really expect the post to be that interesting to anyone, as I say in it). But I am determined to write about NMH2 hype, and I will eventually be finished.
neeonx said: Was Time Fcuk inspired by a trip? It is so relatable!
yeah a trip down memory lane
mrfacefur said: I'm probably nuts but I was wondering if meat boy and captain video share any kind of connection story wise since they cameo in each others games or was it purely for buisness reasons
So a while back I found out that the reason we never got the final 8 volumes of Zatch Bell was because the author got the publishing rights from Viz, and basically just said “Fuck America.”
As far as I know Raiku got the rights back because of his lawsuit against Shogakugan, and chances are if another American publisher came to him wanting to print ZB in English, he’d probably let them, but as of yet this doesn’t seem to have happened.