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I'm a young writer, illustrator who enjoys all the joyful geeky things in life. I live with a chronic illness that...kinda dampens life a bit, but I'm doing my utmost best to enjoy whatever life throws at me. I love to write fantasy and dabble in junk-food sci-fi ^^;; As well as make plushie dolls, paint, walk and hug my adorable pet cat!

New Sailor Moon!

  Greetings fellow fanatics of the fantastical realm! I do so hope that you have all had a fabulous Christmas and New Years! Something extra exciting in the Anime-land hopped over my Tumblr-dash today that I thought I would share with you all, because I am super-excited about it. If you are like me, born somewhere in the 80s—90s it ...

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Live Action Trailer – Kiki's Delivery Service

  Greetings fellow fans of all things fantastical! If you’ve lived in the Anime World for awhile you would know of the adorable, beautiful and stunning work of art ‘Kiki’s Delivery Service’ that is Studio Ghibli’s animation adaption of a novel of the same name by Eiko Kadono. It is a story of a thirteen year old witch, who is taking the traditional one year ...

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Supernova Adelaide 2013

Greetings my fellow fans of all things fantastical! As some of you may know, I recently published my first novel “Key” (when I say first, I mean first in what will be a series…hey…I like to write! Our very own ‘The Viking’ did a review of it “here“) So…what do you do when you get a whole bunch of books ...

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Anime News – Live Action Ghost Hunt

Greetings fellow fanatics of all things fantastical! Exciting news on the Anime front, one of my favorite supernatural Animes; Ghost Hunt (also a light novel series, and a manga, but I first knew the Anime, then I found the manga, different spin for me)  is being turned into a live action film. This announcement game via Twins Japan and Kadokawa. ...

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Lord of the Rings in a Disney Park?

  Here is a curious rumor if ever I heard one; Disney and Warner Brothers are in talks or maybe have even signed an agreement that will bring “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” to areas of the Disney Parks. I honestly do not know if we can hold this rumor in high regard as several months ago ...

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Anime News: Hayao Miyazaki Retiring

Greeting fellow fanatics of all things fantastical! I bring some news for Studio Ghibli fans — the beautiful new movie The Wind Rises is to be the last of legendary Oscar-winning director Hayao Miyazaki’s eleven marvlous animated films. This news comes from Koji Hoshino, one of Miyazaki’s Studio Ghibli heads, at the Venice Film Festival. The Wind Rises looks to be a ...

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Anime News: Pokemon – The Origin

  Greetings fellow fans of the fantastical! I am so glad you could make it today, because I have some fabulous news to bring such wonderful smiles to your inner hearts. Well, some of you maybe…some of you might cringe and groan. That’s okay. Ever since I can recall–okay, okay–maybe not that long ago–but since I was in primary school, ...

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Anime News: Akira – On the roll again

                    Jaume Collet-Serra (Unknown, Orphan, House of Wax) is back in talks to return to the director’s seat on the live-action remake of the classic 1988 Japanese animated cyberpunk action film ‘Akira‘. In 2008 Warner Brothers acquired the rights to the film and since then the production has seen a a number ...

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Anime News – Black Butler Live Action Movie

Greetings again fellow fanatical  travelers of the great fantastical realms! This news I bring you is dear to my heart, I have been, for some time, sitting upon it awaiting for the prime moment to spring my glee upon the world! I dearly wish I could have shown you a video of my fan-girl squeal that the youtube link within this ...

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Anime Spotlight – Space Battleship Yamato 2199

  G’day fellow fanatics of all things fantastical! It is I, Kylie, reporter from Down Under, here to update you on something Anime and spacey! Have you ever felt that space travel should be more gritty, dangerous and more like, well, traveling the wide oceans in the days of the great explorers? Maybe it’s just me, but when I think ...

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