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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

My DC Universe Figurine Collection

Check out my collection of Marvel Universe figurines so far. ...

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News: DC Comics to Present more He-man adventures starting April 2013

So far, DC Comics has completed its run of its 2012 He-Man and The Masters of the Universe miniseries this week with issue no. 6 as well as releasing the miniseries' comic book one-shot prequel Masters of The Universe: The Origin of H...

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stararnold's Plan Regarding The Dark Knight Returns

Yesterday marked of course the release of the made-for-DVD animated film Batman: The Dark Knigth Returns, Part 1, which is an adaptation of the first half of comic book writer Frank Miller's classic 1986 comic book limited series Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. Originally, I was going to buy a copy of the DVD film right way as I was feeling hungry for a more dark-and-edgy animated superhero drama, but as it turns out, that day would be a rare moment in my life as a fanboy where I decided to buy a copy of the trade paperback of the entire series collected first before watching the film itself so as to do a compare and contrast scheme to see whether or not the makers of this PG-13 rated film toned down too much on Miller's grim-and-gritty dramatic content, a kind of content that many readers and critics consider to be important in redefining and revitalizing Batman's image as an anti-hero-type superhero for the modern age of (western-made) comic books, although it usually does not matter to me on what to do first between read the book or or watch the film version. Once I finish reading the book, then I may or will buy both parts 1 and 2 of the animated feature. And here's hoping that part 2 of the animated version of this Batman classic goes for an R rating from the MPAA so as to ensure that the animated grim-and-grittiness still matches the legendary comic book limited series itself, otherwise I fear that Warner Bros. has made no effort to evolve the dark-and-edginess for animated DC Universe content (especially for Batman of course) to the level of today's awesome canon continuity DC Universe comics, though I am usually neutral between the classic comics and the modern ones when it comes to DC Universe and Marvel Universe.

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News: He-Man To Return to Comics in July 2012

Although this piece of news was revealed at DCComics.com on Friday, I just found this out today. It's now official that DC Comics will be working on its first Masters of the Universe comic book series since its 1982 miniseries (but note t...

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