Zenkaikon 2011 (Valley Forge):
My friend invited me to go with him. It was the very first anime convention that I've been to. I was nervous at first, but then I found it to be pretty enjoyable. The cosplayers, the merchandise, the music, the panels, it was great. The only guests that were there were Vic Mignogna and Todd Haberkorn. I didn't get an autograph because I didn't feel like waiting a very, very long line. However, Dustin got his autograph and I recorded him with vic. Here's my video:
A couple days ago, Saturday, I attended Bronycon. It was my first Brony convention. It was nice to see all these dedicated fans of the show gathered around and talk about what they like about the show. Not to mention some of the Voice actors and actresses that came to the con. I got some autographs from them and photos.
-Nicole Oliver (Celestia) Autograph:
I asked her if Celestia was a troll. She didn't think so.
Updated 28th August 2013 at 08:52 PM by BladeLight52
You were one of the greatest film critics of all time along with Gene Siskel. Have fun up in heaven with Siskel, disagreeing like you two always did...but in a good way.
Updated 4th April 2013 at 09:41 PM by BladeLight52
There are many types of music that makes you sad, laugh, pumped, and many other emotions. But my favorite kind of music is not only instrumental orchestral music, but music that just makes me...smile tenderly. Instead of tears of sadness, I cry tears of joy. Something that makes me think. In my opinion, the key of D in a major scale conveys the heartwarming music perfectly, but other majors scales can work as well. Without further ado, here is the list:
Name of Music, What Show/Movie/Video
Updated 8th March 2013 at 08:31 PM by BladeLight52
I am finally done...after two weeks, but enough of that nonsense. Here is the complete series documentation of G-Gundam which has one of my favorite musical scores by Kohei Tanaka (Gunbuster, GaoGaiGar, One Piece, and many more) Which reminds me. I'm working on One Piece next. Oh boy this is going to be a long one.
NOTE: The reason why I put in numbers on some tracks is because some pieces have two or more M-Numbers on a single track. For example, the Bridge Collection I is divided
Updated 22nd April 2013 at 01:16 AM by BladeLight52