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Monday, April 20, 2009

Code Geass / The Day a New Demon Was Born

Code Geass Season 1 - STAGE 01 - The Day a New Demon Was Born - English Audio Dub Uncensored

Seven years passed since Japan lost the war against the Britannia Empire and became its territory. The country name was stripped away and renamed to Area 11.
Lelouch was spending an inactive life while attending the school for Britannians, the Ashford Academy. The tragic incidents he experienced during war made him resent Britannia, but he couldnt do anything about it. All he could do was beat Britannians in chess to release his anger.

One day Lelouch is involved in a battle between terrorists and the Britannian Forces. Taken to the underground area of Shinjuku Ghetto, he meets his old friend Suzaku Kururugi. Although Suzaku is an Eleven, he has joined the Britannian Forces as an Honorary Britannian. The two enjoy their reunion, but tragedy comes with the appearance of a girl. Suzaku is shot by the Britannian Forces when he tries to protect the girl and Lelouch. As Lelouch is devastated over the death of his friend, the girl gives Lelouch a power. That power was the ability to manipulate people as he pleases.

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Sunday, April 19, 2009



Dony Permedi's Master's Thesis Animation was completed while he was at The School of Visual Arts, MFA Computer Art, in New York City.

It was created using Maya, After Effects, and rigged using The Setup Machine by Anzovin studios. If you would like to download there is a small version at his website:

Alot of people have been emailing Dony asking a whole lot of questions. Maybe you can find some answers here:


Thursday, April 02, 2009

Nine "Unfilmable" Comic Book Stories

For years, Watchmen was considered too huge a story to be adapted to the silver screen.

Well, now that that’s happened, suppose we check out some other comic books and graphic novels that most people figure might be too tricky for film.

"Preacher" is currently kicking around Hollywood, but any version that could potentially hit screens would have to be watered down to the point of... well, pointlessness.

Watchmen was only 12 issues—Preacher was 75 issues chock full of blasphemy, sodomy, vampirism, debauchery, Old West legend, and batshit insanity. This story of a disillusioned man of faith who gains divine powers and then walks the earth on a mission to kick God's ass is also an invitation to boycotts and churchy outrage.