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Blue Seed: “I’m Home! Izumo! The Prologue of Hope!!”

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No politics here, just talking Anime, for we are going over episode 20 of Blue Seed tonight, the episode titled “I’m Home! Izumo! The Prologue of Hope!!” Which means we now down to the final six episodes!





PLANTED SEEDS
Blue Seed Episode 20 “I’m Home! Izumo! The Prologue of Hope!!” Original Air Date: February 15, 1995 English Air Date: January 8, 2000

Today we’re finishing off disc 3 of Blue Seed box-set put out by ADV back in 2005 with episode 20 of the series, titled “I’m Home! Izumo! The Prologue of Hope!!” and giant roots are popping up all over Japan. The Government is on Mr. Kunikida’s ass about putting a stop to it because people are starting to ask questions about it and the Aragami, but he does have a theory that Murakumo and Kaede are taking the now ‘teenager’ looking Susano-O around Japan to certain shrines to absorb its power, and the most important one must be in Izumo where everything began for Momiji… and that is where the foc…

The My Comic Shop Game: January 20, 2017

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And the 'debut' of The My Comic Shop Game! MyComicShop(dot)com is my preferred place to get my comics, so this reoccuring segment is basically just the unboxing of what goodies I got from them. 
This video is in no way endorsed by MyComicShop(dot)com or its affiliates



The List Of New Comics
Liberty Girl #0
Liberty Girl #2
Star Trek Starfleet Academy #10
Star Trek Starfleet Academy #11
Supergirl #5
The Easter Story #1
MacGyver: Fugitive Gauntlet
Justice League / Power Gangers #1

Doctor Who: The Crusade Part 3: The Wheel of Fortune

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Happy Friday, today we are up to part three of the classic Doctor Who story The Crusade (titled: The Wheel of Fortune), where we learned who saved Barbara and talk about Jean Marsh's excellent performance as Princess Joanna when she finds out what King Richard's plans for her are.



Time and Relative Dimensions
Doctor Who The Crusade Part 3: The Wheel of Fortune Original Air Date: April 10, 1965 Viewers: 9 Millions (Up half a million from previous episode)

With the TARDIS crew split up, the focus is primarily on Barbara’s adventures in trying to avoid El Akir and The Doctor being caught up in some midevil political intrigue.

Turns out the person who covered Barbara’s mouth is a man named Haround ed-Din, who has issues with El Akir who killed his wife and son while kidnapping one of his two daughters. He leaves Barbara with his remaining daughter under her protection in order to try and see how to deal with the men that is looking for Barbara …

Star Trek Online: The Glittering Road Back To Kobali Prime #TeamEmmmmsie

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This is a replay of my January 20, 2017 broadcast on Twitch, playing Star Trek Online... and this time out we finish a patrol mission, play the mission All That Glitters and head back to Kobali Prime!  -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/fredcasden

A Series Of Unfortunate Events: “The Wide Window: Part Two”

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Friday kicks off with my look at next episode of Netflix's Original Series 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' with 'The Wide Window: Part Two' (Season 1, Episode 6)




THE TALE OF THE BAUDELAIRES
A Series Of Unfortunate Events “The Wide Window: Part Two” Season 1, Episode 6
The conclusion to The Wide Window to me is a bit… lacking and this manly due to how I feel part one was a bit of a downer, so everything in the second half has to over compensate, which took away some of my enjoyment, but not all. From this point on there were be spoilers, thus the spoiler warning is in effect
In comparison to the first half the story, with the long slow build up and dealing with how much of a downer character Aunt Josephine is, the second half is focuses on the Baudelaires working to again expose Count Olaf as Captain Sham… and the complete and utter ineptitude of Mr. Poe to not see what is right in front of him, but his particular preferen…