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the battle of the century.




It begins.

The blu-ray shall be called 3.33+1.11 etc. etc. etc.

It’s not even gonna be called Evangelion: 4.0, it’s supposed to be called Evangelion: Final or something like that so it’s probably going to be called Evangelion: Final.FinalFinal or some stupid shit like that, Hideaki Anno is nuts.

I just realized this now but the first screen cap is inaccurate. It’s not 無任原点 but 無在原点.

在 means existence.

So if 無 means “nothing”, 在 means “existence”, and 原点 means “origin/starting point”, and if we take into consideration that 3.0 and 1.0 are included in the title, maybe it means something like “going back to being completely alone”? Though I’m no expert here…but it seems even Japanese speakers are confused by this!


Artists Pay Tribute to Robin Williams

Although you might have never uttered the words “I’m a huge Robin Williams fan,” I could probably rattle off at least five of his movies that you love, or that at the least made you very happy for a while. Robin Williams was omnipresent through a lot of our childhoods. Somehow, through the range and progression of his roles, he was able to rise up and meet my generation at whatever level of maturation we were at, from the age of about four onward until he stopped existing.

Learning how to channel grief is hard, especially when it’s over someone you didn’t know personally. I draw pictures, as do a lot of people I know. Robin Williams was a fan of comics and illustration, so I asked people to submit drawings of him in tribute.

Out of hundreds of submissions, here are the 15 I thought were best.

Image above: Alex Fine

Johnny Ryan

Nick Gazin

Brian Butler

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"I started doing comedy because that was the only stage that I could find. It was the pure idea of being on stage. That was the only thing that interested me, along with learning the craft and working, and just being in productions with people."

-Robin Williams (July 21, 1951 - August 11, 2014)


Rest in Peace, Robin Williams.