i’m home sick with the flu and i just received this email from my father
STOP REBLOGGING THIS MY DAD THINKS HE’S SOME INTERNET SENSATION AND HE WON’T SHUT UP ABOUT IT
Always remember that you are not worthless, organs are extremely expensive on the black market
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann MASTERPOST
Click to watch. To download (which has a subtle quality improvement),click the download arrow in the upper-left corner, then click “Download anyway”.
Episode 6 (Director’s Cut/Uncut) - There are Some Things I Just Have to See!! (Slightly lower quality than the other version, 6 extra minutes of more fanservice-y content instead of flashbacks.)
In conjunction with the release of the movie, Gainax has released series of music videos entitled Gurren Lagann Parallel Works which contains alternative stories of Gurren Lagann set to songs from the original soundtrack.
There are two Compilation Movies (with new scenes to help tie things together and provide movie-original climaxes). Sadly, the files are too big to make a preview, you’ll have to download them!
Fan Webcomic. DOUBLE K (A Buddy Cop Show AU, and it is glorious.)
(these are really of personal taste, while I know not everyone likes AMVs, I just hope someone can enjoy these as well)
sometimes i get the urge to be really nasty and mean and say mean things and then i go to do it and i cant its like. im too soft. im not punk rock at all. i lied. i lied to you all. i lied on the internet. im not hardcore. im possibly soft grunge but thats about it
drawing at 2am 4 vic
can we talk about my new shirt
“A series of hollowed-out television sets frame beguiling scenes imagined in Xiangxi’s works, begun while studying sculpture at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art.
Situated in a small creative community in Hei Qiao Cun on the northeastern edge of the city, his studio is littered with second-hand appliances like washing machines, which become the sites of miniature worlds inspired by locations such as his old workspace in Guangzhou, the workers’ dormitory he once lived in, his parent’s sitting room, the interior of a train carriage—even his dream home. They are replicas rendered faithfully, but playfully, often using the cement, brick, glass, stone or paper materials found in their life-sized equivalents.”