ANNOUNCEMENT

Hi guys,

I’m not entirely sure how to start this without rambling, so I’m just going to cut straight to the point.

I started Uni in September and want to make sure I’m giving myself the best chance possible. So earlier this week I decided that for the Month of October, there’s going to be radio silence on my end. Just until I’m happy I’ve adjusted to where I want to be.

Luckily I seem to have met a really great group of people, a HUGE contrast to the humans I’ve had the misfortune to be associated with earlier this year. And these new people have done wonders for my impression of the human race.

But that’s a whole other story!

Hopefully, I’ll pick up the writing again in November, however, I feel as though I haven’t been putting my best foot forward in terms of the content on this blog.

November and December may be months light in terms content creation, but I will aim to upload when I can. Then in the new year, I’m hoping to start creating again on a more frequent timetable. That’s including, the blog, youtube and Instagram.

However, because of events earlier this year I’ve been apprehensive about creating content and sharing it across platforms again.

So the first few weeks/months after the new year will be a real trial and error project, so please bear with me until things are worked out.

Thank you for standing by,

I hope to see most of you after the new year!

 

Miyazaki going Postal

Every Ghibli movie poster is part of this beautiful postage stamp set going on sale this month

Thanks to legendary anime director Hayao Miyazaki, Kiki will finally be able to help a real delivery service.

Japan Post Holdings is releasing a commemorative set of postage stamps featuring art from all 22 Ghibli films, starting with regularly grandfathered-in Topcraft-animated Nausicaa of the Valley of the Windand stretching all the way to the upcoming European co-production The Red Turtle.

H/T: RocketNews

I Can’t Remember Where I parked the Invisible Jet!

DC Films is becoming well-known in comic circles for adapting its classic graphic novella elements when bringing their comic books to life on the big screen.  Warner Bros. has expressed a desire to make their new movies as realistic as possible. Which unfortunately for the die-hard fans, means ditching some of

Warner Bros. has expressed a desire to make their new movies as realistic as possible. Which unfortunately for the die-hard fans, means ditching some of the more fantastical aspects of the beloved heroes.

All this is more unfortunate news for the die-hard fans, as it means ditching some of the more fantastical aspects of the beloved heroes.

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Mary Poppins is pretty Blunt

Disney’s ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Gets December 2018 Release Date.

Emily Blunt is set to star in the Rob Marshall-directed film officially titled, Mary Poppins Returns.

Disney has formally announced that the Mary Poppins sequel will open on Dec. 25, 2018, more than five decades after the 1964 classic film first played in theatres.

Emily Blunt (left), Julie Andrews as ‘Mary Poppins’ (1964)

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