Before the ending of the Naruto manga last November, teasers and announcements were already popping up across the internet, hinting what ‘The Last’ movie would involve. As the final weekly chapters of Naruto crept up, it was announced that ‘The Last: Naruto the Movie’ would focus almost entirely on the time period between the two final chapters, 699 and 700. The chapters focusing on the relationship between Naruto and Hinata.
The movie opened in December 2014 for Japanese audiences, and is the highest grossing Naruto movie to date. As long time Naruto fans, we could not miss the Los Angeles screenings of ‘The Last’ in February. Thankfully, the awesome team at Funimation hooked us up with some tickets.
*warning: possible spoilers ahead*
We celebrate geek girl friendships and answer questions about how to make geek girl friends, and how to deal with the awkwardness when you’re not into fandoms that your other geeky friends love.
This is the first part of a two video discussion between Chubby Bunny, myself, and our friend Mandie (GeekyGlamorous.com).
Watch part 2, where we discuss dealing with drama, cliquey behavior, and maintaining friendships:
So how about it? Do you have any other advice on how to make Geek Gal Pals?
Let us know!
Binan Kouko Chikyuu Bouei-Bu LOVE (Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE) or Boei-bu, kicked off the Winter Anime season this week on Crunchyroll, meeting a lot of expectations after releasing their funny teasers last Fall. The show delightfully plays on the mahou shoujo (magical girl) trope, giving nods to iconic shows like Sailor Moon, and the long running Pretty Cure.
Christmas season is upon us, and now more than ever there are many geek gifting options.
I’ve seeing the various geeky gifts lists pop up here and there, gifts for lady geeks, gifts for dude geeks, gifts for lazy geeks, and so on.
But lets be honest, tis the season of giving, and buying for our fellow geeky friends what we could never justify buying for ourselves. Not because we don’t love treating ourselves to well earned gifts, but because sometimes we feel a tad bit guilty buying those $20.00 geek themed cookie cutters when we should probably spend that money responsibly, like on booze or kitty litter.
I have compiled a list of 10 awesomely geeky gifts that we love, and would love to receive, though we might not necessarily buy for ourselves. However, we would have zero problems buying this for our friends or significant others (hint hint, significants!) I have also made this list completely absent of t-shirts and leggings, much as I love them, I think we can aim to be a little more creative than what we normally give our fellow geeks.
These 3D ornaments are rather gorgeous, and would be an amazing addition to any geek themed Christmas tree.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that when your best friend gets engaged, you need to throw her an amazing bridal shower.
When Michelle and I first met, we bonded over our love of all things geeky: otaku culture, cosplay, comic books, video games, and of course… Jane Austen.
Naturally, when Austenland came out last year, we watched it. And when I say “watched it”, I mean that there wasn’t a single weekend in this year where we both didn’t watch this movie together, or separately, and then quoted it back to each other.
When she asked me to be her Maid of Honor, I knew that the one thing I had to do was throw her a surprise Austenland themed bridal shower.