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Hey Everyone! Back with another one of these. I’m not back to writing, though I have secured a job to help me weather through the process of finding something more permanent. A new year means new things and hopefully 2014 will be even better than 2013 for me. For those curious on what I’m up to, I do regularly update my Facebook pages so be sure to check it out under the about page.

Otherwise, Xewleer has started to focus on his own writing and may make an appearance here or there with some writings. I’ve not felt much of a writing spark and I do regret that some of my writing projects have been on hold for quite a while now. Hopefully, I can get a bit more funds and eventually be able to devote alot more time to it. Anyways here’s a bit of tidbits on the next season and my expectations etc…

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Hey everyone! It’s been awhile and I’m still not back to writing full time or anything. Xewleer is still stuck in his own life’s troubles and I in mine. I haven’t totally abandoned this blog and will at least do these season anime previews for the people that look forward to that. Cheers!

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The Princess and the Pilot Afterword

Back again with another post, this time it’s an afterword! Can you guys believe the last one was almost two months ago? Surprising.

Well onto the post, I managed to watch the latest film by Madhouse and TMS Entertainment — for those unaware, these are the same fine studios that brought us the brilliant Redline, Summer Wars, The Girl Who Lept Through Time, and Akira among others — titled To Aru Hikuushi e no Tsuioku or Remembrances for a Certain Pilot, though I believe the US release title will be called, “The Princess and the Pilot.”

The plot of the film, taken straight from Wikipedia: Koroku Inumura’s original war romance light novel revolves around Charles Karino, a Revaamu Empire mercenary aerial pilot who mans the twin-seater reconnaissance seaplane Santa Cruz. One day, he receives a preposterous assignment: to fly solo over 12,000 kilometers of enemy waters to protect a girl named Fana del Moral. Fana happens to be the next in line to the empire’s throne.

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