October has been barreling towards a speedy end, at least for me personally, and it feels a bit crazy that time went by as quickly as it did. Technically, my video game challenge progress report should really be going up October 31st. But if you’ve read my special overview of what was going on with my blog during this whole month, you’d know I’ll be going away for a bit. In the interest of not wasting any more time, let’s see how I did with my ongoing game challenge.
Here’s something we haven’t seen on my blog in a while––a guest post! This week’s guest blogger is Christopher Meharg of Anime Science 101. Christopher’s blog takes an anime he enjoys and proceeds to explain the accuracy or inaccuracy of the science behind one concept featured in the anime. Whether it’s about time travel or even the color of an anime character’s hair, Christopher likes to break his topics down for anime fans looking for a more scientific approach to anime. I may not have been the best science student in the world, but his posts are really fascinating to read and I learn something new in the process. Today’s post talks about the science behind the light hawk wings from Tenchi Muyo. Check out Christopher’s blog for more anime and science related posts from him. Follow him on Twitter or like his Facebook page.
When New York Comic Con descends upon the Javits Center, it almost feels as if the circus has come into town. Oh what a circus it is filled with parades of Harley Quinns and Luigis of all shapes and sizes. It’s impossible to contain the energy and excitement that’s felt near and around the convention center. October is the month locals and out of towners look forward to each year to be a part of the geekiest and nerdiest love fest you’ll ever see, and attending just one day of the convention is still enough for me to get my fix every year.
Entering the month of October for most people means there’s a lot going on from anticipated video game releases to more fall shows returning or debuting for the first time on television. October for me and the blog will be an especially busy time and I want to outline what you can expect from me this month.