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Extra Life 2017!

Extra Life 2017!

It's that time of year again. The 24 hour Extra Life live stream by Ravenshire Hobby. We are doing it a bit earlier than most this year, but it's still for a great cause. Help us raise money for our local Children's Miracle Network Hospital (Texas Children's Hospital) by donating today. Have some fun and come watch our schedule. Also, we will be doing giving away some of our products to donors! Just take a look at the schedule and drawings will be done at the time listed. Just donate during the block before the drawing!

Go over to our Extra Life page and donate today!

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Laughing Salesman New (Anime Review)

Laughing Salesman New (Anime Review)
Morality tales are often difficult stories to write in a modern age; moreover, one that allows the viewer to interpret the intended morals. While the morality play was itself a genre of entertainment, during the European Medieval and early Tudor periods, it rarely finds a place in modern media as a narrative focal point. Instead the concept of morals may be used to build a story which is more about the characters, actions, dialogue, situations, and spectacles. Morals may also be used, wrongly, as a mechanism for propaganda by dictating to an audience how to behave or what to believe. With the concept of how morality has been used in media, it becomes even more impressive that a modern representation would appear in anime.
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Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions (Anime Review)

Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions (Anime Review)
Stories about traumatic events often focus on the events leading up to or directly following the event. Rarely, does a story follow those that attempt to cope with the trauma by escaping to another world and how those around the individual attempt to help. This escape from reality is further complicated when the child-like fantasies of a middle schooler attempting to be ‘cool’ by showing the world how they are ‘special’ continue into high school. While there are those, with similar past delusions of grandeur, attempting to live their idealized notion of a normal life. A slang term given to this situation is chunibyo. Precisely, chunibyo is when a middle schooler dedicates their entire personality to the self-created façade of being a fantasy character, often a vampire, demon, angel, wizard, alien, warrior or person with special bloodline.
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Dusk Maiden of Amnesia (Anime Review)

Dusk Maiden of Amnesia (Anime Review)
From the start of this 2012 series the dark horror stylings are clear. The title provides the viewer a clue with the titular character’s mental state. However, what the viewer may initially be unaware of, is how the singular word ‘Amnesia’ relates to a more collective idealism of amnesia, which occurs over time. Undocumented histories, passed down orally among those connected by blood or general location, become stories. These stories, passed among those with only a momentary connection to a specific location, often become legend. Legends, whether ill or of sound reasoning, often become, in time, distorted, bringing about a new narrative with miniscule elements of truth. Those most saddened by this line of weaved tales, would be those who originally experienced. Characters within these stories that are left still asking questions, or seeking answers, feel the most pain, and will remain, unnoticed by many onlookers, until their stories find a true end...
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