|All Hail the Great and Powerful Skeleton!|
No wait! I found the back scan of the mini-poster of the mini-poster!
And finally, here's the DEAD SUSHI trailer:
I guess I should mention that my second article was on the film C.H.U.D. For this story I touched upon New York under then mayor Ed Koch and the homeless condition that led to the story of C.H.U.D.
First, although you would think otaku, who are basically social misfits into fantasy stuff of one kind or another, would be more receptive to the thought of people from other lands (I'm talking about foreigners) in reality they have to be one of the most closed minded lot I've met. The fierce pride felt for their precious fantasy anime worlds, dewy-eyed ink drawn female characters, and gargantuan breasted high school girl model kits makes no sense. Given the nature of their interest, treating non-Japanese like the minority family who has just moved into the homogenous neighborhood seems to go against the nature of the imaginative driven world they use for escape. It would be like going to an event celebrating the multi-race universe of Star Trek one day and then the next going to a Klan meeting.