PSY – GENTLEMAN M/V

PSY – GENTLEMAN M/V
 

Published on Apr 13, 2013

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Kamehameha Schoolgirl Trend in Japan

With the imminent release of a new Dragonball Z movie at the end of this month in Japan a new trend has raised. Well in America we have the Harlem Shake, in Japan many schoolgirls are taking pictures with there friends and posting them while imitating the Kamehameha (a signature attack of the main hero and his allies). This trend is spreading quickly. Here are a few examples form:   http://kotaku.com/recommended
please make sure to check out there site as well.

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods is coming out any day now, the first DBZ movie to get a theatrical release in 17 years. Heck even KFC Japan is promoting it. So Anime fans and Dragonball Z fans rejoice and have some fun. Maybe here at Seth’s Games and Anime we can get America following this trend, and an American release date for this new movie.

This is your friend Mark wishing you all a great month of Dragonball Z.

http://matome.naver.jp/odai/2136420834172042501?&page=1

A Garfield less X-Mas

An Arbuckle Christmas (with Twist Ending)

(Garfield minus Garfield Christmas Special) Jon Arbuckle, an awkward young man dealing with the aftermath of his childhood schizophrenia, revisits the rural town he grew up in for the Holidays. While home, he learns the true meaning of Christmas when he spends some much needed time with his grandmother who is dealing with the early effects of Alzheimer’s.