Hi guys, sorry for the long absence. Sometimes its hard to put things down in a journal and I have to get a good idea of where something is going too before writing it too.
I've been playing a lot of Disney Infinity lately and I really like it. I love the creativity of it, the fun story modes, the different styles of gameplay in the main game and in each single DI figure the developers crammed in adds to a diverse experience. A negative thing to say would be that there is TONS of level grinding much like Pokemon to level up your characters to get chances to get something in the toy box vault and there aren't very much for story modes. There's only story modes for Monster's University, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Incredibles, Cars, The Lone Ranger and Toy Story In Space. There's nothing for something you would think would be good for story modes like Wreck-It-Ralph or Frozen or Phineas and Ferb or even The Nightmare Before Christmas. My mom got me Davy Jones from Pirates so now I have 8 figures; Captain Jack, Mr.Incredible, Sulley, Jack Skellington, Lone Ranger, Tonto, Mickey Mouse and now Davy Jones. My aunt is in Florida now and I asked if she could find me Anna and Elsa and maybe Wreck-It-Ralph and Vanellope.
I have been reading How to Make Webcomics and it is informative as it is kind of scary to me. I fear that I might fail at making me and 's comic Emerald City Comix. It talks a lot of digital stuff like and merchandising and conventions its scary to me. I know its a lot of hard work but I wish I personally knew someone who does stuff like this.
Just last night my mom brought me a copy of How to Draw The Marvel Way and its really cool. I love the vintageness of it as it was published in 1977 and it has Luke Cage in his classic costume.
I think one of my all time albums in the world would be Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem it is so good. The singing for all of these characters are only done by less than half a dozen people and they really shine here. The songs are all great and catchy and very majestic. Its not a straight up heavy metal or rock its a mix of both and I'd recommend it in a heartbeat. Catch it here;