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space-arcadia:

20th Century Boys
(Naoki Urasawa, Big Comic Spirits, 1999-2006)

my room

space-arcadia:

20th Century Boys

(Naoki Urasawa, Big Comic Spirits, 1999-2006)

my room

Naoki Urasawa did Godzilla fanart.
Can he just do fanart for everything, please

Naoki Urasawa did Godzilla fanart.

Can he just do fanart for everything, please

fuckyeahjohanliebert:

Although he only appeared in a few episodes, it is difficult to forget Peter Jürgens, one of Dr. Gillen’s patients. Jürgens was a serial killer with a rather disturbing past, and a cassette recording in episode 19 revealed some of the horrors he endured.

"Yes, I was punished every day as a child, by my mother. Whenever I was hit, I would always go down to the basement… and down there was a huge doll my mother loved… a long-haired… female doll. When I was being hit, I pleaded to that doll for help… but it just sat, grinning and watching in the darkness, as my mother beat me. I don’t even want to remember… that place… And in that storage room were many many pictures of my mother. Everywhere I looked… mother… mother… mother… always, always watching over me!"

As it would turn out, the same doll that haunted Jürgens is part of the Bébé line, a series produced by the French company Jumeau. The first Bébé dolls were made in the 1870s, and quickly became popular among children. They are characterized by their bisque heads, paperweight glass eyes, and exaggerated eyebrows. Today these dolls are valued at thousands of dollars apiece.

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That doll scared the FUCK out of me when I first watched that episode.

Chill out!

cloverinblue:

I don’t remember if abeiramar posted this or if this was just discussion between us but the jacket Tenma wears in Prague resembles what Richard Kimble wears in The Fugitive (along with the color scheme) .

oh shit, I never noticed that

fuckyeahjohanliebert:

The haunting melody that plays during Monster's opening, “Grain”, is arguably a very memorable part of the anime. Accompanied by a selection of animations, it features locations seen throughout the series, many of which can be found in real life.

The top row contains one of the opening’s first slides, known by fans as the “Scenery for a Doomsday”. It can be found by the Ore Mountains near the Czech-German border.

The second row features the doorway to the New Town Hall in Munich, and the final two are near Nové Město and Charles Bridge in Prague.

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This is the coolest post.

hey

hey

Knock-knock.
Whose there?
Lunge.
Lunge who?
Inspector Heinrich Lunge of the BKA.
cloverinblue:

As a young child, Urasawa’s parents were often busy and, for some reason or another, he was not allowed to play with the neighborhood kids so he spent a lot of time inside with his grandmother drawing and reading manga.
The above is an autobiographical drawing he drew for NHK’s 仕事の流儀, a program which chronicles the lives of professionals. 

little baby urasawa
you’re gonna be big one day, kid

cloverinblue:

As a young child, Urasawa’s parents were often busy and, for some reason or another, he was not allowed to play with the neighborhood kids so he spent a lot of time inside with his grandmother drawing and reading manga.

The above is an autobiographical drawing he drew for NHK’s 仕事の流儀, a program which chronicles the lives of professionals

little baby urasawa

you’re gonna be big one day, kid

z-a-s-1:

(Johan)
モンスター Monster

just gets scarier and scarier