thenongeekfoundry:

You might have noticed the trend in the past few posts that I read a lot of manga. Society thinks any form of literature with pictures is for children and adults who continue to enjoy them are childish. Fortunately, this type of narrow minded view is starting to change.

I love manga, not only…

I’m back to give this blogging thing another try! The Foundry re-opens!

mintydelights:

Dj Okawari Album Covers

beautiful!

thenongeekfoundry:

This week I want to share with you a really interesting podcast called Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History. I know I’ve been doing a lot of manga lately so I thought this time I should choose a different medium. I came across this podcast while watching another amazing YouTube show called “The Flog”,…

Something a little different this week, a podcast about history with a twist!

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This week’s blog is about Chi’s Sweet Home. Cat lovers unite!

thenongeekfoundry:

This week I am going to share with you a simple but beautifully drawn manga about the best thing in the world - cats! Chi’s Sweet Home (チーズスイートホーム chīzu suīto hōmu) by Kanata Konami is a New York Times bestseller manga depicting the adventures of a little kitten called Chi and her family….

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Greatness!

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PSY’s newest single “Gangnam Style” has been making the rounds around the interwebs and has gone viral. K-pop rules!  

Hilarious read, a bit bittersweet.

Simon Rich: “Unprotected” : The New Yorker

Hilarious read, a bit bittersweet.

Simon Rich: “Unprotected” : The New Yorker

thenongeekfoundry:

This week, I want to introduce to you a very tasteful piece of work that have gained a lot of recognition since it’s serialization in 2011. Silver Spoon (銀の匙 Gin no Saji) is the new series by female artist Arakawa Hiromu, best known for her work Fullmetal Alchemist here in the West. An…

wunderkeed:

The Art of Internet Memesby Sam Spratt


Artistically awesome.

wunderkeed:

The Art of Internet Memes
by Sam Spratt

Artistically awesome.

thenongeekfoundry:

I thought it would be a great way to kick off this blog by sharing one of my favorite manga, Yotsuba&! (よつばと! Yotsuba-to!) by Kiyohiko Azuma. “to” in Japanese stands for “and”, which is always part of each chapter’s title to introduce what type of adventure or new things Yotsuba will be…

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