The voice actors of DBZ do battle, and it is glorious. *NOTE: This is a PREVIEW, not the whole thing.
Gantz is a sexually-charged sci-fi head-trip a gory experiment in flesh and blood where the only thing worse than dying is dying again. If you are chosen by the bizarre black sphere known as the Gantz, you are already dead. You remember dying, yet you can eat, sleep, have sex; it feels a lot like life. Strangers join you in this limbo. While some are good, some are very bad. All are dead like you for now. You might be able to reclaim your mortality. But first, the Gantz demands that you undertake missions of brutality and madness, killing aliens hidden among the population. It is your only chance and you have no choice. You must play this disturbing game. You must experience this nightmare. And if you die again and you likely will its permanent. As Gantz opens, alienated high-school student Kei Kurono and his childhood friend Masuru Kato are killed rescuing a wino whos fallen on the subway tracks. They wake up in a room dominated by Gantz, a mysterious black sphere that sends them and other newly dead people on missions to kill weird aliens hiding on Earth. Among the recently departed is buxom redhead Kei Kishimoto, and Kuronos visible reactions to her overendowed figure constitute one of the running gags in the series. But Kei falls for Kato, who cant bring himself to shoot even the most grotesque alien-although he has no qualms about beating a menacing upperclassman to a pulp. After each assignment, Gantz awards the surviving participants points: if anyone makes it through enough battles and takes out enough aliens to acquire 100 points, theyre set free. The inane plot is little more than an excuse to show all the blood, gore, and nudity the filmmakers can pack into each 22-minute episode. Although Kurono goes berserk fighting aliens, he cant save his friends from being crushed, shot, eviscerated, and cut in half. The story shifts illogically, violating rules that were established a few episodes earlier, before stumbling to a conclusion that has nothing to do
Want to add to your collection without breaking the bank? Bring home a bargain with the Super Amazing Value Edition! As a 22 year old NEET (Not pursuing Education, Employment or Training), Satou has also developed into a recluse. With the help of new friends, he realizes the direction his life is heading and knows that only he can overcome his fears. Satou has made the decision to change and with the support of his friends can commit to breaking his hikikomori ways and move away from the NEET Lifestyle.
War Reporting for Cowards
Published to rave reviews and now available in paperback, Death by Leisure is the incisive, irreverent, and savagely funny story of British journalist Chris Ayres’s attempt to infiltrate the American leisure class (and find true love) in the credit-fueled years before the economic collapse. When the bubble bursts, however, Ayres must learn to live without the billionaire balls, supermodel girlfriends, foie gras pina coladas, and caviar facials to which he’s grown accustomed. Just like the rest of us, alas.
Chris Ayres is a small-town boy, a hypochondriac, and a neat freak with an anxiety disorder. Not exactly the picture of a war correspondent. But when his boss asks him if he would like to go to Iraq, he doesn't have the guts to say no. After signing a 1 million dollar life-insurance policy, studying a tutorial on repairing severed limbs, and spending 20 thousand dollars in camping gear (only to find out that his bright yellow tent makes him a sitting duck), Ayres is embedded with a battalion of gung ho Marines who either shun him or threaten him when he files an unfavorable story. As time goes on, though, he begins to understand them (and his inexplicably enthusiastic fellow war reporters) more and more: Each night of terrifying combat brings, in the morning, something more visceral...
Chris Ayres - IMDb
Chris Ayres, Actor: Honogurai mizu no soko kara. Chris Ayres was born on May 16, 1965 in Richmond, Virginia, USA as Christopher Owen Ayres. He is known for his work ...
Christopher Ayres - Wikipedia
Christopher Ayres; Born: Christopher Owen Ayres (1965-05-16) May 16, 1965 (age 51) Richmond, Virginia, United States: Residence: Houston, Texas: Other names
Chris Ayres - Wikipedia
Chris Ayres (born 1975) is a New York Times-bestselling author and journalist. He was born in 1975 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, but now lives in Los Angeles.