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  1. Hawk the Slayer sequel

    I think I saw it at the Video Rental place. I don't remember it ever being on TV. It is a fantastic bit of cheese, take a low budget movie with horrible over-acting, goofy dialog, and an elf in loafers, and make it FUN to watch and you have Hawk the Slayer. Rifftrax has it in their riffed catalog and they did a good job with it too.
  2. Hawk the Slayer sequel

    THAT I would pay to see, it would be crap but I would pay...
  3. Hawk the Slayer sequel

    Oh heck, just noticed it was from 2015... Bummer
  4. Of all the things I never thought I would see (but WANT to see) this ranks pretty much near the top. I think I'll back this one, even if it doesn't get made the mere thought of this cheesy flick getting a sequel makes me happy. https://www.theguardian.com/film/2015/jul/06/hawk-the-slayer-film-sequel-terry-marcel-jack-palance?CMP=share_btn_fb
  5. SD Macross 3D fan art, made in VR

    Incredbile work!
  6. Robotech RPG Tactics Kickstarter

    The second two I don't remember but that first game I know I've heard of before this. No idea where though.
  7. Toys R Us files Chapter 11

    One site maybe not, but across all of them there is nothing I see in a store that I have not known was coming for at least a year or more, unless there was no announcement at all and even then I still see it online first.
  8. Robotech by Titan Comics

    Don't forget Rick (if that is who that is supposed to be).
  9. Robotech by Titan Comics

  10. Toys R Us files Chapter 11

    The nearest TRU when I was growing up was an hour away so only went there a couple of times - my young self thought it was awesome but times have moved on. The thrill of seeing something new in a store is long gone - I can (and always will from now on) know about anything I might see in a store long before I would see it in the store. The internet has made it impossible not to know about new products.
  11. Macross The First

    What I would do (if I had any ability to translate, all I can do is JAVA to C#) would be to put a single number in each voice bubble and a translation off to the side, or even in a separate document.
  12. Macross The First

    If someone really wants to give it a shot google has a phone camera app that translates text in an image. To say that it is a rough translation is probably giving it too much credit but it is a start. I've used it a couple of times and it does give a hint of the gist of a conversation.
  13. Impressive! Truly amazing how it goes with just about everything.
  14. Wind River

    > Well, the union and confederacy specifically didn't use them because the first commercially viable lever-action wasn't introduced until after the civil war had ended. Union cavalry were using level action rifles throughout the war.
  15. Oh well. Started watching the on-demand of the movie today and stopped, it really is a stinker. It does have good moments but the lame bits overpower the good ones. Took a second viewing to have it sink in.