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It’s all about the spin!
This will reach a million posts before I stop reblogging EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.
Trainer Amy here, reporting from Yokohama on the recent massive Pikachu outbreak in the Japanese port city. Trainer Jaime, a veteran trainer and photographer, predicted the outbreak and was on scene. “It was like I had stepped into a different dimension,” she said. “The experience was, quite simply, shocking.” The situation now seems to be under control, but Yokohama is still experiencing the effects of being overrun by the adorable electric Pokémon. Pastry chef Lauren, when asked about her recent research on Poképuffs in Yokohama, only replied, “There were so many of them and so much to do, I just couldn’t Pika-choose!” Be on alert for cardboard hat debris, sudden power surges, or an onset of symptoms of mania due to prolonged exposure to high levels of cute.
Go read my article about our experience in Yokohama! Cameo by tacoface!
Everything’s got to end sometime, otherwise nothing would ever get started.
Eight is the magic number today as Doctor Who ended its eight-month hiatus and began its eighth season with its eight hundred and first episode, “Deep Breath.” A fitting title, as it was precisely what fans were doing as they witnessed the debut of the Doctor’s latest regeneration, played by Scotsman Peter Capaldi.
As hinted at in previews and interviews over the past few months, this new era of the massively popular scifi series seems to be taking a darker and more serious turn, which is certainly a departure from the quirky Raggedyman, but not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, it might be just the revival the show needs, which has been bogged down in convoluted storylines for the past season or so. “Deep Breath” packs plenty of intellect and action into its hour-plus runtime, but stays focused on the task of delivering a creative and coherent season premiere.