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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Inspector Gadget Goes Again!

Here, have another great Gadget episode. This time, an epic adventure titled "All That Glitters"...

(The 12th episode produced, original US airdate November 26, 1983. We are still researching the exact hour of the day.)

Tuesday, May 11, 2010


So the word on the street is :

the next chapter in the naruto manga will be named : Motoi's dark secret

It is a flashback manga really. Motoi tells Yamato and Naruto how Motoi and Killer Ei was infact competing for the title of raikage. furthermore Motoi tells them how he failed to asassinate Killer Bee the Hachibi jinchuuriki. Will naruto be able to control the kyuubi?

at least that's what I've heard. we'll just have to wait and see won't we?

over and out ^^
Hi there. I know you haven't heard from me or any of us really in a long long time. But now im back and im here to pickup the torch sort of speak. and I know i promised a piece about "the princess and the frog" but Im gonna have to come back to that later. first a few info lines from yours truly.

* I will personally see to it that you will be able to get a hold of the naruto manga through our page every week. although how I am not entirely sure :P it may take some time but i'll see to it that it is done.
* secondly we are perfectly aware we may not have a lot of fans just yet. (if any) however we will do what we can to deserve your attention.
*thirdly feedback and tips may be forwarded to my email. I give you my word I will try to answer all mails in need of answering.

in other words we're back even more badass than ever. and its gonna be legen.....

wait for it!!


ciao ^^

Sunday, February 07, 2010

While Waiting for the Bat...

Are you one of those who just can't wait for the next Batman movie? Well, fear no more - I have found the perfect way to kill waiting time!

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Important notice!

Dear citizens of the Selcouth Realm. From this day forth I Roserie of Selcouth take on the royal title of Lord Pudding! Thee shalt henceforth adress me as such. Now you may go about your business!

("my Lord" may also be accepted as well as "your highness"

- Lord Pudding

Sunday, January 24, 2010

the um eh imagine of eh doctor ehm pastery?

Hi good folks. sorry im kinda late. An old lady walked by and i had to help her cross the street... Ok. So it was kinda like the worst title ever. but you would understand why i picked it. right? um yeah.I can't get myself to remember the name of that movie. even though i saw it just a couple of hours ago.

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
So i went to the movies today and i saw this fantastic movie. I mean. To honor the memory of a brilliant actor. Heath Ledger. He did a splendid performance in Batman and he did a splendid performance in this the movie is about this Doctor Parnassus and his "Imaginarium". a traveling show in wich the doctor Parnassus played by Christopher Plummer (Alexander and National Treasure) accompanied by his daughter Valentina, Percy the little persone and Anton, leads strangers through a mirror in wich they're fantasies will become a reality. However doctor Parnassus is haunted by the cunning Mr.Nick as he calls himself (the devil) whom he have made a deal with. in order to regain his mortality and seduce the woman he loves he traded his daughter Valentina. At the day of her 16th birthday she will belong to Mr.Nick. With his comrades the fantastic Anton, Percy and eventually Tony (Heath ledger)they embark on a quest against time to collect 5 souls before the devil can do the same.

A collection of some of the best actors in the biz. And the result proves so. With Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrel as bi-characters it might reflect the quality. In my opinion a brilliant piece of art from Terry Gillian (Life of brian and Monty python and the holy grail)

Sunday, January 17, 2010

The Katzenjammer Kids Report about the Economic Situation

(By Rudolph Dirks anno the early 1900s. Originally posted on the wonderful blog of Itomi Bhaa.)

Saturday, January 16, 2010


Man, thats the stuff! ill be posting a movie review this evening. just gotta get my head screwd back on. Pardon my mediocre english btw but i guess most of you have been out one friday evening before. and for those who haven't. stay in school! i figured if we could have rascism (definitely not my idea) we could hace liqour. although my point here. Mesterius is not a rasccist and im not a drunkard. we're just not that politicly correct all the time. but now i need to lay down and a bit. see ya...

Whoopee! Let's party with Mickey Mouse!

Time to watch a Mickey Mouse cartoon! And take it easy, I'm not talking about one of those later 'toons where Mickey got pupils and puffy cheeks and gradually got all grown up and boring. I'm talking about one of the vintage black and white shorts, more specifically "The Whoopee Party" from September 17, 1932. This hilarious Mickey short was produced by Walt Disney and directed by Wilfred Jackson at the time when Mickey's popularity was really soaring; and at a time when he was still a very lively, very entertaining character. Maybe even more importantly, this whole cartoon was made just for fun - which shows. They even throw in a few politically incorrect blackface gags... and while these are usually (and sadly) cut in TV screenings of today, the Disney crew (and their colleagues) did it all in good fun back in the thirties.

You might wanna be careful as to whom you mention the part about "all in good fun", though. I did in a Youtube comment for the film below and was declared an insensitive racist shortly afterwards. Ah, the joy of expressing one's opinions in the mature company of Youtube users.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

I guess we'll just have to do with a picture then.ø well well. cheeryo

God of War!

Hi there. hello hello. I am Roserie. I am NOT your father FYI. we're not that geeky. However on to serious matters. The God of war Trilogy. I will state my opinion on each of the three games. but ofcourse it will be my hopes and dreams for the third game. depending on when I manage to get this done. Well the first game was about this Kratos fellow. whom in the intro actually commits suicide. Wohooo and of the cliff he goes. This Kratos then ends up in the underworld. The land of the dead. then you must travel through greek and fight of all kinds of mythological creatures. While on your selfdestructive path to kill Ares the god of war. WHY? well along time ago Kratos made a pact with the god of war that he could take his soul when he were to die. In return Kratos would gain ultimate power and become the greatest warrior the world had ever seen next to "the hoff" (David hasselhoff) ofcourse. However it all ended tragicly when Kratos found himself standing over his dead wife (how he managed to kill his own wife in his own house without even noticing is beyond me... Anyway you follow Kratos through the entire Greece and get superduper special weapons by the gods. since they as well obviously hate Ares enough to hire a hitman (kratos)take a look at this awesome super duper action clips. "oh my god its soooo awesome Roserie-sama!!!" :P

well it might be a bit long but its cool so bare with me folks.

Go Go Gadget Sleep

Hey, how about watching one of my favorite episodes of one of my favorite television shows of all time? It doesn't get much better than that. One thing that could be better in my case right now is sleep, but while I'm catching that, you can catch Inspector Gadget's fight with "Sleeping Gas", the 22nd episode produced of the great original series. First aired in the US on February 04, 1984.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Logo Feedback Talkback

Me like logo pictures! We've got to do something about those crammed/stretched pictures, though... not to mention that unused spot to the right.

(Plus, I gotta admit I thought Johnny looked better as a centerpiece than out to the left. Whaddaya all think?)

And so it begins..

Let's get retarded~ ^.^

91 Stomperud: When Norwegian Comic Strips Really Rocked!

The naive military anti-hero 91 Stomperud was created in 1937 as a Norwegian version of a popular Swedish army strip (91:an Karlsson, 1932-). Soon, however, Norway embraced Private 91 as a cultural icon in his own right. "Nr. 91 Stomperud" became one of our most beloved, best-selling comic strips for the next three decades, and the annual Christmas Magazine is still one of our top sellers. Also, the strip has become so rooted in traditions that it still doesn't have speech bubbles... at least not yet. I'm gonna be presenting ancient strips of this internationally way too unknown gem - showing to the world that thinks Pondus is something what it was like when Norwegian comics REALLY rocked! Get set, the march is starting! These pages from the 1947 Christmas Magazine were written by Ernst Gervin and drawn by one of the finest comic artists Norway has ever fostered, Thorbjørn Weea. Click on the low-quality pictures for high-quality resolutions.

The Timely T Test


Monday, January 11, 2010

Holy Fudge!!!!

yeah baby here we are. feel the fresh air of freedom :D (its so fresh) 

And thus it starts...

We're on!