All I want out of RGG/Yakuza 0 is for a dramatic scene where Majima hacks off his ponytail.

seventhsontattoo:

Made some More progress on @dannydamage today #seventhsontattoo #sanfrancisco #tattooing #lukestewart

seventhsontattoo:

Made some More progress on @dannydamage today #seventhsontattoo #sanfrancisco #tattooing #lukestewart

redshifts:

anyone who owns a pair of snakeskin pants has entered into an unbreakable contract that obligates them to cosplay gilgamesh

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greatkunglao:

Ryū Ga Gotoku Zero: Chikai no Basho main protagonists.

The story is set in 1988 and it will be an origin storyline of Kiryu and Goro.

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dashawnmahone:

comicsalliance:

FROM ‘PEEPO CHOO’ TO ‘GHOST RIDER’: THE UNUSUALLY COOL CAREER OF FELIPE SMITH [INTERVIEW]
By Juliet Kahn
Felipe Smith lived the dream of a thousand starry-eyed DeviantArtists when, in 2008, his nerd-skewering masterpiece Peepo Choo debuted at Kodansha-owned manga magazine Morning 2. When asked about what went into accomplishing this feat — becoming fluent in Japanese, keeping pace with the manga industry’s rigorous schedule, being an American noticed by the manga industry at all — Smith is all shrugs and smiles. His work spans the globe, he’s completely reinvigorated Marvel’s Ghost Rider, and, as friends pop by his booth, he slides smoothly in and out of the three languages he speaks, but you know, no biggie. Smith takes it all in his stride.
Peepo Choo, a gleefully lurid tale of cultural fetishization, yakuza, teenage boys, and gravure idols, lies far afield from Ghost Rider in terms of content. But Smith’s zingy, earnest voice unites the two works, and it is this voice that makes Smith such an exciting creator with such a tantalizingly unpredictable future. ComicsAlliance sat down with him at San Diego Comic-Con to discuss living and working in Japan, nerd culture around the world, and what Robbie Reyes brings to the superhero table.
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Felipe is a boss though

dashawnmahone:

comicsalliance:

FROM ‘PEEPO CHOO’ TO ‘GHOST RIDER’: THE UNUSUALLY COOL CAREER OF FELIPE SMITH [INTERVIEW]

By Juliet Kahn

Felipe Smith lived the dream of a thousand starry-eyed DeviantArtists when, in 2008, his nerd-skewering masterpiece Peepo Choo debuted at Kodansha-owned manga magazine Morning 2. When asked about what went into accomplishing this feat — becoming fluent in Japanese, keeping pace with the manga industry’s rigorous schedule, being an American noticed by the manga industry at all — Smith is all shrugs and smiles. His work spans the globe, he’s completely reinvigorated Marvel’s Ghost Rider, and, as friends pop by his booth, he slides smoothly in and out of the three languages he speaks, but you know, no biggie. Smith takes it all in his stride.

Peepo Choo, a gleefully lurid tale of cultural fetishization, yakuza, teenage boys, and gravure idols, lies far afield from Ghost Rider in terms of content. But Smith’s zingy, earnest voice unites the two works, and it is this voice that makes Smith such an exciting creator with such a tantalizingly unpredictable future. ComicsAlliance sat down with him at San Diego Comic-Con to discuss living and working in Japan, nerd culture around the world, and what Robbie Reyes brings to the superhero table.

READ MORE

Felipe is a boss though

(via isthistakenalready)

Every Anime: We have two guys that dont know each other, let's make them fight fight fight when they meet but slowly learn to work together and be friends
Aldnoah: We have two guys that dont know each other, let's make them work together perfectly when they meet and then shoot each other later

yakuzafan:

Yakuza Zero site updated with story, locations, young Kiryu and Majima!

With the official reveal of Yakuza Zero we get to see what Kiryu and Majima look like in their 20’s and the graphical boost they’re getting thanks to the PS4!

The locations shown are Kamurocho and Soutenburi. The extra level of detail on the next gen console is truly outstanding.

The story will revolve around young Kazuma Kiryu when he was a debt collector for the Tojo and young Majima as he attempts to run a cabaret club in Soutenburi. Kamurocho redevelopment is just getting underway with proposals to make the area more friendly instead of controlled by gangs and building the millenium tower.

Tons more info to come at TGS and if you want to know more the guys over on the Yakuza Forums are translating everything!

(Source: ryu-ga-gotoku.com)

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