Wednesday, February 29, 2012

The Rave Corner

Hello to new and returning viewers! I decided to test a new name to this site called, "The Rave Corner." I think a new name can be one out of many changes that will benefit this site in the future. Rest assured though that the name will not be changing frequently. I'm just looking for a new one that could pop more! Also, all previous posts will eventually be re-edited to only replace the old name "A&D's Corner" with the new one.

If you like the new name or would prefer something else, feel free to leave a comment below. You are also welcomed to subscribe through blogger or by twitter (@TheRaveCorner).

Sunday, February 26, 2012

SM Entertainment Acquires "Happy Hawaii"

Re known South Korean entertainment agency SM Entertainment acquired a travel agency specializing in Hawaii called, "Happy Hawaii" through a capital increase. This will be SM Entertainment's first attempt in the travel industry business. Their agency has been renamed, "SM Town Travel" and they aim to combine their brand with the global popularity of K-Pop and Hallyu as they come up with various travel packages. They also want to become an agency that hopefully exchange cultures through education and cultural exchange programs.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Relive HUSTLE on YouTube

Pro-wrestling in Japan have been commonly known as "strong style" to wrestling fans. Japanese promotions always delivered matches that were mostly action with very little or no melodrama. That is until Nobuhiko Takada managed HUSTLE.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Head Robots: Blood the Dark Warrior Review

Welcome back to another edition of Saibaa Nichiyoobi. As mentioned before from my review of Bludgeon, I want to review an upgrade kit for him called, Blood the Dark Warrior. After market manufacturers, Head Robots, produced extra accessories that are supposed to replace some of the major complaints we have with Bludgeon. Did the upgrade kit live up to our expectations? Let's find out!

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

New Kaiju figure releases by S.H. MonsterArts

Tamashii Nations and Bandai partnered up to create Kaiju toys from the Godzilla movie franchise that will have multiple points of articulation. In October 2011, Bandai and Tamashii Projects released their very first figure: Godzilla (Heisei version). MechaGodzilla (Heisei version) was released in December 2011.

This year (2012), S.H. MonsterArts line will introduce more figures from the Heisei era.

Say What?! K-Pop in 30! (2/7/12)

Today, I'd like to try something different with my K-Pop posts. Because I've been so busy lately, I cannot keep up with K-Pop news very often. Therefore, on a random day like this, I read as many news articles I could from within 30 minutes. Whatever news feed made me reply "Say what?!" ends up here.

Friends, I bring you "Say What?! K-Pop in 30!" for February 7, 2012.
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