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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Status Quo Sunday Has Reached a Dead End

PATREON SONG #2 COMES OUT TOMORROW!

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Art by Miguel Mercado

LESS THAN 3 WEEKS UNTIL HOLIDAY MATSURI!

Hardcore Nerdcore Punk (3:45 PM, Panel Room A)



Crank your Holiday Matsuri up to 11 when Rhythm Bastard brings his mix of punk rock and fandom to the stage! You like video games? Comics? Card games? Come on down and open the pit up!
Holmat Slam  (5:00 PM, Panel Room A)
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Get ready to rumble in the hypest fake wrestling event Holiday Matsuri has ever seen! From the people who brought you AFO Rumble, Mizu-Mania, and Iwai-vor Series, comes Holmat Slam!

Play some old N64 Wrestling games, and compete for the chance to win a championship belt!


 RECTANGULAR RECKONING- Secret Tempo Mage #1
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Secret Tempo Mage
Class: Mage
Format: Standard
Year of the Mammoth

2x (1) Babbling Book
2x (1) Mana Wyrm
2x (2) Arcanologist
2x (2) Frostbolt
2x (2) Medivh's Valet
2x (2) Primordial Glyph
2x (2) Sorcerer's Apprentice
2x (3) Arcane Intellect
2x (3) Counterspell
1x (3) Ice Block
2x (3) Kirin Tor Mage
2x (3) Mirror Entity
2x (4) Fireball
2x (6) Kabal Crystal Runner
1x (7) Bonemare
2x (7) Firelands Portal

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JAM OF THE WEEK: "Dead End In Tokyo" by Man With A Mission
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Daryl Toh, an artist on Tumblr, got me into Man With A Mission, an Japanese Rock Band that wear wolf masks. They do have a lot of "Anime Opening" type songs, but "Dead End In Tokyo" and "Dog Days" are closer to a sound from them that I want to see more of: spastic, hard and electric. Those two songs are the perfect soundtrack to a 3AM speed down the Turnpike.

It also helps that "Dead End" was produced in conjunction with Patrick Stump from Fall Out Boy. As fans of the show might know, I'm a sucker for those Fall Out Boy turns of phrase, and this does sound not too far off from what FOB has been doing on more recent albums like "Save Rock and Roll" and "American Beauty/American Psycho"


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