This is the second time that FLOW headlined MusicFest for FanimeCon in San Jose. Definitely a fan favorite amongst this crowd of Japanese Animation and Manga (comic art) enthusiast. Fans started to line up at 9am which slowly wrapped about the Civic Center, along Market street and finally ended somewhere around the Tech Musem.
Josh Safran: All I can say about him is that he definitely figures prominently in the show as the season opens, and that he has a complicated romance with one of our leads. You know, by you even saying the term “love child”, it just strikes me as funny. It’s such a soapy turn of phrase. And we might call him the love child too, in the writer’s room. But yet the show never seems soapy to us. Even if the stories seem outlandish – I’m dating an artist who happens to be the son of my best friend’s mother’s new boyfriend — the relationships between the characters, and the characters themselves, are always grounded.
Randy called it an unbelievable arrangement and an unbelievable vocal. “Mike is in it to win it,” he announced. Ellen noted that “you have the most comfort onstage” and moves easier than everyone else. She thought he was very smooth with a lot of charisma. Kara, who had previously criticized him for being too dramatic, liked that “you found the drama in the song” and “took us on a journey.” Above all, she liked that “you didn’t lose yourself.” Simon reminded viewers that Sinatra is “my favorite singer of all time.” He said that “the first three performances have been OK; now with you, that’s all changed.” He liked how Mike worked with the band.
Unlike previous mentors, Harry Connick Jr. would also be working on the arrangements. He brought some of his own band members to sit in with the band, played piano behind the contestants, and led the band. Harry had one more important note for the contestants before they began: reminding them to focus on both the melody and the words.
JS: I think kids who grew up in New York tend to circle back to New York after they go to college. I went to Tisch after high school, but I had friends who went to Yale, to Brown, to Sarah Lawrence — you were never too far away to come home on weekends, or when you didn’t have class. Blair and Georgina are at NYU, Nate is at Columbia, Serena is at Brown. Chuck is not going to college, he’s going to run Bass Industries, Jenny and Eric are still in high school. Just know that on the whole, you are going to find people in different places than where we left them. Some, in part, because of their transitions having left home, gone to college. From moving out from their family. And with the adults, Rufus and Lily are engaged.
The trivia contest lets the fans test their knowledge of anime, manga, jrock, and more with points awarded for every correct answer. It can range from older anime to anime series that has just been released on Cartoon Network. The contestants form teams to pool their knowledge and try and outsmart the other players. The winning team of this contest also receives a prize.
His more recent work involves the new Superman: Doomsday DVD and the up coming Justice League: New Frontier and also Teen Titans: Judas Contract. Justice League: New Frontier will be based on the Mini Series DC: New Frontier. It will explore the DC Universe in 1950s era at the end of the Korean War and over lay the DC history around that time. It will also feature DC Heroes from the era but may have been forgotten by time and constant rebooting of the universe.
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