Masanobu Fuchi


Attack on Titan Creator Outs the Biggest Request He Made of the Anime

Attack on Titan's anime run will be officially coming to an end with the final part of the final season next year, but with the manga ending some time ago, the original creator behind it all opened up about the biggest request he had made for the anime adaptation. Series creator Hajime Isayama officially ended the manga's run last year, and notably made some changes to the final moments a bit after the manga's final chapter hit shelves. One can imagine that it's been a period of reflection for the creator as the anime is ending too.
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AG Letitia James blasts ex-chief in sex harass scandal, mulls criminal referral in explosive interview

State Attorney General Letitia James gave a new interview Wednesday night in which she slammed her former chief of staff, Ibrahim Khan, for engaging in sexual misconduct and said she’s considering making a referral to prosecutors to determine if he committed a crime. James made the explosive comments on NY1, after first being confronted by The Post earlier in the day outside her Brooklyn home over withering criticism that she covered up the Khan sexual harassment case until after the Nov. 8 election. The attorney general said she had not spoken to Khan since she was first made aware of the...
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Celebration, December 09 High School ⚽ Game Notice

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First-ever California offshore wind auction nets more than $400 million so far

An example of the type of tethering equipment used offshore in deep water. photo credit: United States Office of Efficiency and Renewable Energy The first auction for leases to build massive wind farms off California's coast netted bids reaching $402.1 million Tuesday, signaling the beginning of a competitive market for a new industry producing carbon-free electricity. The auction -- the first on the West Coast -- includes five sites about 20 miles off Morro Bay and Humboldt County, totaling 583 square miles of deep ocean waters. The leases from the federal government are the first step in a years-long regulatory process that could culminate...

Sean Hannity Makes Wild Assumptions About Dems After GOP Senate Fail

Fox News host Sean Hannity, despite having lent his support to unsuccessful Senate candidates Mehmet Oz and Herschel Walker, asserted Wednesday that Democrats are “not as interested in” candidate quality when compared to Republicans.Taking to the air twenty-four hours after Walker lost the Georgia runoff, providing Democrats with a 51-49 edge in the Senate for the next two years, Hannity offered what was essentially a post-mortem on the GOP’s lackluster midterm showing, similar to what “pissed” Laura Ingraham had to say on Tuesday. After mentioning early voting and ballot harvesting, Hannity admitted that while Democrats have embraced each, that same...