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Interview with creator of Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood in new Lavish World Magazine

Aug 21, 2012 @ 15:14


We finally have the opportunity to give you some more information on the new issue of our magazine. Still working hard on it, we put together a little trailer to give you a little preview on what we have in store for you.

For instance, we have an interview with fashion brand Create, who we've posted about several times. We also have Martin Esso, someone who is becoming quite a name in the fashion world with his website Montaigne Street. He has some info on the recent showing at Cannes, with some very exclusive information on "Cruel Summer". Another interesting interview is with Yasuhiro Irie, who worked on shows like Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Cowboy Bebop, Escaflowne, Digimon and the recent Kids on the Slope. But that's not all. We also made sure that we had an interview with Wes Ball, who has created one of the most interesting, breathtaking short features of this year called "RUIN".

What we'd also like to let you know is that, accompanying our interview with Yasuhiro Irie, we have put together an Anime Top Five. Now it wouldn't be fair to preach and not practice, so we've also created a torrent so that you can download all the episodes of these shows. And talking about downloading, we've decided to let loose the whole Neptunes Discography which everyone is waiting for us to re-upload. As you might have noticed with our first two volumes (Volume 1 & Volume 2), we've redesigned the cover art and found more songs thanks to the complete discography at TheNeptunes.org. And if that's not enough, we've got the Watch The Throne Tour Book, for which we'll also release backgrounds and other exclusive content.

Aug 27, 2012 @ 04:38
where can i read that interview though?

and see the mag in full?

EDIT: saw the website magazine is dope, only wack articles IMO were the big sean articles

dude's lame af

like the mag though, bookmarked, looking foward to that interview
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