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Highschool dxd Season 5: Release date, plot, cast and Trailer



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After a very long wait of more than two years, the arcade Highschool dxd is eventually making its return using the fifth year. The announcement placed first fears that the series might have been pinpointed to rest. Although the official premiere date isn’t accessible, it will most likely be published by ancient 2021.

Tetsuya Yanagisawa directs highschool dxd. It first came out on January 6th, 2012, and instantly won the hearts of a massive fanbase. The unconventional plot of the story makes it more intriguing and unexpected from the viewer’s standpoint. The series is also famous for its light-hearted comedy and moments of pure courage, which may be a real tear-jerker at times!

Highschool did Season 5 Plot

Highschool dxd follows a high school student, Issei Hyodo, killed by his date, a fallen angel. However, he’s revived by Rias Gremory, whose real identity was a devil. Since Rias had reincarnated him, he also turned into a devil and needed to become her faithful servant.

After the disapproval from enthusiasts when season 3 strayed from the manga, it looks like season 5 will probably be sticking to the narrative from the 11th and 12th volumes of the manga. Fans are also expecting to see more of this white dragon emperor and the big red.

Highschool did Season 5 Cast 

The cast of the Highschool did year five stays untouched. It’ll be following the same cast as the previous seasons. Including:

  • Ayana Taketaksu as Koneko Toujou.
  • Yûki Kaji as Issei Hyodou.
  • Shizuka Ito as Akeno Himejima.
  • Yoko Hikasa as Rias Gremory.
  • Azumi Asakura as Asia Argento.

Highschool did Season 5

Although this isn’t like the well-known animes like Naruto and One Piece, Highschool dxd brings its unique charm to the mixture. It combines completely different genres into a single and manages to pull it off nicely. Coming into the year, this show is certainly worth the wait!


5 Promising Superhero Games Cancelled For Insane Reasons





We Almost Had A Decent Superman Game … But Then They Tried To Arkham It Up

Superman video games range from awkward and confusing to straight-up crimes against humanity, but it’s not like no one wants to make a good one. In fact, since the mid-2000s, various companies have worked very hard to produce the first truly great Superman game, but some sort of mystical curse is working even harder to prevent it.

First, a developer called Factor 5 spent a year creating an open-world Superman game for PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii that would have featured Doomsday and fully destructible environments, which sounds like a GOTY-worthy combination. That’s all a Superman game really needs to be: just let us punch villains through buildings, man. Leave the good stories for the comics and the ham-fisted symbolism for the movies.

Unfortunately, the game’s publisher, Brash Entertainment, collapsed under the weight of too many shitty shovelware games like Alvin and the Chipmunks and Space Chimps, and they took this game to the grave with them. A few years later, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment started another ambitious open-world Superman project that would have featured a “massive Metropolis” and tons of heavy-hitter villains to hit heavily (like Zod or Darkseid). Despite some cool concept art, this one was cancelled pretty fast, probably because WB figured no one would play a game where a red and blue superhero zips around a big city doing superhero stuff.

Insomniac Games/Sony
*cough, cough*

The most recent attempt that we know about would have been set inside the bottled city of Kandor, which is literally a Kryptonian city shrunk down and stuffed inside a bottle, because comics. Villains included Brainiac and Doomsday, and things looked promising … until WB decided that all their DC-related games had to use the same game engine as Batman: Arkham Asylum (a “heavily modified” version of the Unreal 3 engine, optimized for dudes in bat suits beating up 20 people at once). Arkham-izing the game would have made flying difficult, and flying’s kind of a big part of the Superman character, so the project came crashing down like, well, a Superman who can’t fly.

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Khloé Kardashian And Scott Disick Team Up For Another Legendary Prank On Matriarch Kris Jenner




If there’s one thing we’ve learned about the Kardashian family through the years-long run of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, its that they love a good prank.

Khloé Kardashian recently decided it was time to prank momager, Kris Jenner, again in the season premiere. It’s actually a continuation of a prank from last season that saw Khloé dress up as Kris. She took some unflattering photos, but they weren’t believable enough. This time, she hatched a foolproof plan.

Khloé decided to start at dinner with Kris, Kris’s boyfriend Corey Gamble, and sister Kim Kardashian West. Khloé tells Kris she’s trying a martini for the first time and asks her to join in.

What Kris doesn’t know is that Khloé’s martinis are actually just water.

The plan worked, leaving Kris more than tipsy before the night’s end. Kim gave Khloé the genius tip to bring things to the next level.

“Kim had this master idea of reaching out to my mom’s assistant,” Khloe relayed in a confessional.

“As soon as my mom gets home tonight, and she’s drunk and throwing her clothes all over the floor or whatever, to get all of her stuff, throw it in a trash bag and Kim will get it to me and I will be in the Kris Jenner outfit from my toes to my jewelry.”

The next day, Khloé’s glam squad helped her transform into Kris. With Scott Disick and a photographer in tow, she was off to take some embarrassing pictures. She pretended to dumpster dive and puke publicly. Then, Khloé and Scott let Corey in on the joke before getting Kris’ publicist to call her, warning her of the photos.

“I know I was really tipsy and I had a lot to drink, but I always rely on Corey,” Kris lamented after learning of the photos.

“I couldn’t have any more security, and yet somebody has photos of me, drunk as a skunk at a pit stop that we apparently made.”

When Kris started getting really upset, Khloé and Scott came clean.

“Wow, wow! I honestly don’t like you guys anymore,” she leveled at the mischievous pair.

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The Emmys Censored The Word ‘WAP,’ And Viewers Are Puzzled And Delighted




Sunday’s Emmys were looser than usual (more award shows should involve things being set on fire), but it is with a heavy heart that I must announce that the censors are it again. While presenting the award for Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series, Orange Is the New Black‘s Laverne Cox said, “I am living proof of the American dream that anyone in this country can lose the Emmy four years in the same category and yet somehow end up on this stage presenting an award to someone who probably didn’t…” That’s when her mic cut out, leaving viewers to wonder what was bleeped out. It turns out, it was “effing.” Not “f*cking,” but “effing,” as in, “…presenting an award to someone who probably didn’t effing vote for me.” That somehow wasn’t the silliest bleep of the evening.

Anthony Anderson was one of the few famous faces (along with Jason Bateman) to join host Jimmy Kimmel at the Staples Center, where he discussed all the Black people who were nominated for an Emmy this year. “These Emmys would have been NBA All-Star weekend and Wakanda, all wrapped in one. This was supposed to be the Blackest Emmys ever,” the black-ish star said. “These Emmys would have been so Black, it would have been ‘hot sauce in your purse’ Black. It would have been ‘Howard University homecoming’ Black. It would have been ‘you fit the description’ Black. We would have had speeches quoting our great poets like Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes, Cardi B…”

The censor, who is not a “certified freak”, was ready (if a half-second late):

Anderson went on to say that there would have been speeches quoting Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes, and even Cardi B. “‘WAP,’ Jimmy,” Anderson said, repeating “WAP” several times and causing a gap in the audio [that was] ABC censoring Anderson.

“WAP,” the mega-hit from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, stands for “wet ass p*ssy,” and although Anderson never actually said any of those words, the mere mention of the acronyms was enough to turn ABC into Helen Lovejoy. Maybe it was for the best, though. “WAP” is not something anyone should have to explain to their innocent parents.

Here’s the full clip. At least Anderson got one “WAP” in there.

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