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Coraline and the Other Cake

Adjani Gama Dessavre It’s a book, it’s a movie, it’s a great animation, and it’s a piece of perfection! I am talking about Neil Gaiman’s Coraline. Coraline is a story I genuinely love in so many levels. I’ve heard Neil Gaiman (in his masterclass) talk about the importance of being truthful when you create a […]

Happy Mexican Children’s Day!

A Special Issue to Celebrate Children’s Day in Mexico Today, April 30th, Mexico celebrates Children’s Day. All of us, The Cake | us vs reality bakers, decided to bake a special cake in honor of every geek kid out there, as well as our geek inner child. We have sweetened this cake with special memories […]

No End of the World During the End of the World

Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra To Kill a MockingGeek is a HUGE stereotype hyperbole (NO WAY!) that talks about why Geeks are probably the best mentally prepared sector of the global population for facing the end of the world. It also explains why we are very likely to die first or, at best, die anyway. We are indeed […]

A Matter of Loaf and Cheesecake

Adjani Gama Dessavre Different animation studios have different styles and stories behind their creations. Unquestionably, Aardman is a brilliant studio that leaves a mark on its work, mainly if we say stop-motion. With a story that goes back to the ’70s and a mash of genius ideas, it is one of the best animation studios […]

FUNNIME: A Lousy, Terrible Descriptive Pun I Just Invented for the Fabulous LOL Anime Asobi Asobase

Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra I started watching pretty basic and popular anime when I was a kid, like almost everyone. Still, I didn’t continue progressing towards achieving a refined personal taste on not-so-popular anime later on because I’m more of a gamer. When I was little, I liked Dragon Ball, Pokémon, Sakura Card Captors, and other simple […]

Anpanman: Our Bread Messiah

A “Japanese Breads and Cakes” Special Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra When I was in college, I had the opportunity to take a Global Politics course with a Japanese sensei. He was nice and funny, but he was also a little bit cynical about how power works (try more REALISTIC), particularly in Asia. However, he admitted that being […]