(Part 2) Top products from r/youtubehaiku

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We found 20 product mentions on r/youtubehaiku. We ranked the 94 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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u/GingerTron2000 · 1 pointr/youtubehaiku

You actually have a lot of options when it comes to price.

If you want to just get started then I would suggest trying out the [D&D 5th Edition Starter Set] (https://www.amazon.com/Dungeons-Dragons-Starter-Set-Roleplaying/dp/0786965592/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1484667056&sr=8-1&keywords=d%26d+5e+starter+set) for ~$17 on Amazon. I haven't used it before, but I've heard very good things about it. The Starter Set has everything you need to run a short game for 4-6 players including a shortened rule book, pre-written adventure, and character sheets.

If you want to dive right into the full game then you can pick up the [5th Edition Player's Handbook] (https://www.amazon.com/Players-Handbook-Dungeons-Dragons-Wizards/dp/0786965606/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1484667507&sr=8-1&keywords=player%27s+handbook) for ~$30 on Amazon which has all the rules and instructions necessary to make a character and run a game of D&D. If you decide that you will be the one running the game the [Monster Manual] (https://www.amazon.com/Monster-Manual-Core-Rulebook-Wizards/dp/0786965614/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1484667684&sr=8-1&keywords=monster+manual) and [Dungeon Master's Guide] (https://www.amazon.com/Dungeon-Masters-Guide-Core-Rulebook/dp/0786965622/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1484667724&sr=8-1&keywords=dungeon+masters+guide) will be helpful, but still optional.

You also have the option of finding an already existing group and joining with them. One of the best ways to learn D&D is to have a patient veteran take you through everything you need to know step-by-step. If you do not personally know anyone who plays then you could always try checking local game stores and hobby shops to see if there are any games. You can also check r/lfg to find games near you or online. Obviously if the group already has the rulebooks then the cost is potentially free.

Finally if you have anymore questions about the game you could check the D&D 5th Edition subreddit r/dndnext or the non edition specific r/DnD.

u/hillsonn · -2 pointsr/youtubehaiku

It seems that you are more on top of the new shows than me, but I think your last line sort of nails it. No one expects a lot of these shows to be life-changing. They are just for fun. What is different is that the aesthetic medium. A lot of Marvel and DC comics are pretty baseless (and the film versions even more) but the fanboy culture surrounding that seems to get a pass in the US (although I have sense some resistance to that lately).

If you really want to dig into this though, there are a number of scholars that have been thinking about the 'Why?' question concerning manga. Azuma Hiroki is the big name here, and has some interesting things to say (though it can be a bit cerebral). Here is another article by Stevie Suan that discusses Manga and Anime as well.


Why am I getting downvoted?

u/Vok250 · 1 pointr/youtubehaiku

> Even the townhall, while I'm glad it happened, was staged like it was a WWE event.

Hahaha I read a book about that in college. Empire of Illusion: The End of Literacy and the Triumph of Spectacle. Hahaha ^^oh ^^no

u/LainIwakura · 2 pointsr/youtubehaiku

It's one of my favourite films because IMO it captures the hacking mindset. It doesn't matter if it's technically accurate, spiritually they are in COMPLETELY the right place, it came out when I was only 3 years old so I saw it much later (about 12-13) when I had already gotten into hacking and computers but I felt instantly connected. Wargames was similar but I think hackers is a step above. I haven't really found similar films since then but there are some good books ('Dear Hacker' is one of my favourite because it has a huge amount of perspective)

u/megagoosey · 5 pointsr/youtubehaiku

My first thought as well, I get the impression that this is probably a "cute" parody of Bill and Ted.

EDIT: Looks like it's from this


u/Tunadude · 1 pointr/youtubehaiku

You do realize it's an article ABOUT a book right? What do you want an Amazon link so you can purchase it for yourself?


u/timelimitdraw · 3 pointsr/youtubehaiku

>In fact, you could probably consider vegan diet to be colonialist and imperialist since it was created with European climate in mind.

Decolonize Your Diet is a vegan Mexican food cookbook.

u/TitaniumPigeon · 2 pointsr/youtubehaiku

I've personally not read much of his direct work, but I do know that a good analysis of the Zizek's core philosophical arguments (and work in general, as it goes over both his early and late writings) is Zizek's Ontology by Adrian Johnston. If what you find there tickles your fancy, then it's likely everything else Zizek has written will too.

u/dditto74 · 2 pointsr/youtubehaiku

Check out the Samurai Jack comic from IDW just a couple years back. Some high quality Jack action there.

Uhh...this one.

u/Ask_me_about_birds · 23 pointsr/youtubehaiku

It was made intentionally, according to one of the actors who later wrote a book about it. It just ended up being a cult classic of "funny-bad" movies.