Black Cat is a manga/anime about a former assassin named Train Heartnet who is a bounty hunter. He then gets tangled up with his former partner's plans on talking over the world and he wants Train to join this organization he's making. More info here. You can read the manga at Mangafox or OneManga and the anime you can find it at anime-sub and CrackAnime.
Both the anime and manga are different in terms of events, when the characters meet and their interactions. For instance, in the manga two years have passed since Train left being an assassin while in the anime the events start on his last days as an assassin. Both versions are great, but I recommend the manga because there's a lot more action there and also more character development.
x3 One last tale from the grocery store, because I got promoted to a position where I can't goof off like I used to.
The produce department's floor was cleared off of all the tables so it could be waxed. I thought it would be a good idea to ride a grocery cart across the floor. So I get a running start, jump onto the cart, and sail along for a few feet before the cart's wheel gets stuck on something and I wind up with a grocery cart handle in my stomach. XD;
But yes, I now has promotion, so tomorrow night's going to be my last night dealing with the strange underbelly of a grocery store.
Hm, well I got half of the entries done already, but I planned to finish off the Serebii ones today. I usually don't like this kind of thing because I believe the judges should look at all the works. Also, not sure the contestants' reaction to see only one review. However, I'm quite busy at the moment so splitting the entries can lighten the workload for all of us, so this shouldn't be a problem. I guess I'll be fine with this.
Just two I didn't get to do yet. Yeah, I thought we would have to sent out the scores and reviews as soon as possible (since the Get Together is drawing to a close soon), so I went ahead and finish the reviews last night and this morning. XD;
There is some strange new fad taking place in grocery stores these days. People like opening loaves of bread and leaving bread pieces all over the floor. It's very weird. Especially when you don't expect to find bread all over the floor.
It's also the same with juice bottles. People like dropping those, so I find large puddles of juice on the floor. Not nice, but this happens during the busiest weeks of the year. XD