Okay so today,  not much happened in the world news so, I’ve got like 3 things to cover and half the time I was distracted by NCFC. Which if you haven’t heard of, what’s wrong with you, go now; But in all seriousness, they do have a live stream which  was taking up a large majority of time and since I’ve been slacking so much lately, it’s probably cause of that. I mean, I don’t really do much in my life, but every now and then shit happens, like NCFC, and I get to look at it. Btw, first day today of NCFC, not bad, am really impressed with the game play and if you haven’t seen already, they have full versions of some games like Psycho Waluigi and I believe Midas Machine might be done, but I’m not sure. Anyway, only 2 topics to cover this Monday so let’s do it.

First up is Queen’s blade Yuri anime announcement…this is obv not safe for work so I’ll spare you the images and only keep the text.

Queen’s Blade Rebellion Anime Announced

Top yuri sex anime Queen’s Blade is returning to TV in the form of Queen’s Blade Rebellion (not be confused with Queen’s Gate) and looks set to continue the energetic female-on-female rape antics the series is so beloved for.

Exact dates are as yet up in the air, but the characters and their respective seiyuu have been made public:

Annelotte – Aya Endo

Huit – Minako Kotobuki

Siggy – Yu Kobayashi

Mirim – Aki Toyosaki

Elina – Kaori Mizuhashi

Tanyan – Haruka Tomatsu

Sainyan – Kei Shindou

Ymir – Ayaka Saito

Eirin – Kaoru Mizuhara

In the meantime, the first OVA will be released alongside the Queen’s Blade Premium Visual Book on October 29th 2011, to be followed by another OVA with the Queen’s Blade Rebellion Premium Visual Book on January 28th 2012.

Those unfamiliar with Rebellion need look no further than the following images for all any sensible person needs to know about the franchise: [insert wiki link here]

Moving right along is news about Libya…brought to you by the christian science monitor. Hahahahah!

Sharia law to be main source of legislation in Libya

Sharia law is set to guide Libyan legislation, but the transitional government insists it will be moderate.

By KIM GAMEL, Associated Press / October 25, 2011

After giving a speech that emphasized the Islamization of Libya, the head of the transitional government on Monday tried to reassure the Western powers who helped topple Moammar Gadhafi that the country’s new leaders are moderate Muslims.

Just as in neighboring Tunisia and Egypt, Islamists have emerged from yet another Arab Spring uprising as the most powerful group in the country. How far they will go will be decided at the ballot box — in Tunisia this week, in Egypt in November and in Libya within eight months.

National Transitional Council leader Mustafa Abdul-Jalil said Sunday that Islamic Sharia law would be the main source of legislation, that lawscontradicting its tenets would be nullified, and that polygamy would be legalized.

“I would like to assure the international community that we as Libyans are moderate Muslims,” said Abdul-Jalil, who added that he was dismayed by the focus abroad on his comments Sunday on polygamy. A State Department spokeswoman said the U.S. was encouraged that he had clarified his earlier statement.

The stir created by Abdul-Jalil’s address in Benghazi, the eastern Libyan city where the anti-Gadhafi uprising was born in mid-February, came as international pressure mounted on him to investigate the circumstances of Gadhafi’s death.

Abdul-Jalil ordered an inquiry to establish whether the deposed Libyan leader was killed in an execution-style slaying after being captured alive Thursday by fighters in his hometown of Sirte or whether he died in the crossfire as government officials have suggested.

State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland reiterated U.S. support for a full investigation but said “it’s now time for Libya to move on.” She endorsed the NTC’s proposed timeline for next steps in the democratic transition, and said Libyans “with no blood on their hands” must be ensured “a place in the new Libya, and that they are safe and they are included.”

She also called a Human Rights Watch report that dozens of Gadhafi supporters were found dead with bullet wounds in the back of the head and their hands tied, “extremely disturbing.” She said U.S. Ambassador to Libya Gene Cretz raised Washington‘s concerns with the council and asked them to conduct another investigation.

Gadhafi’s body went on public display since Friday in a commercial refrigerator in the port city of Misrata, where residents lined up to see it.

Late Monday, an APTN crew saw vehicles driving away from the refrigerator, and Associated Press reporters saw that it was empty. A military commander said the bodies were handed over to authorities for burial.

Ibrahim Beit al-Mal, a spokesman for the fighters, said he expected that the bodies of Gadhafi, his slain son Muatassim and former Defense Minister Abu Bakr Younis would be buried Tuesday in an unmarked grave in a secret location.

Abdul-Jalil said earlier that the transitional government has established a committee to determine what to do with Gadhafi’s body, adding that the decision will be governed by a religious edict by the head of the Islamic Fatwa society.

Unfortunately that is all for today. We’ll see you tomorrow, hopefully for more news.

I will see you all then.