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“Umbrella Online” Magazine

Umbrella Magazine Online

Umbrella Magazine Online

Umbrella’s reviews cover new bookworks by artists, exhibitions, with special sections that focus on photographic and art books.

Umbrella is an online quarterly covering the arena of artists’ books, art books and other multiple editions, including audio and new media.

Here a link to their website: http://www.umbrellaeditions.com/index.php

“Make It Happen”: The Umbrella Dance

One of the best Umbrella Dances seen on Cinema:

© 2008. The Weinstein Company, The Mayhem Project. No copyright infringement intended.

Actresses Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ashley Roberts and Julissa Bermudez in The Umbrella Dance sequence in 2008 dance/drama film, “Make It Happen”.

Chinese Umbrella Dance

Very beautiful “Umbrella Dance” performance from the CCTV 2007 Chinese New Year Celebration.

The Umbrella Bird Song

Directed By Bernard Derriman
Animated by Andrew Collins, Lily Dell and Ian Harrowell

The Umbrella Academy

The Umbrella Academy
The Umbrella Academy

The members of the Umbrella Academy, a disbanded group of superheroes, reunite after the death of their adoptive father, “Sir Reginald Hargreeves”. Hargreeves, an alien disguised as a famous entrepreneur, collected the members of the Umbrella Academy shortly after their birth and trained them to save the world from an unspecified threat. After his death, the members carry on his plan to save the world.

Publisher Dark Horse Comics
Schedule Monthly, every third Wednesday
Format Limited series
Genre Superhero
Publication date September 19, 2007[1] – Present
Number of issues 15 (12 Inculding 3 short stories)
Main character(s) Sir Reginald Hargreeves
Spaceboy
The Murder Magician
The Kraken
The Rumor
Pogo
The Séance
00.05
The Horror
Vanya Hargreeves

The Foreign Swordswoman, Setsuka

The Foreign Swordswoman, Setsuka

The Foreign Swordswoman, Setsuka

Don’t let her sexy appearance fool you. She is hiding some serious Japanese steel underneath that umbrella of hers. Setsuka is an awesome character to play with. And because of that, we will respect her. 3); Blonde (in Soul Calibur 4)

Eyes: Hazel Brown
Blood Type: A
Family: Orphaned as a child
Fighting Style: Shinden Tsushima-ryu Battoujyutsu
Primary Weapon: Iaido sword hidden inside an oilpaper umbrella
Weapon Name: Ugetsu Kageuchi
Rival: Heishiro Mitsurugi
Occupation: Swordswoman

Setsuka’s Bio

Nationality: European, but raised in Japan
Date of Birth/Age: 1567/24 years old
Height: Unknown
Weight: Unknown
Hair: Black (in Soul Calibur

Setsuka was not a native of Japan. She had pale, milky-white skin, glossy black hair, a chiseled face and hazel brown eyes. Those around her shunned her since she was young; she was looked with disdain because of her appearance. Without a family to turn to and exposed to such hate and violence, she finally ran away from her home. Young and alone, she wandered to a city where a man took her in, and named her Setsuka (Snow Flower).

Her caretaker worked as a bodyguard in the region. He taught Setsuka the technique he used to protect his patrons, and it would became the way for her to protect herself, but it was the joy she felt when he praised her that made her devote to the training. Time passed, and Setsuka grew into a beautiful woman. She learned to ignore those who still looked her with disdain, letting nothing trouble her.

One day, her master entrusted her with a letter, whose destination was far away. It would take her many months to travel there and back. Her master saw her uneasy look, and reassured her that her home will be always there for her. Setsuka left and, after a long journey, found the man to whom the letter was addressed. The old martial artist ran a dojo in a small village, and asked Setsuka many times to stay and train there, but she refused his invitation and started her long way home.

Upon her return, she found her master lying on the floor injured. Although he would not reveal how he received the wounds, she was certain that he lost a duel. The injuries he received would prevent him from wielding a sword ever again. But still, the man tried to behave as always, even if Setsuka couldn’t hide her concern. His lessons become more strict and demanding, but he also showered her with overwhelming love, something new to her. Even if their modest lifestyle couldn’t afford luxuries, he bought her an elegant long-sleeved kimono. As she blushed under the man’s smile, her feelings for him grow stronger than ever.

It was not fondness as a father nor reverence as her master. It would not be until after his death that she would come to recognize those feelings as love. Visiting his grave, she recalled the words he had spoken on his deathbed. ..”I did not teach you this art for the purpose of revenge. ..One who lives by the sword harbors no regret.” That fateful fight had been the most exciting moment of his life. He taught her his fighting style so she can carry on the art, as he wanted her to live freely, unbound of hate or fear. Before dying, he told her his enemy’s name: Heishiro Mitsurugi.

She shed no tears when her master died. Only later she realized her feelings and finally understand what it meant to fall in love. Her master didn’t wanted her to live bound to feelings of revenge, but she was decided. With undying love in her heart, she went on a lone journey with a target in mind: a wandering swordsman who challenged swordsmen throughout the land, which no one saw him after he crossed the sea several years later in search of a swordsman named Nightmare. With few clues, she decided to track down Nightmare, believing it would lead her to Mitsurugi.

In Soul Calibur IV, she is still searching for Mitsurugi, and she had no problems picking up his trace, since he has been through so many towns, looking for clues about Nightmare. But people have been warning Setsuka that he is too powerful for anyone to battle. They also told her that he has been involved in a lot of battles in a couple of wars in order to fight a huge amount of opponents.

These stories about Mitsurugi did not frighten Setsuka. It was all the better for her. Once she finds hims, she plans to rise to his challenge. But then she wondered if she is strong enough. Setsuka never knew if she even surpassed her deceased master. She then decides to become stronger, which she does by having faith in herself. Everytime she slashed her sword, she became faster. But Setsuka hopes to obtain the excellent speed that her master had.

Resident Evil: The Umbrella’s Chronicles

Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles, known in Japan as Biohazard: Umbrella Chronicles, is an on-rails shooting game and the seventh main installment in Capcom’s Resident Evil series. The game exposes the Umbrella Corporation’s meddling throughout the Resident Evil series through narration from Albert Wesker, a former Umbrella Corporation scientist, and hidden documents pertaining to the organization’s secret motives and actions.

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