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I come to you today with some absolutely wonderful and exciting news combined with some tragic and frightening news. First, the exciting stuff. The above clip was sent to me earlier this evening by one of our ninja rejects out in the field. As you may know, we deploy the help of an elite squad of ninjas to help gather cool, exclusive content for the enjoyment of our readers. And you would think that we would send them out to get concept art and script pages from Transformers 2 or something, but no, we send them after the holy grail, never-before-seen footage from an upcoming episode of Ask a Ninja.

It appears that our ninja mission was successful, as he sent over this video in which The Ninja talks briefly about the movie Fanboys and the Weinsteins. Based on that alone, we thought you would be interested. As well, despite being 8 seconds long, the clip is hilarious, leading us to believe that the upcoming full episode will be one for the books.

And now, the sad news. Since we received this video from our man in the field, we have not been able to reestablish contact with him. We fear that he has been eliminated by the ninja in the video. To start the investigation, we have directed authorities to AskaNinja.com for more information.

And while they may never catch the culprit because well, he’s a ninja, they will at least be entertained. As will you.

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