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The Best Of Yugioh Hong Kong Subs

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Little Jojo fan Fuu-chan goes to the Jojo Posing event at the Tokyo Dome  (x)

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kawaiikochan:

KAWAIIKOCHANS NO ANCIENT GAMING HISTORY: “2600 E.T”
Waa~ It’s a crazy discovery!! “We knew it was in this landfill, so we went to get it, [E.T].” Maji-san knows the story, so let’s all listen warmly.
Let’s see the secrets of the gamesoft.
Whoa! We can learn a lot about “2600.”It’s Spelunker. It’s Spelunker The Animation with Mitsuyoshi.It’s Cosmic Race.

kawaiikochan:

KAWAIIKOCHANS NO ANCIENT GAMING HISTORY: “2600 E.T”

Waa~ It’s a crazy discovery!! “We knew it was in this landfill, so we went to get it, [E.T].” Maji-san knows the story, so let’s all listen warmly.

Let’s see the secrets of the gamesoft.

Whoa! We can learn a lot about “2600.”

It’s Spelunker. It’s Spelunker The Animation with Mitsuyoshi.

It’s Cosmic Race.

happyfamiree said: Where do you hope the new Genshiken material will end at/on (or I guess how would you want it to end?)

I never really had an ideal ending for Genshiken in mind (perhaps other than it doesn’t end at all), but the image that popped into my head is one where the cast is about 10 years older.

Some of them have kids, or their relatives have kids, and as they see some of the youngsters getting a little more attached to the anime they watch on TV than others, they smile with a kind of hesitant approval, knowing that otaku will continue to exist, but aware of the various challenges which face them (though those challenges may not necessarily resemble the ones we see today).

My joke answer though is that Ogiue becomes a super rich manga artist ever and founds an organization for suicide prevention.

kawaiikochan:

WE THOUGHT WE’D TRY IT!!KAWAIIKOCHAN “EDUCATION COMICS”
IF YOU’RE CONFUSED, IT’S “ANSWER COMICS” FOR HEIROFDRILLS NO:

君は「”weeaboo”」ですか? I both love and hate this blog. I love it because it’s cute and funny and it’s trying to teach basic Japanese, but at the same time, I really hate the “weeaboo” structured method of teaching. It bothers me that Japanese words are just thrown into English sentences with English structure surrounded by other English words that contrast the Japanese parts. Being structurally different, Japanese loses it’s meaning when it’s only replacing words. My question: Is this intentional?

FOR “ADVANCED QUESTIONS”, LET’S USE “ADVANCED COMICS.”
ANYWAY, IT’S A TRIBUTE TO FAMOUS EDUCATION GAMESOFT “CARMEN SANDIEGO ISN’T ANYWHERE!! WE CAN’T FIND HER IN THE SEKAI.”

kawaiikochan:

WE THOUGHT WE’D TRY IT!!
KAWAIIKOCHAN “EDUCATION COMICS”

IF YOU’RE CONFUSED, IT’S “ANSWER COMICS” FOR HEIROFDRILLS NO:

君は「”weeaboo”」ですか? I both love and hate this blog. I love it because it’s cute and funny and it’s trying to teach basic Japanese, but at the same time, I really hate the “weeaboo” structured method of teaching. It bothers me that Japanese words are just thrown into English sentences with English structure surrounded by other English words that contrast the Japanese parts. Being structurally different, Japanese loses it’s meaning when it’s only replacing words. My question: Is this intentional?

FOR “ADVANCED QUESTIONS”, LET’S USE “ADVANCED COMICS.”

ANYWAY, IT’S A TRIBUTE TO FAMOUS EDUCATION GAMESOFT “CARMEN SANDIEGO ISN’T ANYWHERE!! WE CAN’T FIND HER IN THE SEKAI.”

heirofdrills said: 君は「”weeaboo”」ですか? I both love and hate this blog. I love it because it's cute and funny and it's trying to teach basic Japanese, but at the same time, I really hate the "weeaboo" structured method of teaching. It bothers me that Japanese words are just thrown into English sentences with English structure surrounded by other English words that contrast the Japanese parts. Being structurally different, Japanese loses it's meaning when it's only replacing words. My question: Is this intentional?

kawaiikochan:

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NANTE UNEXPECTED QUESTION. “SPECIAL COMICS!” AS WE WERE SO SURPRISED!!

masterofafros:

Reunion of the century.

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iamdavidbrothers:

(via Panels for People)
Click through for a good read from Darryl Ayo. I asked him what the last comic was that had storytelling that knocked his socks off, and he comes with two examples. It’s well worth reading!
One thing about this Daredevil page, though, drawn by Chris Samnee, scripted by Mark Waid, colors by Javier Rodriguez. This is a total pet peeve and I started this sentence apologizing (“maybe it’s unfair”) but no, it is not unfair: Those aren’t kusarigama. These are just kama. Kusarigama is a chain + sickle + a weight, while kama are just sickles. Kusarigama are actually an interesting weapon for a Daredevil villain (?) to use, since they’re a kind of a more lethal take on his extendo billy club. (The ways DD traditionally uses the club kill me. He’s a budget Spider-Man with ninja skills. He could do so much more.)
It’s weird that kusarigama would be shouted out in the text but wrong in the art. It’s specific enough that I think the creative team was going for a certain mood or effect. Kusarigama aren’t as popular as all the other weapons in TMNT, but if you know the word, you know what they look like, you know? And seeing them described incorrectly snatches you out of the story. It’s like the flip side of verisimilitude, where you’d usually hint at something to make your story feel real, but if you hint at something in the wrong way or get some detail wrong, it turns it into anti-versimilitude-ium, the least popular element. Be careful out there!
Kusarigama were used to marvelous effect in an arc or two of Takehiko Inoue’s Vagabond. I’m trying to think of a movie that used them… they’re in Ninja Gaiden 2, but that’s a video game. I keep thinking of Chinese flicks with meteor hammers (that thing Gogo Yubari rocked in Kill Bill). Anyway, they’re beautiful in motion. You can find some people running through forms on youtube.

Though you can’t expect people to know Japanese, what I find funny is that “kusari” literally means “chain.”

iamdavidbrothers:

(via Panels for People)

Click through for a good read from Darryl Ayo. I asked him what the last comic was that had storytelling that knocked his socks off, and he comes with two examples. It’s well worth reading!

One thing about this Daredevil page, though, drawn by Chris Samnee, scripted by Mark Waid, colors by Javier Rodriguez. This is a total pet peeve and I started this sentence apologizing (“maybe it’s unfair”) but no, it is not unfair: Those aren’t kusarigama. These are just kama. Kusarigama is a chain + sickle + a weight, while kama are just sickles. Kusarigama are actually an interesting weapon for a Daredevil villain (?) to use, since they’re a kind of a more lethal take on his extendo billy club. (The ways DD traditionally uses the club kill me. He’s a budget Spider-Man with ninja skills. He could do so much more.)

It’s weird that kusarigama would be shouted out in the text but wrong in the art. It’s specific enough that I think the creative team was going for a certain mood or effect. Kusarigama aren’t as popular as all the other weapons in TMNT, but if you know the word, you know what they look like, you know? And seeing them described incorrectly snatches you out of the story. It’s like the flip side of verisimilitude, where you’d usually hint at something to make your story feel real, but if you hint at something in the wrong way or get some detail wrong, it turns it into anti-versimilitude-ium, the least popular element. Be careful out there!

Kusarigama were used to marvelous effect in an arc or two of Takehiko Inoue’s Vagabond. I’m trying to think of a movie that used them… they’re in Ninja Gaiden 2, but that’s a video game. I keep thinking of Chinese flicks with meteor hammers (that thing Gogo Yubari rocked in Kill Bill). Anyway, they’re beautiful in motion. You can find some people running through forms on youtube.

Though you can’t expect people to know Japanese, what I find funny is that “kusari” literally means “chain.”

gaijinder:

A lady and a butler, a maid, female high-schoolers, forming a band, friends and criminals, mecha monsters, goth-loli and powered suits, and a near-future Tokyo.  A powered-up renewal, set in the world of the masterpiece anime Bubblegum Crisis.  Just wait a little while until the premiere of this all-new original story full of future hard action!

BUBBLEGUM CRISIS: HARD METAL GUARDIANS. A one-shot novel remaining of the series. More info here.

Only just learned this was an actual thing. And I am terrified.

That’s probably my favorite hair for Priss ever