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Conversation Between 0utf0xZer0 and Triple_R
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  1. Triple_R
    2012-10-18 23:56
    Triple_R
    Well, to be fair, your "slight hit to the ribs" idea seems reasonable to me (both for real life and for anime).

    More than anything, I just think this style of comedy is kind of... played out, maybe? And while I honestly accept the gender double standard to some degree (let's face it, guys tend to be physically stronger than girls, biologically speaking), I also think it can be taken too far. My mind goes back to Ore no Imouto's Kirino here. If Kyousuke had, say, literally pushed her away from him after her 4th or 5th time of hitting him, I couldn't and wouldn't fault him for that. But I think a guy should only punch a female, actually punch her, if she really is a serious threat to him (and here I'm kind of talking about an actual female villain that's great at fighting and/or powerful).

    And yeah, a guy who took a 'roll with the punches' approach to the tsundere abuse might come across well.
  2. 0utf0xZer0
    2012-10-18 23:45
    0utf0xZer0
    Decent people aren’t always decent when you walk in on them in the shower, and my tendency is to say that both sympathy and a bit of slack are warranted. I’d honestly say the biggest problem with most male leads isn’t that they take the hit – which may well be the best course of action – but that they don’t do so with dignity.

    That said, if the female character’s personality allows for swallowing pride (ie. probably not someone like Taiga), I still think an after the fact apology or repentence is a golden opportunity for the writer. Especially if the character is a tsundere – bashful mode on, yes?

    (Also, - and I suspect you might agree with me on this – I’d rather see the guy be pacifistic to a tsundere than subscribe to this “she hit me, now I’m justified in putting her in her place” BS I hear some people articulate from time to time. Escalation is not self-defense.)
  3. Triple_R
    2012-10-17 19:11
    Triple_R
    I'll check it out soon. Thanks for the recommendation.
  4. 0utf0xZer0
    2012-10-17 03:33
    0utf0xZer0
    I don't want to sound too fanboy for Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo since it's not exactly a masterpiece in the making at this point - but given how much apologetics and evangelism I've been doing for the show via VM and PM this past week, I feel like my work won't be complete until I mention to you that I found the second episode planted it firmly in "better than it sounds" territory.
  5. 0utf0xZer0
    2012-09-10 11:38
    0utf0xZer0
    I think Sawa stole the show this week in Tari Tari.

    ... That outfit is just Konatsu's imaginatin and not what she's going to wear for the performance itself, right?

    (Trying to get time to reply to other conversations, but I've been busy.)
  6. 0utf0xZer0
    2012-08-18 02:22
    0utf0xZer0
    Some of my favourite shots from Day 1 of Anime Revolution at Canada Place in downtown Vancouver:
    https://rapidshare.com/files/1655734915/AR Day 1.zip

    As with Sakuracon in Seattle, most of my photos ended up being Madoka or Fate/Zero related, but I think I got better photos from a smaller group of cosplayers because I had far more time and space at my disposal.
  7. Triple_R
    2012-08-05 07:45
    Triple_R
    Two magical girl anime shows having such similar names, and having mentor vs. protege is pretty funny yeah. I'm glad to see magical girl anime on the rise again. For a long while, magical girl anime seemed to me to be all Nanoha and PreCure. Nice to see Madoka Magica breath some new life back into this genre.
  8. 0utf0xZer0
    2012-08-04 22:15
    0utf0xZer0
    You know what I find weird?

    Shaft is going to be making a magical girl anime called Prism Nana.

    And Silver Link is going to be adapting the magical girl manga spinoff of FSN, Fate/Kaleid liner Prisma Ilya.
  9. 0utf0xZer0
    2012-07-24 03:42
    0utf0xZer0
    I’m not sure I’d consider boldness Akira’s most important trait, simply because her boldness is quite nuanced – ie, she was bold in the bath scene but shy enough at the same time to take a bit of the edge off it. Personally, I’d peg warmth, good naturedness, and liveliness as key appeals, along with being clever in spite of frequent absentmindedness.

    As for the Harper thing:
    Quote:
    By Shaft, a 26 episode hentai anime about Stephen Harper's moe-ness.
    For me personally, “loveable but somehow weak” is the one moe trait that works for men. (In contrast, pretty much anything that can endear the audience to them can be a moe trait for a women. I suppose some would probably conclude that I see weak people as feminine from that but if true it’s very much a subconscious and limited thing – certainly there are many strong female characters for which I feel their strength doesn’t decrease their femininity (or moe appeal, for that matter) at all.) Harper… doesn’t really fit that. In fact, it’s hard to think of many politicians that do. I suppose Stephane Dion kind of does, but I wouldn’t much want to see him in an H-anime either.
  10. Triple_R
    2012-07-18 15:49
    Triple_R
    I'm going to assume that Harper returned you a yaoi show. Maybe it's costaring John Baird or Jason Kenney.

    The two your AS handle returned were pretty cool! The first one for your real name was funny, and the final one made me think "Mari Okada is going to write for KyoAni?"


    As for Yosuga no Sora's Akira. Well, I haven't watched that show in a long time, but going by memory, I'd say that these are her five key traits from most important to least important:

    Bold
    Friendly
    Playful
    Flirtatious
    Humble

    What's your take on her?

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