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This group is for everyone that watched and enjoyed Toradora. Hope everyone enjoys it.
104 2 22 10
2012-07-28
02:06
Inverse Spirit Appreciation Page
11 2 3 9
2014-09-30
05:31
Madan no Ou to Vanadis (魔弾の王と戦姫) is a light novel written by Tsukasa Kawaguchi (川口士) and illustrated by Yoshi☆o (よし☆ヲ), published by MF Bunko J. The series currently has 5 volumes. A manga adaptation began in 2011, illustrated by Yanai Nobuhiko (柳井伸彦), published by Media Factory on Comic Flapper. This is a gathering place for fans of "Madan no Ou" to discuss the manga, the light novel and spoilers/summaries galore! A teaser translation project with the first chapter available has been started on Baka-Tsuki which can be found here: http://www.baka-tsuki.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=5468
315 5 173 9
2012-10-01
3 1 1 9
2010-01-13
14:08
Ladies and Gentlemen, (I was kinda of shock that no one even have the courage to make popular franchise and make to an club, real irony) Welcome to the first My HiME/Otome club for everyone, I everyone wants to talk about the anime possibly the future of this great popular franchise than go ahead knock yourself out. This the best club possible for everyone around the franchise so let the new age of magical girl commence!
61 13 238 9
2009-05-25
For people who like Log Horizon.
35 3 5 8
2013-10-22
I am thou... and thou art I... From the sea of thy soul, I come... Ye who shalt open the door... Thou hast opened thine eyes...
25 6 9 8
2015-09-17
21:17
The fans Of light novel of High School DxD
88 0 0 8
2012-01-16
For anyone who enjoyed the roller coaster ride that was Onani Master Kurosawa. <3 Takagawa
19 0 0 8
2010-07-17
Well for those who haven't met the crazed fangirl's... Hetalia is popular Japanese series that is an allegorical tale of the history of Europe, especially during World War Two, with anthropomorphizations of different countries and the various stereotypes associated with them. Axis Powers Hetalia is at once educational, irreverently silly, occasionally touching, and potentially offensive. Surprisingly, it gets many of the more subtle and less well known relationships between European countries rather well represented, which you usually wouldn't expect of foreign writers.
29 1 2 8
2011-06-03
11:39
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