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  1. Triple_R
    2013-07-03 15:36
    Triple_R
    Between your avatar, Pocari_Sweat's avatar, and my avatar, we could get quite a three-way war going.
  2. Pocari_Sweat
    2013-06-30 11:29
    Pocari_Sweat
    Nah I read it. Still unbelievable calling kon the pinnacle of japanese animation. Seems completely unbaffable to me. Though I wonder if they would say the same post hyouka.
  3. Malkuth
    2013-06-28 18:39
    Malkuth
    http://www.pixiv.net/member.php?id=3007867

    I'll be in Paris until early August, if you're back by then drop a message here to go for coffee
  4. Malkuth
    2013-06-26 14:59
    Malkuth
    Oh! still around I see... I just got back from Japan, and heading to Japan Expo in Paris, will you go there too? which day(s)?
  5. Pocari_Sweat
    2013-06-24 08:20
    Pocari_Sweat
    Frenchmen! Mari Okada club has been dormant for too long! WTB new info or controversery.

    Sincerely,

    Resident Okada hater
  6. Triple_R
    2013-06-11 11:24
    Triple_R
    Is the Steins;Gate movie just a recap-style movie, or will it have actual new content?
  7. Pocari_Sweat
    2013-06-04 01:08
    Pocari_Sweat
    I see you hyping Nisekoi anime.

    So tell me... how does this differ from the hundreds of other shonen harem romcoms? :3
  8. Triple_R
    2013-05-30 10:51
    Triple_R
    Manga is also doing a bit better than anime where I live.

    I think that this is the reason why - I think that more and more people realize that comic books like Marvel and DC comics are now more aimed at adults than at kids/teens. So by extension, adults reading manga (i.e. Japanese-made comic books, in a sense) is similarly not a big deal.

    But the "cartoons are for kids" idea still carries some weight, unfortunately. Because most North American-made cartoons are either for kids, or are adult comedies. Something like, say, Psycho-Pass or Fate/Zero is still very alien to most western audiences.

    Tokyo ESP looks very promising. I'll probably check it out.
    I watched an episode of Yuyushiki a couple days ago, and I thought it was pretty good. I'll probably try more episodes of it soon. I like the tomboy character in it - the one you have an avatar for.
  9. Triple_R
    2013-05-29 16:38
    Triple_R
    It's funny, I was originally going to write "Honestly, the biggest thing hurting anime in North America right now...", but then it occurred to me that our European members (like yourself) would come on and say "There's more to the world than just North America, you know. "

    So I changed it to "the west" to be more inclusive. And now I'm getting slammed for it anyway, lol.

    You see, totoum, I just can't win with you.


    But in any event, I get what you're saying. Still, One Piece isn't going to last forever.
  10. SagaraSouske
    2013-05-06 15:58
    SagaraSouske
    Why not make arrow head using same special material and tech then?

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