I saw your plug for Twelve Kingdoms and wanted to ask you a bit about it. I've seen the anime and read the first book, and you are right that the book is better for the absence of the two tag alongs (although there were a couple of scenes I think the anime did better - namely, Yoko's confrontation with the sword).
What I wanted to ask you, though, was about the subsequent novels. I haven't been able to find them around here, and don't know much about them. Do they follow the progression of the anime arcs (or rather, vice versa)? Any other major changes from the anime?
true on the last part.. still that was rly inconsiderate. basically they screwd over all AS claymore user just cause they are lazy.(Pardon my language, but that is what happend) Not to mention not thinking about legal rammifications they should be well aware off considering their own position... not to mention not mentioning weils... if they do go and steal... not to mention STEALING as such .... hmmm anyways... the 50 hour marathon sounds nice we should reccomend that to them
It's the latest and greatest translation available, and the translators are claiming its correct. I guess you'll just have to either agree or dispute the translation, eh?
So guess who Prissy's being searching for the last seven years? That's right, the one girl who wants more than anything to slice her head off, Claire! This is going to be really interesting!
At least that's the translation I'm hoping for with fingers crossed...