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Old 2011-02-08, 17:42   Link #1681
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Two things on the epilogue ... that was the best monologue ever!

h264 sucks at en/de-coding snowflakes, as it does for scrolling text or anything moving that has a high contrast to the static background (that comes from making a ref implementation a couple of years ago)

Jokes aside, that was (as in the novel) the best conceivable way to end an amazing story ... there is still that short manga from last year, but I think it would be redundant ...
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Old 2011-02-09, 04:09   Link #1682
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Well, I ordered the BDs from rightstuf, and they included a booklet translation!

http://nrvnqsr.proboards.com/index.c...ay&thread=6540
http://www.meltybread.com/forums/aki...oukai-blurays/

Check it out here; I scanned the entire interview between Nasu, Takeuchi and Sakamoto.
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Old 2011-02-09, 04:37   Link #1683
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That was a long but great read. Thank you!
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Old 2011-02-09, 07:25   Link #1684
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Kara no kyoukai bluray box sets SOLD OUT!

http://bit.ly/esy2hN
ye i heard about that, ufotable was surprise i heard, because they dont expect that a lot of people will buy it for its huge price tag, but it turns out better so congrats to them
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Old 2011-02-09, 19:01   Link #1685
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Well, I got my box today and read the interview translation. I had no idea Nasu and Takeuchi were so involved with the making of this. I thought it would be like most other adaptations where the original creator is left out.

And should this topic be renamed? "Kara no Kyokai" is no where to be seen in this box set.
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Old 2011-02-10, 08:14   Link #1686
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Well, I ordered the BDs from rightstuf, and they included a booklet translation!

http://nrvnqsr.proboards.com/index.c...ay&thread=6540
http://www.meltybread.com/forums/aki...oukai-blurays/

Check it out here; I scanned the entire interview between Nasu, Takeuchi and Sakamoto.
Great ! Thanks for sharing.
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Old 2011-02-14, 11:17   Link #1687
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Wow the epilogue was even more boring than the OVA's. Kind of expected but it's quite an achievement.
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Old 2011-02-16, 22:11   Link #1688
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I hope nobody minds ...

Spoiler for pics1:


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Old 2011-02-16, 22:46   Link #1689
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Those are awesome.

Say, would anyone happen to have a tsun picture of Azaka??
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Old 2011-02-25, 02:58   Link #1690
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Hmm, mixed feelings about the epilogue.

I admit it wasn't what I was expecting, 30 mins of introspective dialogue felt a bit boring.

I was actually hoping they were gonna include Gospel in the Future in the epilogue, even if it did come out years after the original novels ended. I read the first few translated volumes on Baka-Tsuki, but they had to stop translating at vol. 5 because Del Ray decided to license the novels, so I never really had any idea what the original epilogue was all about.

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All in all, they did a good job at closing off the series.

Now I'll just have to find some time and rewatch the movies in BD format.
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Old 2011-03-03, 22:34   Link #1691
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Pixiv collection for Kara no Kyokai

http://www.mediafire.com/?f1bvgvwk63hl2c2

Just wonder what is the content of the Final volume of the novel?
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Old 2011-03-23, 00:26   Link #1692
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Anyone mind giving me a synopsis of Gospel in the Future and Shiki's child?
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Old 2011-03-26, 03:49   Link #1693
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That epilogue was incredibly tedious. Maybe it was meaningful if you fully comprehend Japanese, but I don't, and had to rely on subtitles.

Now I realize why psychiatrists sometimes nod off when their patients start to stream of conscience psychobabble on the couch. It (subtitles version anyway), felt like reading loldeep ideas expressed in a particularly pretentious first year philosophy students essay.
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Old 2011-03-26, 06:01   Link #1694
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It probably doesn't help when it's been a year or give or take since the last time you've watched anything KnK related too
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Old 2011-03-26, 21:38   Link #1695
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Anyone mind giving me a synopsis of Gospel in the Future and Shiki's child?
I think that's more appropriate for a novel thread, not here. You can also try Beast's Lair.

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That epilogue was incredibly tedious. Maybe it was meaningful if you fully comprehend Japanese, but I don't, and had to rely on subtitles.

Now I realize why psychiatrists sometimes nod off when their patients start to stream of conscience psychobabble on the couch. It (subtitles version anyway), felt like reading loldeep ideas expressed in a particularly pretentious first year philosophy students essay.
Have you played any Type-Moon visual novels? Tsukihime and Fate/stay night will throw you threw a loop at some points.

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It probably doesn't help when it's been a year or give or take since the last time you've watched anything KnK related too
Yes, that does not help at all. It was hella confusing and I really didn't see much point in it. While it did answer questions, they weren't ones that were critical to the story. At least we had awesome falling snow.
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Old 2011-03-28, 15:34   Link #1696
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I think that's more appropriate for a novel thread, not here. You can also try Beast's Lair.
Is there a novel thread for this? I don't see one here or at Beast's Lair.
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Old 2011-03-28, 17:47   Link #1697
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Is there a novel thread for this? I don't see one here or at Beast's Lair.
http://nrvnqsr.us.to/showthread.php/...ral-Discussion

You can always make on yourself next time.
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Old 2011-08-12, 17:14   Link #1698
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Probably old news for many, but Sakamoto and Suzumura finally said "yes" to each other on 8th August.
Due to this, I can't help but grin thinking about the end of 7th Movie and Mirai Fukuin. it is like a complete pairing, literally to boot

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Old 2011-08-13, 04:39   Link #1699
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Suzumura's lucky. I hope they'll be happy together.
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Old 2011-08-13, 06:02   Link #1700
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MiyikaxShiki ftw.
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