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  1. Lost Cause
    2011-09-28 06:40
    Lost Cause
    Hi Sol!
    I haven't tried PMing him since his latest banishment. I'm still trying to figure out what made him go off the deep end like that though!
    Oh, and thanks for keeping up with the Shirley thread too, between you, myself and Rising Dragon, we should be able to keep the "trolls" at bay. Linda
  2. Lost Cause
    2011-09-26 20:57
    Lost Cause
    Hi, I don't suppose you've heard anything from Nobodyman9 have you? Linda
  3. Triple_R
    2011-09-11 11:18
    Spoiler for Usagi Drop manga ending:
  4. Triple_R
    2011-09-10 17:33
    Spoiler for Usagi Drop manga ending thoughts:
  5. Triple_R
    2011-09-10 11:16
    I wanted to discuss Usagi Drop more thoroughly with you here, where manga spoilers aren't likely to cause problems.

    Spoiler for Usagi Drop Thoughts:
  6. hyperborealis
    2011-07-31 08:21
    On your recommendation I will have to revisit MP. I watched the first two episodes, but the absurdity of the penguins (!) put me off, and so I missed what has made you (and many others) interested in this project.

    What do you think of No. 6? If I were to return your recommendation I would point you to this show. Shion's fall out of privilege to the underside of the ideal city of the future provides for much reflection about human values and human nature. Mixed in is the central question regarding culture, of what literary works survive in a future that has forgotten not only you and I as individuals but also the shape of the world we know. Unfortunately the conversation on Animesuki has so far been uninspiring, so I haven't participated much on the forums this season.

    The other fine anime I have encountered recently you no doubt already know all about: Makoto Shinkai's 5 Centimeters a Second. What a masterpiece: not only of lovely animation, but of sensibility--the awareness that love no matter how intense no matter how significant is transitory, and can only be treasured at the very moment it is lost. The film is incomparably moving. Right now I am going backwards and forwards through Shinkai's work. He gets compared with Miyazaki--no wonder.

    Thank you so much for your "friend" request! I have reciprocated by making the same request of you. For better or for worse, literature has been for me a solitary pursuit. The things I like and find interesting are laid out before everyone--apparently to ignore. So I have mostly gone my own way. Which is a roundabout way of saying I appreciate your intelligence and your interest all the more.

    Best wishes,

  7. hyperborealis
    2011-03-29 10:53

    I just discovered the recommendation feature of the forum and wanted to thank you for your kind comment of 3/14/11.

    And much more, thank you for the conversation we have had across the posts. I've learned a lot from you--you bring back the good part of grad school . More than that, you've really engaged Madoka Magica on a profound level, which has allowed the conversation here to reach a seriousness and a sophistication I almost never see elsewhere. I really can't thank you enough for that.

    I only wish you would contribute more, and more frequently.


    David Joslin
    aka hyperborealis
  8. kanon78
    2010-03-17 04:44
    About Akuma to love song, it's too bad/unfortunately the scanlations are quite behind the raws. I've read some spoilers (on mangafox) and the story seems to keep it's nice flow&interesting plot and doesn't fall into the pits of mediocre shoujo's with (kinda) similar story. About the "love triange"; just like the one in KWMS (so actually non-existent). So far (some 10 chapters) I really like this story.

    Dengeki Daisy is truly one of the best romance/shoujo manga's I read. Because the scanlators of DD are really slow the raws are up to 31something chapters already. And by the looks of the raws and many spoilers/summaries on mangafox it only gets better (if you enjoyed it up to ch18).
  9. kanon78
    2010-03-16 02:34
    What do you think about "Akuma to Love Song"? I've just started reading yesterday and the story so far is quite engaging, if you don't mind a (serious) bullying at school sub-plot. I gotta say the main heroine is really something else.
  10. kanon78
    2010-02-16 10:44
    Ah, the red haired "princess". Yes I have it on-hold, I read a couple of chapters and I really liked it. I just don't wanna read it to the end of scanlations and have to wait for the real end, but I'll probably get back to it (soon) anyways (lol).
    I'm very biased about Cross Game, UnbalanceXUnbalance and Dengeki Daisy, I really like them a lot. If you like KWMS I'm sure you'll enjoy Dengeki Daisy.
    About Ux2, if you like a kick-ass male lead who isn't wishy-washy and sincere in the pursuit of his love and don't mind teacherXstudent, I'd say go for it because you wont regret it.
    Well Cross Game...I really love it... if you can enjoy a subtle romance, which isn't just a subplot but more like a character driven device than Cross Game won't disappoint you. I never was a baseball fan nor interested in it (never disliked it either) but the story is really nice. I was always from the beginning a KouxAoba fan, but to tell you without spoiling, Wakaba has a very significant role during the entire course (untill the final) for most of the characters and especially for Kou and Aoba.

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