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Chelsae

  • England
  • Joined Sep 5, 2010
  • 18 / F

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kittytaku says...

Love the pic! :( You're harsh, I mean he was only bad because it was he job. And he was the only member to acually hand over the handcuffs key. He was honorable, like zoro. T-T You should really watch the latest episode Brook's new song is Awesome.

Oct 27, 2011
SadisticTendencies says...

That's what usually happens when you're sick so I don't think you should worry too much^^

High School of the Dead is so sleazy in every imaginable way, but I just can't help myself from liking it; it's kind of a guilty pleasure with so much violence, though the Ecchi is extremely exaggarated. In all honesty, a little Ecchi would mix well with the insanity and violence of the story, but they went too far. As for Dance In The Vampire Bund; I've heard that the American release had to go through censorship, because the show features an adult woman trapped in a little girls body who doesn't act very... childly at all. It's like they go through all sorts of ridiculous shortcuts just to show some underage sexuality; "well, we're not having a child in sexual positions, because technically she's a woman". That argument is just kind of stupid. Though I haven't seen it so I shouldn't be too harsh.

I definitely agree with you when you say that SM is surprisingly mature: I couldn't help but smile at the thought of thousands of furious mothers protesting against the homosexual couple, if the the show had been allowed to air uncencored.

I didn't realize what kind of huge franchise Gundam is until I saw that it's still alive today after so many years. That's kind of why I want to see it so badly, though I've also developed an obsession with older Anime these past weeks. I've seen screenshots from the 2011 Gundam show and it looks suspiciously like something with similarities to shows like Bakugan and Yu-Gi-Oh! Is it? xD

 

Oct 15, 2011
kittytaku says...

Thank you for the compliment.

I have to ask you a question... what do you think of kaku from CP9

Oct 10, 2011
SadisticTendencies says...

You don't need to apologize for answering late^^

I guess it's common for Ecchi to dominate most magazines that deal with Anime, it's a shame how irrelevant sexuality and nudity is conquering most Anime shows. That's why I'm going to watch Revolutionary Girl Utena; at least the sensual parts there serve a purpose. And I understand your frustration. Back when I was 11 and I had gotten a brief interest in Shonen Jump I suddenly fell ill and had to stay home for a few days. My mother saw an innocent-looking Manga magazine in a local store and decided to get it for me since she new I liked Japanese comics. I was so happy to see it and when I looked inside it it was soooo packed with Ecchi xD

To be absolutely honest I'm not sure if I'll watch any of the shows from the Fall season. Chihayafuru looks pretty good, but I've already seen so much slice-of-life this year (Wandering Son, Usagi Drop, Ikoku Meiro No Croisée etc.) that I'm not sure if I want to see one more. Any show you're particularly interesting? The Fall 2011 chart has several interesting looking pictures for shows that haven't properly been announced yet, so maybe I'll see one of those!

And by the way, I just finished Sailor Moon, and in all honesty it was better than I expected. I can understand why all the girls in my country used to go insane over it, it's like somebody took all the aspects of female adolescence and a little girl's dreams of princes and pretty dresses and made it into an Anime! Also, it surprised me how many non-childish moments there were, it even depicts homosexuality which I'm sure was censored both in American and Swedish TV.

Hope you feel better now!

Oct 8, 2011
kittytaku says...

Hello! I want to tell you a story.... One evening we were in the kitchen getting our dinner of spagetti and meatballs. My sister was laughing at something that our mom said when I put a ginormous scoop of spagetti on my plate. My sister, laughing, turned to me and said... "that is waaayyyy to much lettuce on your plate." I looked at her and said "this isn't lettuce this is spagetti." and we all purst into much laughter and cense than I haven't forgotten that story nor let my sister live it down.

Oct 7, 2011