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I remember you from way back in the Inuyasha days. Cool to see you still in the community. Maybe one day I'll stop being lazy and get back into it myself. Great work!
No prob! Your review was excellent :) Yess~ It had been a long time since a show had got to me so well as Tsuritama has. A lot of the characters reminded me of some of my friends, particullarly Yuki reminds me of my best friend haha.
The last episode oh man. I was so happy watching it and thinking "goooooo Yuki!" ^.^
BTW, have you heard of the drama CDs? I got my hands on a Haru one with a translation from someone very kind, and it is so cute~
Anyway I would like to apply this for official review
What a nifty avatar :o
Yo, thanks for the response. I always appreciate such courtesies. Yeah, I've read a few of your posts over at Altair & Vega and left some comments here and there, I go by alsozara in the blogosphere.
I see over on what about the waifuz that you were thinking of writing a post on the problematic elements of Revolutionary Girl Utena. I've finally gotten round to watching it recently (am 10 episodes off the end), so I'd be very interested to see that post if it does come to fruition.
Ever since E Minor over at Moe Sucks (great blog, check it out if you haven't already) opened my eyes to gender issues in anime, it's a lens I just can't drop. Like you said in that arrow of female hysteria entry, it cannot be unseen, so I've found myself spending a lot of time exploring feminism and gender portrayal in anime recently, it's great to see writers like you writing about these issues, it's damn interesting, and it's amazing how blind people seem to be to it.