Just someone who goes on and off Colorless. Used-to-be frequent member.
reki joined on May 1st, 2010, since that has made 79 posts that are still accessible today, 0 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, reki has given 85 upvotes, and was last online on Aug 15th, 2018.
I like how binabalikan natin 'to like it's some security blanket from when you're a baby.
You don't sniff it anymore pero it sure smells nostalgic.
Thank you so much to @candytenshi for helping and doing the arduous task of mental math. ;u;
You guys really made my first Artist Alley an amazing experience! I appreciate it so much. /huuugs
Well, the series seems to be doing well in polls and I just heard that the DVDs and BDs are selling like hotcakes. Best case scenario is we get a season 2, but that's also partially dependent on the manga content.
What I really enjoy about Kekkai Sensen, despite it being sort of episodic in nature, is how thematically cohesive it is. No episode seems out of place and you get a sense of world-building in each one. I enjoy how outlandish it is and how it does this weird thing where it gives a character one moment to shine and you end up loving them all the same. It's pretty awesome so far.
AoTS for me and easily my favorite of the year so far.
I really like how they handled episode 6 especially because it deals with a very sensitive issue. Usually anime tends to limit itself to showing outright discrimination-- as in in-your-face discrimination where antagonistic figures are clearly the offenders. Here, we get to see Zapp and even White who are painted as "good" to be showing an internalized sort of dismissal towards Beyondians. The show actually cares enough to write its message in a way that can be applied in "real-world" scenarios in which the Beyondians aren't enslaved (a common take on racism in sci-fi), but are seen as "different", not allowed to buy certain foods, and are blamed for things that are out of their control.
Idk. Tbh, I expected a lot less from this episode but I ended up really, really liking it.
Well at least that D was working, eh Yugure? /wiggles eyebrows
In which BakaHime talks about amusement parks.
YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO it has been almost 24 hours and this still weirds me out. Haha. GJ.
Kainis nga eh. Haha. Sana kahit 4 chairs man lang. ;m;
Hindi ata eh. 2 chairs lang kasi yung provided nung event, plus non-transferable ID. 6 ft x 1.something ft lang raw yung size nung table, kaya 2 lang talaga halos yung kasya? Huhu.
EDIT: Also, magkakakabit ata yung tables sa Artist Alley kaya limited space? Not sure tho!
Great thread, @Frey. Glad that there's finally a thread that compiles Sakuga resources for people interested in it.
Here's a great lecture that pretty much elaborates on the concept of Sakuga and the many animators who've become distinguished as pioneers and innovators of Japanese animation. It's pretty long, but worth the watch! You can actually see what makes each style distinct from another.