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Bikini Warriors
Bikini Warriors
Nov 26, 2:50 PM
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Hakozume: Kouban Joshi no Gyakushuu
Hakozume: Kouban Joshi no Gyakushuu
Nov 26, 1:14 PM
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Tomodachi Game
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Musume ja Nakute Mama ga Suki nano!?
Musume ja Nakute Mama ga Suki nano!?
Nov 15, 7:59 AM
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Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri
Hitomi-chan wa Hitomishiri
May 16, 4:41 AM
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kihel Jun 1, 7:15 PM
I've just read a comic book with one complete story. With the amount of comics on my comic list, it would be odd if I hadn't read the opposite. Basically, I don't read manga books that have more than 20 volumes, because I like them. My favorite authors for complete stories are Ono Natsume and Ryoko Kui. I also read Jump, so sometimes I read complete stories, but I don't really like them.

The channels that do 24-hour anime usually air the same works at the same time every day. Also, on Saturdays and Sundays, they sometimes broadcast episodes 1-6 all at once, or the movie version. Kids Station and Animax are available on our TV. If you look at the program listings online, I think it's easy to find out.

Aaaaah, the movies Bubble, Crayon Shinchan, Toukenrambu, Detective Conan, and Jujitsu Kaisen 0 are in theaters near me right now, and the anime is in theaters - I don't have any specific movies that I'm going to see with my friends, except for Detective Conan.

I'm sure it's the voice actor for Hitoha Miyamizu. She was the narrator of an anime called "Nihon mukashi banashi" for many years, so her voice acting is very natural. And since I wanted to hear his performance again in the anime, I was satisfied with the movie for that reason alone.

I don't think he is that popular in Japan. They made a live-action movie, though... as far as popularity, I think it's probably lower than Tokyo Revengers.

As for cosplay...Saber was a pain in the ass to make, first of all, not to wear armor. As for Harry Potter, I liked it so much I went to see the Cursed Child set in England and the US. It will start in Japan soon, but I don't feel comfortable with a Japanese person playing the role, so I don't have any plans to go see it at the moment. Also, I'm afraid to go to Tokyo while the coronavirus outbreak hasn't completely subsided yet. Since the play is about to begin, Harry Potter was broadcast on terrestrial TV last week as well.

I am aware that it is a visual novel game. I think the story was shorter than Stay Night. It was more like a sequel. I can't talk about the content because that would spoil it...

I'll probably play FGO when I'm ready. Maybe after I read the novel of Lord Ermeloy's Case Files that I haven't read yet...

Oh, I've got a fansub or doujinshi out, so I'll put it up. I think I got rid of a lot of them, but there must be about 30 or so.

The top one is mainly the Rider group.


The bottom is all characters, Sakura, Rin & Kirei main.


I think I like
The fansubs for the Rider group are NOTCH and JULIA.
The fansub for all characters is esca.
The main fansub for Rin & Kirei is mattakuda
kihel May 16, 6:08 PM
Sometimes I purposely don't buy them because the artwork is not stable from the first volume to about the third. Well, eventually, I feel like I should be able to finish the manga I'm interested in, either by renting it or when I stay at an internet cafe.

Anime is broadcast every day, and there is even a CS channel that airs anime 24 hours a day. I don't watch anime on TV these days, though, because I tend to watch it online during my gym workout. There is a channel that has been showing anime movies every Sunday at 7pm since last year.

I think I watch about 3 anime movies a year. This year, I think I'll definitely be watching Detective Conan, Dragon Ball, and Slam Dunk.

I think I'm the only one who went to see "What's Your Name" just for the voice actor's performance as my grandma. She does work as a voice actress, but I think she is more famous in Japan as an actress who plays middle-aged women - grandmothers.

Oh, I think it's easy to read around 25 volumes, because I think the fact that more than 20 volumes have been released is proof that it's that interesting. I saw Kaguya-sama only in volume 22 at the library the other day...I'd like to read it if I can borrow it from the library from volume 1.... I don't know if it's popular, but every time I see it, someone borrows the first 10 volumes or so.

As for the fate/zero cosplay, I don't have Saber. To be honest, I thought about cosplaying Saber, but the armor was a pain in the ass. I cosplayed Waver, Sakura, and Ilya. I remember Ilya didn't look good in the white hair wig, and the "Also Available at" cosplay site link on MAL's profile page only has a picture of Ilya, who didn't look good. I only have a picture of Ilya, who didn't look good.

Oh, I started the fate series with fate/zero, kinda played the games of fate/ stay night and Ataraxia before the second season started - while it was airing. I found myself more into the mini-games than the main story. Hanafuda...the Ataraxia game is the main story? I liked the main theme (I thought the flow of the story and the way the music was inserted was perfect) so much that it gave me goosebumps before the game started.

I think some people don't like the FGO game that much, even if they like the anime of the fate series. And I never played the FGO games in the first place.

Ah, fanfiction and all that. I liked the rider group, so I have a story about that duo (a crying story and a heartwarming story) and the rest are all-character comedy stories. fate/zero's work itself is dark in its story, right? So I guess fanfiction wanted to read a lot of lighthearted stories of comedy. You know, talking to you made me want to read it!
kihel May 1, 10:04 PM
I have them in numerical order, but sometimes the volume number is missing. I buy them in the order I can get them cheaper at the used store...I keep the comics I'm about to read and the ones I'm going to read off the shelf.

The Conan movie is the same as the anime and manga setting. They are released almost every year. With each movie, the extent to which Conan's identity is revealed and the relationships are different, so I think it's just a matter of keeping that in mind if you're a first time viewer. Some people have reviewed the stories of the main characters (this time Detective Takagi and Detective Sato, Amuro's classmates at the police academy) before going to see the movie.

I went to see "Your Name" not because of the animation and music, but because I liked the voice actor who played the grandmother. I think I'm the only one who went to see it with this motivation LOL

The manga with the most volumes has over 100 volumes. To be honest, I once read a manga that was just over 100 volumes, but it became hard to read after 30-40 volumes. It's hard to read after 30 to 40 volumes. I saw "Kaguya-sama ga Kesshirasai" at the library, but I thought the manga was a bit thicker... I haven't seen it since the first volume (it's popular or someone is always borrowing it), so I hope I can read it before the end of the year... I hope I can read it before the end of this year....

I've seen the fate series, I've seen all of fate/zero, been to a few events, and went to eat the collaboration menu at ufotable's cafe. I even cosplayed lol Chronologically speaking, fate/zero came first, but the anime was made for fate/stay night, right? I'm satisfied with fate/stay night because I played the original computer game, so I haven't watched the anime. I also played the sequel Fate/hollow ataraxia game. But I only saw the normal end of both games. I got addicted to the mini-game Hanafuda...

Some people watch the fate series in the order in which the anime was made, some watch it in chronological order (in the order in which the Holy Grail War happened), some watch it from FGO in the smartphone game, and I think it depends on each person.

I've read some of the Strange Fake novels, though I dropped out, and I've also read Lord Hermeroy II's Case Files in novel form up to about volume 7.
DisloyalCloth Apr 26, 1:51 AM
You have peak taste, respect!
Kurasaki_Kenji Apr 18, 11:20 PM
Thank you! You also got some good anime! ⟵(๑¯◡¯๑)
kihel Apr 18, 9:47 PM
I think the bookshelves will fall over unless they have anti-tip stoppers or something. I think the order in which books are arranged is up to the individual. Order by publisher, order by author, order by title, coloring of book spines, books that are read often and books that are not...there are many different kinds of books. I don't have a particular order, but I try to put the books that I bought new or that are still in serialization at the front of the book. If it falls over and I can still put it in the bookshelf, I think it's a good one. In my room, there's just as much chance of the floor falling out from the weight of the books as there is of the bookshelves toppling over.

I see you have earthquakes in your area too. Be careful.

Planetes is good! It was broadcast by a TV station like national TV, so it's carefully made. I'm about halfway through the episode and there are several very good episodes going on.

As for Conan, I saw the movie on Sunday with a friend. They also played the trailer for the One Piece movie. As for Makoto Shinkai's works, I think I like "Garden of Words" and "Your Name"...the trailer for the new one didn't play.

If you read the manga first, you will be disappointed if the voice is different from what you imagined when it came to the anime. When the voice is different from what I imagined, I'll just give up and assume that I've misinterpreted the official version. I do tell my friends about the complaints, though.

Vagabond and Jojo, as well as Otoyomegatari, are all three works that anyone who likes anime and manga will love.

I really enjoyed reading and enjoying the longer volumes all at once when I was younger, so I hope you get to experience that too.
kihel Apr 8, 12:29 AM
I think they should put safety belts on the bookshelves to protect them from earthquakes, but I think it would be difficult to fix them since they have bookshelves full of books and more than the prescribed amount of books, and on top of the bookshelves they put cardboard boxes full of books, too. And to be honest, it's a pain to take out all the books in the bookshelf and fix them. And if I take out the books that are in there, I'm sure I'll read some comics along the way...

As for earthquakes, nothing major has happened in my area, but I know that's just the way it is and that it's something that will happen someday.

I'm watching a weekly show right now. Surprisingly, there is one. It's a rerun, but I'm watching "Planetes" on Sundays at 7pm. There are weeks when I couldn't watch because I went out for a few episodes, but basically when I'm home, I watch it. I could watch quite a few late night anime if I wanted to, but I don't have anything I want to watch.

I think I go to more animated movies more often. Right now, I'm discussing with a friend when we should go see the new Conan movie. Oh, the "Jujitsu Kaisen" movie you are going to see! Have fun! As an animated film, I think it was reasonably good. As for Kimetto Yaiba, I don't think I can be of any help to you since I have such a low opinion of this piece.

As for FFXIV, I'd like to play it, but I don't because I have no taste in games, I don't like to pay for it, and I'm not good at working in teams or chatting with others.

I watched the old anime first, the whole anime, and read the original manga from the first volume. I did the anime first because I didn't want to be shocked if I saw the anime and it wasn't what I imagined it to be because if I read the manga first, I would imagine the character's voice in my brain. If you don't care about the voice, I think you can do the manga first.

For what it's worth, I think the following manga is also, well, detailed. Well, the more detailed it is, the harder it is to express its quality when it is made into an anime.

Vagabond / Takehiko Inoue
akira / Katsuhiro Otomo
GANTZ / Hiroya Oku
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure / Hirohiko Araki
Ototo Yome Narrative / Kaoru Mori
kihel Mar 28, 10:10 PM
Well, if you care to see the live action of Singeki no Kyojin, be prepared to regret it.

What do you mean, a movie that shows the best of the original Mikasa? you wrote, but I think that's my mistake in translation. I think I meant to write that the live action doesn't have Mikasa's best qualities.

There were no deaths on the stage, except for one death of the stage manager. Well, as a result of that, I think the stage was cancelled because of safety concerns.

Well, I'm not interested in live-action or stage productions, so you'll have to find out more on your own.

Until I was in college or so, there was a pattern of watching it every week. Now, after all the episodes are done, I'm watching them all together during the period when they are available for free on the internet. However, I do go to see anime movies that interest me. The ones I don't want to see or hear spoilers for, I go see on the first day of the movie's release. (Evangelion, for example.)

I keep in mind that I may not be able to read a book whose continuation is not released consistently due to the death of the author. I used to buy fan copies of both novels and manga, but if I find the next one I'm into, I'll probably just buy the manga. The novels are getting to be a pain in the ass to read, so...

Uh, I think the game that had the memorial was the FFXIV you put up. Because there were so many different characters along the road around one character walking down the street.

I didn't watch the full-length Berserk anime in 2016 because the CG looked cheesy in the previews and they changed the voice actors and their voice acting lost some weight.

The pace of the story was slow because the manga was carefully drawn and the author himself said he could make it his life's work and put out about 90 volumes. I don't mind a manga that has almost no background, well, I don't mind it.
troilus_05s Mar 27, 3:46 PM
Well, some aspects are similar but some are really different. I would say Liar Game is a LOT better than Squid Game.
troilus_05s Mar 23, 7:54 AM
Happy Birthday!!
kihel Mar 22, 7:13 PM
Happy Birthday ❕

kihel Mar 21, 7:00 PM
Well, as for the live-action movie of Singeki no Kyojin, I don't think it's a movie I would recommend to Japanese people who like the original story...

Yeah, Ellen's parents are already set to be dead at the start of the story in live action. Mikasa survives and comes back, but she doesn't go looking for Eren, she fights the Titans where she came from. Well, I'm already saying that the more I reply to you, the weirder the setting becomes.

So, even before Eren makes his still-familiar "I will exterminate them" statement, Mikasa's character is set up to say "I will annihilate the Titans". No, really, no...

Well, if it's this bad, I can say that the film shows the best of the original Mikasa.

Well, there have been deaths in the preparation stages related to the musical, and I think it's the kind of work that shouldn't be made into live-action.

I like both the anime and the manga, but I actually don't watch much anime now. It's like when the anime I want to watch is in its free viewing period, I watch it all at once.

As for the manga, I rented about 30 books and have been busy reading them this week... Berserk is the number one manga in MAL. Well, I think that's a fair assessment.

When it died, I was just about ready to rent and read the manga from volume 38, so I couldn't get any work done for a day. In fact, I like it so much that I even buy fan-made copies. Although I no longer got to see the ending, it was a situation where the original story was a little better developed, so I think that was the only thing that saved me.

Oh, after the news of his death, there was also a video of an online game mourning him. It wasn't "Eldenring," but seeing it made me realize how much it was loved overseas.

I watched it from the older animated version and read the manga. What can I say, the manga is also rich in content and well drawn, so after reading Berserk, reading a manga with light drawings and content is not enough for me.

If you lived closer I would lend you the manga up to volume 37...
kihel Mar 8, 11:18 PM
Oh, so this comic was written by a former police officer. I did not know that.

As for the live action of the Marching Giants, well, it's a failure from the Mikasa setting. I haven't actually seen it since I saw that spoiler. I mean, how could I like anyone but Eren! Mikasa doesn't give a shit about Eren! I feel like. And by not showing Levi and setting up an original character, Shikima, as the strongest human being, you're licking the fans, aren't you? Yeah, I think it's illegal. Well, I guess one way to enjoy watching it is to think it's impossible? I don't like it, though.

Mikasa seems to be alive, though it looks like she died early on. Sorry I haven't read the details of what happens in the end, because the setting alone is too damn good to be true.


The scene where she's supposedly dead...

In the original, Eren's mother is eaten... but in the live-action version, Eren's parents passed away when he was very young, and instead, the victim was Mikasa, no way!

To begin with, Mikasa in the live-action version does not have the coolness of the original, and she and Eren were flirting with each other in the beginning of the film, but while Eren is being swept away by the people, the Titans eat him!

This seems to be the trend. I'm not sure I'd keep watching this early on, if I were you.


The Marching Titans musical, you know, uses a 3D activation device, right? So the stage manager, who was checking the wire settings, fell and died.


I don't even know the name of the "Wonder Egg Priority." I've heard of "Darling in the Franks. If I've never seen either of them, I'm probably happier not to, even if the outcome sucks.

As for Berserk, I've seen all the old anime and have read the manga up to volume 37. And I picked up the 37th volume because the library was offering it as a disposal book, and now it's sitting in the trunk of my car...I believe the manga was #1 on MAL, right?

Even in Japan, the death of the author was in the news. Since his name was often mentioned as a manga that was never completed in the first place, many people were probably shocked to find out that it was confirmed that the manga was indeed never completed. Moreover, I had the impression that it was only half of the entire manga, so it seemed that there was still a long way to go.

Have you ever seen it in anime or manga form?
kihel Feb 28, 12:14 AM
Shonen manga moves at a brisk pace, and people overseas like it too!

I guess they didn't use female actors in the Holic musical because they wanted to increase the audience with the popularity of male actors... but they should have used female actors! I thought.

Since Hakodome didn't have low ratings as a drama, I guess they thought they could get some viewership even if they made it into an anime. It's set in a police station, and I think they wanted to do in the anime what they couldn't do in the live action drama.
In a live-action drama, there are some things that cannot be done due to laws such as the Road Traffic Act.

In the case of live-action adaptations of anime, there is no budget, so anything that uses CG will inevitably end up looking cheap. In addition to that, the character settings of "Shingeki no Kyojin" were so strange that it bombed. There's no way Mikasa could have found someone else to love besides Eren! (shouting)

Also, the musical of "Shingeki no Kyojin" was cancelled because during the preparation stage, an accident resulted in a death.

I think Yuko in the live action movie of Holic was one of the most successful casting.

I guess my favorite anime is one of my favorites. I guess I like anime that is original and not based on manga or light novels...because it's more fun to watch it every week in real time if you can't read what's going to happen next.
kihel Feb 20, 5:44 PM
I don't think Black Rover is that popular... Hero Academia, Doctor Stone, Jujutsukaisen, and One Piece are all serialized in the same magazine... I feel that those are more popular.

It's not like there are many musical movies. As for the xxxHolic musical, all the actors, including Yuko and Himawari, were played by men...

As for Hakodome, the live action drama had already finished airing before the anime started.

Unlike the musical version of xxxHolic, the live-action version has female characters played by women. I thought the image of Doumeki was different from the manga, so I didn't watch it. Well, I guess it's a bomb, and the CG looks cheap. I mean, I just realized how they're going to represent Mokona.