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Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
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One Punch Man 2nd Season
One Punch Man 2nd Season
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Happy Sugar Life
Happy Sugar Life
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Maria-sama ga Miteru
Maria-sama ga Miteru
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
May 3, 9:39 AM
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zombie_wolf Jan 26, 9:53 AM
Pero necesito tener algo para respaldar mi odio
zombie_wolf Jan 26, 7:29 AM
No puedo odiar algo sin verlo XD
dreamerofpluto Jan 19, 9:41 PM
Awww, I'm glad you like my Lady Oscar cosplay because it's actually my very favorite one I've ever made (all that trim on the sleeves, collar, cuffs I did by hand!). I admire Oscar so much and love getting to embody her. Plus, I don't have to wear a wig for her, which is a lovely plus ;P Both BeruBara and Onii-sama e... are some of my very favorite series--and, in fact, Onii-sama e... is my absolute, number one favorite anime of all time! I've never cosplayed from it, though. (I'm not sure who I'd be... Kaoru's my favorite, but I don't have the right figure to pull of that ridiculous outfit of hers... Nanami has many super-cute dresses, although none are particularly recognizable... Ah well.)

If you were ever going to cosplay, whom would you be, do you think?

That's a shame about your local conventions... I really do feel grateful to live so close to such a good one. I'm certainly not one of those people who goes to lots of cons (I really just need one spectacular anime convention weekend each year, and I'm good to go), but I think part of that is -because- I have such a great one right here; I needn't go to anything else!

My group does, in fact, only watch yuri anime! Thus far, we haven't run into any issues, I'm pleased to say! (Currently, we're watching Shoujo Kageki Revue Starlight--which I adore and will be cosplaying this year--and Yagate Kimi ni Naru--which I haven't seen before because I was waiting to watch it with the group. We're three episodes into each at the moment.) There are probably only 15 of us who are regulars at all the showings, etc (which is a-okay by me; I'm much better in smaller groups), but we have a larger remote presence of people we chat with online a lot, etc., but who aren't local enough to attend. We've only been around for a year and a half now (or maybe less than that?), so we're hoping to grow from here! You're right that a lot of it is just an excuse to hang out with other queer anime nerds (and some who are straight but enjoy yuri, too) ;P I also, of course, have friends who are anime nerds and cosplay and such but who aren't particularly into yuri.

Is Valentine's Day not celebrated in Spain??? (I feel horribly uneducated about this suddenly.)
dreamerofpluto Jan 17, 11:36 PM
Oh, whoops, apparently the 26,000 was an old number (from 2013). Attendance last year was 34,000! So, yeah: it's a pretty big convention ^.^
dreamerofpluto Jan 17, 11:35 PM
Haha, that's not actually our Matsuri (who had her headphones, I can assure you!). But yeah, if I knew a single thing about photoshop, I'd eliminate the reflection; it's a shame because it's otherwise such a nice picture. And yes, I certainly sewed the cosplay myself! For me, that's the fun of it. In fact, my Mei cosplay was definitely me being lazy. Here are two slightly more complex cosplay I've sewn:

Lady Oscar (Versailles no Bara):

Alexiel (Angel Sanctuary):

Anyhow! And yes, it's a very large convention, with an attendance of roughly 26,000 (according to Wikipedia). I've been to many other anime conventions across the country and in other countries, too (England and Japan), but Fanime remains my very favorite--which is fortunate, since it's held only a fifteen minute drive from where I live ^.^

Our yuri group gets together biweekly to watch yuri series together. We also do things like go to Christmas in the Park together, write Valentine's cards for each other, etc. I'm really glad to have such a group!

Ahhhh, you mentioned that I have some good dark-but-not-violent shows on my PTW--care to say which? (There are some shows, too, which I want to see but am not certain if they're violent or not so have not watched yet. The original Boogiepop Phantom and Paranoia Agent, for example.)
dreamerofpluto Jan 15, 11:41 AM
Heh, no worries about the belated reply--as you can see, it tends to take me a while to respond, too. (Life is such a busy thing!)

It's funny that you mention Citrus because I recently cosplayed as Mei. I don't like the series, but my yuri group wanted to cosplay it together and all pretty quickly decided I ought to be Mei (I guess because I'm always reading and I have no idea how to use a smart-phone ;P). A few photos:

Yeah, my violence issues are a major pain in my own ass; there are so many things I want to watch but know that I can't. I actually fainted once in the middle of a university class when we were analyzing the symbolism of a really violent moment in a story! Generally speaking, I can read violence fine because I just don't linger on the images in my head...but dissecting it in such detail in class was too much. I've fainted watching violent anime in anime clubs before, too. *sigh* It's especially a pity because I adore psychological thrillers and horror.

I agree that the problem with many rom-coms is that the comedy feels contrived. A few that have actually made me laugh out loud are Ouran Host Club, Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun (although I think of both of those more simply as comedy than rom-com), Lovely Complex, Toradora, and Kimi ni Todoke--as you can see, nothing in the last few years, alas. I've added Tonari no Seki-kun to my list, though! I remember seeing posters for that back before it was released and thinking it looked cute. Thank you!

My yuri community actually started out because of the first yuri presentation that I gave. I had no idea how it would go--had been kind of worried only my friends would come--and was thrilled to have hundreds in attendance! Afterward, a few girls came up to me to tell me how much they'd liked the presentation and that they had dreams of one day creating a yuricon. We exchanged contact information, became cofounders of our group, and also are now dear friends <3 It's amazing to think all the good that's come out of my one year deciding, "You know what? I'm good at public speaking and also have a lot of knowledge about this. I should apply to present." Heheh. Someone in our group even told me that he was inspired by my panel and ended up giving a similar presentation at his university!
Coke_Senpai Jan 8, 6:41 AM
Right... Sorry for double posting (/ ~ \)

I kind of get what you mean. Kaiba was a little disturbing in more than one way. But nevertheless, I really enjoyed it! ^-^ It wasn't annoying at all, so no worries there.

Thank you!~ (I hadn't realized until I read your message, but despite wishing everyone a happy new year, I completely forgot that it's 2019 ><)
Coke_Senpai Jan 4, 10:48 AM

Thank you very much for the Secret Santa recommendation! I really enjoyed watching Kaiba. Blew through the whole series in under 24 hours in fact. xD The art was pretty unique. The story was kind of dark, like you mentioned, and that's probably why I enjoyed it so much! The opening and ending themes were really pretty too. Overall, I had fun! Thank you once again.

It's kind of late for Christmas... So instead, Happy New Year! Have a great year ahead. ^^
dreamerofpluto Jan 3, 11:25 PM
Oh my goodness, what a wonderful story! I'm happy to be your "destined" friend ^.^ And I'd love to hear what it was you were planning to recommend to me before my Santa ended up gifting me xxxHolic! I don't think I fully understand the behind-the-scenes of MAL's Secret Santa, but it's fascinating to get a glimpse at it!

Yes, I adore all yuri -except- the voyeuristic-cute-girls-kissing-and-nothing-more yuri. I actually am one of the cofounders of a yuri group in my area that meets every other week to watch yuri and which hopes, one day, ultimately to create our own yuri-con! I tend to come at yuri from a fairly academic perspective (I'm a teacher; I can't help it ;P), so love tracing various tropes and how they've grown through history. I am also passionate about yuri's cultural impact in heteronormative Japan ^.^ (It makes me so sad to read through the initial Secret Santa postings at just how many people shove yuri into their "dislikes" section for no good reason. Alas.)

I seem to recall that one of the other cofounders of my yuri group filmed my last convention panel (which was less informative/more plain fun--my "Choose Your Own Yuri Adventure" presentation)... Would you be interested in it if it were something I could, indeed, find? (I'm not sure if the filming exits/in what format it exits, if it does. I certainly never wanted to watch it, myself ;P)

I'm also really curious what you meant when you said that we had some taste that was quite similar and some that was quite dissimilar! What was it that most struck you?
tingy Jan 1, 3:31 AM

Thanks for helping make Secret Santa a success for yet another year!
I hope this year will be good to you ^^
Nyasei Dec 21, 2018 10:55 AM
Heya, my bad for taking so long to follow up, I did actually wind up watching Yuri Kuma Arashi (it was available on crunchyroll) not too long after you recommended it. It was really good! Surprisingly touching, and the ending, oof. I've been looking into Mawaru Penguindrum also. I'll definitely be able to recognize the style from now on, it's wild but very pretty and fun to watch. I'll likely look into the other anime you mentioned at some point, just thought I'd say thanks again~
Hamody_Asgail Dec 21, 2018 9:32 AM
Oh I'm sorry to hear that, that's too bad :/ But I guess it's less work now 😅

Well then guess time will tell, thanks as always XD

Well we only have to hope it does one day XD
Hamody_Asgail Dec 21, 2018 6:56 AM
Hey Conde long time no see! I just had to make sure of something, I have just only turned-in my AWC yesterday, as I was waiting for Banana Fish to end (although I found a fault at last minute but managed well XP), but is there a way to know if I passes of not? Also I shouldn't add a completion banner til I make sure it was a successful turn-in, right?

Btw I played your profile and oddly enough, got the bad ending :} It's really fun tho?

PS Just a thought that just crossed my mind: I see that you've read and favorited the Utsuro no Hako to Zero no Maria novel. I remember finding it a while back and thinking that I'd like to watch an anime adaptation of it, so mind telling me briefly what you thought about it 😅? I don't know why but I get the feeling its the plate of food for a Shaft anime XD
maudjen Dec 15, 2018 8:55 PM
No worries for the late reply, I'm replying late too lol. It's been one and a half months since I finished the one of the anime you recommended me. My pick was Hyouka because I wanted a type of anime outside my usual animes and I thought that was the "most different".

I know you warned me about the "doesn't focus on the plot" but at the beginning I was wondering what was the plot because I thought it would be about the anthology's mystery, but that was solved rather quickly. By the time of the festival arc I found myself enjoying it as I understood that the structure was many small arcs with its own little mystery. thank you for the recommendations, dennou coil seems pretty good(I'm fan of sci-fi and mystery) and I'll check it out when I finish the challenge.
Annarella21 Dec 13, 2018 2:10 PM
did you break your nose back then?