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Anime Stats
Days: 39.6
Mean Score: 6.34
  • Total Entries379
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes2,351
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Attack No.1
Attack No.1
Dec 12, 3:16 PM
Watching 28/104 · Scored -
Houseki no Kuni (TV)
Houseki no Kuni (TV)
Dec 10, 8:47 AM
Watching 10/12 · Scored -
Yoru wa Mijikashi Arukeyo Otome
Yoru wa Mijikashi Arukeyo Otome
Nov 20, 6:23 AM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 6
Manga Stats
Days: 88.9
Mean Score: 6.39
  • Total Entries663
  • Reread0
  • Chapters16,004
  • Volumes1,516
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
Yesterday, 9:39 AM
Reading 69/? · Scored -
Prison School
Prison School
Yesterday, 9:39 AM
Reading 275/? · Scored -
Shishunki Bitter Change
Shishunki Bitter Change
Yesterday, 5:01 AM
Reading 53/? · Scored -

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UnoPuntoCinco Dec 9, 8:21 AM
i didn't know you dropped out. I'm thinking on studying Japanese as well, but I'm studying Latin as well. Regarding French Je crois que Je sais assez pour me defendre. Orthography is my enemy and listening but I do think I'm getting better regarding grammar and syntax.
I've also been getting more into Poetry and Theater, I mostly like poetry that rhymes and Tragic theater. I think there must be something on theater that can be useful for comic book crafting.

I've read both Madame Edwarda and Ma Mère, they are different books, If I recall correctly Ma Mère wasn't completed and I didn't like it too much
UnoPuntoCinco Dec 7, 8:44 PM
Yeah, there is a deeper meaning to his writings that I could grasp from Salvador Elizondo's prologue to his own translation of Madame Edwarda.

How's filming going?
UnoPuntoCinco Nov 26, 7:56 PM
Also: I heavily recommend you Belladonna of Sadness
UnoPuntoCinco Nov 26, 7:55 PM
I've recently read some of Georges Bataille novels. Of one of them, Histoire de l'oeil, Maruo has an adaptation

Have you read him?
Fuchsia Nov 25, 2:29 AM
Gl, it's a great series =D
Fuchsia Nov 24, 8:12 PM
Song of the Long March!!!!!
lady_freyja Nov 12, 9:35 PM
Ça a l'air rigolo !
Ça me tente bien. へへ
Surtout que les tags sur baka-updates sont épiques…

8h-17h les cours pour aujourd'hui, souhaite moi bonne-chance !
Et on reparle de ce manga ce soir.
lady_freyja Oct 30, 11:47 AM
Le manga de tout à l'heure, est bien sur MAL !

Je ne trouve pas vraiment d'info dessus par contre…
lady_freyja Oct 21, 11:35 PM
Bobby ni Kubittake est un court métrage dont le chara design a été fait par l'auteur de Banana Fish, ça te tente pour quand je serais à Nantes ?

PS: nouvel avatar de Reiko Shimizu !
lady_freyja Oct 16, 11:27 AM
Ah oui, j'ai un petit peu du mal avec plusieurs voix aussi.
Mais moi ça allait, même si comme tu dis, ça semble pas mal diverger des Hagio et autres Shimizu. Dans tous les cas, les premiers morts tombent, a priori !

Du bon shōjo qui débute bien donc. :p
lady_freyja Oct 16, 10:24 AM
AU fait au fait !

Je ne sais pas pourquoi je n'en t'ai pas parlé plus tôt vu que ça fait des années que je connais, et si ça se trouve tu connais déjà. Mais tiens, du source-material pour ton futur anime:
lady_freyja Oct 12, 7:21 AM
Au fait !
J'ai vu ça passer sur facebook ce matin, mais je viens de tiquer là maintenant en regardant de plus près les illustrations.

Hoshi no Tokei no Liddell, que Halfsleeper avait posté sur la galerie, c'était magnifique et tout et tout.
Eh bien BlackBox tente de négocier pour le publier en français !

J'espère que ça aboutira, je veux trop le lire. oO

Ils ont posté une galerie.
hypocrite_tenma Oct 9, 5:12 PM
I am mainly interested in Kantou Heiya because it's a bildungsroman, and its setting takes place in a non-city environment, because most stories in Japan from anime take place in Tokyo, or other city. Lady Snowblood looks okay, but Im not as interested because it seems to have lots of violence.


And if his stories are mainly about the visuals and metaphors, then I guess my question was irrelevant. I'm used to consuming media that is plot/story driven, and dont care about poetical or lyrical presentation. But I'm starting to get more interested in how a story is presented, rather than just plot twists or action sequences. Action can be poetic, but it's hard to pull off and most stories just glorify the violence.
lady_freyja Oct 8, 3:15 AM
Merci !
hypocrite_tenma Oct 7, 10:24 AM
Hi, I came here from Kamimura Kazuo page. I am so excited to read his stuff, but Im here in America, and I've heard from other profiles that his stuff is only available in France from outside Japan, maybe other places. I just wanted to ask, what makes his stories so good? I love his artwork, and just by looking at some of his panels online tells a great story to me.
I know it's probably personal, and each person will take away different things from his stories. But, from looking at his settings, there seems to be a big Post-war Japan conflict , which I am very interested in. But what did you take away from the stories, both the personal, and the overall setting?