They say that loving you is my biggest mistake. But how can it be wrong if it feels so right? If I ever make a mistake, It's not that I love you…It's thinking that someday you'll love me too. ~Unknown
It’s a pleasure to make your acquaintance, my name is pretty lengthy, but everyone IRL calls me Katsuro-chan ^^. Well, depending if you know about my profession anyway.
I’m a BICT and BSc graduate and have worked in the animation industry as a contracted concept artist and intern manager for four years. That experience had made me a lifelong fan of anime on top of my existing manga obsession (I got my first Manga when I was 2 years old). I also speak Japanese, English and Filipino as my three central languages and enjoy meeting new people, so feel free to add if you need a friend ^^.
There are also 3 major rules I abide by when watching anime:
1. Manga to Anime comparison, and if original, the contextual ability of the story to entice the watcher/reader.
2. I will never drop a single anime and give it a chance until the very end to ensure a fair justification of why I like/dislike a series (I had to force myself to finish Virus Buster Serge... =_=")
3. I love recommendations, and use anime to see what I can do to improve myself as a Mangaka as well as an overall artist. What is the style? How does it effectively add realism and enjoyability?
Anyway, theres also a rule I place in terms of debating about anime, which is plain and simple. That being:
If you are talking to me about an anime and rating it based on a few episodes (unless its currently running), or if you have dropped it far too early, aka people who drop after only 1 arc of many), then your opinion to me is null and void as it is most likely fragmented and subject to flaws.
Apart from that, Please come and sit down, I'll bring some tea while we converse in this wacky universe we call the Internet. I promise not to bite…much. Unless you are MonZero, who is best ice-cream fetish <3.