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Anime Stats
Days: 85.2
Mean Score: 7.56
  • Total Entries441
  • Rewatched4
  • Episodes5,042
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Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Feb 7, 12:21 AM
Watching 5/25 · Scored 8
Dororo
Dororo
Jan 30, 5:00 AM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 3.5
Mean Score: 8.06
  • Total Entries17
  • Reread2
  • Chapters508
  • Volumes30
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Candy & Cigarettes
Candy & Cigarettes
May 10, 2018 8:51 PM
Reading 3/? · Scored 8
Puppy Lovers
Puppy Lovers
Apr 1, 2018 7:10 AM
Reading 15/49 · Scored 6
Houseki no Kuni
Houseki no Kuni
Apr 1, 2018 7:07 AM
Reading 66/? · Scored 9

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Sethniisan Yesterday, 5:52 AM
Fuck off Muslim!
rizqy96 Jul 6, 2018 8:18 PM
For Sethniisan (Since I can't comment on your profile) :

First of all, I've watched and observed many voice acting in Anime with my decent Japanese listening comprehension, so I could immediately tell that her delivery sounds natural and emotionally accurate. I also learned acting for several years, so I kind of understand the process of "becoming" a character.

Let me explain briefly. Her character undergoes a complex mental state where on one hand, she loves badminton while on the other hand, her complete lost in the tournament decrease her confidence and enjoyment on the sport. In terms of acting, the actor of course needs to understand the character's personality, background,etc. Let me focus on the motivation. Regarding the first episode, to be specific, the actor needs to undertand the character's passion first, because that enables the motivation of the later conflict makes sense. Then add another layer of internal conflict, which is in a form of the lost in the beginning match that leads to her depressed and angry state. Lastly, since there is a part in the episode where she opens up to her friend on how she feels, the actor needs to add that as well as a motivation to be able to cry in that scene. Now, I think Shimabukuro-san managed to incorporate all of those and delivered it very well. It's kind of hard to explain the actual indicators like her tones, tempo, volume, etc. Because in real life, in your native language, you can immediately tell when someone is angry, sad, etc. But sometimes you can't immediately specify why they act like that, or what kind of sadness they are having right now. And if your Japanese comprehension is not sufficient enough, you mas miss some of the details in the intonation, pitch, and volume. I hope my explanation is enough.
MikominMM Aug 10, 2017 2:09 AM
"Please don't be disrespectful guys. It is unfortunate that she had to play megumi, but it's her job as a voice actor. Please don't judge her just by this role."

Sorry sonny, but that's just how life it is. It's called Never Live It Down (http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Laconic/NeverLiveItDown)
Gridley Jul 17, 2016 4:05 AM
*pokes your cheeks*
Gridley Jul 15, 2016 11:26 AM
*squeeze your cute cheeks*

heehee
Gridley Jul 11, 2016 11:18 PM
*licks your cheeks*