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Days: 121.9
Mean Score: 6.44
  • Total Entries1,139
  • Rewatched10
  • Episodes7,812
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Days: 16.0
Mean Score: 7.90
  • Total Entries158
  • Reread0
  • Chapters2,883
  • Volumes227
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Keyaki Shimai no Shiki
Keyaki Shimai no Shiki
Apr 17, 2:03 PM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Koi to Uso
Koi to Uso
Mar 16, 1:27 AM
Reading 197/? · Scored 7
Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru!
Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru!
Mar 16, 1:12 AM
Reading 73/? · Scored 8

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luluberlu Apr 15, 4:44 PM
thank you for the clarification. I'm not into visual novels and this series came out recently.
Animelik Feb 23, 12:31 PM
W mandze to po prostu pierwszy etap historii i dalej jest mnóstwo poznawania zewnętrznego świata. Jednak anime pewnie zakończy się właśnie na ucieczce i resztę pokażą dopiero w ewentualnych następnych sezonach. Ogólnie bardzo polecam mangę, ona znacznie lepiej przedstawia nawet same te przygotowania do ucieczki.
MiniJusta Feb 23, 12:21 PM
Spoko spoko, już wiem jakie masz podejście do tłumaczeń ;)
Ja aż takich wymagań nie mam, raczej kupuję mangi bo mi na nich zależy. Może bym kupowała z angielskimi tłumaczeniami, ale mnie nie stać.
Marta1806 Feb 23, 9:34 AM
Cześć,
to ja pytałam się Ciebie na blogu o rekomendacje. Co prawda profilu tutaj nie miałam, ale z racji tego, ze zaraz matura, to przecież nie będę się bezmyślnie patrzeć w ścianę. W każdym razie preferuję pozycję, przy których trzeba uruchomić mózg, bardziej dojrzałe, nie wiem czy wiesz co mam na myśli. Psycho pass to mój aktualny numer jeden, ze względu na przedstawioną historię, problematykę i ogólnie klimat. Poza tym bardzo podobało mi się Zankyou no Terror, Parasyte i Attack on Titan. Raczej wolę fantastykę, bo lubię jak dużo się dzieje, ale Kimi no na wa oraz Koe no katachi były całkiem całkiem. Nie mam pojęcia, co ludzie widzą w Steins;gate, bo robiłam już chyba ze 3 podejścia i za każdym razem zasypiam. Fajnie by było, jakby anime nie miało więcej niż, powiedzmy, 10 lat, ze względu na moje poczucie estetyki. Jakbyś znalazł coś, co odpowiadałoby moim wymaganiom, to byłabym bardziej niż wdzięczna.

PS Wysłałabym wiadomość, ale chyba podejrzewają, że jestem jakimś trollem, bo mogę to zrobić dopiero 3 dni od założenia konta
MiniJusta Feb 23, 2:48 AM
Tak tak to sequel jest :)

Dzięki wielkie.
Chyba sobie odpuszczę.
Albo odkupię kiedyś od kogoś jak będzie odsprzedawać tom za połowę ceny.
MiniJusta Feb 22, 10:12 AM
Hej!
Mam pytanie/prośbę.
Orientujesz się może w tłumaczeniach Waneko? Zapowiedzieli Cardcaptor Sakura i zastanawiam się czy jest sens kupowania. Mam od nich dwa tomy jednej serii, sprzed dwóch lat, więc ciekawi mnie czy się coś zmieniło. Polepszyło/pogorszyło.
Generalnie staram się trzymać z daleka od polskich tłumaczeń, chyba że na serio uwielbiam serię. A właśnie Cardcaptor Sakura to moje ulubione anime, mangi nie czytałam, więc byłaby okazja.
Oczywiście spojrzę w tomik, jak wyjdzie, ale pomyślałam że zapytam Ciebie czy coś o tłumaczeniach Waneko słyszałeś.
Kuro_Neko04 Feb 14, 3:15 PM
Same here.
I started watching anime 7 years ago when I was 7 or 8 and understood that foreign dub just cancel all the real emotions put into an anime just 1 year ago. Indeed Im not english too lmao
SadMadoka Feb 14, 9:59 AM
I mentioned it's a sequel, so there is new content, but there are also flashbacks.
Kuro_Neko04 Feb 13, 4:44 AM
I see you are a man of culture as well.
SadMadoka Feb 11, 8:08 AM
Ah, Planetarian. Now that is some refreshing taste.
I checked to see whether you'd seen the sequel/recap movie, but your list isn't public.
Animelik Jan 18, 9:06 AM
A w sprawie Egao no Daika, następne dwa odcinki były znacznie lepsze od pierwszego. Bardziej skupiono się na wojnie niż na księżniczce, a postacie z drugiej strony konfliktu są o wiele ciekawsze, zwłaszcza druga główna bohaterka. Także polecam dać jeszcze szansę :)
Animelik Jan 18, 1:24 AM
To fajnie. Polecam też przeczytać później mangę, bo w anime pominęli już kilka scen :P
mdo7 Jan 14, 5:48 PM
There's one more thing you need to know. When K-pop artist remake a well-known J-pop song into Korean/K-pop, it seem to help that J-pop song get enough attention. Case in example:



Yeah the song from Nodame Cantabile got a K-pop/Korean remake by a rookie K-pop girl group:



Yeah this K-pop remake of a J-pop song got a lot of attention from people that never even listen to J-pop. Now people are finding the original J-pop music all because of a Korean remake.
mdo7 Jan 14, 5:42 PM
About time you responded to my post, what took you so long? But regarding your response:

you said:
And btw, here's the song that's using almost the same chord progression. Listen to it, listen to the bass line, lead melody line, vocal line and supporting lines. Try to hear how different every of that line is and how well these lines sounds together and simultaneously how complex/long the progressions are (and use headphones if you can).


You're going to have to break that down for me and also explain to me what you mean by that. Because I listen to both J-pop and K-pop that sound like J-pop, and they used a lot of the same tune. Is there something I missed when I listen to J-pop and can't find anything in K-pop.

you said:
This thing is not existent in Kpop, so even if Kpop sounds kinda similar in some examples, it's still way, way different.



Even if it is, when K-pop use similar tune and chord progression to J-pop, the people that hate or get turned off J-pop somehow accepted K-pop when they used the same damn tune and chord progression found in J-pop.

You didn't answer the question: If people were turned off by J-pop because of your idea that tune and chord progression turned off many potential western fans, then how did these same people that got turned off by J-pop's tune accepted K-pop when K-pop used similar tunes and chord progression found in J-pop?

Also I found other K-pop that sound way close to J-pop in term of tune and probably chord progression. the MV you linked to me, yeah I found a K-pop equivalent to that one when it comes to beat:



As you said - some of these tracks sounds kinda similar, but if you listen to it closely - not that much at all. Definitely not in terms of composition and vocal direction (and modulation).


You're going to have to explain that in good detail, because go listen to this one from Oh My Girl:



That sound (which include beat and tune) a lot like what I hear in J-pop. So unless I missed something. I'm going to need you to explain to me on that one.

The thing with Dreamcatcher is they are not coping Japanese style, but mainstream Drum and Bass style (it's really popular in UK).


Did you even listen to Dreamcatcher's music at all? Their music sounds a lot like J-rock and elements of J-pop and anisongs, I mean a lot of observers have said the same thing:

Is dreamcatcher J-pop inspired

Even in a interview with Dreamcatcher, the group themselves had acknowledged about them being compared to J-rock/J-pop because of their music, I mean let me quote the interview:

Which specific artists do the group draw inspiration from? Many people compare Dreamcatcher's music to J-Rock and anime theme songs.

We didn't have any artists specific in our mind when the group was created. but there were a few mentions of Babymetal to understand our group. As for now, rather than drawing an inspiration from other artists, we're doing our best to focus on expressing our uniqueness and be one of a kind.


That alone proves that Dreamcatcher can win a J-pop hater's heart.

To be honest I don't know why did you use Orange Caramel as an example, because it sounds literally like some random one season radio hit in the west. Dunno how it's in America, but in Europe there's a lot of mentioned one season hits like this. It's the exact opposite of the average jpop songs.


uh, a lot of K-pop fans (and some J-pop fans) have said Orange Caramel's music do sound a lot like J-pop. That's very unique amongst people that never listened to J-pop.

Again, I'm waiting for your explanation why people that are turned off by J-pop because of the beat and tune end up accepting K-pop when they used similar tune and beat found in J-pop.
mdo7 Jan 11, 9:57 PM
Are you not going to reply back to my response to your reply about how J-pop couldn't breakthrough in the US despite K-pop breakthrough in the west? I show you K-pop with J-pop-sounding music like Dreamcatcher, Lovelyz, G-friend. Those 3 K-pop girl groups have bigger international fanbases then any of their J-pop counterpart, how is that possible for those K-pop group when their music sound similar (or a lot like) to J-pop? I'm not sure if you're familiar with Loona, one of their music sound a lot like J-pop and yes Loona has gained a lot of international fanbases (and attention) even before they debuted:




So I'm waiting for your response, what do you have to say about K-pop music that sound a lot like J-pop?