I… forget that Vento Aureo characters are named after food.
as a Satoru Akahori fan I can say that I know that feel, bro
I am Garrick. I also answer to Matt, Starbeam, たんぽぽ色の冬至 and a few other names. Twinkle Night is my doujin game circle, which consists entirely of me and has so far released only one short game.
I am a(n): 22-year-old, bibliophibian, anime fan, metadata junkie, polyglot, über shrimp.
Single & gay. He/his/himself.
Recently obsessed with Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure.
I translate things like fancomics sometimes. Feel free to ask if there's something you'd like to see in English; I can't guarantee I'll do it, but I'm much more likely to work on things if it seems like there's an interest.
so I’m jamming to some folk music as you do
[spoken word] Hatless heads and heads with hats, people alone, people together
ok cool it’s one of those torch song dealios
watched by my sniper’s eye
poised to drop invisible love-bombs
I find it funny that 4Kids is still the go-to shorthand for “unfaithful translation” and I still see parodies called “if 4kids dubbed x”, even though they haven’t been in any way relevant for years
I guess that just shows how influential (in various senses) they were in their time?
Let’s just take a moment to envy the people at TRIGGER whose job it was to draw this.
Homestuck is basically the western world’s version of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure.
It starts off normally enough but it soon snowballs into an inescapable world of bright colours, questionable art and sheer lunacy that just keeps sucking you in because holy shit you want to see what sort of brilliant bullshit happens next.
Also no matter how many posts you see of it on Tumblr, you can’t remotely even begin to figure out what the hell is going on.
Shut the hell up
not enough baras, try again
#me vs. josuhan
Greetings, druids of the Fellowship! I hope you’ve had a restful and bountiful summer (or winter, if you’re one of our southern friends!). Here at the McFarland Manor, it’s been a busy summer, one full of writing, gardening, house-hunting, and fiber crafts. (Not too shabby, eh?) Lughnasadh is, as you know, a tricky High Day…
Cosmopolitan: Get That Life
How I became a museum’s Chief Curiosity Correspondent
Did you ever think Cosmo would run an image of dermestid beetles nibbling on a goose carcass?
I can’t describe how proud I am that such a popular magazine typically focused on fashion and sex tips is also incorporating scientists into their features because fashion and sex tips and gross anatomy are not at all mutually exclusive.
We are rebranding feminism and empowerment one major media publication at a time.
Thank you, world.
Summary: A little witch needs the co-operation of her familiar spirit to pass the term, but it can’t change its fundamental nature.
(This is a little story I originally cooked up for a writing class, but I got permission to post it now that the class is over.)