As promised, here’s the full details on this lovely Yata X Fushimi dakimakura:
Venue: Tokyo Comiket 83, Booth 332
Date: 29/12/2012 to 31/12/2012
Price: 10000 yen including taxes.
This is probably exclusive to Comiket alone so you need to decide fast and quick if you want this. If you don’t stay in Japan, you’ll need to hire a courier service and I can recommend some of such services (not affliated to fudanshihaven) if you need.
So I just started this blog and it’s probably going to be awhile for me to build up my content and for it to even appear in google search I guess. So if this blog may seem rather dead… it’s not going to stay that way so do come back once in a while for new updates!
But just to give you a taste on what’s happening for the rest of November, these are the animes that I will be following and blogging about this season:
K: So I understand that all of yaoi-dom is mostly crying over this right now; however to be honest; I’m not as impressed with this anime as I should be. The plot direction seems rather haphazard and I’m rather turned off with the overt objectification of women in this anime (normalised in many shounen anime but that doesn’t make it tasteful). Though the plot is starting to pick up, the character developments are really starting to become intriguing and yaoiness is starting to kick in; I’m not holding my breath.
Erotic gaze + bitchslap = ヽ(；▽；)ノ
I love this anime series probably because it appeals towards my sociological instincts and its portrayal of class-struggles and capitalist oppressions are practically begging to be analysed. Given that Magi is drawn by a female mangaka; she doesn’t really stand for all the bullshit/ 2 dimensional demeaning portrayals of females that is rather recurring in many other animes. Alibaba is really charming as the protagonist and there’s this natural and easy synergy that exist between the booby-loving magical kid, the spineless ex-prince who suddenly have a burst of character growth at the end of episode one, and the pink-haired beast-girl who kicks really really well.
And this of course, doesn’t hurt.
Shinsekai Yori: Haven’t watch it but this:
Gives this an instantaneous tick on the “must-watch” anime list.
The sensual butt-smacking/feeling doesn’t hurt either.