Not so long ago I made a post about two voice actors I respect greatly. It was primarily about the fabulous Wendee Lee, better know to our world as Faye Valentine, Haruhi Suzumiya, and Konata Izumi, but at the end I got a little sidetracked. You see, I found about the equally fabulous Megumi Hayashibara, […]Read more "Moderately Relevant Post: MegumiToons"
I’m posting a little early this week. It’s the last week of NaNoWriMo, my book’s plot is coming together, and I want to get in a couple scenes before I crash. Ready? Here goes. One of the things that happens when you go to a con is that you go to panels, and one of […]Read more "Character Question: Anthy Himemiya"
Spice and Wolf is one of those animes that you watch and you say, “Okay, I know what that is.” That’s because you know what it is. It’s a romantic comedy, When Harry Met Sally set in an unnamed, medieval land. Yep, that’s what it is and that’s all it is. I’ve said this before […]Read more "The Power of Two: Spice and Wolf"
It’s easy to write about Kill la Kill. It’s really cool so you WANT to write about it, and it’s easy to write about because there’s A LOT to unpack in there. Whoever cooked up Neon Genesis Evangelion cooked up something philosophically deep; whoever cooked up Revolutionary Girl Utena cooked up something structurally deep. Whoever […]Read more "The Power of Three: Kill la Kill"
Update ichi: It’s still National Novel Writing month, where writers pledge to write 50,000 words of original fiction in the thirty days of November. Well, as of the end of day on the 7th, I was at 17,895. That’s a good start given it was also midterms. NaNoWriMoLoGo My blurb: Captain Jorge Santa Anna de […]Read more "Double Update"
When I look at couples I tend to classify them as complementary or parallel. A parallel couple is one whose strengths and weaknesses are similar. As a narrative device device, a parallel couple is usually composed of rivals. Because their strengths and weaknesses are similar, they are evenly matched as opponents, meaning conflict between them […]Read more "The Odd Couple: Carole and Tuesday"