September 26, 2010 § Leave a comment
Kuroshitsuji Meme (? IDK if this is considered a meme or not) which I grabbed somewhere off the net.
Only characters from Season 1, though. I hope I’ll come across a Season 2 – plus, this one doesn’t have all the characters but oh well… >.>
Feel free to grab if you want to try it out. 🙂
August 27, 2010 § 1 Comment
Note: Don’t take this uber seriously, this is just my current fandom craze over Hetalia.
‘Coz I’ve been reading, watching and researching too much Hetalia on my very small free time, I’m going crazy as hell for it again. Especially since Tokyopop serialized the manga in English (will be released on September) and Funimation has serialized the anime in English (I’m not sure when the DVDs will be released, but I’m buying)!
I want a Mochimerica and Mochiggy to snuggle with while I sleep. >.> I swear. I will never look at countries the same way ever again (and soon, in the future I’ll never look at the zodiac the same way ever again – StarrySky! >.<)
And to add more to my fandom obsession, I can’t look at train stations normally due to watching Miracle Train. It was Japan’s train stations, but train stations are found everywhere and it reminds me of the bishounen. *drool*
BTW, in all fairness to Hetalia, I did learn a lot of stuff from the anime, manga and web comic. So, it’s not really a useless (hetare) show. But obsessive is what defines me and I nearly screamed ‘PASTAAAA~~’ when I ate lunch with my family and they asked me what I want.
On with the survey that I got somewhere off the ‘net!
April 21, 2010 § Leave a comment
Scans are from bleachasylum.
Anyway, I still stand by my theory from Chapter 38 (the first chapter of the “Phantomhive Mansion Murder” Arc) that this entire thing is planned by Sebastian and Ciel.
But things are going quite out of hand, at least in my point of view. Since it’s clarified in this chapter that the servants don’t know about Sebastian’s origins. If Sebastian comes back alive… He has a lot of explaning to do–but then again, those three are idiots, so they might accept whatever explanation Sebastian has. Or they aren’t as stupid as we take them for and would actually accept Sebastian since to quote them, “If it wasn’t for Mr. Sebastian we wouldn’t even be here… We didn’t have a thing. No home. No Friends. No Freedom. All of these, every single thing was given to us by the young master and Mr. Sebastian.“.
April 20, 2010 § 1 Comment
When I thought that I was able to hit the hay for the day, a utorrent bubble popped on my laptop screen announcing that the third episode of Maid-sama was finished. However, seeing the word “Maid” kinda made me feel more tired that I collapsed on my bed.
Ironically, our one and only maid resigned just yesterday leaving our household of five (including myself) to fend for ourselves. X_X But wishing to have a maid like Misa-chan or Meirin-san (Kuroshitsuji) would kill me, may be an all-around servant like Sebastian would do this household good–I would definitely go out of my room often. *nosebleed*
Ehem! Anyway, despite being tired, I decided to watch the third episode of Maid-sama. « Read the rest of this entry »
April 16, 2010 § Leave a comment
I have finally found the anime that I needed to watch! And I need to thank my friend for something that got me to searching manga titles in mangatraders which resulted into having me check out Kaicho wa Maid-Sama! then of course, I headed over to Wikipedia and boom~ I find out it just began airing as an anime.
Of course, I told my friend and she said, “Oh, that. Yeah, I read the manga. It’s ok.”
So, I went on ahead to download episodes 1 and 2 from nyaatorrents and today, I just finished downloading them (it took one night to download both :'(). And now when I mentioned it to her on Y!Messenger, she said, “Oh, you could’ve asked me. I already have it. You could’ve DDL from me.”
April 14, 2010 § Leave a comment
A major nosebleed to the new anime that’s airing (and subbed) as we speak! And fair warning to people who are anemic, this isn’t good for you!
Uragiri wa Boku no Namae O Shitteiru–or in plain old English, Betrayal Knows My Name.