Carameldansen is a metaphorical mirror for reality

April 14, 2008 at 9:38 pm (Anime, Fan Culture)

By which I mean this is a pretty good video representation of what work is like at my office lately:


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The world turned upside-down

July 11, 2007 at 10:58 pm (Anime, Fan Culture, games, manga)

Perhaps you are familiar with this cycle: H visual novel becomes popular -> all-ages version released for console (i.e. PS2) -> anime created -> parody 4koma.

Well, Lucky Star started as a parody 4koma. The anime is airing now. I’ve just read there is going to be an all-ages visual novel adaptation for PS2. The end of this path is clear…

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Speaking of GAR

February 27, 2007 at 2:55 am (Fan Culture)

Actually I wasn’t, but nobody in SaiGAR can hold a candle to Brawny Man.

Also, vote for GTO or I eat your family. That is all.

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This is a post about how Megatokyo is better than manga

October 8, 2006 at 6:33 am (Fan Culture, webcomics)

I wonder how much deliberate trolling I can insert into every new post title before WP throws me off their server from the traffic.

Actually I read the rant (I love how that word is like the culture standard lingo for any text accompanying a webcomic update) on a recent Megatokyo and it had some things in it that elicited whole entire thoughts from my brain. I follow MT in so much as it’s one of the webcomic links that are in my huge folder of webcomics links that I open periodically to distract me from my actual work (it’s really effective when they incite blog posts like this one).
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Otakon 2006: Return of Son of Otakon III

August 7, 2006 at 6:11 pm (Fan Culture)

This year’s Otakon adventure included Fat Power Rangers Fanboys, Turkish Pop Cinema, the Goddess of Destruction, hordes of 4channers, lots of surveys, Goths, Goth Lolis, Goth Link, Communist Wolfwood, and Hard Gay.

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