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Typotastic

This is SilvaNoir from deviantart (and other sites), from Massachusetts in real life.

This is a blog full of my thoughts and feelings on COMIC BOOKS, anime, movies, TV, fandom, nostalgia, ART, my (fan)art, shipping, etc.

TYPOS: I type terribly. I only notice them after a post has been reblogged a few times. And then I fix it. After it's too late.

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Posts tagged anime

Sep 3 '14
googfriday:

i just started watching slayers and this show is really weird

googfriday:

i just started watching slayers and this show is really weird

Sep 3 '14

callmewingus:

my hand slipped and a whole set happened whoops

Aug 24 '14

jason-brody:

iporygon:

therightnippleofgilgamesh:

a genre-aware white haired anime boy that dyes his hair in protagonist colours in an attempt to avoid his tragic fate

Anime mom untying her side ponytail when shit starts going down to avoid death

Anime protagonist dying their hair normal colours so they don’t have to deal with this shit.

Aug 17 '14
jakewyattriot:

Working the night shift, warmed up with some concept work for a little comic I’d like to make.
I wrote the outline last night.
I’m gonna bug my editor about it on Monday.
I think this should happen.
-Jake

that would be a great crossover/homage

jakewyattriot:

Working the night shift, warmed up with some concept work for a little comic I’d like to make.

I wrote the outline last night.

I’m gonna bug my editor about it on Monday.

I think this should happen.

-Jake

that would be a great crossover/homage

Aug 17 '14

toastoat:

toastoat:

i wish when i felt threatened or angry or embarrased my hair would do the expandy fluffy thing like in ghibli films

(Source: ghostoat)

Jul 21 '14

I gave up on Attack on Titan

I do not know why that anime is so popular.  I tried for you, tumblr. I really did.  11 episodes in and I can’t take it anymore. 

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Jun 30 '14

codenamesailorb:

PART 1 OF OFFICIAL TEASER IMAGES FOR SAILOR MOON CRYSTAL VIA NATALIE HERE.

YOU GUYS. I CAN’T. I CAN’T. THIS LOOKS SO AMAZING. MY HEART. OMG. OMG. JULY 5 WHERE ARE YOU COME TO ME NOWWWWW.

I CAN’T WAIT. ASKDFJALSKDJFALS;KDFJAL;SKDJFL;KSADJFLKAJSD;FA

Follow me on twitter for constant Sailor Moon updates @CodenameSailorB.

This makes me feel better about the new anime.  It’s not going to be completely CGI slick, it still has some of the pastel watercolor-like backgrounds (I really like that kind of look in old animes, ok?).

Jun 22 '14

thecroods:

First Look: Studio Ghibli’s Omoide no Marnie

Studio Ghibli’s next film will be Omoide no Marnie, an adaptation of Joan G. Robinson’s children’s novel, When Marnie Was There.

The novel tells the story of Anna, a lonely, brooding, adopted girl who travels to the coast to stay with a kindly older couple. While there, Anna meets Marnie, a mysterious girl who lives in ‘The Marsh House,’ a large, aging mansion by the sea. The two girls gradually become friends, a first for Anna. Then, one day, Marnie vanishes. A new family, the Lindsays, move into The Marsh House. Having learned so much from Marnie about friendship, Anna befriends the Lindsays — and learns some strange truths about Marnie, who was not all she seemed…

Miyazaki fans with encyclopedic memories may recognize When Marnie Was There as one of the 50 books recommended by the maestro for children. (The rest of us can click here to see the list. Tons of great titles!)

According to filmbiz.asia, the story has been transported from England to Japan for the animated adaptation. The official press release lists The Secret World of Arrietty‘s Hiromasa Yonebayashi as the director, with the writing being done by Yonebayashi, Keiko Niwa (co-writer of Arrietty) and Princess Mononoke‘s supervising animator Ando Masashi.

I can’t wait!

(Source: skunkandburningtires)

Jun 18 '14

addict-se:

silvanoir:

addict-se said: OOH if you ever get a chance, I’d recommend Baccano! It’s a bit confusing at first, but the characters are neat and it’s set during the prohibition—really different for an anime. I really like it C:

Not only have I watched Baccano!, but I have it on DVD :)  Very good series.  I’ve also watched Durarara!, but the DVDs of that are crazy-expensive, so I only got to see that once (on tv).

(Haha, I realized that Baccano has a bit of character death and blood in it after I sent this… so sorry for that! But also, hell yeah, I’m glad it’s not just me who’s watched it!)

I have yet to watch Durarara!—man, I really need to try it out.. it sounds great. Hmm, the only thing I can think of that’s an anime that isn’t loaded with death or gore is Mushi-Shi—which is definitely a slower but pretty and fun anime C:

No worries.  I’ve watched Musi-shi and have it on DVD too.  I like the slowness of it… especially for the scenery.  It’s a peaceful anime (overall).  

Durarara takes a while to get started but it’s really good after a while, the way everyone’s lives are tangled up in that patch of city (Tekkonkinkreet was good in that way too).  Like I said though, DRRR’s DVDs are expensive… try to find a stream online (or borrow it from a friend)

Jun 18 '14

addict-se said: OOH if you ever get a chance, I’d recommend Baccano! It’s a bit confusing at first, but the characters are neat and it’s set during the prohibition—really different for an anime. I really like it C:

Not only have I watched Baccano!, but I have it on DVD :)  Very good series.  I’ve also watched Durarara!, but the DVDs of that are crazy-expensive, so I only got to see that once (on tv).