ボケっ込み - (n.) a one-person manzai act
(disclaimer: is not actually funny)
This blog is so multi-fandom it almost hurts.
When I'm not drowning in feels, I sometimes translate things and make gifs.
Then I accidentally feels again.
Translation of Shidu’s interview from the Mekakucity Actors feature in this month’s PASH! magazine. Thank you yatsugare for sharing the scans!
|what she says:||I'm fine|
|what she means:||where the fuck is my Hoenn remake|
I know it’s been pretty quiet on the whole release front and, well, in the end we’ve decided to drop the P4U manga project.
We might still do some of the tankoubon extras, but we’ve decided that we should probably chew down some smaller projects before we can actually take on something this big ever again.
Sorry to everyone who was expecting anything from us m(_ _)m
(Keep an eye on pipeds, their group should be doing some stuff.)
right, i forgot to reblog this here. uh.
it’s exactly what it says on the tin.
When Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returned to ABC on March 4 following a one-month break in fresh episodes, it seemed to be a different show. The pace, the storytelling, the action, the characterizations — everything just felt as though it had come together in a way that it hadn’t before. Plus we were finally getting a taste of what Marvel is best at: superheroes, first with Deathlok and, tonight, with the arrival of Lady Sif. So what exactly happened? That’s what we attempt to get to the bottom of with executive producers and co-creators Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon in this exclusive interview.
random note: i think the fact that ogata megumi does play a character in hamatora makes the shinji joke from the first episode like 1000000000000000x funnier
In this episode: Anon Hate is Stupid.