Since we have a new SM Crystal act coming up, I looked through the manga to find the scenes I’m most excited to see.
(Images and translation from MissDream.)
1. Makoto saving Usagi from stuff before she even becomes a Senshi.
First she saves her from being run over.
I’m honestly getting really tired of the constant hate that Sailor Moon Crystal is getting.
submitted by anonSeriously. I understand that people dislike it and that’s 100% fine but the problem is people are just finding things to complain about it (like slowing down every episode to whine about in between frames; the music; omg cgIIII!!1) and comparing it to the old anime. It’s at the point of nobody cares because it’s overkill and shouldn’t be an issue anymore. What should be important is how they adapt the story not that you hate cgi and it doesn’t look like your childhood. It’s also worse when they get mad if people love the show and transformations which is really unacceptable behavior, I don’t police people on liking shows I don’t like and nobody should. Also concluding the show is a failure (looking at you Anime News Network) before it’s climax is also absurd, we are still on introduction episodes!
I love the way the Senshi are drawn in the manga. They seem so elegant and fairy-like, especially in the dream arc with their long bows and transparent sleeves.
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Anonymous asked: how do you keep your fighting outfits so clean and white. Battling must really do a number on them!
I’m pretty sure magic has something to do with it….
Long-time followers will know that I have a serious obsession with Junji Ito, aka the king of horror manga. I’ve read all of his works that are available in English multiple times. But one has always stuck out to me (and many, MANY others). That story is The Enigma of Amigara Fault.
Basically, a boy, Owaki, and a girl, Yoshida, meet on Amigara Mountain, where a very unsettling discovery has been made. Human-shaped holes are scattered across the mountain, and it soon becomes apparent that these holes are “calling out” to the people they are shaped like. So, what exactly are in these holes?
You’ll need to read on to find out!
WARNING: Do not read this manga if you are claustrophobic or are easily scared. You have been warned.
Note: Read from right to left.