First off, I want to thank everyone who still visits my blog <3 I was surprised after not logging in for so long that I still get an awesome number of views, but sadly, I do not update here anymore^^; I’ve been debating the move for a while since I really love WordPress, but my friends are over at livejournal and I enjoy updating there much, much more. So here you guys go:
Most of the entries are public, and if you have an account, don’t be afraid to add me! The entries here will stay here, but I’m changing my blog link over at DannyChoo to my livejournal, and I won’t be linking here anymore. Thank you for your support guys!
The first thing that I want to say is that Noizi Ito-senpai’s work is amazing. This artbook, however, isn’t as good.
This overview is on Haruhi-ism, the art collection of Noizi Ito. My regular visitors know that I love Haruhi and the gang very much, and any merchandise on the series is pretty well done (the figures alone are just amazing.), but this artbook was painful to look at. Not because of the art, because the art is as stunning as it should be, but the format of this book… I mean seriously, did the publishing company really think it was ok to release it like this? To see what i mean, read on.
The last hijacked review from my previous blog, from now on there will be updated ones!
Yes, this is that book that is in an annoying clam shell and you can’t look through it before buying. It’s pretty pricey too, and I couldn’t find a single preview or anything online, so I decided to buy one and make one myself, for those who aren’t sure if they want to buy it or not.
My first year of college, I attended Pennstate University and I had my own apartment. At the time, I wasn’t really all too in to anime, it kinda started my second semester after my room mate showed me Fruits Basket. Well, when we transferred, I didn’t have a room in my house to call my own, just a bed and a dresser, no real decoration. I kept all my anime stuff in the basement, and that’s where it stayed. I called it my Office <3 Ah, looking at the images here brings back happy memories ^0^ It’s extremely messy, and it was never usually like this, but I wanted to include as many things as I could from my office in the shots XD I’m kind of embarassed about the mess, but I still want to share how it used to look!
So I took a look at my fellow blogger Chibi and her blog a lot, and she updates a LOT. So she makes me want to update a lot as well (Let’s see how long this keeps up for.) I had a blog before this one (also called Little My Blog) but I didn’t know what I was doing and had no idea how to travel the blogging scene, though I had my own reviews up there as well. I’m stealing my own review for the Fruits Basket dvd collection here:
I compared the two releases for those who needed to decide which one to buy. I hijacked it from my own blog to put here, so enjoy!
UGH SUCH AN EXHAUSTING WEEK.
As promised, I’m going to try to do more “A day in the life” with it being more like… “A certain time period in the life” because then I have no restraints.
There are times where I do pull a Konata and I get multiple copies of things that I really love. It’s rare, but I do it. I got the Japanese Tsubasa art book back in Winter 2008, and it was something that I didn’t have to think twice about before getting. I was still in my early art book buying days and I was apprehensive about prices (because as all shoppers that go to Ebay and plan on ordering from Japan know, the shipping is killer.), but as soon as I saw this book, I acted on instinct and didn’t think twice about the price. That was in 2008, and just recently did the English version of the art book come out, which I got as well. I was debating buying another copy of the book anyway because my Japanese one is worn out from me looking at it so often. Wanna see if there are any differences?