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    Lyncfs (Il y a 4 ans) #2853301Rin is a very spunky character and Tom boyish. I don't think there are too many animes that have girls with shorter hair. Maybe you should try a few more episodes. I usually give an anime three or four before deciding it's not for me. The alter figure of Rin is cute but I can't get over her pants! They remind me of marsh waders!
    Yep, definitely there are guys who like the more innocent animes (which I am hugely thankful for). There's only so much of unreliastic frontal assets that I can take except for HOTD (which I know you like too).

    Maybe I'll watch a couple more next time he's over to watch stuff o:
    Oh yeah I don't like the pants, I wish she had like... little booty shorts or something instead. But the kitty-paw sash is just---- O wO!!!
    Ahhhh yes HotD is my favorite manga! And definitely in my top 10 animes. But there ain't nothing wrong with people wanting something a bit more mellow/tame XD
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    VioMariner (Il y a 4 ans) #2853749Great loot! I really wanted to applaud you on the amazing organization and layout of your blog post. I especially love how you reviewed the figures as Must Have, For Fans, etc. It's so simple but very useful and easier to consider than a numerical value.

    Thank you! I'm glad you liked the layout and found it useful. I wanted to do something different then other bloggers. ^^
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    VioMariner PLATINUM Disco~
    Great loot! I really wanted to applaud you on the amazing organization and layout of your blog post. I especially love how you reviewed the figures as Must Have, For Fans, etc. It's so simple but very useful and easier to consider than a numerical value.
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    Moro (Il y a 4 ans) #2852889Voir le spoilerCacher le spoilerI watched the first episode with a friend who was checking it out since he plays the game, but it really isn't my kind of thing (though I like a lot of the doujinshi, because it's cute and there's a lot of yuri and many other series don't get much in that department.) Ha, there might not be romance with a guy, but I get the impression there is some subtext between the girls, which is better anyway imo = w=
    (Of course, I am speaking of the western audience, as I don't know much about the Japanese one, which is almost always quite different. Or maybe it is similar, for all I know, Japanese Love Live! fans could be mostly female.)
    The core appeal, it seems, is basically "let's watch these girls be cute together and do cute things." Sort of like K-On!, but with a bit more substance (and more variety, Love Live! has more characters), in my impression.
    This is a guess at best, but maybe a reason lots of girls are liking Love Live! is because it's just about the girls doing said cute things and it isn't structured around romance, like you said, which I know LOTS of girls get pretty sick of after a while!
    That and since it's character-driven, the Love Live! girls are more well-rounded characters?
    Oh well yeah, obviously anyone CAN watch something, but the fact of the matter is that there are certain types of things that tend to appeal more to one gender than the other. They do exist, but you're unlikely to find many male Free! fans, for instance.


    Rin is a very spunky character and Tom boyish. I don't think there are too many animes that have girls with shorter hair. Maybe you should try a few more episodes. I usually give an anime three or four before deciding it's not for me. The alter figure of Rin is cute but I can't get over her pants! They remind me of marsh waders!

    Yep, definitely there are guys who like the more innocent animes (which I am hugely thankful for). There's only so much of unreliastic frontal assets that I can take except for HOTD (which I know you like too).
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    Lyncfs (Il y a 4 ans) #2852918I'm glad you at least watched one episode before making your comments.
    Yes, i did notice some subtle things about LL (Noizomi anyone?) but people can make their own conclusions/fantasies (nothing wrong with that). TBH I'm really surprised Love Live is actually made for guys given that none of the characters wear any skimpy outfits or is there any blatant fan service. In the west, this would have 'girly' show written all over it but I know the Japanese think differently.
    LOL. I agree on the Free comment. How many guys want to watch other guys take off their shirts all the time? I guess I should watch the show once to see why people like it.

    I try to take at least a cursory look at most popular stuff. Even if I don't think I'll like it, that way I at least have an idea of what's up with it instead of having no idea whatsoever.
    I like the art style and though 1 episode isn't enough for too many personality details, just at a glance I liked Rin the most, I cannot resist a girl with short hair! I mean look at this face! s1.tsuki-board....

    Well if you think about it, K-On! also didn't have skimpy outfits/blatant fanservice and it was popular with a male audience. Different personality types, since some guys like ecchi things and others would much prefer something more innocent. (Incidentally, K-On! ALSO has lots of yuri doujinshi.)

    I watched some of Free! because my best friend likes it a lot. It was too fluffy for my liking. But also none of the guys are really my type either. For shows like that, essentially for any character-driven series really, having a character that you are really attracted to is everything and you won't get as much out of it if you don't have one that you latch onto, I think.
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    Moro (Il y a 4 ans) #2852889 Ha, there might not be romance with a guy, but I get the impression there is some subtext between the girls, which is better anyway imo = w=

    They do exist, but you're unlikely to find many male Free! fans.

    I'm glad you at least watched one episode before making your comments.

    Yes, i did notice some subtle things about LL (Noizomi anyone?) but people can make their own conclusions/fantasies (nothing wrong with that). TBH I'm really surprised Love Live is actually made for guys given that none of the characters wear any skimpy outfits or is there any blatant fan service. In the west, this would have 'girly' show written all over it but I know the Japanese think differently.

    LOL. I agree on the Free comment. How many guys want to watch other guys take off their shirts all the time? I guess I should watch the show once to see why people like it.
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    Lyncfs (Il y a 4 ans) #2852883Offering my two cents below for your consideration.
    Have you seen Love Live? Even though it is probably a more shonen series the core plot is about working hard and believing in each other with no romance whatsoever. I think this actually appeals to a lot of females when so many shojo animes tend to only focus on getting the guy, hot guy harems etc. I tend to gravitate to more plot heavy animes which are all mostly made for male audiences. I think animes can be enjoyed by either gender regardless of who they are made for.

    I watched the first episode with a friend who was checking it out since he plays the game, but it really isn't my kind of thing (though I like a lot of the doujinshi, because it's cute and there's a lot of yuri and many other series don't get much in that department.) Ha, there might not be romance with a guy, but I get the impression there is some subtext between the girls, which is better anyway imo = w=
    (Of course, I am speaking of the western audience, as I don't know much about the Japanese one, which is almost always quite different. Or maybe it is similar, for all I know, Japanese Love Live! fans could be mostly female.)
    The core appeal, it seems, is basically "let's watch these girls be cute together and do cute things." Sort of like K-On!, but with a bit more substance (and more variety, Love Live! has more characters), in my impression.
    This is a guess at best, but maybe a reason lots of girls are liking Love Live! is because it's just about the girls doing said cute things and it isn't structured around romance, like you said, which I know LOTS of girls get pretty sick of after a while!
    That and since it's character-driven, the Love Live! girls are more well-rounded characters?

    Oh well yeah, obviously anyone CAN watch something, but the fact of the matter is that there are certain types of things that tend to appeal more to one gender than the other. They do exist, but you're unlikely to find many male Free! fans, for instance.
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    bob-sama (Il y a 4 ans) #2852150
    Mind me asking which seller gave those to you cause I really want to try and get the entire set!
    Studpid idol girls destroying our wallets and lives..


    Sent you a PM!

    autumnlucks (Il y a 4 ans) #2852332Yet again a very impressive purchase. I can only imagine the total amount for shipping, lol. My recent purchase had an expensive shipping quote ;_;
    I really like that Nozomi figure, only because she's my favorite out of all the girls, lol!


    Shipping wasn't too bad maybe about 10% of the total cost. I ship using SAL since I can wait for my figures. The Noizomi is really nice looking! Manda has her often she'll probably cost around $20-$30 with shipping.

    debinoresu (Il y a 4 ans) #2852718shirahoshi has to be my favorite from your loot, shes absolutely gorgeous! im not even a fan of one piece yet youve made me want her;;;
    great lootpost!


    Thank you! TBH, I'm not a fan of one piece either but Shirahoshi is really beautiful as a 'art' figure on her own. Wish you luck in finding her. If you can get her locally or from the same country it'll probably save you some $ since she is like $40-$50 shipping costs from Japan.
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    Moro (Il y a 4 ans) #2852855Seems like more than half the loot posts these days are Love Live! stuff. For a while it was nothing but Free! stuff. The trends seem to shift about every few weeks.
    I wasn't aware there were so many female collectors interested in Love Live!, it seems to be so strongly male-targeted.


    Offering my two cents below for your consideration.

    Have you seen Love Live? Even though it is probably a more shonen series the core plot is about working hard and believing in each other with no romance whatsoever. I think this actually appeals to a lot of females when so many shojo animes tend to only focus on getting the guy, hot guy harems etc. I tend to gravitate to more plot heavy animes which are all mostly made for male audiences. I think animes can be enjoyed by either gender regardless of who they are made for.
    Il y a 4 ans
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    Seems like more than half the loot posts these days are Love Live! stuff. For a while it was nothing but Free! stuff. The trends seem to shift about every few weeks.
    I wasn't aware there were so many female collectors interested in Love Live!, it seems to be so strongly male-targeted.
    Il y a 4 ans
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