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I haven’t written here in awhile, and I’ve started to feel bad for abandoning this page. In general, I wasn’t 100% sure to do with this blog, but now I think I will just continue to update it normally and let it be what it is: a blog.
Things I will be posting from now on:
- Translation updates – I have re-started translating when the urge hits me. I still don’t have enough time to dedicate to translation, but I hope I will be able to get back to it regularly.
- Things I’m doing/done as well as things I’m into now, and that’s exactly what today will be about!
Recently, I started watching Seiyuu to Yo-asobi (lit. “voice actors and night fun”) which is now in its second season. There are different MCs, but I mainly watch on Monday nights, featuring Eguchi Takuya and Yasumoto Hiroki. As expected, I’m all about Egu. I love that he exists, and the show itself has become a goldmine of reaction memes I send my friends through private messages that I know for sure they appreciate.
Well, I can’t get enough Egu (no surprise)…
Amnibus has opened new preorder reservations for exclusive Haikyuu goods on their online store.
They have brand new parkas in Karasuno, Aoba Johsai, and Nekoma colors in both men’s and women’s sizes for 8,800 yen each.
Additionally, pass cases, pouches, and bottle holder bag clips with all new designs in the same three teams and Fukuroudani are available for September 2018 preorders.
Amnibus is also having a limited second round from preorders of watercolor-style character shirts for July preorders.
Persona is coming to Marui Department Stores in Japan with a special limited shop.
Natalie.mu is an entertainment news site in Japan, that also sells exclusive items for various series in their store, including series that often don’t have too many goods to offer, such as ACCA 13, Houseki no Kuni, and Revolutionary Girl Utena (to name a few).
Now, Natalie is offering a new line of Devilman Crybaby goods that will certainly have any DMCB fan crying.
I jumped on the chance to go see Uchiyama Kouki (Fudo Akira) and Han Megumi (Makimura Miki) have a pre-viewing chat at a 10-episode marathon of the full season of Devilman Crybaby.
The series will be soon releasing its Blu-ray “Complete Box” Set on May 30, 2018, so for the run-up to the release, they are holding a couple events that I had the pleasure to attend last Friday.
Literally buying the last ticket available, I was ready to spend my Premium Friday on Devilman.
A new exhibition featuring the art of Yoshitaka Amano will be opening in August 2018! More info below.