There’s even a dress up+customized wallpaper game for Rin! After dressing Rin and putting some cute things like four leaf clovers and bunnies, you’ll get a copy as a wallpaper.
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Lately I’ve been very busy with RL stuff. I’m trying to collect myself and change my ever so lazy lifestyle into an active one. I work out and diet(My target weight is 43kg and I’m a jog away from achieving that, so I’m happy!), practice driving and go to school. I’m still active online but I try to minimize my time for that. I hope you guys would understand my reason. Don’t worry, I’ll still try to update every time I get anime/manga/BL news, only, not as much as before.
That aside, I’m putting in some interesting titles on my Amazon cart to be ordered by mid July. Here’s a glimpse of the list:
The next list is my batches of non-BL manga tankoubon which I’ll order after the one above. (Those titles with the same colored bullets will be ordered together, of course I won’t order all of these at once.)
Actually, I’m having second thoughts on ordering Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun. It’s not giving me the ‘OMG I LIEK THIS’ effect but it’s entertaining. If not, maybe I’ll go with Ao no Exorcist batch.
The list can be viewed @listography
Note: I plan to make a summary/part translation for the second seiyuu event of Hetalia. I’ll be posting that this month.
Broadcasting Date: October 2011
Mangaka: Hotta Kiichi
Producers: J.C. Staff
Director: Mamoru Koube
Screenwriter: Yoshida Reiko
Art Director: Kai Masatoshi
Sound Director: Katsunori Shimizu
Character Design: Masayuki Onchi
Music: Elements Garden
The July issue of Hakusensha’s LaLa magazine is announcing next Tuesday that a live-action television series adaptation of Bisco Hatori’s Ouran High School Host Club romantic comedy manga has been green-lit for this July. The series on the TBS network will feature Yūsuke Yamamoto (Kamen Rider Kabuto, Hana Zakari no Kimi-tachi e) as the Host Club president Tamaki Suō and Haruna Kawaguchi (Yankee-kun to Megane-chan, Moshidora) as the heroine Haruhi Fujioka.
This year’s 9th issue of Square Enix’s Young Gangan magazine is announcing on Friday that Kento Hayashi and Mirei Kiritani are starring in the live-action television and film adaptations of Hikaru Nakamura’s Arakawa under the bridge manga. Hayashi and Kiritani will play Riku and Nino, respectively.
Hayashi appeared in Kōshōnin ~The Negotiator~ The Movie as well as in the live-action film version of Hiroshi Tanaka’s Bakugyaku Kazoku manga (as a former gang leader’s son). Kiritani has played roles in the live-action versions of the Hana-Kimi, Otomen, Kimi ni Todoke, and Usagi Drop manga.