Alrighty, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about whether this or that has been translated, so here be a masterpost of “everything” that has been covered so far because I too want to know, haha.
That said, I am positive this isn’t a complete list. There are a few things I’m aware is out there but still need to hunt down the links for (and probably even more that I don’t know of at all).ETA: This is all that I know right now. If it’s not here, then I haven’t seen it. Please check the post before sending me an ask about what’s available. I update this several times a day.
Feel free to drop me stuff I’ve missed and I’ll add it in. I would love help from you guys because I’m only one pair of eyes after all and my dash is often out of control. :P
This post will be updated along the way as more translations roll in. Hopefully it can be a nice reference for all of us who are hungry for MOAR KuroFes!
Josh is still putting the finishing touches on the next Utena recap so I will take a moment to talk about another thing that I enjoy.
It is insanely difficult to write for wrestling.
At any given moment, you are dealing with the following characters:
-Wrestlers who are faces (heroes)
-Wrestlers who are heels (villains)
-Wrestlers who are booked as faces but treated by the audience as heels
-Wrestlers who are booked as heels but treated by the audience as faces
-Wrestlers who are miscellaneous
-Interviewers, commentators, managers and assorted mascots, all of whom may be faces or heels
-On-screen authority figures, who may be faces or heels
-Actual authority figures, who may be faces or heels
-The audience, which may be face or heel, depending on what city you’re in, what year it is, and whether the bookers and writers of the show are intentionally antagonizing them or not
You also have comic book levels of backstory and continuity, which (much like in comics) is largely ignored in practice, except when it isn’t; performers who may or may not be able to act, who have a tendency to get injured or suspended for drug use in the middle of important storylines, and may simply refuse to do what you tell them; an audience which cannot even agree about what wrestling is, let alone what is good, but which is the single determinant of your success; and an additional, theoretical audience which stopped watching wrestling in 2003 and which it is your life’s goal to somehow bring back to the fold.
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“I honestly didn’t think too far ahead. Every single time I finished a job, that was it: I was screwed; I was never gonna act again,” she says with a laugh. Even at this point, “longevity” is the no-nonsense goal she’s setting for herself. But Maslany overlooks the simple fact of her own star quality.