as i found it boring

leafera  asked:

I'm not blaming everything on Edd but I believe he has some fault to this, I mean he didn't know tom and Tord were dating but like if Edd wasn't drunk when tom was and the thing happened I kinda feel mad bout that. I mean if he SOMEHOW truly didn't know tom was drunk, I can accept that, or if he was drunk himself, etc

In my comic, everyone is to blame on some Level. Except Matt. Originally, I wanted Tom to purposely cheat on Tord. But I found it to boring. I wanted to make it much more complicated rather than Tom just being a dick and using Edd as well as abusing Tord with his neglect. It doesn’t fit him tbh.

teacream  asked:

Hey Himitsu! So, I'm thinking about starting Garo but I watched the first few episodes a couple of years ago and I found it kind of boring. Should I persevere? I always see GIFs and photos from the newest season and it looks pretty awesome.

Here’s the thing about Garo, the first season is kind of slow to start.  If you like J-Horror, it’s paced in a very similar matter and kind of feels like a horror anthology with a constant cast.  It does pick up after a few episodes and really sets the stage for everything that comes after it with some seriously great world building and design work. That said, the early episodes are very character focused on letting the viewer get to know who the main characters are and what they are like in this world of horrors and secret battles.

Once you get about halfway in (it’s a relatively short series with 25 or so episodes) it really picks up.  It also introduces my favorite character in the entire franchise, the Silver Knight Zero (who was so popular he got two spinoff series of his own!)

The first season is a good one, the second might be even better.  The third season takes things into an indeterminate future after everyone from the first series is gone (or it might be an AU) while the fourth returns back to the original universe to tell the tale of the son of the main character from the first two series. Then then fifth season goes BACK to the future AU for more tales with that cast.  It’s all fantastically made and gorgeous to look at, especially the movies!

So I would urge you to plow through those first half dozen or so episodes and get into the real meat of the story of the first season.  It’s paced very differently from your standard tokusatsu hero show but it gets SO good later on.

Thanks for the question, Enjoy the show!

Also, I have not seen the animated series for this yet.  The character designs really turned me off.

I would like to take the time to remind everyone of how sassy Tolkien could be, as evidenced by this response to people who did not like his book:

“Some who have read the book, or at any rate have reviewed it, have found it boring, absurd, or contemptible, and I have no cause to complain, since I have similar opinions of their works, or of the kinds of writing that they evidently prefer.”



I swear jackson just want sleep and mark is like…uhm he enjoying this scene too much lol