cotton genesis

Code: Realize: Cotton Candy Party 

The cover used for the June 2017 issue of B’s-Log with Code:Realize as the main feature, This illustration seems to be a sort of alternate/add on version to the illustration done by miko for the “Code:Realize ~Fantastic Party~” event featuring the voice actors for all main bachelors. If you look closely at the bunting, you will see it says “~Fantastic Party~.


In addition, appears Lupin is wearing the same tuxedo he uses in the aforementioned illustration. I don’t think I’ve seen Delly in a main illustration before, so this is quite rare. I would love to see more of Cardia’s gorgeous dress, but it’s covered by the cotton candy (or fairy floss). Please, do not pass up the cute Sissi balloon in the back!


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Folio 26v of the Cotton Genesis had a miniature of Abraham meeting Angels
The Cotton Genesis (London, British Library, MS Cotton Otho B VI) is a 4th- or 5th-century Greek Illuminated manuscript copy of the Book of Genesis. It was a luxury manuscript with many miniatures. It is one of the oldest illustrated biblical codices to survive to the modern period. Most of the manuscript was destroyed in the Cotton library fire in 1731, leaving only eighteen charred, shrunken scraps of vellum. From the remnants, the manuscript appears to have been more than 440 pages with approximately 340-360 illustrations that were framed and inserted into the text column. Many miniatures were also copied in the 17th century and are now in the BnF in Paris (Ms. fr. 9530).