i absolute adore this manga

I absolutely adore when famous manga artists draw characters from other series. Here are some good examples:

Kohei Horikoshi (Boku no Hero Academia) draws 2015’s Weekly Shonen Jump protagonists:

Masashi Kishimoto (Naruto) draws Midoriya from Boku no Hero Academia, Giorno Giovanna from Jojo’s Bizarre Adevnture, Goku and Krillin (Dragon Ball) and Luffy (One Piece):

Hirohiko Araki (Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure) draws Naruto:

Eiichiro Oda (One Piece) draws Jotaro Kujo (Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure), Naruto and Rock Lee, Gintoki (Gintama) and Yamcha (Dragonball):

Akira Toriyama (Dragon Ball) draws Jotaro Kujo and Iggy (Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure), Naruto and Luffy (One Piece):

Yusuke Murata (Eyeshield 21, new One Punch Man manga artist) draws Naruto, Luffy (One Piece) and Jotaro Kujo (Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure):

Tite Kubo (Bleach) draws Ghiaccio (Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure), Luffy (One Piece) and Naruto and Orochimaru:

Please feel free to add more!

For the anime-only watchers, I wanna share a little extra info about the flashback scene of Reigen and Mob first meeting.

For starters, I absolutely adore that they decided to include it here. In the manga, it doesn’t occur until chapter 73, which is another 27 chapters away. Since the season is 12 episodes, I’m thrilled to see that they animated it, and with the absolute most weight and meaning possible considering where they put it.

When it appears in the manga, it’s presented from Reigen’s point of view. So the scene begins a little earlier, while Reigen is sitting alone in the office shortly after a client left. And Reigen, at the exact moment Mob walks in, is thinking about shutting the business down.

Reigen was unfulfilled and directionless in his life before Mob became a part of it.  If it weren’t for Mob, Reigen would have packed up shop, and gone elsewhere in search of something to do, who knows where doing who knows what, probably just as lost as before. 

The point of the flashback is to mark a turning point in Mob’s life. The moment he found hope and guidance and safety. But from Reigen’s point of view, the scene comes with even more meaning. It marks a turning point for Reigen too. Mob changed Reigen’s life as much as Reigen changed Mob’s–this is the panel trailing at the very end of Reigen’s flashback.

It was something so defining for Mob, that much is clear, and I want people to know just how defining it was for Reigen too.

The scene hits hard, from all sides.


No but can you see how these two subconsciously (or not?) think of each other? I mean, Hinata says to Kindaichi is doing all that because of Kageyama and then we see Kageyama at the same exact moment pull the quick attack because he thinks Hinata is there and I just… Kagehina intensifies~

pleasetommyplease  asked:

What do you think about Yuunoa? I'm a Mikayuu shipper and I think Yuu and Shinoa are ok, but there's so many Mikayuu shippers that have hate on Shinoa just because they don't like Yuunoa. So what do you think about her? p.s. sorry for the bad english 😂

•What do you think about yuunoa?

I like it. It’s cute. I see why others would have it as their OTP.

•What do you think about Shinoa?

She is a blessing to this manga. I absolutely adore her. She is one of my faves.
I think she deserves better.

like i havent even seen much of my hero academia except the first volume of the manga but i still ABSOLUTELY FUCKING ADORE Recovery Girl as a concept she is LITERALLY A GRANDMA WHO KISSES YOU BETTER but AS A SUPERPOWERS!! and i didnt know they introduced another cool elderly superhero too at some point?! I have no idea who he is but they do totally make an adorable couple. I really need to start reading more of this series!

anonymous asked:

What do you think of Princess Serenity?

I think that she does not deserve the flask she gets regarding her suicide after attack on the Moon and Endymion’s death. People seem to either don’t know or ignore that for a young royalty of the past a suicide is not only a viable, but preferable course of action in such case. Especially from a Japanese culture standpoint. Just as manga Usagi doesn’t deserve it. 

In fact, I don’t really separate Princess Serenity and Usagi Tsukino at all. The story made it pretty clear that a reborn Serenity was incredibly similar to the “original”. And if anime preferred showing the princess all elegant and sad, manga, on the other hand…

Also I absolutely adore her dress. I even wore its replica to the school prom, and I incredibly regret that I really had no other opportunities to do so. Even when I was getting married the dress was in other country :(

Why am I obsessed with Rumiko Takahashi’s work?

I absolutely love her work! I adore all the anime and manga she’s done as well. I find myself looking at more art on here done by her, than anyone else. Well…because I search for it, haha! I keep calling her my favorite artist. There’s just something I love about her style, and it always inspires me. I need to draw some of her characters when I get the chance, I can’t resist! Here I am up looking at her manga art work, and I should be sleeping…but nope. She’s always going to be my favorite artist and mangaka! ♡

so i found this website that you can sign up for and they’ll send you review copies of books as long as you actually like, write a review for them, and anyway, so i requested The Life-Changing Manga of Tidying Up because I adore that book and a manga version sounded absolutely adorable, but anyway

before reading it i was kinda curious what people had to say about the first book, and i saw this one person who, although they left a really good review, said something that kinda rubbed me the wrong way?  and i can’t work that thought into my review of the manga so i need to get it out somehow lol

anyway, one of the ideas in the book is that when you’re discarding things to minimize your stuff, you should thank the items that you’re giving away–because at some point, they must have been important or necessary to you, right? so saying thank you helps you to let go of things that otherwise you would have clung to for no good reason

and the person in this review called that ‘childish.’  and that….rubbed me wrong?  like don’t get me wrong i don’t expect these random amazon reviewers, who don’t normally read Japanese works, to know little details, but saying thank you to the items you let go never struck me as childish, it struck me as very, very Japanese, specificaly, very Shinto.  I’ve read a lot about Shinto (not that I’m an expert, at all!!) during some of my spiritual journey this year, and Shintoism is very much an animistic religion, or rather, one that believes the divine is in all things.

So saying thank you to the items you give away or get rid of is very much a Shinto thing.  There’s a spiritual aspect even to inanimate objects, and there are Japanese legends of items that gain sentience after being around for a 100 years if they’ve been neglected by people.  And I guess…I know that the reviewer probably had no idea about any of this!  But to me, calling the action ‘childish’ just…made a lil upset.  It’s not childish, it’s Shinto/Japanese, and I don’t like the idea of calling another culture’s customs/feelings childish

drew my goats again. i wanted to make them look more distinct this time. they actually do have personalities and things that have been bumping around in my head for a while. byrd has a crush on marshmallows, for instance (lmao).

byrd is agender and marshmallows is genderqueer, both use “they” pronouns.

i also want to talk about manga studio a little bit, (sorry mobile users).

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anonymous asked:

This isn't an ask at all! I just wanted to thank you (SO MUCH!!) for picking up Shishunki Bitter Change. Your translations are fantastic, &, again, thanks so much for picking up a manga I absolutely adore.

Thank you!! I also love SBC a lot, so it’s a pleasure to translate it for you guys! (๑˃̵ᴗ˂̵)b


Careful! If you squeeze her too hard, her wound will reopen!

Still hate the fact that May’s remark is totally left out in Brotherhood.

Sorry that I’ve packed this post with so many pictures, but the little changes in Roy’s face are far too precious to ignore them.
And I absolutely adore the way Riza snuggles into his chest after they talked.

Oikawa: All right. Today too—
Everybody: We’ll believe in you, captain.
*mental gasping*
Oikawa: Aw, geez. I’m gonna get embarrassed—
Iwaizumi: We believe in your serve. If you make an error, you’re treating us all to ramen.
Hanamaki: I want a large pork one.
Matsukawa: Add a serving of dumplings for me.
[Next word bubbles is someting that I don’t understand ; A ;]
Someone: Hey, the first and second years want some, too!
Someone: Are you serious.