“The stories and characters change each time. This is because stories tend to limit a world and I think by changing these aspects and creating new material for each title, we try to show our full potential. In a way, you can say that it serves as a type of challenge for us.”
One more shout out to the Unemployed Philosophers Guild for their love of all things nerdy. In addition to the notebooks and Star Trek items I already posted, they have a selection of little things to fill your nerd cravings. The soaps might be in the running for my all time favorite puns. You can find all these items and more in the SCIENCE section of their website. (I posted the star stuff bar back in our first year, so clearly we were on top of things even back then.
When the reigning Miss Universe is a Final Fantasy fan, and her favorite is also your own:
“I started with Final Fantasy VIII. Not a lot of people like VIII because they usually start with FF VII. But I started with VIII because I’m a girl and I fell for the love story. My favorite character…that’s a tough one… is Quistis. The one with the whip. I like her.”
“Can I ask you a weird question” is one of my least favorite lead-ins to a conversation because I live in constant fear of how weird the question is going to be. I’d rather be obliquely insulted by my friends about my chest size a thousand times than have to field one real-life inquiry into whether I draw comics about cat yaoi on the Internet!
It’s time to drool again over things I can never afford. This time, it’s thanks to Chanel’s Comete Jewelry collection. Apparently Coco Chanel used to say: "I wanted to cover women in constellations. Stars! Stars of all sizes…“ To which, we reply: YES, ALL THE STARS. ALL THE STARS ON ME.