Do you remember? What was your first anime? Who you wanted to be as a child: a beautiful justice warrior, the pilot of the giant robot or maybe you wished to be spirited away far from this world? What you opened for yourself only now and already want to show to all your friends? And what you want to remind people about?
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And under anime from 70s to 90s I mean every anime from 70s to 90s ranging from romantic comedies to psychologic experiments; from TV series to Miyazaki’s films.Yes, Lupin III and Candy Candy. Yes, Urusei Yatsura and Dragon Ball and even Akira too. Yes, Cowboy Bepop and Serieal Experiments Lein are in the list as well.
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Hello, hello, my friends and I have been working on a fun project - a recipe book featuring food and drinks based on Leijiverse characters. We’re planning to fill it with cute art and a variety of dishes. We’ve already got quite a bit of work done on it, but there’s still a lot to do. If that sounds interesting to you, please follow this blog for updates! If nothing else, I’ll probably show you my many failures in the kitchen, which has to be worth something.
I know that McCree and Hanzo are often compared to wolves and dragons, but to me: their relationship is better defined by the Phoenix.
These are two people who were came to be great-who did great and terrible things. Majestic, powerful, and terrifying. Then- in a flash- that was taken away from them: Overwatch fell and Hanzo left the Shimadas. And then: they rise from the ashes, stronger and more beautiful than before. An Overwatch without the UN, a Jesse and Hanzo searching for redemption and finding it in each other.
Our theme is that Phoenix. To Ashes is separated in to three parts: Birth/Beginnings, Death/Endings, and Rebirth/Revival in honor of the Phoenix that suits these two so well.
As for the title: “ashes to ashes, dust to dust” like to think that Jesse and Hanzo’s relationship is a “till death do they part” sort of deal.