“So, what does he call you?” Varric asks one evening, in the tavern. When Dorian raises a questioning brow, Varric explains, “You’ve got that whole name… endearment… thing going on. What does he call you?”
Dorian answers matter-of-factly: “Dorian.” Then he takes a swig of ale.
Well, that doesn’t quite cover it. Dorian, said pleadingly, said sleepily in the mornings. Said with a laugh and a hint of exasperation. Shouted on the battlefield. Said brightly at the sight of him, as if his continued existence is always a marvellous surprise. Whispered into his ear at pointless formal events. Said like a curse or a prayer in their bed. Said tiredly, with a shoulder leaning against his, as a quiet request for company. Said with such obvious, terrible love. He’s never heard his name sound so unnecessarily complicated, or so good.
He pauses, and thinks. “Oh, and ‘bloody idiot,’ once.”
I remember hearing in an interview with John Gallagher Jr. where he said that every time Billie would go on as Saint Jimmy he would yell backstage to get into character and that everyone in the theater could hear it. And when that song was recorded in one of the performances with Billie, you can hear Billie screaming his head off in the background before he came on as Saint Jimmy.
Anyone else have that one actor you love but they only ever show up in small side roles. So you honestly get the urge to try and become an accomplished script writer/director/producer, literally just you can make a movie that gives them a role big enough to put them in the god damn spot light?
“The overnight sensation who pushed herself to keep taking on her role.”
Shukashuu is featured as part of the ‘Dressed Up VOICE GIRLS SPECIAL BOOK’, which was a special add-on for the March 2017 edition of B.L.T. releasing today!
The feature includes a beautiful photoshoot of Shukashuu in a furisode (a fancy long-sleeved kimono) for her coming-of-age ceremony, as well as Shuka’s own comments on how it feels to reach the age of adulthood.
“The OVA showed how much Komaeda cared for his fellow students and how he really isn’t an awful person”
Oooh ok. That’s good then. So the time he blew up the school, the times when he tried to kill said students in SDR2, the many times he GLORIFIED everyone’s pain and destruction because “hope will come afterwards”, how disappointed he was when someone FAILED at a murder, how he killed himself in order to kill everyone else because he realized everyone was a remanent of despair and NOW it’s a problem…
Yeah. No. OVA don’t mean jack shit. OVA doesn’t excuse Komaeda’s bullshit.