Re: [Yuricon] Oniisama E silliness
- On Jun 4, 2004, at 4:54 PM, Clarissa Smith wrote:
> On Fri, 4 Jun 2004, Chalcahuite wrote:The only characters I ever really, really wanted to do physical harm to
>> I'm nearly two thirds of the way through Oniisama E and I thought I'd
>> pass along the Top 5 things I've been saying while watching it.
>> 5. What the f@#k?!
>> 4. What the hell is wrong with you people?!
>> 3. No way!
>> 2. This is f#$ked up!
>> 1. Woah!
> Clint's reactions were similar, with a lot of "SOMEONE NEEDS TO SNAP
> NECK!"-type things interjected. He wants to lock up, commit, or
> injure most of the characters, except Nanako, who he think needs
> into some sense. Actually, the series disturbs him so much he's
> refused to
> watch the rest of it with me. :p
were Miaka and Tamahome from Fushugi Yuugi. And really, they deserve
every bit of it.
I have now finished watching this series, and I'm kinda disappointed it
resolved so neatly. The cruelty and pain built up so much, I really
thought (ok, hoping) it was going to explode into a bloody mess, and
not implode cleanly like it did. Erica mentioned a couple of weeks ago
that the manga ends differently, and I'm guessing it got a little
messy, when Erica said she was surprised that the anime had a happy
ending. So now I'm really curious to read the manga ending.
- --- In Yuricon@yahoogroups.com, Chalcahuite <ximatl@i...> wrote:
> As a side note the above are usually accompanied by laughter and a
> smile, because it is highly entertaining. I am curious however toknow
> what the general reaction was to this series when it first aired.It was hugely popular, because women like soap operas and Ikeda Riyoko
> Anybody know or have an educated guess?
is a master of the soap.
Oh, btw, hi, I'm back
- On Jun 7, 2004, at 3:12 PM, atheniag wrote:
> --- In Yuricon@yahoogroups.com, Chalcahuite <ximatl@i...> wrote:So I'm noticing.
>> As a side note the above are usually accompanied by laughter and a
>> smile, because it is highly entertaining. I am curious however to
>> what the general reaction was to this series when it first aired.
>> Anybody know or have an educated guess?
> It was hugely popular, because women like soap operas and Ikeda Riyoko
> is a master of the soap.
> Oh, btw, hi, I'm backWelcome back.