Otaku Legend | Posted 05/05/13 | Reply
thank you for that. I was wondering if Kaito was one after all.
but how many are their in all. (counting Kaito, gumi,seeU, all of the ones unofficially considered when you mention Vocaloid)
Otaku Legend | Posted 05/04/13 | Reply
@kamichama karin s:
Officially, there are only 4. Miku, Rin, Len, and Luka. The rest are what is called Utaus, or beta test/false vocaloids.
Otaku Legend | Posted 05/01/13 | Reply
I am really excited about the new sailor moon anime. with my sister frantically searching for any of the new SM merchandise (yes, she has all of the new books on pre-order at our bookstore), it's hard not to feel nostalgic. I hope they don't mess up the new anime. I am just glad to hear it's not a hoax.
also, quick question: how many vocaloids are there? the ones I listen to are the main 5 or 6. (and then Oliver) I just don't have time to keep track of all the new voices!
LDS Fangirl! (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 04/30/13 | Reply
I really want to see the SM re-do.
Otakuite+ | Posted 04/30/13 | Reply
lol...the razor add is unique...why wasn't there a razor when I saw Eva when I was younger!!
I was looking forward to the new Sailor Moon...
LDS Fangirl! (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 04/29/13 | Reply
I never really liked DN anyway; Light wanted to take over the world, but kinda ended up hiding behind flunkies and then crying like a baby when his evil plot got foiled. Show some dignity, wuss.
State Alchemist (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 04/29/13 | Reply
I want in inkan stamp with Kyubey. Imagine signing a contract with THAT.
Otaku Legend | Posted 04/29/13 | Reply
The deal is that several incidents regarding the Death Note have appeared in real life. Fake replicas of the Death Note have been found with names of several school children and teachers in the past, leading to the arrest of whomever possessed it. Several suicides have occurred with the victims possessing Death Note merch. However, the most famous case was of the Mangamoord Incident, in which three Belgian teenagers murdered a man and left the message "Watashi wa Kira dess" (incorrect romanization of "I am Kira"). They testified saying they were inspired by Death Note.
The fact is all of this is straight fanaticism. The people were already unstable and were simply introduced to the manga at their most volatile. If you introduced any other psychological manga like Doubt or Aku no Hana, you would most likely see the same result.
Otakuite++ | Posted 04/29/13 | Reply
I hear a lot about DN. What's the big deal?
Wow, been a while since over-reactions to Death Note have come up. Oh, and I consider an American live-action DN an over-reaction.