17 4 / 2014
For those who prefer Deviantart: link to first page
On a side note, I have no idea how some people manage to post comics so neatly on tumblr. So the rest will be put under the read me to safe space.
Now please enjoy. :-)
16 4 / 2014
I want to post a small comic that I drew, it’s centered around Nightmare from the Diamond Country and Alice (9 pages, nothing too big, nothing too serious :D). It would be a great help if somebody could look over it. Basically I want it to sound like proper English since I’m not confident when it comes to my English skills. I never know when my dialogue sounds too awkward or simply strange.
It would be perfect if you are familiar with the younger Nightmare’s speech pattern.
I’d be very grateful if someone could help me out. :-) You won’t find me ungrateful. If you like I can make a small drawing to thank you for helping me out.
12 4 / 2014
(I don’t think this is a spoiler but if anyone thinks otherwise I’ll gladly hide the screenshot.)
I seem to fail terribly at the mythology quiz… but in the end it’s all worth it. Whoever thought of this adorable feature deserves a prize. I’d love to take them all out and keep them in my own private miniature garden（*´▽｀*）
Aaaah… I want a real miniature garden for my harem. :”D Or at least one of them……………….
12 4 / 2014
I can’t help but wonder just what kind of a personality an anime heroine needs to have in order to NOT get hate from all kinds of people. I really, really would love to know. Because people always point out the bad stuff but somehow forget to say how they would like the heroine to be instead. It seems as if people always complain, no matter what kind of personality the main girl has.
It would be even more interesting to see how they would react if they were in the same situation as the heroine in some kind of a reverse harem anime. I would love to see that.
Oh well, I just felt like saying this since I can’t help but see he complaints all over the place in my favorite fandoms.
10 4 / 2014
I admit that I was skeptical at first, but after only a few pages I couldn’t stop myself from wanting to read more and more. It was the first time that I actually enjoyed the story so much. It was not a problem at all to get used to the art and I think it’s pretty in its own messy kind of way that makes it somehow very dynamic.
Compared to this, Fujimaru’s work looks rather static, at least I often get the impression that the characters are sort of stiff. But that is also alright since we get our fanservice and the art is quite nice in general.
I’ve recently sold all spin-offs that were made by Fujimaru since I was simply not very much interested in keeping them and reading them again. But I kept all of Job’s mangas and that says a lot about their quality.