Hello; what’s this?
Why, it’s a new mini-comic about Alisa and myself doing things that you like to think about your OTP doing! Garterbelts are apparently involved. This mini-doujinshi is debuting this weekend at Anime Weekend Atlanta, and will be sold sometime after the con!
So I got an autograph from some guy that sounds like Lars
So, as I explained yesterday, there won’t be updates for a little while (though there was a question asked that I do feel should be addressed and I will answer that before I head out to AWA), but I’m not leaving this blog to collect dust like I had in the past when I had conventions to go to, so…have some filler! :D
Glad you enjoyed the answer, Anon! I think maybe Jin’s motorcycle outfit should make a return as a custom—it’s an important game, so why not go all out?
IMPORTANT: There’s not going to be much in the way of answers until the first weekend of October, on account that there is a convention next weekend! However, we’ve already got some filler art and a new fanbook announcement to tide you guys over. As always, thanks for being patient! It’s the last con of the year, so we’ll be back on regular schedule soon enough!
Jin, I’ll return your hoodie on the condition that you actually wear it.
And Anon: I agree that a formal look would be a nice look; an ideal look even. Also, I meant to say blue/yellow, not blue/gold. Thanks, sleep deprivation.
Oh fuck did Jin and I just agree on something
Wow we must be desperate
Also, I am happy to report that the English trailer was essentially a one-off, so we should be mostly spared from terrible dubwork.
I know it’s bad enough that updates slow down during con prep. Dealing with con crud isn’t nearly as fun.
…Jin beta-testing that schoolgirl simulator game Tekken Team is working on proves that Jin is a freak bitch just like the rest of us. And wow is he ever a leg man.
…I’ve been waiting to say that since he started creeping behind my wall.
Okay, before you all unfollow me, let me clarify: I don’t have anything against Pokemon, it’s just that I was never into it growing up. This is primarily because I never really owned a Gameboy of any sort; most of my youth was spent learning Japanese and living the Visual Kei life (which was not a cheap life, let me tell you). So honestly, I’m sure it will be a fun game and I’m also sure Alisa will want to play it with me.