the otaku wonderland
I have been watching Tokyo Encounter and it has easily evolved into my favorite seiyuu show ever.
Though I’m going to hide the fact that this is the one and only seiyuu show I ever watched.
Approached by OG of Yuri Nation to write about Aikatsu, I thought it was a perfect opportunity since I never wrote anything on Aikatsu for my blog. Feel free to check out this guest post of mine where I went over why Aikatsu is just so damn good.
Note from OG: A good friend of mine and fellow Nation member King Kai had recently finished watching this show and since (as of this writing) I am currently busy watching “That other super huge idol show” I requested a guest post from the king. Here it is, Kai’s “must watch” post on one of the longest running idol anime in existence, Aikatsu!
Greetings everyone, I’m Kai of Deluscar – the king who rules over the darkest depth of the aniblogging word (hence the dark ass theme). OG calls me King Kai, and I hereby declare everyone should address me with the same level of respect that he does.
The King Aikatsu-ing his way through the Yuri Nation.
Anyway, I was asked by OG to talk about Aikatsu and it was kind of a perfect moment since I never really talked about it much on my blog despite…
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Hatsune Miku (初音ミク) is a Japanese VOCALOID developed and distributed by Crypton Future Media, Inc., and was initially released in August 2007 for the VOCALOID2 engine. She is part of the Character Vocal Series and is a Character Voice Vocaloid. There has since been numerous installments such as additional voice banks dubbed ‘Append’, as well as an upgrade to the VOCALOID3 engine, which includes her long awaited English vocal release. She was the first release for Crypton’s VOCALOID Character Vocal Series, the third Japanese VOCALOID, and the seventh VOCALOID to have been created overall. She is considered the most popular and well known VOCALOID and the first to become a pop idol.
I bought this Miku figure sometime last year and only just unboxed the figure recently. Accidentally found the figure while browsing amiami randomly one day, I was like “I need this… NOW”.
This is kind of a filler post, but have you ever created a favorite list and thought “Eh, I need one more” just because the number doesn’t feel complete? This is a problem I’m constantly wrestling with whenever I create lists. At the time of this post, I actually have like 3 lists I wanted to make, but couldn’t just because they didn’t reach my desired number.