I intercepted their mail and got this.
It wasn’t easy, but it may prove enlightening.
PS: Christ, anime bloggers… Can you believe they actually talk like this?
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bitmap: Hey all, it’s time for this week’s Mysterious Girlfriend X post! As for why my name’s in bold like that, well, this is a special post. As you can tell from the title, this week’s post is actually a colloquium, and thus, the amiable pair of ajthefourth and vucubcaquix will be joining me this week with a conversation on Mikoto and Akira’s relationship!
ajthefourth: Warning! This post will contain NSFW images. If you are at work, you probably shouldn’t read this post. Why?
Because, if one thing could be said about this series, it’s that Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine is sexy.
Sexy in a way that one rarely sees; in a dangerous manner that is as provocative as it is alluring. This series isn’t meant to make you comfortable, just as the promise of intercourse, at first blush, is hardly something comforting. It’s meant to make your toes curl, your knees quiver, your breath catch, and your heart rate quicken instinctively when you see something like this:
ajthefourth: Ozma is a bit of an odd entity. Penned by Leiji Matsumoto (Space Battleship Yamato, Space Pirate Captain Harlock, Galaxy Express 999, among many other things) in 1980 it is only just now receiving an anime adaptation. Everything about the character designs scream both Matsumoto and the late 1970s-early 1980s. Perhaps, upon first glance, one would expect it to be pure, campy, sci-fi fun.
And yet, Ozma isn’t camp. However, it is pure fun.
How far? Until the end.
You’re lost and missing.”
-lyrics from the ED to Moretsu Pirates, “Lost Child”
“I’ve had enough of listening to your bullshit you stupid bitch. Hurry and hand over your rotten, delusional ambition, this ‘Fate Diary’ to that dumbass.”
-The Princess of the Crystal (Momoka Oginome) to Ringo Oginome, Mawaru Penguindrum Episode Five