Aella Antiope

Flowery Prose and Pretty Pictures

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lunarsensitive:

nekoshojo:

Some WIP that I’m only uploading here bc I’m really proud for once. This took me hours. ; v;
(( aella-a & lunarsensitive - look at our baby u wu))

It’s lovely.  ^_^   He has a very contemplative look about him, and I love the way the cat is looking at him.   Cats love him; everyone loves him.   How can anyone not love him?

He’s probably thinking about Alex..

lunarsensitive:

nekoshojo:

Some WIP that I’m only uploading here bc I’m really proud for once. 
This took me hours. ; v;

(( aella-a & lunarsensitive - look at our baby u wu))

It’s lovely.  ^_^   He has a very contemplative look about him, and I love the way the cat is looking at him.   Cats love him; everyone loves him.   How can anyone not love him?

He’s probably thinking about Alex..

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more thoughts on ep 8 of aldnoah

re Inaho

And, I’m still waiting for them to show why inaho so obviously has some major  issues - nobody acts like that normally (well, at least not in anime, or at least not in anime with a protagonist), either the writing is shitty or he’s got some trauma from the past which has made him switch off and become distant with everyone.  There is stoic and then there is….

Filed under aldnoah.zero Aldnoah Zero aella has opinions inaho kaizuka

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aldnoah ep 8

Basically this episode was:

Count Cruhteo:  ’die scum’ tortures, pain, agony.  ’die scum die’

Count Cruhteo’s underlings:  WTF this guy is psycho

Count Cruhteo:  ‘hahahha, die scum’ -shoves gun down Slaine’s throat

Slaine:  argh /bleeds

Later (like almost 5 minutes or so)

Count Cruhteo:  ‘OMG I was wrong. Sorry about all that torture.  NVM…all good right?  My bad.’

Count Cruhteo:  /probably dies

Me:  What did I just watch?  

Filed under aldnoah zero aldnoah.zero Slaine Troyard count cruhteo talk about personality whiplash aldnoah spoilers

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family:
so what are your plans for the future?
me:
Evangelion is one of the most successful and critically acclaimed anime television series of the 1990s. Considered both a critique and deconstruction of the mecha genre, the series has become a cultural icon and has resulted in the artistic and technical revival of the anime industry. The show's characters, music and individual scenes have been recognized by the Japanese public, and homage to its controversial ending resulted in the creation of two movies; each provided an alternate ending for the abstract and psychological analysis of the characters for episodes 25 and 26. The subsequent film, manga, home video and other products in its franchise have achieved record sales in Japan and strong sales in overseas markets, with revenues grossing over 150 billion yen by 2013.

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