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Kurogane’s scar and Fay’s language

February 24, 2010 Leave a comment

How could I have not noticed this?

http://xxtakusenxx.livejournal.com/168574.html

Kurogane’s scar. It’s so meaningful, yet Bee Train didn’t realize it was there! Kurogane’s scar was actually mentioned by Syaoran in the manga once, and I recall reading it, but I registered it as ‘unimportant’ in my mind. Read all the comments from that LiveJournal post, as well. Even after obsessing over every single detail of Tsubasa, I have missed possibly one of the most important things about Kurogane.

Another interesting thing I found on the GaiaOnline profile of Fay’s #1 fangirl:

I’m probably one of the only people that knows that “Vi la princia,” the line Fai said to Sakura before they left Tokyo as he kissed the back of her hand, is Esperanto.

Something I found on Wikipedia about the language:

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(NOW CONFIRMED) Rumors about Tsubasa crossover in 20th episode of Kobato.

February 20, 2010 4 comments

OH, HAPPY, HAPPY DAY.

Chibi Yuuto’s LJ was recently updated with this post:

CLAMP-NET.COM reports about Episode 20, entitled “…People who travel”, being an original anime episode written by Nanase Ohkawa and adds that those characters that keep traveling will appear.

The episode will be aired on March 02.

A quick visit to CLAMP-NET.COM revealed this:

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My encounter with an xxxHoLic troll: follow-up

February 19, 2010 Leave a comment
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My encounter with an xxxHoLic troll

February 19, 2010 3 comments

These are the statements of one troll on a certain xxxHoLic forum, put together for your enjoyment. Spoilers up to Chapter 199.

Some people really scare me ;__;

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Manga Review: Tsubasa -RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE-

February 19, 2010 3 comments

Story: 9.5

Plot: 9

Art: 10

Character: 9

Enjoyment: 10

Tsubasa -RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE-, often shortened for the sake of convenience to “Tsubasa“, is one of the newest additions to a large body of work by world-renowned manga studio CLAMP. After 6 years of faithfully following this series’ serialization, I have come to the conclusion that it is nothing short of a masterpiece.

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