Sunday, 4 June 2017

A Certain Shade Of Green

Alive and well. Perhaps not as well as I'd like to be, but what can you do about growing old?

Despite an increase in the number of pages, I finished Granblue Fantasy Graphic Archive III much faster than I did with the previous book. I feel like I may have rushed it a little, but in any case, please enjoy the pretty pictures.

A written invitation.

Monday, 16 January 2017


A little late but I wish everyone a happy New Year! Let's just hope that the world won't be plagued by too much turmoil.

The cushion is really comfortable
I decided to make a trip to Japan for Christmas and New Year celebrations. It was nowhere near as materialistically fruitful as I'd expected, largely because I miraculously and needlessly held myself back on impulse purchases, which might actually be contradictory to one of my reasons for going there in the first place. There's a lot that I would like to say about my time in the mega-city of Tokyo, so I won't bore anyone with it. Have some pretty pictures instead.

Being one of the only two guys at the Gintama cafe was quite a surreal experience though.

Wednesday, 20 July 2016


It is supposed to be summertime and yet it doesn't feel like summer here at all.

Although I'd thought I was mentally prepared for this, the whole process still took much longer and was more tedious than I had in mind. So take your time and enjoy pretty pictures from Granblue Fantasy Graphics Archive II.

I'd have to say I like my privacy.

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

We Are Finally Cowboys

I don't particularly enjoy saying this, but time really does fly.

Four months ago, Makoto Sanda brought us 創神と喪神のマギウス (Soushin to Soushin no Magius), which seemed like an unhealthy mix of Toaru Majutsu no Index and Persona with characters that looked like they could use a vacation in some Fate spin-offs. Now the second volume is upon us and I'm not too sure what to say. The development at the end of the volume was predictable yet somewhat unexpected for me. I might write something when I have the time, but for now please enjoy the pretty pictures.

A 60-tonne angel falls to the Earth.

Sunday, 5 June 2016

Voyage 34

The usual same face issues aside, I'm rather impressed with the quality of Tony's latest art book.

There is not a whole lot of new content in the book, but the excellent quality of the pictures more than makes up for it. Putting out everything in the book is a tall order that I just don't have the time or energy for, though I do believe there are smaller scans floating around that may require some searching. Nonetheless, enjoy the swimsuits and so on. Altina is still the cutest in my book.

Always the summers are slipping away.