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LGBTQ Manga Review - Yuri Life

The twenty-first century brought significant change and innovation to the genre of yuri. The first yuri magazines were published and included stories that left confines of the schoolroom, allowing creators to explore actual queer women living in a realistic world. Such works include the legendary Rakuen no Jouken, which will finally be adapted into English next year. Because of the internet and sites like Pixiv and Twitter, many of these works found an audience and success. Kurukuruhime’s Yuri Life is absolutely a product of its time, in the best possible way. The single volume is a collection of short comics the author originally uploaded to Pixiv and social media. It depicts (mostly) adult queer women in real and meaningful relationships with each other. It is absolutely a triumph and a joy to read.

Yuri Life features ten different couples across ten chapters or “rooms.” Each of these couples live together, and the series follows them throughout their everyday lives; It is pure yuri cohabitation!! These chapters contain multiple short stories, some even as brief as a single page, which is to be expected considering that they initially posted online. However, when tales are so short, they have to be highly focused and polished, and Yuri Life nails this. Some of the narratives are just adorable interactions of someone cooking for their partner or telling them, “I love you.” These stories are simple but so enjoyable and fun to read. It is like looking into a brief window into these women’s lives together and seeing them at their best moments. Whether funny, heartfelt, or both, they will bring a smile to the readers face.


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About Dragon Pearl

THIRTEEN-YEAR-OLD MIN comes from a long line of fox spirits. But you’d never know it by looking at her. To keep the family safe, Min’s mother insists that none of them use any fox-magic, such as Charm or shape-shifting. They must appear human at all times.

Min feels hemmed in by the household rules and resents the endless chores, the cousins who crowd her, and the aunties who judge her. She would like nothing more than to escape Jinju, her neglected, dust-ridden, and impoverished planet. She’s counting the days until she can follow her older brother, Jun, into the Space Forces and see more of the Thousand Worlds.

When word arrives that Jun is suspected of leaving his post to go in search of the Dragon Pearl, Min knows that something is wrong. Jun would never desert his battle cruiser, even for a mystical object rumored to have tremendous power. She decides to run away to find him and clear his name.

Min’s quest will have her meeting gamblers, pirates, and vengeful ghosts. It will involve deception, lies, and sabotage. She will be forced to use more fox-magic than ever before, and to rely on all of her cleverness and bravery. The outcome may not be what she had hoped, but it has the potential to exceed her wildest dreams.

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Rick Riordan never lets me down.

I was honestly not really excited about this book out of all the Rick Riordan Presents. I can’t really tell you why, I think it’s because it’s not contemporary and just felt ‘different’ from all the other books. But there was a waitlist for it after I borrowed it so I made it a priority read.

I was not disappointed.

I really loved the molding of traditional Korean with sci-fi elements in space. It honestly felt Star Wars-esque, with a vast universe just begging to be explored. I never felt like I had to suspend my disbelief, the world building just felt right. The characters were believable and there were so many casual non-binary characters. 

I thought the plot progressed at a good pace; I never felt like it dragged and all the different moving parts came together for a satisfying ending. I would love to see this have a series because it has enchanted me just as much as Riordan’s own books. I want Min to be able to explore the universe and see her fox magic continue to grow. I want more information about her family and her mother. So many future plots hinted at, but it works as a stand-alone book as well.

This book is perfect for fans of Rick Riordan, Star Wars, and anyone who wants a little more insight into Korean beliefs. Dragon Pearl gives a lot of insight without reverting to over-explaining the beliefs. I especially liked that it never felt like the culture was dead (for lack of a better term) or that it wasn’t real. Some of the other books in Riordan’s universe and Riordan Presents treat the mythology element as something that is in the past, like the Greek and Roman gods, even though some cultures still actively practice. By setting the book in space, it didn’t feel like the typical pattern of the books, where a kid learns they have a connection to gods from ancient stories. The Korean stories are alive and are just facts. Min is a fox spirit. Ghosts are real. Dragons and Tigers and Goblins and humans all live and work together. That might be why it’s my favorite book so far, is it feels like the culture is just there, not something that needs to be learned about by the characters or the audience.

Again, if you’ve read other Riordan books, like to read #ownvoices, or just want a fun middle grades space book, read it. You won’t regret it.



Books Read in 2019 #58 - “Southern Bastards“ by Jason Aaron & Jason Latour. This brutal violent tale of legacy, power, and small-town isolationism, is so southern that you can almost smell the fried chicken and BBQ with every turn of the page. Not for the faint hearted, but if you understand the pull of the Friday night lights, or been on the wrong end of bullying, then this is a powerful tale that will resonate.


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There’s Trouble with the Trees

Hey there, an unexpected reference to Scott Pilgrim. Another pony miniseries? Sure, let’s do that. Don’t think there’s much setup for this one, but let’s say if you weren’t into Ponyville Mysteries, this one might not be up your alley either~

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Well, if you can’t guess by the cover, this is going to be our environmental story. You can tell it’s a “green aesop” because of all the different shades of green on the cover. My big question is, who’s manufacturing these items for ponies with pop tabs and twist-off caps? Are they unicorn items? Is this perhaps griffin trash, and ponies will have to deal with an uncomfortable message about different species’ economic status in addition to an environmental one? And just what is that scaly mound behind the bushes there~?

Surprisingly, you’d think a pony story about the woods would somehow involve the Everfree, but nope. I’m glad this comic remembers that the Everfree is probably too dangerous for three little fillies to spend the weekend camping in, so it takes place in the less-remembered Whitetail Woods. Anyways, the Crusaders go camping, and they’re quite competant at it (except Sweetie Belle’s attempt at pitching a tent). However, they notice an odd smell after not too long, and find a large amount of garbage scattered around. This is a big problem, and there’s only one solution.

The camping trip is seemingly abandoned, and the Crusaders rally their friends as a cleanup crew. Silver Spoon complains that she shouldn’t have to clean up a mess she didn’t make, and who but Diamond Tiara corrects her: just because they didn’t cause it doesn’t mean they don’t have to fix it. Diamond Tiara’s actually really passionate about the woods. She explains to Sweetie Belle that her great-grandmother used to have a cottage in these very woods they’d visit when she was very little, so the woods are important to her father–and not just as a business venture this time. Great-Grandma even used to tell about legends regarding the Spirit of the Forest, a creature rumoured to keep the forest healthy and growing. Hey, we have a title~

With the woods cleaned, the Crusaders go camping again the next weekend. But upon arrival at the campsite again, they find it covered in garbage once more. Their whole previous weekend cleaning was for naught, and they’re understandably upset. So obviously the garbage has to be coming from somewhere, right? The Crusaders invoke their investigative work from Ponyville Mysteries and decide to hold a stakeout that night. Come morning, they awaken to find the perpetrators just leaving. Following the group, the Crusaders discover the likely source of their woes: a brand-new lumber mill.

The lumber mill is, of course, run by Filthy Rich (Diamond Tiara’s dad, if you need the refresher). They’re only just a trio of fillies, but they’re inspired by the story Diamond Tiara told them, and think Filthy Rich will listen to reason. They confront him via receptionist, and when he turns up in person, they explain the whole problem to him, specifically pointing out his grandmother’s cabin and everything. And… for his part, Filthy Rich is a reasonable stallion. He completely agrees that the woods should not be spoiled, and gives his employees a talking-to then and there. He’ll even put in new trash cans for use along the designated trails.

So… That’s a happy ending, right? Well, not quite. The Crusaders still see something odd about this whole deal. Namely, if Filthy Rich loves the woods so much, why is he cutting them down? He’s a little touchy on this, declaring that he’s thought about this and decided this is the best way to use the woods. This will make the woods known and enjoyed throughout Equestria. While the Crusaders don’t agree that the woods need to be “used”, they do politely bit Filthy Rich good day, and he thanks them again for bringing the trash problem to light. The Crusaders exit, vowing to watch out in case Filthy Rich goes to far. But what can they really do to stop him if he already has, they wonder as they look out across the rather large clearing of cut down trees.

This story’s more complex than the cover implied it to be. About halway through the comic, the story jumps from being a simple Captain Planet PSA to something more akin to The Lorax, and I think it’s better for it. Certainly, the logging industry is a more complex subject than littering (see how easily it was solved in the comic), and I’m interested to see where they go with it. Additionally, Diamond Tiara continues to be written enjoyably well in these comics, giving her some character depth and likeability here.

Next time, the threat of loggin continues, to the horror of our main characters. Hint for the Crusaders: if talking doesn’t work, try direct action~

plinthofmylife  asked:

It’s fanfic writer appreciation day and I want to let you know that I have reread LY more than almost any other book in the world other than Harry Potter. You are a brilliant writer and LY brings me a lot of joy. Thanks for writing and being you

*sobs loudly in a corner* that’s like the nicest compliment I could ask for, thank you so much ❤️❤️

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Fuzzoscope label Earwax Re​:​Collection (2016)

For Omega WUSB‘s final Summer 2019 broadcast, we’re going deluxe on our urban volume to do it, so what do we usually need to keep head above water? Interstitials from the Fuzzoscope label, that’s what. The San Francisco / Los Angeles label has been consistent with their free lucid drowsy beat tapes and thankfully just released Earwax Daydream last year to keep the Saturday evening sleep going. Earwax Shelf Life was great to us when we found it, which started this whole fixation with them. We also see you, All These Fingers, who gave us a great moment on-air and personally with “Puerta Villarta” (’16). We copped his free beat tape release Hoods (2015) while visiting. All best listened to when you’re negotiating with your head after waking up from a 10-hour shuteye.

Where’d You Go, Bernadette (2019)

If you reach deep into your sympathy hole, you can see what point Where’d You Go, Bernadette is making and you’ll be able to sympathize with its protagonist. Even so, this is a whole lot of “first world problems”. This movie is soooo in love with itself it forgets to show affection towards you.

20 years ago, Bernadette Fox (Cate Blanchett) was an up-and-coming architect, the most promising woman in her field. Flash forward to today and she’s borderline agoraphobic, has no friends besides her daughter, Bee (Emma Nelson), hardly gets any sleep and is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Her husband, Elgin (Billy Crudup), is getting exasperated. Just as he’s about to confront Bernadette… she disappears.

In the movie’s first scene, Bee tells her mother and father she’s received the perfect grades they asked for and has now earned a reward: a family trip to Antarctica. You laugh, thinking her parents would NEVER indulge her request but this isn’t that type of comedy. Actually, it isn’t much of a comedy at all. Elgin is swimming in money. The family is so financially comfortable Bernadette has been able to become eccentric to the extreme (I’d say dumb, but that’s a word for poor people). Her only problems are the kind none of us can relate to; her neighbor, Audrey (Kristen Wiig) doesn’t like Bernadette or the manor she’s living in/renovating, she’s haunted by a career which ultimately led to disappointment, and she doesn’t want to go on a vacation with her family when staying home and not working is so much easier. You want to sympathize, but come on, woman. You have every tool at your disposal. If you’re not able to get yourself out of this mess, it’s YOUR fault.

While you’re frustrated with Bernadette’s inability to get her head on straight, the movie’s completely on her side. When Elgin confronts his wife about her irresponsible behavior and the disaster she’s nearly brought upon the family, director Richard Linklater frames him as if he’s the bad guy. He isn’t! - no matter what their daughter says. Even when she takes things to the extreme, it’s all played as if it’s just a funny quirk. As a human being with a brain, you know better. What’s happening here isn’t healthy. You keep waiting for reality to catch up with Bernadette and this movie, for people to get a grip but it sure takes a while. Not even Laurence Fishburne in all his wisdom can save Where’d You Go, Bernadette from losing you completely. He’s so not in this movie you wonder why they cast him at all.

Director Richard Linklater, working from an award-winning book by Maria Semple has made a movie none of us can relate to. It takes a long while to get going and when it does… then what? Where’d You Go, Bernadette should be saying something but winds up only disappointing. (Theatrical version on the big screen, August 20, 2019)

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Action? Check. Romance? Check. Badass heroine? Double check. If you’re looking for all the above, ding ding! You have yourself a winner. From page one, “Reign of Dragons” was a fast paced action packed reverse harem romance (which could’ve been done without to be honest) novel that left me in awe with the refreshing concept and badass characters, main and side included. Cause I mean who didn’t love Tucker and Levi? And just when you thought the novel was over, BANG! The author announced there are ten plus more novels in the series. Feel bless people, feel very blessed.

anonymous asked:

Dear fleury, I am glad that I found this screenplay . Well , this is the first screen play I have ever read and its fantastic . I really wanted this. It feels like Marauders really lived their life . Really surprised that it hasnt got many views . It deserves millions . I appericiate the work you put in writing it. Now the question . Didnt Voldemort meet nagini in forest of Albania after his encounter with Harry??? PS: Pardon any grammatical mistakes because English is my second language.


First off, so glad for your kind words. I spend a lot of time writing so getting your reviews mean a lot to me! It’s a bit odd because there are quite a few people following the account and a good amount of active readers - there just isn’t many reviews. The readers are definitely on the quiet side, but I’m grateful for them anyway!

As for your question, it is unclear exactly when Voldemort met Nagini. Some speculation is that they met in Albania after his downfall, others think that he met her before and she followed to nurse him back to health all those years. What we do know for sure, though, is that she did not become a Horcrux until after his downfall. Personally, I imagine it was mostly desperation for Voldemort to turn Nagini into a Horcrux — it seems like a risky choice.

Now, while the Fantastic Beasts franchise is definitely my last priority when it comes to fulfilling canon (HP books, JK Rowling’s notes, and HP movies all come first), Nagini’s origin was vague enough within the books that I decided to draw upon it. I get the feeling that they’re building up to the Nagini and Tom Riddle meeting at some point.

I decided to keep it vague within the screenplay, but also having her be a constant within his life. I hope this makes sense!

anonymous asked:

Hello there, I got the link from your youtube channel! On which you posted a harrypotter tribute vid on his bday. And u are fantastic. Its the first screenplay that I m reading, I usually read novels. But I must say, that this screenply deserves that I go out of the norm. Well, I m already desperate for series 3. Plz plz plz uplaod it ASAP

I’m so glad you took the time to read it even though it’s out of your normal comfort zone. It means a lot and thank you for your kind words! S3 is taking a bit longer than I expected because I wanted to make sure it was all set to go before I started posting, but now it’s in the final processes of drafting and it’ll be up very soon. (Like, in the next week, soon.)

Japan: Famitsu awards Astral Chain 37/40

Japan: Famitsu awards Astral Chain 37/40 #Repost

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The latest review scores are in from Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu and one of the games reviewed this week is the long-awaited Astral Chain from Platinum Games. The publication awarded the game a total of 37/40 with three of the reviewers awarding the game a solid 9 and one giving it a legendary 10. Here’s all the review scores this week:

  • Astral Chain (Switch) – 9/10/9/9 [37/40]
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