MAKE ME A MODEL is going on hiatus until August 2017. This is to ensure the maximum number of pages will be completed for consistent, rather than inconsistent, posting. Thank you so much for reading. To catch up, feel free to go to: http://mmam.trainerkelly.net. Please look forward to future updates.
I keep on wanting to write this big, long summary of Arisia Con, but then I realize that I’m way too tired and lazy to do something like that for a post that is basically about a couple of awesome days in my life. I know I keep saying I should just bullet point post
Title: Princess Knight Author/Artist: Osamu Tezuka Volume(s): 1 & 2 Publisher: Vertical, Inc. Price: $13.95 (each volume) ISBN: Part 1 – 978-1-935654-25-4 Part 2 – 978-1-935654-31-5 Purchase: Part 1 – Amazon | RightStuf | Book Depository | B&N | BaM | Kinokuniya | Random House Part 2 – Amazon | RightStuf | Book Depository |
I have been reading a lot of manga lately, largely thanks to my YouTube channel. I haven’t really sat down and read manga in a long time, primarily because I’ve been distracted by so many other things. However, due to a mixture of wanting to actually produce YouTube videos about the subjects I spoke of
If it hasn’t been obvious, I’ve begun to clean my room once again, starting two days ago. I had started with alphabetizing all my English language manga – something that, once I took a step back to appreciate it, I couldn’t help but smile at the now easily findable titles. I had to order a
For the longest time, I was what I would call an otaku. I was obsessed with anime and manga where it nearly occupied my every thought (if it wasn’t occupying my thoughts, then something I created was). I was definitely more of a manga consumer though – on the more “practical” side, they’re cheaper than