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70s shojo. Rose of Versailles. Robots. Gay.

mydearbasil:

I saw a scan of Michiru and Haruka wearing these outfits and they were so cute i had to draw but I dunno where that post with it went hmmm… 

mydearbasil:

I saw a scan of Michiru and Haruka wearing these outfits and they were so cute i had to draw but I dunno where that post with it went hmmm… 

(via vikasintti)

— 1 day ago with 184 notes
#sailor moon 
"Learn from everyone. Follow no one. Watch for patterns. Work like hell."
Scott McCloud (via larmoyante)

(via gingerhaze)

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animeismywhore:

The Rose of Versailles, episode 36: “The Watchword is ‘Au Revoir’”

animeismywhore:

The Rose of Versailles, episode 36: “The Watchword is ‘Au Revoir’”

(via oathkeeper-of-tarth)

— 2 days ago with 879 notes
#rose of versailles 

No, tumblr. That was not the blog I wanted…. 

— 2 days ago with 7 notes

robotsintutus:

When I hear people talk about What did you eat yesterday? by everyone’s favorite Yoshinaga Fumi, the most common phrase seems to be “That manga makes me so hungry”. Yoshinaga’s ability to make her readers hungry has been well known since her classic Antique Bakery

But I have to admit that what stays with me about What did you eat yesterday? isn’t the delicious food, but Yoshinaga’s now fine tuned ability to depict queer relationships. 

Unlike the protagonist Shiro, I am not a queer man living in Japan, but his story still resonates with my experience with queer relationships. 

Like how leaving a public space means with your partner means that people will talk about you behind your back. And negotiating how open you are being a major point of negotiation in your relationship. 

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Awkward family.

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And even referring to your interests as ‘gay stuff’.

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And that’s why I’m always gonna come back to What Did You Eat Yesterday?.

— 2 days ago with 16 notes
#so this manga is pretty great 
"En gång kommer kanske dagens väldiga fällare-kapare-buntare, som gul och larmande vaggar fram likt tyrannosaurus över skogsskiftet, att betraktas som en pittoresk påminnelse om en idyllisk forntid."
Gunnar Brusewitz, Skog, 1974 (via simonstalenhag)
— 2 days ago with 24 notes

bienenwolf replied to your post “TAG GAME: CHARACTERS WHO SHARE THE SAME PERSONALITY TYPE AS YOU. If…”

I got the exact same result, haha, high…five…?

I wouldn’t have guessed but that makes a lot of sense (except it’s all bullshit isn’t it?)

— 3 days ago with 1 note
#bienenwolf