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y-agata:

書き途中…

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therisingroad:

Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai Portable ga Tsuzuku Wake ga Nai CG

Ayase Aragaki’s route

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whull:

Kiss
Francois Rousseau

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Kiss

Francois Rousseau

(Fonte: troph)

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oshiokiyo:

Favorite Artbook Images 20/20

oshiokiyo:

Favorite Artbook Images 20/20
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vaitranquillo:

kill la kill opening sequence by Yoh Yoshinari PART 1

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the4ch:

別冊spoon. vol.45

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artbooksnat:

Flowers of Evil model sheets and the actors on which they were based in Animestyle Magazine.

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artbooksnat:

Character design concept art for the movie version of Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day. Art work by Masayoshi Tanaka, who also did the anime designs for High School of the Dead.

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sushiobunny:

It’s interesting to note that Ryuuko’s name has like 8 symbolic meanings to it.

First, her name in kanji, hiragana and romaji: 流子 = りゅうこ = Ryuuko
-The straightforward meaning is: = Wandering child, stray child
-The sad hidden meaning is: された= Child that was washed away, abandoned child
-The cool meaning is: = りゅうせい = Meteor child
-The thematically relevant meaning is: 行 = Ryuukou = Fashion
-The self-evident meaning is: りゅうこ = Ryuuko = Hero
-The clever meaning is: りゅうこ = Ryuuko = Two big rivals
-The homage meaning is that Ryuuko’s name is a direct reference to the protagonist of Otokogumi; as you may remember from the original interview, Kill la Kill started as a big homage to Otokogumi. Otokogumi’s hero was called , Nagare. They added the so it would become a girl name: 流子 = Nagare-ko = Girl Nagare; the reason they decided on the Ryuuko reading of the kanji makes it even cooler as a homage and you will see why on the eight meaning.
-The love interest of Otokogumi’s Nagare was called 涼 = うこ = Ryouko; Ryuuko’s name is basically the combination of Ryouko’s and Nagare’s names, as if she was their successor of sorts.

Also, in the Febri interview Nakashima himself said to pay attention to the “流された子” meaning and it makes perfect sense now; they probably hinted to it in episode 12 when Isshin said that he has no sense for naming and just calls things what they are. When he found Ryuuko, Isshin literally named her “abandoned child” because that’s exactly what she is.

Speaking of hidden meanings, this month’s NewType spread (pictured) has a whole new sense to it now… specially considering the big red text reads “THE GENE OF REBELLION”.