a poignant statement

From D-Frag ch. 21

I really liked this scene from D-Frag. The manga is generally pretty gag-heavy and focuses on being ridiculous, but one way it sets itself apart, for example, from what we’ve seen so far in Fujimura-kun Mates, is that there are frequent injections of seriousness, which, I think, adds a lot of depth to the characters.

one step at a time

I think I mentioned a long time ago that I wanted to work on some translation work, and scanlating would be optimal since I don’t have to worry about video editing. Well, I’ve had D-Frag raws for a while, and I wasn’t terribly impressed with the translations out there for the first few chapters, so here’s the first page of my foray into the field! I’m basically doing this in between work, video games, watching anime, and playing Magic, so don’t expect “regular releases” or anything like that. I might get a page done here and there, which I’ll post on here for shits.

kaminomi x d-frag??

Episode 5 of The World God Only Knows (Season 2) features an interesting cameo:

Not sure what kind of setting is in the game Keima is playing, though. Probably just random dialogue, but the cameo is incredibly unexpected. Where’s my D-Frag anime?! By the way, there’s almost no way this is coincidental, the likeness is spot-on:

And for those unfamiliar with this manga, Takao is the head of the computer game creator club (a.k.a. “chief” or 部長, which is the eroge character’s “name” in the 1st and 2nd screencaps).