A good reason why "read\watch something other than anime\manga" should be a staple rule for any writer. Is there any bad comedy anime sterotype that the writer doesn't tackle?
Date: 12 May 2009 03:23
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Thanks for the help Lui :3
I'll get back to that article sometime, promise.
http://laslindas.katbox.net/index.php?strip_id=271 A halloween pic
This year all comics hosted at the Katbox did a picture like this.
"The Eye of Rachamalafutz" did the worst one of the bunch.
TheSwedishElf, you are not allowed to edit this article again.
It may be helpful to know that the picture used was of a guest appearance by a fan's fursona. A FEMALE fan's fursona.
The fact that some lonely girl invented a dog with tits the size of monster truck tires doesn't excuse it for being badly drawn.
And stop villainizing Taffy for not being ready for sex. Also added names.
I never villanised her, I said it was fucking stupid. There were no names because the characters are easily-forgettable anime stereotypes. Quit crying.
EDIT: I notice you also removed my comment about there eventually being fanservice in the side-story about the two little girls. Any particular reason for that?
Damn, they just won't leave you alone about the names.
To further drive your point home, I'd suggest you not only to avoid using names, but work up ambiguous nicknames for the characters (like "Red", "Cup", "Bitchface IV"). That way fans will have to dig through every page just to understand what you're talking about, let alone correct you. They won't have the energy to chase you.