Apr. 9th, 2012


Apr. 9th, 2012 04:24 pm
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Went to Norwescon with [personal profile] sixish this past weekend and tabled at the session for indie writers and publishers put on by the indefatigable Bob Boyd of The Written Wyrd.

I played the rough cut of The Hour before Morning on my laptop, which went over quite well as a marketing approach. It generated some good conversation, and I got to swap business cards with a number of interesting writers and editors.

[personal profile] sixish got to have a chat about the gaming industry with some fellow industry insiders.

All in all, it was a very satisfying experience, though we didn't see much of the rest of the con: a lot of good Doctor Who outfits though, including Five, which I don't often see.

The next day we went to Kinokuniya and spent too much on Japanese pop culture.

AND the weather was good. How about that?
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Exhausted but have to write something about Trigun. Now that I've seen the whole anime, I understand why people have been telling me for years that it's awesome. It is; it just takes about a fourth of the series to get there. For anyone who has been as under a rock as me since 1998, the series is... hard to summarize without spoilers but about an action hero on Tatooine a desert planet grappling with moral problems. It starts as typically broad anime action-comedy (though the main female characters are never typical anime babes) and proceeds to become rather dark philosophical drama.

Thoughts & Spoilers )

Trigun and Christianity )

vs. Gungrave )


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