Fictional characters can make good role models, as their existence is as a set of boiled-down concepts, making them free from the many intricate shortcomings of being human.
It’s been said many times, but confidence is key.
It’s building it that’s the hard part.
People respect people who stick to their guns.
Rooming with more than one other person is cheaper per person and makes the hotel room part of the convention experience.
While it’s okay to value one type of animation over another (Modern cartoons don’t do much for me anymore compared to anime, for example), the distinction between the two must be objective if it’s to mean anything.
When you start kitbashing your Gundam models together because it’ll free up room for more Gundam models, you know you’re running out of shelf space.
The Amagami Challenge
Bring Out The "Main Character" In You
From 'Virtua Fighter', the world's first 3D fighting game released back in 1993, comes a figma of Sarah Bryant in her 'Player 2' colors!
From 'Virtua Fighter', the world's first 3D fighting game released back in 1993, comes a figma of Akira Yuki in his 'Player 2' colors!
From the popular game 'The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds' comes a figma of Link!
From the new theatrical release of 'Ghost in the Shell' made for the series' 25th anniversary, 'Ghost in the Shell: The New Movie' comes a figma of Motoko Kusanagi!
From the popular browser game 'Kantai Collection -KanColle-' comes a figma of the training cruiser, Kashima!