||[Jan. 17th, 2003|05:58 pm]
|||||DJ Pretzel - Super Mario Jazz Plumber Trio||]|
I am the mission.
|You're a mecha pilot!|
You might be a sub-category of bishounen, but this hardly matters since you don't notice anything that didn't feature in the last edition of Guns'n'Ammo magazine. You have been trained since an unfeasibly early age to be a machine of death and destruction. If you've noticed an annoying girl following you around and repeatedly getting into danger and requiring rescue recently, run like hell - she's probably your love interest...
Which generic anime character are you?
Pssht. Just because I like math and science and chemistry and blowing stuff up...
Dude, you've gotta check out Full Metal Panic.
I've got tankoubon... three (I had to check) that I picked up last Otakon. I can't read it, but the style is distinctly different, and the story seems changed too. Which isn't to say it wasn't a great purchase.
I also have the first chapter or so in the free Newtype sample that was given out at the con, which is translated. If ADV has the manga rights and they become available in book form eventually, i'm so there.
2003-01-18 10:52 am (UTC)
I am an extra!
| You're the|
face in the crowd, the anonymous
businessman, the giggling
schoolgirl, the guy who gets
trodden on by Godzilla. You don't
have a name or a character or a
backstory, and you'll probably be
dead by the third scene. Don't
under any circumstances tell the
bloke next to you about the happy
life you've got planned for after the
war, if you want to see it. At all
costs avoid lone
generic anime character are
I am an extra ... I am not too sure what to make of this. Well, I can live with this, for to paraphrase Galadriel, "even the smallest [extra] can change the course of the future." :)
Oh, and I am not too familiar with "Full Metal Panic,"although I have seen a few episodes. I'd probably like it more if I saw the first 10 episodes. :)