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jenmari-e:

JESUS DOING THE CARLTON THO

Happy 8th anniversary Okami!

kidmograph:

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kidmograph:

DSSLV

A message from leafreo
I always wondered from where is Rudy and if his family is alive or something
A reply from loghorizonfunfacts

Log Horizon Fun Fact #38:

Rudy is supposedly from a lower-nobility family, but became disgusted by the greediness of nobles and admired the honesty and selflessness of Adventurers, which is why he did his best to act like one.

Well, it worked, just not exactly in the way he had planned.

Also, I don’t know if this is actually set in stone; half of it I heard from discussions on /a/, the part about him coming from a noble family was Isuzu’s guess. There are some parts of the web novel that get cut from the published light novel (such as the entire Isuzu and Rudy going shopping part in the anime; in the web novel, but not in the published one), so it might have been revealed there.

maxscoville:

This is usually the image I think of when I’m trying to describe how great of a comic Dragonball is. The fact that it’s a wonderfully silly fantasy adventure comic is lost on a lot of people whose first impression was Dragonball Z, an anime in which entire episodes would be devoted to charging up fireballs and longwinded expository speeches delivered mid-air above barren desert landscapes. In the beginning, Dragonball is somewhere between Goonies and Tintin, but with slapstick martial arts thrown in. A remarkable imaginative cast of characters deliver copious amounts of potty humor and groan-inducing wordplay, all set against a backdrop that ranges from Hiroshige-esque wilderness to cityscapes resembling the work of a more cheerful Moebius. So, anyone who’s curious about checking it out… You should do that.

maxscoville:

This is usually the image I think of when I’m trying to describe how great of a comic Dragonball is. The fact that it’s a wonderfully silly fantasy adventure comic is lost on a lot of people whose first impression was Dragonball Z, an anime in which entire episodes would be devoted to charging up fireballs and longwinded expository speeches delivered mid-air above barren desert landscapes. In the beginning, Dragonball is somewhere between Goonies and Tintin, but with slapstick martial arts thrown in. A remarkable imaginative cast of characters deliver copious amounts of potty humor and groan-inducing wordplay, all set against a backdrop that ranges from Hiroshige-esque wilderness to cityscapes resembling the work of a more cheerful Moebius. So, anyone who’s curious about checking it out… You should do that.

iguanamouth:

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