New Fan Art: Astarotte

Iโ€™ve uploaded a new illustration (for mature people) of Astarotte, the heroine from the Japanese animation Astarotte’s Toy!, (which was originally a comic, titled Lotte’s Toy!) to my pixiv gallery. It was done in response to a request. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!๐Ÿ˜Š

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Trailer for “Alita: Battle Angel” Released!

Hollywood films based on Japanese material normally don’t really do a lot for me. Case in point: this year’s Ghost in the Shell. Occasionally, however, an interesting adaptation does crop up. Case in point: the film formerly known as Edge of Tomorrow. Now, I only saw this trailer for Alita: Battle Angel a short while ago, but it certainly seems to have a few things going for it. Christoph Waltz, who is a very talented actor, is in it and James Cameron, who has created some fantastic films in his long career, is one of the producers. And although I can’t say I’m a fan of Robert Rodriguez, as his previous films haven’t really been my cup of tea, the footage in the trailer sure looks amazing, doesn’t it?

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New Fan Art: Alisa’s Birthday Suit

I’ve uploaded a drawing for mature people to my pixiv gallery. This is another picture of Alisa Southerncross (from the manga and anime called Sgt. Frog) and it was drawn especially for a buddy’s birthday. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!๐Ÿ˜Š

New Fan Art: Alisa Southerncross

Alisa SoutherncrossI have uploaded a new piece of fan art (for mature people) to Enty, for everyone. You can also see a smaller image on pixiv.

My Enty page’s URL: http://enty.jp/en/maruserino

My pixiv account’s URL: http://pixiv.me/fubori

Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!

Mai, the Psychic Girl

Who remembers Mai, the Psychic Girl? It was a manga series written Kazuya Kudo and illustrated by Ryoichi Ikegami, which was originally serialiazed in Weekly Shลnen Sunday from 1985 in Japan.ย  It was then released by Eclipse Comics and Viz International from 1987 in America, first as a biweekly comic, then as four graphic novels (which are pictured below) and finally as a three volume “Perfect Collection”.

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