Great news, everyone! “Jaco the Galactic Patrolman” collected edition is set for an English release is January 2015! What’s that you ask? Why, it’s the official DragonBall prequel manga by Akira Toriyama.
Even more exciting, Monday’s issue of Shonen Jump will have the English version of Dragon Ball Minus, the bonus chapter with Goku’s mother in it!!! Yeah. Best news you’ve heard all year.
Now, if only I could decide if I should by the issue now or wait until the whole volume is out… the trials of being a less-than-comfortable-about-finances grad student.
A lot of ships I see on Tumblr include homosexual males. Steve Rogers and Tony Stark. Sherlock Holmes and John Watson. Spider-Man and Deadpool (this is a thing, right?). Batman and Nightwing. The list goes on . . .
Anyway, I’m noticing a lack of women in this. My question to the world (but mostly Shippers) is thus: Given a television show with two close, main female characters, would they be shipped just as hard as two men in a similar role?
I shall facilitate a discussion in the comments. GO!
I’ve admitted something about myself recently: I like bizarre ships. I just can’t bring myself to enjoy the normal ones. I can’t read fanfiction about canon pairings. I wish I could, but I just can’t. It started out with your standard wrong-but-awesome ships. Things like Dramione. But that wasn’t enough. Voldemort/McGonagall. That was it. Ship Damon/Elena? Pfft. Damon/Bonnie. And I really have no idea how the Loki/Sif thing happened, but the Lokasenna only exasperated things. Now, whenever I see two interesting characters who only vaguely interact, I’m all:
And life’s never been better.
(Okay, fine, that’s a lie. I’ve run out of fanfiction to read for some of them and that makes me sad.)
Last FMA post for a while guys. I promise. But I just want to say that after surfing Tumblr without an official OTP, I finally found one.
image via Maumita on DeviantArt
That is all.