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My first season DVDs got here and, as I was too brain-dead to watch Farscape, I instead (re)watched the pilot of First Wave - the late-nineties show about alien invasion - the protagonist is one of their experiments in human endurance - only he doesn't break, he takes the fight to them.



I have not seen this in over a decade and was very entertained to see how very nineties it was - the clothes, the filming style, the hair. Also, they pretend it's in Chicago, but it's clearly Canada and some of the extras don't quite manage to hide their Canadian accents.

It's not really a masterpiece or terribly deep or anything similar, but it's good pulpy fun (especially, if like me, you are fond of paranoia/hunted-type scenarios). Plus, the hero is a redhead and there are too few of us in protagonist roles. Redhead power!!!

Have a MV!



In conclusion, I told Mr. Mousie that if he ever comes home babbling of aliens and hallucinations, I am not going to be disbelieving but immediately agree to go on the run, pausing only for my de rigeur leather pants.
dangermousie: (Default)
My first season DVDs got here and, as I was too brain-dead to watch Farscape, I instead (re)watched the pilot of First Wave - the late-nineties show about alien invasion - the protagonist is one of their experiments in human endurance - only he doesn't break, he takes the fight to them.



I have not seen this in over a decade and was very entertained to see how very nineties it was - the clothes, the filming style, the hair. Also, they pretend it's in Chicago, but it's clearly Canada and some of the extras don't quite manage to hide their Canadian accents.

It's not really a masterpiece or terribly deep or anything similar, but it's good pulpy fun (especially, if like me, you are fond of paranoia/hunted-type scenarios). Plus, the hero is a redhead and there are too few of us in protagonist roles. Redhead power!!!

Have a MV!



In conclusion, I told Mr. Mousie that if he ever comes home babbling of aliens and hallucinations, I am not going to be disbelieving but immediately agree to go on the run, pausing only for my de rigeur leather pants.
dangermousie: (Default)
My first season DVDs got here and, as I was too brain-dead to watch Farscape, I instead (re)watched the pilot of First Wave - the late-nineties show about alien invasion - the protagonist is one of their experiments in human endurance - only he doesn't break, he takes the fight to them.



I have not seen this in over a decade and was very entertained to see how very nineties it was - the clothes, the filming style, the hair. Also, they pretend it's in Chicago, but it's clearly Canada and some of the extras don't quite manage to hide their Canadian accents.

It's not really a masterpiece or terribly deep or anything similar, but it's good pulpy fun (especially, if like me, you are fond of paranoia/hunted-type scenarios). Plus, the hero is a redhead and there are too few of us in protagonist roles. Redhead power!!!

Have a MV!



In conclusion, I told Mr. Mousie that if he ever comes home babbling of aliens and hallucinations, I am not going to be disbelieving but immediately agree to go on the run, pausing only for my de rigeur leather pants.
dangermousie: (Firefly: Mal/Inara dance by pepperlandgi)
Yesterday was the turn of "Unrealized Realities," an ep I really like (from then on, despite somewhat uneven beginnings, s4 becomes an unstoppable juggernaught of awesomeness).

Anyway, here are my thoughts.

* Chiana may not seem to be the best relationship guru (seeing how her one relationship that wasn't a one-night stand, imploded) but she actually is, when it comes to Aeryn and Crichton - her comment back in s2 about how he'd have to go fast with the body and slow with the soul with Aeryn was spot on (too bad he wasn't listening) and her advice to Aeryn here, that neither English nor wormholes are something she has to learn to win him back but something else is - that is very on-point. What is broken in their relationship (and yes, yes, I know he's taking lakka to prevent Scorpy from realizing how crucial Aeryn is to him (and doubling the doze, omg - that says volumes about intensity of his feeling) but lakka or not, there really is an issue there and his disappointment and anger) is trust and a sense of security.

* Crichton's attitude to yet someone else chasing him for his mind/messing with his mind, has evolved from A Human Reaction, Won't Get Fooled Again and even John Quixote - he is matter-of-fact, 'what else is new' mixed with controlled anger.

* How very Farscapian that Crichton sees a myriad of 'unrealized realities' and not a single one of them is in any way pleasant. The fact that his current reality is the best of the bunch is pretty horrifying. All the unrealized realities go from bad to worse to worst and, significantly, the worst reality (even worse than the one where Earth is taken by Scarrans and Scorpius is his father), the one which gets Crichton to tell Einstein to kill him, is the one where he betrays all his friends and loved ones and allies with Crais - no matter how messed up he goes, no matter how a shadow of his former sane/non-violent self, he will always be ready to give up his life for those he loves. (Side note - ahhh, I miss Zhaan and Crais and Jool and seeing them again was wonderful).

* On realities front, I loved seeing the one where Sikozu was a Scarran spy simply because Crichton looks amazing in PK leathers and Sikozu looked awesome doing her anti-gravity shooting thing. (Maybe she should hang out with River). I do think the worst fate would be the one he faced near the end - not to be remembered at all, not to be important enough to matter to anyone (which is something that Crichton will never be - unmemorable, love him or hate him).

* Ahhhh, the irony of that ending - I find it fascinating that Crichton was concentrating so hard of thinking of 'home' and so he is at Earth not Moya. Which makes sense - he's lived on Earth a lot longer than he has on Moya. But I think it is also because he has not yet fully realized how incompatible he is with Earth, how Moya is where he belongs. Crichton knows he'd pick Aeryn over Earth but he doesn't yet know that even leaving that choice out of the equation, he can't pick Earth any more - the uncharted territories and all the horrors and emotions that happened to him made him into someone very different than the man he was when he left.

Also, my DVD boxset of S1 of First Wave has got here. EEEE! I've been craving to have DVDs of this since forever. Though at the rate they are releasing them, I'll get s3 when I am 80.

On the drama front, I checked out first ep of Dream High 2. It's cute and poppy and not particularly involving but is something I'll probably watch when more eps are out. I think this is pretty much Korean High School Musical - silly and shallow but fun and with wholesome high school singing. I confess I have more interest in Shut Up: Flower Boy Band, not in the least because that title is pretty much insane.
dangermousie: (Firefly: Mal/Inara dance by pepperlandgi)
Yesterday was the turn of "Unrealized Realities," an ep I really like (from then on, despite somewhat uneven beginnings, s4 becomes an unstoppable juggernaught of awesomeness).

Anyway, here are my thoughts.

* Chiana may not seem to be the best relationship guru (seeing how her one relationship that wasn't a one-night stand, imploded) but she actually is, when it comes to Aeryn and Crichton - her comment back in s2 about how he'd have to go fast with the body and slow with the soul with Aeryn was spot on (too bad he wasn't listening) and her advice to Aeryn here, that neither English nor wormholes are something she has to learn to win him back but something else is - that is very on-point. What is broken in their relationship (and yes, yes, I know he's taking lakka to prevent Scorpy from realizing how crucial Aeryn is to him (and doubling the doze, omg - that says volumes about intensity of his feeling) but lakka or not, there really is an issue there and his disappointment and anger) is trust and a sense of security.

* Crichton's attitude to yet someone else chasing him for his mind/messing with his mind, has evolved from A Human Reaction, Won't Get Fooled Again and even John Quixote - he is matter-of-fact, 'what else is new' mixed with controlled anger.

* How very Farscapian that Crichton sees a myriad of 'unrealized realities' and not a single one of them is in any way pleasant. The fact that his current reality is the best of the bunch is pretty horrifying. All the unrealized realities go from bad to worse to worst and, significantly, the worst reality (even worse than the one where Earth is taken by Scarrans and Scorpius is his father), the one which gets Crichton to tell Einstein to kill him, is the one where he betrays all his friends and loved ones and allies with Crais - no matter how messed up he goes, no matter how a shadow of his former sane/non-violent self, he will always be ready to give up his life for those he loves. (Side note - ahhh, I miss Zhaan and Crais and Jool and seeing them again was wonderful).

* On realities front, I loved seeing the one where Sikozu was a Scarran spy simply because Crichton looks amazing in PK leathers and Sikozu looked awesome doing her anti-gravity shooting thing. (Maybe she should hang out with River). I do think the worst fate would be the one he faced near the end - not to be remembered at all, not to be important enough to matter to anyone (which is something that Crichton will never be - unmemorable, love him or hate him).

* Ahhhh, the irony of that ending - I find it fascinating that Crichton was concentrating so hard of thinking of 'home' and so he is at Earth not Moya. Which makes sense - he's lived on Earth a lot longer than he has on Moya. But I think it is also because he has not yet fully realized how incompatible he is with Earth, how Moya is where he belongs. Crichton knows he'd pick Aeryn over Earth but he doesn't yet know that even leaving that choice out of the equation, he can't pick Earth any more - the uncharted territories and all the horrors and emotions that happened to him made him into someone very different than the man he was when he left.

Also, my DVD boxset of S1 of First Wave has got here. EEEE! I've been craving to have DVDs of this since forever. Though at the rate they are releasing them, I'll get s3 when I am 80.

On the drama front, I checked out first ep of Dream High 2. It's cute and poppy and not particularly involving but is something I'll probably watch when more eps are out. I think this is pretty much Korean High School Musical - silly and shallow but fun and with wholesome high school singing. I confess I have more interest in Shut Up: Flower Boy Band, not in the least because that title is pretty much insane.
dangermousie: (Firefly: Mal/Inara dance by pepperlandgi)
Yesterday was the turn of "Unrealized Realities," an ep I really like (from then on, despite somewhat uneven beginnings, s4 becomes an unstoppable juggernaught of awesomeness).

Anyway, here are my thoughts.

* Chiana may not seem to be the best relationship guru (seeing how her one relationship that wasn't a one-night stand, imploded) but she actually is, when it comes to Aeryn and Crichton - her comment back in s2 about how he'd have to go fast with the body and slow with the soul with Aeryn was spot on (too bad he wasn't listening) and her advice to Aeryn here, that neither English nor wormholes are something she has to learn to win him back but something else is - that is very on-point. What is broken in their relationship (and yes, yes, I know he's taking lakka to prevent Scorpy from realizing how crucial Aeryn is to him (and doubling the doze, omg - that says volumes about intensity of his feeling) but lakka or not, there really is an issue there and his disappointment and anger) is trust and a sense of security.

* Crichton's attitude to yet someone else chasing him for his mind/messing with his mind, has evolved from A Human Reaction, Won't Get Fooled Again and even John Quixote - he is matter-of-fact, 'what else is new' mixed with controlled anger.

* How very Farscapian that Crichton sees a myriad of 'unrealized realities' and not a single one of them is in any way pleasant. The fact that his current reality is the best of the bunch is pretty horrifying. All the unrealized realities go from bad to worse to worst and, significantly, the worst reality (even worse than the one where Earth is taken by Scarrans and Scorpius is his father), the one which gets Crichton to tell Einstein to kill him, is the one where he betrays all his friends and loved ones and allies with Crais - no matter how messed up he goes, no matter how a shadow of his former sane/non-violent self, he will always be ready to give up his life for those he loves. (Side note - ahhh, I miss Zhaan and Crais and Jool and seeing them again was wonderful).

* On realities front, I loved seeing the one where Sikozu was a Scarran spy simply because Crichton looks amazing in PK leathers and Sikozu looked awesome doing her anti-gravity shooting thing. (Maybe she should hang out with River). I do think the worst fate would be the one he faced near the end - not to be remembered at all, not to be important enough to matter to anyone (which is something that Crichton will never be - unmemorable, love him or hate him).

* Ahhhh, the irony of that ending - I find it fascinating that Crichton was concentrating so hard of thinking of 'home' and so he is at Earth not Moya. Which makes sense - he's lived on Earth a lot longer than he has on Moya. But I think it is also because he has not yet fully realized how incompatible he is with Earth, how Moya is where he belongs. Crichton knows he'd pick Aeryn over Earth but he doesn't yet know that even leaving that choice out of the equation, he can't pick Earth any more - the uncharted territories and all the horrors and emotions that happened to him made him into someone very different than the man he was when he left.

Also, my DVD boxset of S1 of First Wave has got here. EEEE! I've been craving to have DVDs of this since forever. Though at the rate they are releasing them, I'll get s3 when I am 80.

On the drama front, I checked out first ep of Dream High 2. It's cute and poppy and not particularly involving but is something I'll probably watch when more eps are out. I think this is pretty much Korean High School Musical - silly and shallow but fun and with wholesome high school singing. I confess I have more interest in Shut Up: Flower Boy Band, not in the least because that title is pretty much insane.
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Nine/Rose 'plus one' by shootmef)
1. Chuck. Sometimes I like light and cooky, and seeing clips and vids on youtube made me think I may like it.

2. Warehouse 13. Mr. Mousie is a fan and I like scifi...

3. Fringe. I was sold by parallel universes. Also, apparently there is shippiness, if the mv below is any indication.



4. Haven. I am most excited by this one! First off, Mr. Mousie loves it, and since we are both fans of Firefly and Farscape and Buffy and Dr Who and a billion other things, we have similar tastes. Plus, I was digging around on youtube, and it triggered my memory that this is a show where one of the characters is a guy who cannot feel a single thing except - the only thing he can feel is heroine's touch. Sold. Have a MV for them...



I am skipping Lost Girl, because it seems to me to be a bit too Laurel K. Hamilton for my tastes.

Oh, and apparently the first season of First Wave is on DVD! Guess who just bought it? I used to love that show 10+ yrs ago - nothing like hot people fighting an alien conspiracy while being hunted by the government. Plus, mmmm, Sebastian Spence.

On a final note, I realized I never watched Babylon 5. The horror! Not only is it Mr. Mousie's all-time favorite show, it's a scifi classic. Luckily, I just bought the entire series on DVD for Mr. Mousie for Valentine's Day, so I know what we are watching in February :)

Oh, and just finished Farscape 4.08, I Shrink, Therefore I Am. It's not an ep for which I have a lot of meta, but I do like the Crichton has to take almost constant hits of the drug to be able to function clear-headedly and not get overwhelmed with 'Aeryn is in danger Aeryn Aeryn Aeryn!' And I love how the show mocks technobabble. Plus, Rygel being unselfish and Crichton snarking on Scorpy are always great.
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Nine/Rose 'plus one' by shootmef)
1. Chuck. Sometimes I like light and cooky, and seeing clips and vids on youtube made me think I may like it.

2. Warehouse 13. Mr. Mousie is a fan and I like scifi...

3. Fringe. I was sold by parallel universes. Also, apparently there is shippiness, if the mv below is any indication.



4. Haven. I am most excited by this one! First off, Mr. Mousie loves it, and since we are both fans of Firefly and Farscape and Buffy and Dr Who and a billion other things, we have similar tastes. Plus, I was digging around on youtube, and it triggered my memory that this is a show where one of the characters is a guy who cannot feel a single thing except - the only thing he can feel is heroine's touch. Sold. Have a MV for them...



I am skipping Lost Girl, because it seems to me to be a bit too Laurel K. Hamilton for my tastes.

Oh, and apparently the first season of First Wave is on DVD! Guess who just bought it? I used to love that show 10+ yrs ago - nothing like hot people fighting an alien conspiracy while being hunted by the government. Plus, mmmm, Sebastian Spence.

On a final note, I realized I never watched Babylon 5. The horror! Not only is it Mr. Mousie's all-time favorite show, it's a scifi classic. Luckily, I just bought the entire series on DVD for Mr. Mousie for Valentine's Day, so I know what we are watching in February :)

Oh, and just finished Farscape 4.08, I Shrink, Therefore I Am. It's not an ep for which I have a lot of meta, but I do like the Crichton has to take almost constant hits of the drug to be able to function clear-headedly and not get overwhelmed with 'Aeryn is in danger Aeryn Aeryn Aeryn!' And I love how the show mocks technobabble. Plus, Rygel being unselfish and Crichton snarking on Scorpy are always great.
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Nine/Rose 'plus one' by shootmef)
1. Chuck. Sometimes I like light and cooky, and seeing clips and vids on youtube made me think I may like it.

2. Warehouse 13. Mr. Mousie is a fan and I like scifi...

3. Fringe. I was sold by parallel universes. Also, apparently there is shippiness, if the mv below is any indication.



4. Haven. I am most excited by this one! First off, Mr. Mousie loves it, and since we are both fans of Firefly and Farscape and Buffy and Dr Who and a billion other things, we have similar tastes. Plus, I was digging around on youtube, and it triggered my memory that this is a show where one of the characters is a guy who cannot feel a single thing except - the only thing he can feel is heroine's touch. Sold. Have a MV for them...



I am skipping Lost Girl, because it seems to me to be a bit too Laurel K. Hamilton for my tastes.

Oh, and apparently the first season of First Wave is on DVD! Guess who just bought it? I used to love that show 10+ yrs ago - nothing like hot people fighting an alien conspiracy while being hunted by the government. Plus, mmmm, Sebastian Spence.

On a final note, I realized I never watched Babylon 5. The horror! Not only is it Mr. Mousie's all-time favorite show, it's a scifi classic. Luckily, I just bought the entire series on DVD for Mr. Mousie for Valentine's Day, so I know what we are watching in February :)

Oh, and just finished Farscape 4.08, I Shrink, Therefore I Am. It's not an ep for which I have a lot of meta, but I do like the Crichton has to take almost constant hits of the drug to be able to function clear-headedly and not get overwhelmed with 'Aeryn is in danger Aeryn Aeryn Aeryn!' And I love how the show mocks technobabble. Plus, Rygel being unselfish and Crichton snarking on Scorpy are always great.
dangermousie: (Farscape: Crichtons don't cry by graphic)
They’ve Got a Secret.

It’s not an ep I am super fond of (though it’s not bad) so only brief observations behind the cut.

Spoilery only for the ep itself )

In other news, let’s talk about First Wave.

If you’ve friended me for more than oh…a day or so, you can tell that the only thing I like better than checking my LJ for comments is scifi. More specifically, a clever, dark, dystopian scifi or horrorish fantasy.

Now, the scifi/horror/fantasy shows I adore range from cult classic favorites (Farscape, Firefly, Buffy) to currently running (BSG, Supernatural) to over though still known (Dark Angel, Roswell). Some of them are better known than others, but no scifi show I strongly enjoy is more obscure than First Wave. Running for three seasons (it concluded its story arc, never fear), FW aired on scifi from 1998 to 2001 (Guh, those were the days when scifi had a lot of good stuff on). It involved dark prophesies, an alien invasion, an angsty, angry hero of awesome hotness, and darkness and dystopia. It is not as clever or moving or romantic as some of my other favorites, but it’s still good and deserves to be better known.



A very short synopsis: Former thief turned security specialist, Cade Foster’s life was idyllic, with a beautiful wife, good job and a nice house. Without his knowing, he is used as subject 117 in an extraterrestrial race (called Gua) experiment to test human resilience. As part of this experiment his life is systematically ruined, including the murder of his wife for which he is framed. He is the only one of the 117 subjects to solve the riddles of the experiment and escape arrest to live as a fugitive. The Gua are among humans in the form of hybridised genetic clones and plan to enslave humanity—the first of three “waves” intent on conquering and finally destroying the human race. Constantly pursued by the police, and a strange government agency called the Illuminati, Foster discovers previously unknown quatrains of Nostradamus, which tell of three waves which will destroy the planet unless the “twice-blessed man” can stop them. For this reason, Foster investigates strange occurrences which may have ties to the Nostradamus’ quatrains, hoping to find what he needs to stop the Gua.

Reasons to watch? Darkness, and angst, and a hair-gelled-within-an-inch-of-its-life Sebastian Spence.

This is, weirdly enough, not on DVD yet, but you can dl it or find copies on ebay. And scifi still shows it sometime.

More Photos )
Links:

Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_wave
Episode Guide: http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Theater/2119/firstwavetable.html
Scifi site: http://www.scifi.com/firstwave/
dangermousie: (Farscape: Crichtons don't cry by graphic)
They’ve Got a Secret.

It’s not an ep I am super fond of (though it’s not bad) so only brief observations behind the cut.

Spoilery only for the ep itself )

In other news, let’s talk about First Wave.

If you’ve friended me for more than oh…a day or so, you can tell that the only thing I like better than checking my LJ for comments is scifi. More specifically, a clever, dark, dystopian scifi or horrorish fantasy.

Now, the scifi/horror/fantasy shows I adore range from cult classic favorites (Farscape, Firefly, Buffy) to currently running (BSG, Supernatural) to over though still known (Dark Angel, Roswell). Some of them are better known than others, but no scifi show I strongly enjoy is more obscure than First Wave. Running for three seasons (it concluded its story arc, never fear), FW aired on scifi from 1998 to 2001 (Guh, those were the days when scifi had a lot of good stuff on). It involved dark prophesies, an alien invasion, an angsty, angry hero of awesome hotness, and darkness and dystopia. It is not as clever or moving or romantic as some of my other favorites, but it’s still good and deserves to be better known.



A very short synopsis: Former thief turned security specialist, Cade Foster’s life was idyllic, with a beautiful wife, good job and a nice house. Without his knowing, he is used as subject 117 in an extraterrestrial race (called Gua) experiment to test human resilience. As part of this experiment his life is systematically ruined, including the murder of his wife for which he is framed. He is the only one of the 117 subjects to solve the riddles of the experiment and escape arrest to live as a fugitive. The Gua are among humans in the form of hybridised genetic clones and plan to enslave humanity—the first of three “waves” intent on conquering and finally destroying the human race. Constantly pursued by the police, and a strange government agency called the Illuminati, Foster discovers previously unknown quatrains of Nostradamus, which tell of three waves which will destroy the planet unless the “twice-blessed man” can stop them. For this reason, Foster investigates strange occurrences which may have ties to the Nostradamus’ quatrains, hoping to find what he needs to stop the Gua.

Reasons to watch? Darkness, and angst, and a hair-gelled-within-an-inch-of-its-life Sebastian Spence.

This is, weirdly enough, not on DVD yet, but you can dl it or find copies on ebay. And scifi still shows it sometime.

More Photos )
Links:

Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_wave
Episode Guide: http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Theater/2119/firstwavetable.html
Scifi site: http://www.scifi.com/firstwave/
dangermousie: (Farscape: Crichtons don't cry by graphic)
They’ve Got a Secret.

It’s not an ep I am super fond of (though it’s not bad) so only brief observations behind the cut.

Spoilery only for the ep itself )

In other news, let’s talk about First Wave.

If you’ve friended me for more than oh…a day or so, you can tell that the only thing I like better than checking my LJ for comments is scifi. More specifically, a clever, dark, dystopian scifi or horrorish fantasy.

Now, the scifi/horror/fantasy shows I adore range from cult classic favorites (Farscape, Firefly, Buffy) to currently running (BSG, Supernatural) to over though still known (Dark Angel, Roswell). Some of them are better known than others, but no scifi show I strongly enjoy is more obscure than First Wave. Running for three seasons (it concluded its story arc, never fear), FW aired on scifi from 1998 to 2001 (Guh, those were the days when scifi had a lot of good stuff on). It involved dark prophesies, an alien invasion, an angsty, angry hero of awesome hotness, and darkness and dystopia. It is not as clever or moving or romantic as some of my other favorites, but it’s still good and deserves to be better known.



A very short synopsis: Former thief turned security specialist, Cade Foster’s life was idyllic, with a beautiful wife, good job and a nice house. Without his knowing, he is used as subject 117 in an extraterrestrial race (called Gua) experiment to test human resilience. As part of this experiment his life is systematically ruined, including the murder of his wife for which he is framed. He is the only one of the 117 subjects to solve the riddles of the experiment and escape arrest to live as a fugitive. The Gua are among humans in the form of hybridised genetic clones and plan to enslave humanity—the first of three “waves” intent on conquering and finally destroying the human race. Constantly pursued by the police, and a strange government agency called the Illuminati, Foster discovers previously unknown quatrains of Nostradamus, which tell of three waves which will destroy the planet unless the “twice-blessed man” can stop them. For this reason, Foster investigates strange occurrences which may have ties to the Nostradamus’ quatrains, hoping to find what he needs to stop the Gua.

Reasons to watch? Darkness, and angst, and a hair-gelled-within-an-inch-of-its-life Sebastian Spence.

This is, weirdly enough, not on DVD yet, but you can dl it or find copies on ebay. And scifi still shows it sometime.

More Photos )
Links:

Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_wave
Episode Guide: http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Theater/2119/firstwavetable.html
Scifi site: http://www.scifi.com/firstwave/
dangermousie: (FY: Tamahome red by jadeicons)
I am rewatching Fushigi Yuugi, and honestly, this thing is as good the second time around. There is an anime I love better (FY is my second favorite, after Trigun), but there is few things out there, anime, live-action or anything else that somehow hits all my kinks the same way.

I am also amused to realize that even after all the anime I've watched, and certainly some of it had canon or super-close-to-it slash couples, FY is the only one I've seen with boy-on-boy kissing, aka Nuriko/Tamahome and Tamahome/Nakago. For someone who is the star-crossed bf of the heroine, Tamahome certainly got a lot of kissing from the 'wrong' gender :P (Yeah, yeah, I know it was either involuntary or under false preences, and it makes sense in context but it's still amusing).

Also, Tamahome and Hotohori are still my number one choice for hypotehtical threesomes I'd be all into.

I have also started watching Chobits. I've seen half an ep so far. I like the artwork (though Chi, the human-looking personcom A.I., is a bit chibi), and I like what I've seen overall. But all I really have to say about it now is "Her switch is WHERE?" I am sure I could posit something on view of women from it, but whatever.

Also, I've taped some eps of First Wave from scifi. I used to love that show and the sexiness of Sebastian Spence and the darkness. Why isn't this on DVD?
dangermousie: (FY: Tamahome red by jadeicons)
I am rewatching Fushigi Yuugi, and honestly, this thing is as good the second time around. There is an anime I love better (FY is my second favorite, after Trigun), but there is few things out there, anime, live-action or anything else that somehow hits all my kinks the same way.

I am also amused to realize that even after all the anime I've watched, and certainly some of it had canon or super-close-to-it slash couples, FY is the only one I've seen with boy-on-boy kissing, aka Nuriko/Tamahome and Tamahome/Nakago. For someone who is the star-crossed bf of the heroine, Tamahome certainly got a lot of kissing from the 'wrong' gender :P (Yeah, yeah, I know it was either involuntary or under false preences, and it makes sense in context but it's still amusing).

Also, Tamahome and Hotohori are still my number one choice for hypotehtical threesomes I'd be all into.

I have also started watching Chobits. I've seen half an ep so far. I like the artwork (though Chi, the human-looking personcom A.I., is a bit chibi), and I like what I've seen overall. But all I really have to say about it now is "Her switch is WHERE?" I am sure I could posit something on view of women from it, but whatever.

Also, I've taped some eps of First Wave from scifi. I used to love that show and the sexiness of Sebastian Spence and the darkness. Why isn't this on DVD?
dangermousie: (FY: Tamahome red by jadeicons)
I am rewatching Fushigi Yuugi, and honestly, this thing is as good the second time around. There is an anime I love better (FY is my second favorite, after Trigun), but there is few things out there, anime, live-action or anything else that somehow hits all my kinks the same way.

I am also amused to realize that even after all the anime I've watched, and certainly some of it had canon or super-close-to-it slash couples, FY is the only one I've seen with boy-on-boy kissing, aka Nuriko/Tamahome and Tamahome/Nakago. For someone who is the star-crossed bf of the heroine, Tamahome certainly got a lot of kissing from the 'wrong' gender :P (Yeah, yeah, I know it was either involuntary or under false preences, and it makes sense in context but it's still amusing).

Also, Tamahome and Hotohori are still my number one choice for hypotehtical threesomes I'd be all into.

I have also started watching Chobits. I've seen half an ep so far. I like the artwork (though Chi, the human-looking personcom A.I., is a bit chibi), and I like what I've seen overall. But all I really have to say about it now is "Her switch is WHERE?" I am sure I could posit something on view of women from it, but whatever.

Also, I've taped some eps of First Wave from scifi. I used to love that show and the sexiness of Sebastian Spence and the darkness. Why isn't this on DVD?

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