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    • Help finding a 5/5 series

      1 week ago

      Imperator100

      So this is both a request and a suggestion for others. I am writing this because of I want to see things that I truly love, that I consider 5/5 and it's not often. The only 5/5 things I see recently are basically parts of 5/5 series that I love that are on-going (DC Comic's DCEU and DC Rebirth). Outside of that I haven't found a new 5/5 series since like 5 years ago with Magicka. I have found only 6 franchises ever that I would give a 5/5 to:


      1: Sailor Moon

      2: Cardcaptor Sakura

      3: Saint Seiya

      4: DC Comics

      5: The Divine Comedy

      6: Magicka


      A 5/5 series to me doesn't mean "flawless". A work that doesn't have anything that actively angers me isn't any sign of quality, a basic boring 2/5 story can do that. A work that doesn't have major flaws just means it's a competently written story which is like a 3/5. A story that lacks minor flaws, that is just a really smooth experience the whole way through might be like a 4/5. A story that is a 5/5 still has "flaws" generally because flaws aren't the point. 


      I want to explain the differences between 1 point differences in my system to better help gauge my thinking


      Difference between 1/5 and 2/5: Does this make me feel bad watching?

      Difference between 2/5 and 3/5: Would I want to continue watching this?

      Difference between 3/5 and 4/5: Would I want to watch a reaction to this or listen to someone's in-depth thoughts about it?

      Difference between 4/5 and 5/5: Am I a different person after viewing this?


      Because that really is the hallmark of a 5/5 series to me. I feel like a different person afterwards, it's something that I know I will think about it often afterwards. Something that has changed irrevocably the way I view the world.


      I am notoriously difficult to recommend stuff for, and maybe it's just cause I have too high expectations of things. I would probably agree I expect too much from most things. But I don't understand how people can view a bunch of entertainment and not want to see the things they will love most. I don't understand why they don't seek them out. I am constantly trying to find new 5/5 experiences for myself. I watch lots of reviewers and critics in the hopes of finding one. And while I have high expectations of things, I do thing on the other hand I am not very selective on mode of expression. This was the same in school. I hated school but their wasn't a nightmare subject for me. Even in Math for instance, where I wasn't very good, I still loved learning about the subject. Despite getting a terrible grade for my mandatory Math class in College, I was good friends with the professor and would often go by his room and enjoyed listening to him talk about what he was passionate in.


      There is no subject matter, no medium, no genre that I would turn my nose up at. I have preferences like all people but I really do think I'm pretty good at giving unlikely things a shot. I do this because I want to find them but looking for them individually is no where near as efficient which is partially what I am doing with this blog.


      I am a Classist Artistically and I want to transcend myself, I want to experience the fullness of life, the human condition, and the universe through art. I want to feel....a sense of something greater, a spiritual satisfaction if you will. And because of that I am driven to find the sensations that can actually accomplish this. And this is where the suggestion part comes in, you probably have at least few series you give your top score to, that you really think are something special, and because of that you probably have some idea of what I'm talking about. Really try and find the things you love, don't just sit back and let them eventually come to you. You know?


      But whatever that's just my opinion.

    • Weekly Questions

      1 week ago

      Imperator100

      Sorry I haven't done this in a while. Ask FM wasn't working on my computer though it seems to have been fixed.


      1: "Best Gurren Lagann quote, go"

      "A real man never dies, even when he's killed!"


      2: "If you had a pet bunny, what would you name it"

      Bunny :P


      3: "Who would win in a fight between Thor and Sailor Jupiter"

      I don't really know Marvel very well. I would assume if this is Eternal Sailor Jupiter or Lambda Powered Makoto she would win


      4: "Do you have any shonen battle series you enjoy? If so which one?"

      Saint Seiya and Yu Yu Hakusho. Yu-gi-oh! if that counts as one, I also like the original Dragon Ball though not as much.


      5: "What American Cartoon that you have not watched most peaks your interest?"

      Spectacular Spider-Man


      6: "What if your favorite episode from Death Battle Season 3"

      Probably Ratchet and Clank vs. Jak and Daxter. I felt it was pretty solid in basically all fronts. Premise wasn't my personal taste but was the obvious choice for both. Both Pre and Post fight analysis were highly accurate, mostly due to Max of Few Trades, and that fight was well-made.


      7: "What is the best candy"

      I personally like Hershey's Cookies and Cream Candy Bar


      8: "Many MGs have a normal best friend, which is your favorite"

      Without any question, Tomoyo-chan from Cardcaptor Sakura


      9: "Is being single a blessing or a curse"

      Without a single doubt in my mind, it's a curse. My life has improved a thousand fold since I found my love.


      If you wanna ask something, my ask.fm


    • How bad is the fanbase?

      2 weeks ago

      Imperator100

      A quick humorous little joke I found about calculating how cancerous a fanbase is gonna behave:


      (A + O - D) * P = Trouble Level


      A = Amount of Ambiguity or other things to argue about

      O = Ease of creating your own Original Character or inserting yourself into the series

      D = How Difficult it is to get into the series (usually just how long the series is)

      P = How quickly it became popular 


      If you want to quantify rate from 0-5 then minimum score would obviously be 0, which is it just doesn't have a fanbase, to 50 which I'm not sure any series really is.

    • user-59358fc1937cf asked Imperator100 a question

      I know that I ask you a lot of question and I apologize but do you know if Sailor moon possesses an immeasurable speed or someone in the universe of sailor moon

      Answered: Jun 10, 2017

      No

    • user-59358fc1937cf asked Imperator100 a question

      Why is chaos(sailor moon) an abstract entity?

      Answered: Jun 7, 2017

      I should warn you the miss dream translation is not good, but everyone uses it for this because it's super convenient.


      It introduces itself as that which never became a star, the Darkness which calls out to the Light, whose uniting shall be the end of it all. All Evil Beings and "Dark Stars" (clumsily translated) are merely aspects of him, emanating through time and space. He merged with the Galaxy Cauldron, the Universe's strongest star, which in itself is rather abstract being the source of all potentials.


      Sailor Moon is referencing Classical Greek Cosmology, where the two primordial opposites were Kaos, or Chaos, meaning Non-Existence, and Cosmos meaning The Universe, specifically The Universe as a well-structured ordered whole. Chaos is not part of the Cosmos, it is in fact the anti-Cosmos, the non-existence. 


      I should note two more things. Japanese does not have as much of a singular/plural distinction as English does. Most of the time when you see something like "star" or "galaxy" it could just as easily be translated to "the stars" or "the galaxies". What's actually used most of the time in the fifth arc of sailor moon is a term "Ama no Gawa", or "Heavenly River" which is a imprecise term used to indicate the precession of stars in the sky. 


      Another thing is the usage of Stars. In Sailor Moon Stars are used to mean literal stars and symbolically star seeds, an esoteric concept that relates essentially to abstract concept. Basically Star Seeds are the essence of something which develops every trait of the person. All things that bear life have a Star Seed and special star seeds are chosen to reach their full potential and become Sailor Crystals who uses are called sailor Senshi. Beings that have their star seeds stolen can be remade at will by the person who has them such as when Galaxia remade Usagi's friends to be loyal to her. Your star seed controls everything about you.


      Just as all Dark Stars are aspects of Chaos, so too are all Good things aspects of Cosmos, the Universe and it's star seed the Cosmos Crystal which is where Sailor Cosmos comes in

    • user-59358fc1937cf asked Imperator100 a question

      Hello imperator, sorry to be sudden but do you have the Japanese scan of sailor moon? A revision is in court on site vs battle

      Answered: Jun 6, 2017

      Uh....not on my computer really

    • Defending the DCEU: Introduction

      3 weeks ago

      Imperator100

      How would you feel if something you loved, thought was amazing, was constantly attacked and derided? Brought up for no reason other than to claim it’s supposed inadequacies, had claims made of it that you found often hypocritical or blatantly false? Think to some of your favorite series and imagine this was the case with you.


      I have found myself in this situation. For the past few years, DC Comics has released several movies in the shared cinematic universe, the DCEU. As a long-time DC Fan, I absolutely loved them. Some of them are today among my favorite movies of all time. And yet the majority of my western friends online seem to not just dislike them, but on occasion to actively despise them with an anger I have never felt towards any movie. And why?


      The DCEU to me represents the modern DC Comics, the return to their legacy promised in Rebirth. They create a universe that unlike so much of fiction is predicated on the positive humanistic message that I see as the core of DC Comics, especially today: Humanity is Great. You are stronger, wiser, and more noble then you think you are.  And yet I hear these movies referred to as “Dark”, sometimes even “Hopeless” and “Fascist”.


      A trait you learn very quickly about me if you are around me for any significant amount of time is I don’t like conflict. I don’t like the stress, I don’t like the work, and more than anything I don’t like hurting people’s feelings. I am writing this defense of the DCEU for the same reason I love the DCEU: I believe in people’s ability. For all my life, the one thing more constant then anything was the nobility in people. How they always, always helped me when I needed it. This experience with the DCEU is unlike anything I’ve seen in people but I believe as Superman does: that people are capable of great things.


      If you hate the DCEU, I cannot change your mind. I trust in the beauty of the movies and I trust in your capacity as a human being to see what you previously had not and I hope that I, as the humble reflector of that beauty’s light, can help you see it.


      I will create three articles, one for Man of Steel, one for Dawn of Justice, and one for Suicide Squad. I will not make one for Wonder Woman even after I see it and read reviews because already I am aware that it has universal acclaim. I suspect when I see Wonder Woman I shall see the same as I saw in Man of Steel and Dawn of Justice and that finally people are starting to see, which truly is wondrous. I am going to attempt to justify these movies to you, to defend their worth as some of the greatest cinema, especially superhero cinema of all time.


      There are 3 standards of quality you can judge art by. 2 of them are universal. The third is not universal but does happen to apply to the DCEU. 2 of them are justifiable.


      Personal Standards:

      This is the one that’s not technically justifiable. Everyone enjoys and doesn’t enjoy certain things and no one can tell you otherwise on your opinion.


      There’s a general saying that goes around. “There’s no wrong thing to like/dislike, and no wrong reason to like/dislike”. And I mostly agree. There is nothing that should be impossible to like or dislike, or even bear stigma, and there is no wrong personal standard.


      But I would not fully agree. There is wrong reason and right reason to dislike and like a film. Specifically, if your own standard do not align. Let me give an example.


      Take the movie 300. Let’s say you said, “I hate 300 because there’s an hour-long sex scene in the middle and I hate hour long sex scenes”. That would be a wrong reason to dislike it because…there isn’t one. You can dislike 300 and you can have that person standard about sex scenes but you can’t apply that standard here to say it’s bad because it doesn’t apply. Likewise, if you said “I love 300 because I love any movie with Romans in it!” That would be a wrong reason to like the movie. You can like 300 and you can have that standard but you can’t like 300 for that standard because it simply isn’t in there.


      Sounds like crazy exaggerations no one would ever make? Well let’s consider where it gets blurrier, Double-Standards. If you say, “I hate violence, if a movie has violence in it, I will hate it, therefore I hate the DCEU.” Then I wouldn’t have your personal standards but that does follow logically and so makes sense. But if you then say you love other movies with violence in them, then you are being a hypocrite. And while that’s greyer, I would still say then you are objectively wrong on one of the two because you are applying the standards inconsistently.


      So by personal standards you can like or dislike anything you want but I do think there can be right and wrong reasons for it.


      Artistic Standards:

      There is a blurry border between Personal and Artistic Standards. I don’t have much I would say that is high on the former but low on the later, something that I like but don’t think is very good (a guilty pleasure). If I like something then usually I also think it’s of good quality and can defend that position via arguments. I don’t have much that is the inverse, something I think is technically good but that I personally don’t like. I don’t say this as some statement of nobility, it’s just the way my brain works and that others have less of an association between personal and artistic standards is simply a greater degree of cognitive disassociation then I have.


      How to justify something via artistic merits is an endless complex debate with ideas such as characters, plots, aesthetic, moods, themes, symbols all inter-woven in a grand pattern. But to do in a simplistic way we can see that each work is part of “genre” which defines the central appeal of a story and that everything in a story is either:


      The Primary Appeal: The actual part concerning the appeal of the story


      The Secondary Appeal: The part which is not part of the appeal of the story meant to enhance the primary appeal in some way


      I think Horror is the best illustration of this concept. In Horror the appeal is in fear, since Horror fans, by the very nature of the word “Horror” like to experience fear. Hence the Primary Appeal in a Horror Movie is the parts that are scary, and the rest of the story used to buildup character and world and tension are part of the Secondary Appeal meant to enhance the primary appear where it appears.


      The DCEU Films are Superhero films. The Superhero Elements are the Primary Appeal and the Secondary Appeal are the Mundane Elements used to enhanced the Superhero Elements, and from this starting point I can assess these films from as close as possibly to an objective artistic standpoint, by measuring the film’s objective within the superhero genre and how effectively it delivers on that objective.


      The only form of assessment outside of how well a series pursues its goal is how worthy that goal is to be pursued but that cannot truly be assessed in any form of quasi-objective way and will again revert to Personal Standards.


      Adaptational Standards:

      I mentioned that two of the standards are universal, and one was not but does apply to the DCEU anyway. This is the standard of adaptation where a work can be judged based on how well it adapts it’s source material. This is obviously not possibly in original stories but it is in the DCEU 


      Important to note however is that the DCEU films are not strictly speaking traditional “adaptations”.


      Watchmen is a film adaptation of the Watchman comic series. The DCEU films are not strictly speaking adapting any one comic or comic arc, though they may take inspiration from. It’s more like, as befitting the brand, it is a parallel universe akin to the DC Elseworlds series. This is very important because I regularly see people judge the DCEU as if it was the comics with the same characterization.


      Now while I contend that the DCEU is actually really good here as well. I also have to say I think Adaptational Standards are the least important one of these three. Making a perfect adaptation of a terrible story and your story will be terrible and no one will like it. Conversely if you adapt things heavily you can create a story at least some people will like. Let me use an example:


      Dante’s Inferno the Video Game is an adaptation of the Inferno by Dante Alighieri. It is bad an adaptation as you could possibly imagine, actively going against the source material’s themes in every way it can. While the original poem portrays Dante as a complete everyman who’s is uplifted indicating at the power resting in all peoples to choose their own destiny and create the world they want to see, the game has Dante be a freak of nature so twisted that what happens to him is miraculous and impossible to apply to anyone else. While the poem shows such sorrow and anguish at the people tormented in hell with the poet crying and fainting at the horror befallen on his fellow man, the game turns the people in hell into monstrosities to be destroyed without sympathy.


      BUT, if you judge Dante’s Inferno the game by it’s own merits it has a reasonably compelling plot, and solid gameplay mechanics even if they are basically ripped from God of War.

      Conversely if you took something that is heavily invested in the tropes of one medium and then tried to adapt it, especially faithfully into another medium you can reach bone-numbing results.

      Imagine for a second someone tries to make a movie about The Stanley Parable or Undertale. 


      That would be utterly stupid because the point of both of those games is about how the players have some level of input.


      Even an adaptation should be more focused on being a good story in and of itself, rather then being an adaptation first. Though I contend the DCEU is high on all 3 standards









      I will be explaining my reason for each DCEU movie so far besides WW. I can not force you to change your mind. All I can do is ask you to try and keep an open mind to what I am gonna say. 

    • Every Magical Girl Anime/Manga Franchise

      4 weeks ago

      Imperator100

      Might update with non Anime/Manga ones at some later point but I just wanted to share this. The complete list of MG Anime/Manga. There is 155.


      6 <3 Princess

      Akahori Gedou Hour Rabuge: Zettai Seigi Love Pheromone

      Akazukin Chacha

      Alice 19th

      Angel Blade

      Anyamaru Tantei Kiruminzuu

      Ask Dr. Rin

      Beat Angel Escalayer

      Black Bullet Special

      Butt Attack Punisher Girl Gautaman

      Cardcaptor Sakura

      Corrector Yui

      Cosmic Baton Girl Comet-san

      Cosprayers

      Cyberteam in Akhibara

      Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE!

      Cutey Honey

      D4 Princess

      Dai Mahou Touge

      Daybreak Illusion

      Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z

      Devil Angel Djibril

      Devil Hunter Yohko

      Dream Hunter Rem

      Earth Maiden Arjuna

      Esper Mami

      Fantasista Doll

      Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya

      Flip Flappers

      Flower Witch Mary Bell

      Flowering Heart

      Full Moon wo Sagashite

      Fushigiboshi no Futagohime

      Galaxy Fraulein Yuna

      Genmu Senki Leda

      Getsumen To Heiki Mina

      Haiyore! Nyaruko-san: Yasashii Teki no Shitome-kata

      Hana no Ko lunlun

      Harbor Light Monogatari

      Hime-chan no Ribbon

      Hime-chan! Otogi Chikku Idol Lilpri

      Himitsu no Akko-chan

      Houkago no Pleiades

      Hyperspeed Grandoll

      Idol Fighter Su-Chi-Pi

      Jewelpet Kira Deco!

      Kaito Tenshi Twin Angels

      Kagihime Monogatari - Eikyuu Alice Rondo

      Kamichama Karin

      Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne

      Kampfer

      Kigurumi Sentai Kiltean

      Kigurrumikku V3

      Kill la Kill

      Kore wa desu Zombie Ka

      Kuromajo-san ga Tooru!!

      Licca-Chan

      Lingerie Senshi Papillion Rose

      Magic Knight Rayearth

      Magic Woman M

      Magica Wars

      Magical Angel Creamy Mami

      Magical Angel Sweet Mint

      Magical Canan

      Magical Fairy Persia

      Magical Girl Labalel

      Magical Girl Pretty Sammy

      Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha

      Magical Girl Raising Project

      Magical Kanan

      Magical Moe

      Magical Pâtissier Kosaki-chan

      Magical Play

      Magical Stage Fancy Lala

      Magical Star Magical Emi

      Magical Suite Prism Nana

      Mahou no Idol Pastel Yumi

      Mahou no Mako-chan

      Mahou no Rouge Lipstick

      Mahou Shounen Majorian

      Mahou Shoujo Ai

      Mahou Shoujo Erena

      Mahou Shoujo Isuka

      Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magicka

      Mahou Shoujo Nante Mouiidesukara.

      Mahou Shoujo Taisen

      Mahou Tsukai Chappy

      Mai-Hime

      Maji de Otaku na English! Ribbon-chan: Eigo de Tatakau Mahou Shoujo

      Majokko Meg-chan

      Majokko Tickle

      Makeruna Makendo

      Mao-chan

      Marine-a-Go-Go

      Marvelous Melmo

      Matoi the Sacred Slayer

      Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch

      Mink

      Minky Momo

      Miracle Girls

      Miracle Shoujo Limit-chan

      Moegaku 5

      Moetan

      Nami SOS

      Nanatsuiro Drops

      Naria Girls

      Nurse Angel Ririka SOS

      Nurse Witch Komugi

      Ojamajo Doremi

      Okusama wa Mahou Shoujo

      Onegai My Melody

      Ota x Maho

      Otogi-Jushi Akazukin TV

      Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt

      Petite Princess Pucie

      Pinky Street

      Pixie Pop

      Pretear

      Pretty Cure

      Princess Comet

      Princess Tutu

      Prism Magical! Prism Generations

      Puni Puni Poemy

      Ramen Angel Pretty Menma

      Revolutionary Girl Utena

      Ryuusei Tenshi Primaveil

      Sailor Moon

      Sailor Warrior Akko

      Saint October

      Saint Tail

      Sally the Witch

      Sarutobi Ecchan

      Sasami: Magical Girls Club

      School Days: Magical Heart Kokoro-chan

      Sex Demon Queen

      Sex Warrior Pudding

      Shamanic Princess

      Shugo Chara

      Six Hearts Princess

      Star Jewel

      Sugar Sugar Rune

      Sweet Knights

      Sweet Valerian

      Symphogear

      Tonde Buurin

      Tokyo Mew Mew

      T.P. Sakura

      Ultimate Girls

      Umi Monogatari

      Venus 5

      Vivid Strike!

      Wedding Peach

      Yumeria

      Yuuki Yuuna is a hero

      Zettai Junpaku: Mahou Shoujo


      This list is for my own usage primarily but if it helps you in any way, glad to hear it

    • Weekly Questions 5/21/17

      1 month ago

      Imperator100

      Sorry this is a day late, was a bit preoccupied yesterday from the other thing.


      1: "Who is your favorite character originally from a fighting game?"


      Noel from BlazBlue 


      2: "who is your favorite bunny in fiction"


      Like an actual bunny or a character with the title of bunny? If the later it's my favorite character Sailor Moon. If the former then the Moon Rabbit from folklore who appears in several fictional universes.


      3: "what is your favorite moment in Samurai Jack"


      The end of "Jack Remembers the Past"


      4: "Out of any ships among your friends, which do you think has the most potential for canonicity and why?"


      Clearly it's gonna be HSL x GB because one's a natural uke and one's a nature seme


      5: "Similar to how people in the West have some of their cartoons turned into anime versions like Powerpuff Girls X or the Stitch anime, is the opposite done in Japan where some animes are turned into western cartoons?"


      Um...not that I know. Most adaptations of Anime in the west are turned into Hollywood Live-Action movies.


      6: "What's your favorite comic book story arc and why?"


      Honestly it's probably the current DC Rebirth story arc going on right now interwoven in a lot of the titles, because it feels like it's the most clear expression of what DC Stands for and what DC is doing today, with it's animation, it's live-action movies, it's games and it's comics focused on the same ideal of optimism about the human condition.


      I guess more classically it would be the All-Star Superman run, because it had so much of what makes good comics: it was divine and human at once, and was both accessible but also spoke to the mythology and legacy of the character.


      7: "If you had to choose a Death Battle contestant from one of each season who would they be and who would they fight?"


      Season 1: Wonder Woman vs. She-Thor

      Season 2: Tough one....Maybe Lex Luthor vs. Dr. Doom so the two can actually fight someone remotely on their level

      Season 3: Ganon vs. Castlevania Dracula. 

      Season 4: Scrooge McDuck vs. Eugene Krabs


      8: "Which meme describes you best?"


      Can I go retro and say Nyan Cat? 


      If you wanna ask something, my ask.fm


    • Character Analysis

      1 month ago

      Imperator100

      So I found that writing a personality section in my Death Analysis did not adequately cover everything I wanted to include about characters' personalities so I wrote extended introduction to the 5 characters I'm gonna be doing next both to prepare for them and to give a more in-depth idea of their character beforehand.


      Warning Potential Spoilers.


      Sailor Moon

      Cardcaptor Sakura

      Kratos

      Yugi Muto

      Zatanna


      They're of wildly varying lengths just because some character personalities are easier to describe quickly and some are harder depending on how much they embody or vary from a commonly understood archetype. 

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    I should warn you the miss dream translation is not good, but everyone uses it for this because it's super convenient.


    It introduces itself as that which never became a star, the Darkness which calls out to the Light, whose uniting shall be the end of it all. All Evil Beings and "Dark Stars" (clumsily translated) are merely aspects of him, emanating through time and space. He merged with the Galaxy Cauldron, the Universe's strongest star, which in itself is rather abstract being the source of all potentials.


    Sailor Moon is referencing Classical Greek Cosmology, where the two primordial opposites were Kaos, or Chaos, meaning Non-Existence, and Cosmos meaning The Universe, specifically The Universe as a well-structured ordered whole. Chaos is not part of the Cosmos, it is in fact the anti-Cosmos, the non-existence. 


    I should note two more things. Japanese does not have as much of a singular/plural distinction as English does. Most of the time when you see something like "star" or "galaxy" it could just as easily be translated to "the stars" or "the galaxies". What's actually used most of the time in the fifth arc of sailor moon is a term "Ama no Gawa", or "Heavenly River" which is a imprecise term used to indicate the precession of stars in the sky. 


    Another thing is the usage of Stars. In Sailor Moon Stars are used to mean literal stars and symbolically star seeds, an esoteric concept that relates essentially to abstract concept. Basically Star Seeds are the essence of something which develops every trait of the person. All things that bear life have a Star Seed and special star seeds are chosen to reach their full potential and become Sailor Crystals who uses are called sailor Senshi. Beings that have their star seeds stolen can be remade at will by the person who has them such as when Galaxia remade Usagi's friends to be loyal to her. Your star seed controls everything about you.


    Just as all Dark Stars are aspects of Chaos, so too are all Good things aspects of Cosmos, the Universe and it's star seed the Cosmos Crystal which is where Sailor Cosmos comes in