Is this chinese? Will the goverment trash it like they did to Their Story? The author still vasn't recovered from that yet...
Iirc the reason why Their Story was trashed was because it was supposed to be published as an actual comic book by a publisher. Online its pretty much free real estate in china unless it's some real hardcore shit
The choice of a southern US accent has never made sense to me. Kansai dialect is noticeably faster than others, but southerners talk slower than northerners in the US. The single reasoning I've ever heard is that both Kansai and southern dialects are the second most plentiful as far as the number of people who use them (this was years ago, so those numbers could very well be off now). It would make more sense (to me at least) to use a dialect that replicates the feeling of Kansai, rather than the number of people using it. Something like a Boston accent or New York accent would more accurately convey the fast-paced, pronunciation-bending feel. Being able to consistently convey that through only text would be another matter, though.
The choice boils down to their similarities in the place of origin. Kansai is usually describe as more rural and suburban than tokyo, to the point that whenever farms are mentioned in anime or manga, it is almost always in Kansai/Osaka, similar to how farming is a lot more prominent in southern U.S. While semantically it would sound closer to other accents, the vibe it would give off would be quite different.
MVP Hiiragi! And lmaoo Yatsude, I think she's been the straight man to so much casual crazy by these two that she had to stop believing that they have a more complex personality than what's overtly shown, for the sake of her sanity.
Thanks Throbelisk. Dang I mixed the twins up @e@
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The longer this series go on, the more I feel like it's some big puzzle that's impossible to solve. Like, it's been absurd from the start, but it keeps adding layers to its absurdity and giving it a sense of internal logic.
That's true! I noticed it as well. I've been trying to tie up common themes into perhaps understanding even just a bit of it. But rn I'm still all over the place (plus naming the interactions would definitely change the feel of the story)
Dang, shiho's backstory is really, REALLY well presented. Overbearing family relations can really grate on you, even if they're not as upfront like in Shiho's case. Physical distance would be the best, otherwise compromise and slowly(with lots of trial and error, and looots of breakdowns from both sides and an external support web) building back relationships would be the way to go.