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About Nathalie

Lives and breathes writing. And Kuroo Tetsurou. That last one is important.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Eleven Tsuki Disbandment

As of today, 31 January 2017, Eleven Tsuki will officially disband.

I came to this decision after many long and drawn out discussions with Jane and a few other members. Most of us shared the same opinion and there were few conflicts, but it was decided – as editor-in-chief and main overseer of the website for the longest time, the final decision would rest on my shoulders.

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Comic Fiesta 2016: Day 1 & Day 2

Comic Fiesta is the biggest and most consistent event in the Malaysian ACG (animation, comics & gaming) community. Perhaps, because of that, it doesn’t even feel like the end of the year until another CF has come and gone. The event has been around since 2002 which makes this year its 14th year in operation.

This year, the event was held at PWTC which was far more widespread, if not bigger, than last year’s venue. This could only mean two things: (1) A larger area to check out, and (2) Sore, sore feet.

In fact, the sheer amount of standing, walking and waiting in lines was enough for many to give up attending Day 2 of the event. Not that it stopped Comic Fiesta from pulling in 45,000 visitors, keeping up with last year’s tally.

And it sure as hell didn’t stop us either. Here is a round-up of all the excitement that went on that weekend!

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Porter Robinson & Madeon’s Shelter Has A Sequel?!

It’s been months since the music video for Shelter came out, but that melody and story still hasn’t left me. A young girl named Rin left alone, comatose and floating through space, trapped inside a virtual world of her own creation for years and years and years…

They say it’s an eternal sleep, one that she will never wake up from – but what if there was proof that she would?

While I was looking through Reddit, I came across an interesting thread linking Shelter to one of Porter Robinson’s previous songs Sad Machine from his debut studio album Worlds. The song is a duet between a human and a robot telling the story of a girl who has “slept a hundred years” and “awakened again”. How suspicious…

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The Challenges That Artists Face (feat. Why The Heck Not)

We introduced you to Why The Heck Not two weeks ago. While asking him some questions for that post, he revealed some interesting insight into the challenges of being a new artist trying to enter the scene. Instead of jam-packing it into the previous post, I’ve decided to share that transcript with you here.

Firstly, the competition. It is the general rule of thumb to be supportive of all artists and all the styles and techniques and general aesthetics that come out of it (and of course, it is not without reason – we should always strive to support our fellow artist companions).

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6 Anime To Watch From Fall 2016

If you’ve been around the anime scene long enough, you’ll know that Fall and Winter have the best releases. And it makes perfect sense. The school year is finally over, students are going on break, and everyone has more time to watch more anime!

However, just because more series are being released doesn’t mean that all of them are good. Here’s a list of highlights from Fall 2016. (Everything else you can just ignore, lol.)

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Sara Is Missing – The Horror Game Made By Malaysians?!

“Sara Is Missing was made by Malaysians?!” – everyone exclaims in surprise. It’s not often you hear news about Malaysian game developers, but ever since this mobile-based horror game made its premiere among popular Youtube gamers, the entire community has been abuzz with news about it.

But what makes this game so special to begin with? We’re taking a closer look at it today.

Sara Is Missing, or SIM for short, is the first title game from Monsoon Lab, a team of young indie game developers. The games makes you the main character, who is in possession of a phone belonging to a missing person named Sara. The aim is to figure out where she went, what she did and how she disappeared, with only the information in her phone to help you along.

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Introducing Why The Heck Not

Note: Details at the end of the post about a very special project! 

Why The Heck Not may seem like an odd name for a person to give themselves, but in the case of this student cum aspiring artist, it sums up his foray into the world of arts perfectly.

We first worked with him on our fourth Question Time with Eleven Tsuki. His art style was both cartoon and dynamic, and dare I say, so was his person. Talking with him, one could easily tell the excitement he had for his interests and the passion he harboured towards furthering his craft.

Since we’ll be working him even more in the future, I think it’s a good time to let our readers get acquainted with him as well. Who is the person behind Why The Heck Not? Let’s find out!

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Touhou Music: Let’s talk about Yuuhei Satellite

Note: This post was contributed by Toori

In my last post, I talked briefly about Yuuhei Satellite and mentioned them being a huge circle. Therefore, I want to introduce to you Yuuhei Satellite in this post.

Yuuhei Satellite is circle which started back in year 2010 and had quickly grown into a huge circle this day, probably standing equal in popularity to Alstroemeria Records, a famous circle which have been around since year 2004.

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Movie Review: Kimi no Na wa. (Your Name.)

Note: Kimi no Na wa will be screening in select GSC theatres early December 2016! 

 

Studio: CoMix Wave Films
Genres: Drama, Supernatural, Romance
Length: 1 hour 46 minutes

 

Summary:
Mitsuha Miyamizu, a high school girl, yearns to live the life of a boy in the bustling city of Tokyo—a dream that stands in stark contrast to her present life in the countryside. Meanwhile in the city, Taki Tachibana lives a busy life as a high school student while juggling his part-time job and hopes for a future in architecture.

One day, Mitsuha awakens in a room that is not her own and suddenly finds herself living the dream life in Tokyo—but in Taki’s body! Elsewhere, Taki finds himself living Mitsuha’s life in the humble countryside. In pursuit of an answer to this strange phenomenon, they begin to search for one another.

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