|Reviews for Dancing|
| anon chapter 1 . 10/3/2017
This is SCP-type horror, nearly. And every piece is great.
| Guest chapter 1 . 6/27/2016
So all lovecraftian horrors are dedicated martial artists :O
| Reymen chapter 1 . 5/11/2016
I really find work based on lovereaft facinating. Nice work
| Guest chapter 1 . 8/31/2015
Ranma carries fond childhood memories from back when I was just turning ten and just stepping into the world of anime; in those days Ranma, Yu yu hakusho and The Law of Ueki all were shown one after another sometime in the afternoon; I used to hog the TV all to myself for one and a half hours.
I am no longer a child however. I have seen hundreds of anime, read thousands of books and manga alike, dabbling into the world of fiction far and wide.
Never in my wildest dreams I could have ever imagined that I would see Ranma and Lovecraftian lore in the same page. I read the necronomicon when I was fourteen and cthulhu mythos is yet another series whose eldritch knowledge lurks within my brain.
Great work. You made my day.
| Kirosha chapter 1 . 8/31/2014
I agree with you, this is one of your best works. I'm in love with this.
| Twigon chapter 1 . 6/30/2013
I'll be honest, this didn't really frighten me. It wasn't... Scary, so much as a story of one man discovering there's something above him, and that one day, he'll join it. For Ryoga, I imagine his existence being devoured was probably the scariest, most painful moment of his... Well, he didn't have a life anymore. I wonder, did he feel the fear, the pain, all the way until the end, when he was nothing more than a primitive collection of decayed emotions and instincts? Or did he lose his emotions first? Truly, it is hard to tell which is more terrible; fearing all the way until the end, or losing fear first, and simply watching, feeling it happen?
It's true what they say; in some cases,
Ignorance is Bliss.
| irnzenmonk chapter 1 . 12/30/2012
very interesting ne
| Lord Sia chapter 1 . 10/22/2012
I love your craft.
| Karl Stahl chapter 1 . 6/20/2012
This is a very good story. While I don't associate Ranma with Lovecraftian horror, you managed to reproduce the tilted speech pattern of Howard P. quite well. Your description of the Old horrors was indeed chill-inducing.
There's only one slight criticism I'd like to offer: In my opinion the end - though slightly chilling - is too positiv. It's not clear to the reader that the frightening price for dancing among the stars with the Old One will be the utter loss of Ranma's sanity.
| Hammerchuckery chapter 1 . 3/26/2011
| Rune Tobor chapter 1 . 1/1/2011
Now we know how Ranma REALLY defeated Saffron...
It is a very good story, I think it should have 220 reviews not 22. And I read Lovecraft, all his works I could find in bookstores. Later I discovered Clarke Ashton Smithe, hope I spelled the name right, and the other writers in the Mythos.
I wish you could write of Ranma in the Dreamland that Lovecraft wrote of. Brian Lumley, (spelling?), wrote several books about it too.
Still its a good story.
| The Insanity556 chapter 1 . 10/4/2010
The only thing that needs to be said is that this is truly spine tingling and breath taking.
| Orchamus chapter 1 . 8/2/2010
| Jimm chapter 1 . 9/4/2009
Great to see your work posted here. I'd remembered the title and the idea of martial arts as dance, but I'd forgotten that this was a HPL style story.
Very well done, thanks for sharing this with us.
| ChibiChibo chapter 1 . 7/16/2008
I recall reading this every so often, and every time it brings a chill to my spine. You've done an amazing job of capturing the tone and feeling of the Lovecraft universe.