Author has written 19 stories for Teen Titans, Avatar: Last Airbender, S.A, Harry Potter, Daa! Daa! Daa!, Ultra Maniac, Fruits Basket, and Fairy Tail.
Grade: Graduated from university! (Not saying which, but it's on the East Coast)
Languages: Korean, Japanese and English
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I like a LOT of pairings, but it's hard for me to write about a lot of them. Usually the couple I really like isn't the main couple of the anime or show. For example, I love YahiroxMegumi (from Special A), but they were only given an episode and a little bit, while the main story revolved around Kei and Hikari. I support the KeixHikari pairing (like, I think they belong together), but I don't have that special love for it, you know?
Same with Fairy Tail: I love Loke/LeoxAries, GrayxJuvia(xLyon hehe), GajeelxLevy, RomeoxWendy, and even though I support NatsuxLucy, I just don't like writing about them.
Anime I've seen (I've also seen all the specials/OVAs/movies pertaining to each anime):
- 07-Ghost (felt like a yaoi, but surprisingly good!)
- A-Channel (didn't feel like a yuri, but turned out it was??)
- Aishiteruze Baby (...will probably be hated for saying this, but it was pretty boring...)
- Akikan! (How did a STAR like Fukuyama Jun star in trash like this...?)
- Amnesia (for an anime remake of an otome game, it's surprisingly good. For an anime, it's shockingly bad.)
- Angel Beats! (...moving potatoes. Japanese people, you know what I'm talking about)
- Ao no Exorcist (would have been a lot more entertaining if the main character wasn't so blindingly stupid, risking other people's lives, and then claiming it was his style of fighting. Calm yourself, Rin.)
- Azumanga Daioh (ah, classic anime)
- Baby Love (one shot, and should stay that way)
- Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu (pretty funny, but it WILL get tiring eventually...)
- Boku wa Imouto ni Koi wo Suru (OVA, and it should have been even shorter. The drama version of this was a soft, quiet romance. I'm pretty sure this bordered on hentai).
- Bokura ga Ita (contains the STUPIDEST female lead I have ever watched)
- Cardcaptor Sakura (I love the EriolxTomoyo pairing, even though they... *sniffle* don't exist)
- Clannad (I hated everyone except for Tomoya, Ushio, Tomoyo, Sunohara, Mei, and Kotomi. I liked the routine between Akio and Sanae- Nagisa's parents- but good grief, they were stupid, after I found out about their "secret". Everyone else was painful to watch)
- Code:Breaker (cool and kickass, but I expected more romance...)
- Daa! Daa! Daa! (I love Ruu! He's adorable! And Kanata and Miyu make such excellent parents... *sneaky laugh*)
- ef: A Tale of Memories (I don't even... I didn't see why this was such a serious anime. It was like a psychological Clannad).
- Elfen Lied (Hopes were held too high for this one, but it was still pretty good- I thought the ending scene with the man and his daughter was heartbreaking).
- Fairy Tail (funny! I love so many characters in that show :D)
- Free! (I expected it to be all fanservice, but to my surprise, it was able to hold the normal story of friendship and swimming. Unfortunately, that ending made my jaw drop out of sheer outrage. Are you kidding me?? Some friendship...)
- Fruits Basket (the theme song was gorgeous. The actual show could use more work).
- Fushigi Yuugi (the old classic anime. The story itself was intriguing and masterfully created in my opinion).
- Gakuen Alice (for some reason, I really love reading and writing fanfiction for this series, but the anime itself wasn't actually that good...)
- Gantz (Awesome. Sexual. But awesome. I can't stop watching that scene in episode 6 when Kei defeats the bully who pulled out teeth).
- Good Morning Call (another one shot. ...what more can I say?)
- H2O: Footprints in the Sand (one of those that when you're watching, you think 'Well this is boring...', but at the end you think 'Hey, that was pretty good!')
- Hanamaru Youchien (cute, but by episode 8, you're just like "Please, end already!")
- Hanbun no Tsuki ga Noboru Sora (High hopes for this one, mainly because people said they cried upon watching it. I did not cry, and my hopes were sorely disappointed).
- Handsome Girl (I watch a lot of oneshots. This one was especially old)
- Hataraku Maou-sama! (The funniest thing about this show had to be the fake names "Sentucky Fried Chicken"; "MgRonald"... haha)
- Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko (that opening is the cutest thing I've ever seen. Like, the show is funny and cute and all, blah blah, but that opening... so cute!)
- Hetalia Axis Powers (...*deep breath* well... what can I really say about this show?)
- Higashi no Eden (Serious, and I liked it, but the ending was disappointing. However, that opening was GORGEOUS. I became an Oasis fan because of that).
- Higurashi no Naku Koro ni (Scary. ...what else is there really to say about it?)
- Hime-chan no Ribbon (Ah, back during SMAP's good old days when no one knew who they were)
- Himitsu: Top Secret - The Revelation (It would have been a lot cooler if I hadn't the guessed the ending to every episode correctly. Like, it was so easy).
- Hiyokoi (I hear they're making a real anime for it soon!)
- Houkago no Pleiades (I heard it was beautiful and cute. It was neither).
- Itazura na Kiss (typical shoujo romance, but I was disturbed by the fact that Kotoko, the main female lead was clearly being verbally and mentally abused by her husband and his brother, and yet was still in love with him. That is not safe, young lady).
- Junjou Romantica (I need to know what yaoi is like!! It was... surprisingly okay).
- Kaichou wa Maid-sama! (Very funny :) I wish the group that appeared in the show, UxMishi, was a real group. Their songs were very catchy!)
- Kaitou Saint Tail (very cute! I like the romance between Meimi and Asuka Jr. Classic)
- Kamichama Karin ("Meganekko!" and thus started my love for the "glasses-wearers" of anime)
- Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne (surprisingly, I disliked almost every song in this anime, but the romance was very similar to the stories I write: Hurt/Comfort usually caused by the male, who has to ask the female for forgiveness).
- Kimi ni Todoke (super cute! I loved the characters; Kazehaya-kun was just too cool. But by Season 2, it was like "Please... Please... QUIT MISUNDERSTANDING, AND JUST GET TOGETHER. GEEZ!")
- Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate (the sexual innuendo wasn't really necessary. At first it was fanservice, but then it started feeling a little too desperate. Also, that girl who he ends up with has a serious mental problem).
- Kuroshitsuji (I decided to see what all the hype was about. It was... a good anime. Not bad. Not fabulous. Just good.)
- Kyou, Koi wo Hajimemasu (Uh... why was Namikawa Daisuke voice acting in this horribly random OVA?)
- Lovely Complex (the Osaka accents are just too great haha! And Tegomass sounded really nice for the OST).
- Mayo Chiki! (very typical story; girl pretends to be male, but again... the sexual innuendo started off as fanservice and grew to be too much).
- Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch (...a tip: don't watch it.)
- Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo? (Would have been a lot better if they put some more thought into it. It's cool they have psychic powers and all, but delve into that, please. Why do they have them? Why do they want to stay together here in this strange world?)
- Naruto (of course, still in the middle of Shippuden.)
- Natsuiro no Sunadokei (It was an OVA and it was... surprisingly okay!)
- Nyan Koi! (One of those animes where you really don't want to keep watching past Episode 1, but do it to get the torture over with).
- Onegai My Melody (...what? I'm a My Melo fan, okay?! She's cute!)
- Ouran Koukou Host Club (hilarious. JUST HILARIOUS. I highly recommend to anyone who wants a good comedy.)
- Persona 4 The Animation (...I figured out who the bad guy was before the end, so... it wasn't all that shocking or fun or anything.)
- Pretear (it started off with a Snow White story... it's like Snow White mixed with Sailor Moon. I feel like the people creating it forgot halfway through that this was a Snow White parody they were trying to pull off).
- Rec (What can I say? It's a nice, simple anime. Frankly, I feel like out of most anime romances, this one is the most realistic and normal. Well, okay, obviously not the house burning down, but the fact that the guy is a normal guy and the girl is a normal girl, and they get together because they're interested in each other, not from undying love).
- Sailor Moon (I watched all of it at once in high school. When you look at it realistically, it's pretty horrible; this 14 year old and 20 year old getting together because their past lives were lovers, and there are hearts EVERYWHERE. In her pose, in her transformation, in her weapons, in her winks... hearts. Hearts. Hearts.)
- Sekai Ichi Hatsukoi (Hey, it was an extension of Junjou Romantica, so I had to watch it! It was... *shrug* pretty much like Junjou Romantica).
- Shakugan no Shana (Another anime where the first scene grips you, but by episode 3, you look at despair at all the connecting animes and force yourself to sit through all of the Specials, sequels, OVAs, parodies...)
- Shingeki no Kyojin (ah, the talk of 2013. Frankly speaking, I feel like it's overhyped. The opening themes are absolutely amazing, but the story itself... what are you doing, Eren Jaeger?!)
- Shinrei Tantei Yakumo (Psychic Detective Yakumo was kind of cool, but at the same time, it was like, you didn't use logic to solve that puzzle, you just asked the dead guy).
- SKET Dance (My absolute favorite anime! Highly recommend! I don't write fanfiction for it, because there is nothing in that universe I would change. It was funny, sad, smart, awesome, and just plain all around perfect).
- Skip Beat! (I hear the manga was better, and thank goodness, because this anime was sadly underfinished).
- Soul Eater (One of those anime that you don't realize until episode 50 just how fast it's gone by).
- Special A (I honestly didn't love this anime that much, but Yahiro and Megumi are my ideal couple: the tall, handsome, cool villain, and the sweet, innocent, small maiden. And in high school! Ah, young love).
- Spiral: Suiri no Kizuna (another one of those that I heard the manga was much better, which is good, since this anime didn't explain, at all, what Blade Children were. I had to finally look it up in the end.)
- Starry Sky (if you haven't played the game, don't watch this anime. If you do without playing the game, you'll just think Tsukiko is some whore playing around with 13 boys, 3 of which are teachers. This anime was meant for the fans of the game; it's like a little side story for the path that you like.)
- Tantei Gakuen Q (this was an anime that truly impressed me. I couldn't figure out the ending at all, until they described it and I was like "Oh wow! How did I not notice that!" which was why I was surprised to hear the creator had also created "Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo". I actually didn't like Kindaichi all that much... also! The drama version of this had some really talented actors/actresses like Kamiki Ryuunosuke, Shida Mirai, and Yamada Ryousuke, and yet it was so awful).
- Toaru Majutsu no Index (the magic spells were cool. ...yeah, that's all I've got. The rest of it was sort of painful to watch.)
- Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun (The first episode kiss scene was actually quite romantic!! Well, in anime standards; in real life that would be dangerous, just grabbing the girl's entire front and kissing her. But after that, I grew tired of the girl's less than happy look on life).
- Ultra Maniac (you know how Bokura ga Ita had the stupidest female lead I've ever seen? Ultra Maniac takes second place, with Nina Saqurail. I actually preferred Maya; I don't know how an idiot like Nina got the prince, Yuta, and Tsujiai all to fall in love with her, which is explained in my story "Housemates".)
- UN-GO (a pretty good anime! Very 'other world' kind of story, although I didn't understand some scenes. Why was a teddy bear licking the guy's...? Yeah, if anyone watched it and knows why there is one random sexual scene in there, please let me know.)
- Upotte!! (anime is willing to humanize ANYTHING these days: countries, soda cans, animals... and this one is guns. Why bother... its just pretty much like Hetalia, except with girls, and younger).
- Uta Kata (The transformations were kind of cool, but the actual story was... like the story itself was interesting and fascinating, but the delivery could have been done much more interestingly.)
- Working!! (It was funny and cute, but not that funny and cute).
- Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge (...I'll be honest. I found none of those guys attractive whatsoever, and so the anime kind of lost its meaning to me).