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Masakazu Morita report!

fuckallmaleseiyuu:

Hey all! Here is my report from meeting and seeing Masakazu Morita! I’ve decided to reblog this post to fuckallmaleseiyuu so you all can read how wonderful of a person he is!

Also, here are two pictures I sneaked from seeing him in the halls after the panel…

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And here is a picture of him at the autograph signing, along with what I got signed!

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Thanks for reading!

skyyma:

I’m making this report while I’m at the airport. I just have so many things to say about this man.

When I used to be obsessed with bleach, I watched all the Seiyuu events for it. I remember how Morita was so energetic and hilarious.

Even after I fell out of love for Bleach, I stayed in love with Morita. He’s done such great characters and he’s still so extremely talented. I’m now super obsessed with Tiger and Bunny and even own figures and multiple artbooks for it. He continues to impress me with each roll he does.

I remember watching videos of him at SakuraCon and was more impressed. So this made me super excited to see him live at anime expo.

His panel was…. Amazing. He continues to impress me. Morita is amazing to his fans. He’s lighthearted and down to earth as well as super energetic and has a great sense of humor.

The first question he received was about kendo and his experience in martial arts. He said he had been doing martial arts since he was 3 and I had no idea. He then did a kendo demonstration with a rukia cosplayers katana. He taught us how to properly hold a katana. I sure hope it shows up in the video the press took of him. Before he did the demonstration, he said the question was a great start to the panel. The next question he got was about his Seiyuu school for young adults. He told us that he was trying to keep it a secret and even people in Japan didn’t know this and he was shocked that we knew it. He went through a description about what the Seiyuu school entails for students and I was blown away by how responsible he seemed and am even more impressed with his teaching skills. Because the first two questions were super long, he was only able to answer two more. They had started the panel a half an hour late and did not extend it. I was in line to ask a question but was unable to.

At the end of the panel, he shouted bankai and it was so great. I was flooded with bleach memories from his previous Seiyuu events. We then all took a huge group photo with him and he put on a Barnaby jacket from a cosplayer. To this day I consider Barnaby Brooks Jr to be one of his best roles ever. He posted the picture on his twitter account.

At the end a raffle was held to get an autograph voucher. My friend won and she was so happy about actually winning something. She gave me her winning ticket because she knew I am a big fan of his. He was shaking hands at the end of the panel and my friend went up and shook his hand.

The next day I was 6th in line to get his autograph. Unfortunately the marker he used did not show up that well but you can still see it. He was once again so happy and energetic.

This was the best celebrity experience I have ever had. Oh also, outside of his panel he was in the hall signing things by a trash can. I took picture of him from afar. I felt bad and so I went up near him and asked in Japanese if I could take a picture with my fancy camera. His agents around him said no photographs and I felt super embarrassed. I will post the other picture once I get home so you can see him signing things in the hallway.

Last year I met Inoue Kazuhiko and I also had a great experience with him. He personally spoke to me and said my name. I then was able to give him a fan letter I typed up. However his panel was not good at all due to multiple bad questions from fans about a series he did 20 years ago and also a terrible translator. His signing day was great too. So so far I have met two Seiyuus that I love and have had great experiences with. This will definitely be remembered for the rest of my life.

I added some photos and reblogged this for a page that I mod at. reblogging for here too.

Masakazu Morita report!

I’m making this report while I’m at the airport. I just have so many things to say about this man.

When I used to be obsessed with bleach, I watched all the Seiyuu events for it. I remember how Morita was so energetic and hilarious.

Even after I fell out of love for Bleach, I stayed in love with Morita. He’s done such great characters and he’s still so extremely talented. I’m now super obsessed with Tiger and Bunny and even own figures and multiple artbooks for it. He continues to impress me with each roll he does.

I remember watching videos of him at SakuraCon and was more impressed. So this made me super excited to see him live at anime expo.

His panel was…. Amazing. He continues to impress me. Morita is amazing to his fans. He’s lighthearted and down to earth as well as super energetic and has a great sense of humor.

The first question he received was about kendo and his experience in martial arts. He said he had been doing martial arts since he was 3 and I had no idea. He then did a kendo demonstration with a rukia cosplayers katana. He taught us how to properly hold a katana. I sure hope it shows up in the video the press took of him. Before he did the demonstration, he said the question was a great start to the panel. The next question he got was about his Seiyuu school for young adults. He told us that he was trying to keep it a secret and even people in Japan didn’t know this and he was shocked that we knew it. He went through a description about what the Seiyuu school entails for students and I was blown away by how responsible he seemed and am even more impressed with his teaching skills. Because the first two questions were super long, he was only able to answer two more. They had started the panel a half an hour late and did not extend it. I was in line to ask a question but was unable to.

At the end of the panel, he shouted bankai and it was so great. I was flooded with bleach memories from his previous Seiyuu events. We then all took a huge group photo with him and he put on a Barnaby jacket from a cosplayer. To this day I consider Barnaby Brooks Jr to be one of his best roles ever. He posted the picture on his twitter account.

At the end a raffle was held to get an autograph voucher. My friend won and she was so happy about actually winning something. She gave me her winning ticket because she knew I am a big fan of his. He was shaking hands at the end of the panel and my friend went up and shook his hand.

The next day I was 6th in line to get his autograph. Unfortunately the marker he used did not show up that well but you can still see it. He was once again so happy and energetic.

This was the best celebrity experience I have ever had. Oh also, outside of his panel he was in the hall signing things by a trash can. I took picture of him from afar. I felt bad and so I went up near him and asked in Japanese if I could take a picture with my fancy camera. His agents around him said no photographs and I felt super embarrassed. I will post the other picture once I get home so you can see him signing things in the hallway.

Last year I met Inoue Kazuhiko and I also had a great experience with him. He personally spoke to me and said my name. I then was able to give him a fan letter I typed up. However his panel was not good at all due to multiple bad questions from fans about a series he did 20 years ago and also a terrible translator. His signing day was great too. So so far I have met two Seiyuus that I love and have had great experiences with. This will definitely be remembered for the rest of my life.

I was so close to asking Masakazu Morita a question today at his panel! I was like 10th in line but they cut off the line after just 5 questions. But! I won a voucher to get his autograph tomorrow! So I’ll definitely meet him tomorrow. He was so cool! Best Seiyuu panel ever. So many bleach memories too! I’m having him sign a tiger and bunny book tomorrow. Such a great panel besides the cutting off of questions. But two people did ask about Seiyuu related things so that made me happy. Oh man he did a kendo demonstration with a rukia cosplayers white katana and it was so cool. Hes so cool ugh.

(Source: ginrans)

jiidesu:

otaku-okaasan:

Best Gin cosplay!

I’m on here twice. c: 

Uh one of these Gins is not like the rest…..


Shinji Hirako - Bleach 

Shinji Hirako - Bleach 

(Source: picklashi)

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PS3/PS Vita「Jスターズ ビクトリーバーサス」第1弾PV

Please tell me you all have seen this already

If not here you go

NEW PS3/VITA GAME

jununy:

i kind of want to reread bleach for th e visored
is there even a bleach fandom on tumblr tho


The bleach fandom diminished after the story went to crap but I too want to reread just for the visoreds because they were the best part of the story and this picture is amazing!

jununy:

i kind of want to reread bleach for th e visored

is there even a bleach fandom on tumblr tho

The bleach fandom diminished after the story went to crap but I too want to reread just for the visoreds because they were the best part of the story and this picture is amazing!

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Here are my figures!

Ones are for sale are: (not including shipping)

Bonney from One Piece $5

Sanji Figure from One Piece $30 or $40

Enel’s ship from One Piece $5

Sado (Chad) from Bleach $5

Urahara Kisuke from Bleach $10

Hitsugaya Toshirou from Bleach $10

Those are the only ones I’m selling.

Thanks for watching!

pabudidit:

This isn’t a topic I bring up much, but I’d thought I’d chime in about the reaction people had to Orihime after the Hueco Mundo arc.  There were a lot of claims that she was “unrealistic” and should be suffering more emotionally instead of being fully recovered and happy.  And while it is true that PTSD is a reasonable thing to have after the abuse Orihime went through, fans are seeing Orihime after a year.  This is a year where she most likely had PTSD; a year where she started recovering; and a year to start training and becoming a happy badass who made a vow to heal any wound her friends may have no matter how grim the situation looks.
Given how Orihime said in the recent arc about how she would never allow someone hurt her or her friends again, I see a survivor.  I see someone who has gone through hell and back, had depression and insecurities because of the crippling abuse, and is now becoming her own person.  In this character and her arc, I saw a bit of myself.  And more importantly to me, I saw who I could become once I get out of my abusive environment.
Like Orihime, I’ve experienced sexual, emotional, and physical abuse.  It’s not pretty.  You feel helpless and caged.  So her reactions in Hueco Mundo were completely realistic to me.  When you are in an environment where you’re constantly walking on eggshells and where normalcy that could be seen as “healthy interaction” only happens 5% of the time, you feel trapped, anxious, and stressed.  You feel like you can’t reach out to people.  You feel like you would be burdening them if you told them everything you have gone through.  And even though you might be able to put on a smile in public and joke around, it’s because thinking back on the violence can be triggering and deeply uncomfortable to reflect on.
So seeing Orihime like this in the new arc, fully recovered and happy after all the abuse she went through a year ago.  Well, it was inspirational.  It gave me motivation to reach out to my friends and start planning to get out of my toxic environment.  A lot of people in fandom can relate to a character they read in a book or see in a show, and this is no different.  Orihime is important to me because her story was a reminder that it’s possible to be a fully happy functioning adult even after suffering so much abuse.
So I don’t really agree with the notion that Orihime is “weak” or that she “serves no purpose”.   For some of us she’s empowering.  I don’t expect people to start liking Orihime if they don’t, but I hope people can at least understand why this character has her own strengths and how she can be a positive role model for others in similar situations.

pabudidit:

This isn’t a topic I bring up much, but I’d thought I’d chime in about the reaction people had to Orihime after the Hueco Mundo arc.  There were a lot of claims that she was “unrealistic” and should be suffering more emotionally instead of being fully recovered and happy.  And while it is true that PTSD is a reasonable thing to have after the abuse Orihime went through, fans are seeing Orihime after a year.  This is a year where she most likely had PTSD; a year where she started recovering; and a year to start training and becoming a happy badass who made a vow to heal any wound her friends may have no matter how grim the situation looks.

Given how Orihime said in the recent arc about how she would never allow someone hurt her or her friends again, I see a survivor.  I see someone who has gone through hell and back, had depression and insecurities because of the crippling abuse, and is now becoming her own person.  In this character and her arc, I saw a bit of myself.  And more importantly to me, I saw who I could become once I get out of my abusive environment.

Like Orihime, I’ve experienced sexual, emotional, and physical abuse.  It’s not pretty.  You feel helpless and caged.  So her reactions in Hueco Mundo were completely realistic to me.  When you are in an environment where you’re constantly walking on eggshells and where normalcy that could be seen as “healthy interaction” only happens 5% of the time, you feel trapped, anxious, and stressed.  You feel like you can’t reach out to people.  You feel like you would be burdening them if you told them everything you have gone through.  And even though you might be able to put on a smile in public and joke around, it’s because thinking back on the violence can be triggering and deeply uncomfortable to reflect on.

So seeing Orihime like this in the new arc, fully recovered and happy after all the abuse she went through a year ago.  Well, it was inspirational.  It gave me motivation to reach out to my friends and start planning to get out of my toxic environment.  A lot of people in fandom can relate to a character they read in a book or see in a show, and this is no different.  Orihime is important to me because her story was a reminder that it’s possible to be a fully happy functioning adult even after suffering so much abuse.

So I don’t really agree with the notion that Orihime is “weak” or that she “serves no purpose”.   For some of us she’s empowering.  I don’t expect people to start liking Orihime if they don’t, but I hope people can at least understand why this character has her own strengths and how she can be a positive role model for others in similar situations.

Finally cleaned my desk and am finally setting up my figures now that I have room. I’m going to make a video later saying which ones are for sale and for how much. Want to sell ones that I don’t want haha.

Finally cleaned my desk and am finally setting up my figures now that I have room. I’m going to make a video later saying which ones are for sale and for how much. Want to sell ones that I don’t want haha.

BLEACH cosplay Hinamori Momo Shinigami Academy Uniform Size Large/Extra Large

PLEASE TAKE A LOOK I NEED TO SELL THIS

I SHIP INTERNATIONAL TOO

I NEED TO GET RID OF THIS

Forgot I had these in my wallet. Been in there for a while.

Forgot I had these in my wallet. Been in there for a while.

matsujuns:

bleach memeFavorite Zanpakutō/Shikai | Sakanade (1/who knows)

“This is Sakanade’s true ability. It inverts the opponent’s controls for up and down, left and right. Kinda like a power up in a multi-player Tetris game. Pretty neat, dont you think?”

shanna1003:

Shinji is such a dork. <3

shanna1003:

Shinji is such a dork. <3