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  • tomura prev. rimi
    horikoshi hasnt done a collection tour that i know of but he does have a few photos on his twitter of his collection consisting mainly of star wars, some spiderman and a few heroaca figures i know he has (very specifically an ochako prize figure)
    Vor 1 Monat
    CookieNelVor 1 Monat#98558547Takahashi really has made some amazing anime/manga. Also, she works very hard on her manga which takes a lot of hard work and dedication that most people, especially at her age, couldn’t keep up with. Inuyasha is my personal favorite work by her. Also, I’ve never seen or heard of either of those figures before (:
    Takahashi sensei is a legend and she has work her entire life creating such an amazing legacy for future anime/manga fans. I think she only makes hit series haha
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    Demigod_DanVor 1 Monat#98558472Not surprised at all, in fact you'd kinda need to be a person like that (connections wise) to be able to own rare items like that in the first place. Which is why I don't think it's that cool because other people also work damn hard yet will never even get the chance to own something like that (while they might be a bigger fan of special item of x character also). It kinda enters the brain like C. Ronaldo buying a 1 of a kind car; his 20th, while pocketing millions a month for kicking a ball / posting some instas / saying water is better than Cola. Hard work to get to the top sure, but being in a position like that there are a bit too many 'doors that open' imo.
    A position is also just that; 'right place, right time' matters a lot and it doesn't necessarily make that person unique, it just makes them adequate enough to fill that position and during that time they can pretty much just hold it without others getting a fair chance to challenge for that spot (so you could argue that if this person did not exist, someone else would've done what they did maybe a little worse, or a little better). Limited items for limited positions that cannot get challenged for the duration of the holder's existence if the holder of x limited position doesn't fuck up, basically.
    I think it greatly depends on some bias that you have for the person doing the room tour though, like if I were to see a room tour of 1 of my fav artists and I'd see stuff I can recognize / relate to then it'd register differently for sure. SO answer to poll = "depends" :P

    Is water better than cola though!?
    Vor 1 Monat
    Takahashi really has made some amazing anime/manga. Also, she works very hard on her manga which takes a lot of hard work and dedication that most people, especially at her age, couldn’t keep up with. Inuyasha is my personal favorite work by her. Also, I’ve never seen or heard of either of those figures before (:
    Vor 1 Monat
    Not surprised at all, in fact you'd kinda need to be a person like that (connections wise) to be able to own rare items like that in the first place. Which is why I don't think it's that cool because other people also work damn hard yet will never even get the chance to own something like that (while they might be a bigger fan of special item of x character also). It kinda enters the brain like C. Ronaldo buying a 1 of a kind car; his 20th, while pocketing millions a month for kicking a ball / posting some instas / saying water is better than Cola. Hard work to get to the top sure, but being in a position like that there are a bit too many 'doors that open' imo.

    A position is also just that; 'right place, right time' matters a lot and it doesn't necessarily make that person unique, it just makes them adequate enough to fill that position and during that time they can pretty much just hold it without others getting a fair chance to challenge for that spot (so you could argue that if this person did not exist, someone else would've done what they did maybe a little worse, or a little better). Limited items for limited positions that cannot get challenged for the duration of the holder's existence if the holder of x limited position doesn't fuck up, basically.

    I think it greatly depends on some bias that you have for the person doing the room tour though, like if I were to see a room tour of 1 of my fav artists and I'd see stuff I can recognize / relate to then it'd register differently for sure. SO answer to poll = "depends" :P
    Vor 1 Monat
    SebastianLoverVor 1 Monat#98558374I'm not surprised a mangaka would have figures/merch. To have that kind of devotion to put in the hours to be a serialized mangaka, you have to really, really love manga. I think someone posted here a while back about Araki from Jojo fame having various Jojo merch, or perhaps that was on reddit. I'd imagine most mangaka have merch/figures from their respective works either from promotional stuff or they just like it lol. What I'm most stoked about here is Takahashi also liking Detective Conan.XD I have a lot of respect for her honestly. She's a veteran mangaka and is still so prolific. Her plethora of manga hits is a testament to her talent and devotion.
    I was also very surprised and happy to learn that she like Detective Conan. And I can’t believe that Takahashi sensei is still up and running after so many years. Truly a mangaka legend.
    Vor 1 Monat
    This is incredible. Would love to see more from various authors!!
    Vor 1 Monat
    I'm not surprised a mangaka would have figures/merch. To have that kind of devotion to put in the hours to be a serialized mangaka, you have to really, really love manga. I think someone posted here a while back about Araki from Jojo fame having various Jojo merch, or perhaps that was on reddit. I'd imagine most mangaka have merch/figures from their respective works either from promotional stuff or they just like it lol. What I'm most stoked about here is Takahashi also liking Detective Conan.XD I have a lot of respect for her honestly. She's a veteran mangaka and is still so prolific. Her plethora of manga hits is a testament to her talent and devotion.
    Vor 1 Monat
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