「Loop」 by Koji Suzuki (Ring Trilogy): The Conclusion That Doesn’t Feel Like One

Loop by Koji Suzuki (鈴木 光司 / Suzuki Kōji) is the concluding novel in the bestselling Ring trilogy. It was first published in Japan in 1998 as Rūpu (ループ), and then translated into English by Glynne Walley who also translated the first two books Ring & Spiral.

Check out my previous posts on the first two books in this trilogy:
 “「Ring」 by Koji Suzuki: The Book Which Spawned the Film That Terrorized My Childhood Nights”
“「Spiral」 by Koji Suzuki (Ring Trilogy): Combining Science & Paranormal”

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Loop by Koji Suzuki, Translated by Glynne Walley

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DGS 28 Recap: Welcome Nakamura Yuuichi, (You Popular Bastard)!

Dear Girl ~Stories~ Episode 28 Recap & Selected Translations
by Arria Cross

< Episode 27 | Episode 29 >
Episode Guide

Ep. 28 Title: あ、もうスタジオが油くさいっすわ、神谷さん (A, mou sutajio ga abura kusaissu wa, Kamiya-san / Ah, the studio already stinks of oil, Kamiya-san)

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Pre-order Adorable Yuri!!! on ICE Plushies!

Hello, fellow Icer! Since this month marks the one year anniversary since Yuri!!! on ICE anime aired, it’s a given that I would want to feature it again here on Fujinsei. It’s also not surprising that the merch business of the series is stronger than ever. I’m sure that some of you have been seeing these cutey-patootie plushies on Twitter, Instagram, etc. so rejoice because they’re now available for pre-order! Yay yay!

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Yuri on Ice x Sanrio Characters Puchinui (Petite Plushie) Mascot Box
Release Date: January 2018

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He’s No Dreamer, The Lost Boy in “Silver Spoon”

Hello! Otaku Warriors for Liberty & Self-Respect (OWLS) are now on our 10th blog tour. This month, we are discussing the topic “Dreamers”. If you haven’t done so yet, please check out Takuto’s tour post “Death Parade: That’s Just the Name of the Game” on his Anime Cafe.


“Dreamers” October Blog Tour

What happens to a dream deferred?
Does it dry up
Like a raisin in the sun?
Or fester like a sore–
And then run?
Does it stink like rotten meat?
Or crust and sugar over–
like a syrupy sweet?
Maybe it just sags
like a heavy load.
Or does it explode?”
-Langston Hughes

Due to recent events that happened in September, this month’s OWLS topic will be on “Dreamers.” Every individual has a goal or ambition that they devote their whole life to with passion and courage—whether it’s landing your dream job, traveling, or finding the love of your life. However, there are those who spent their whole life working towards a dream but it was cut short due to an unexpected occurrence. Those people are left only to dream and wonder about the possibility.

This month’s topic will be dedicated to these characters in pop culture entertainment. We are not going to focus on the individuals that achieved their aspirations but instead, we will focus on characters that weren’t able to. We will explore what happens to characters who had their wings forcefully cut off as well as those who gave up before they even started their journey. We will also discuss what it means for “a dream to be deferred.”

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My Younger Sister is a Future Cosplayer?

Hi! My younger sister is making me so happy as an anime fan lately. Some months ago, I forced my dad to watch Attack on Titan with me. Then my sister crawled out of her cave—I mean bedroom—and started watching with us. And when I told her that the second season already finished airing all the episodes, she didn’t even let me finish speaking and told me, “I already watched it.” I felt so happy and so proud of her that I almost cried.

Just before school started, she knocked on my bedroom door and showed me an Attack on Titan Survey Corps jacket listed on Amazon. “Ate, I want this for my Halloween costume. Can you buy it for me, please?” I was so surprised, but immediately felt excited. I whipped out my credit card and ordered it for her on the spot. I even offered to buy her the Survey Corps cloak, but she was being considerate and told me that she only wanted the jacket. I almost felt disappointed. I called out my cousin, and I think the two of us were more excited than my younger sister. Mid-September, our order arrived and I forced my sister to try it on immediately.

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