Author Topic: When and how did you become a No. 6 fan? :D  (Read 710 times)

Anilyan

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Re: When and how did you become a No. 6 fan? :D
« Reply #15 on: August 29, 2015, 08:23:12 am »
Last year, I found about No.6 thanks to blogger, someone made a little review that didn't say much, but I liked the anime poster where Nezumi and Shion were back to back, sorrounded by books. I didn't like yaoi that time, but I didn't hate it also, and somehow when I saw the poster I bet they were a couple or a least very close friends, and I couldn't help it but think "woah, they fit each other so well!". Don't know why >.< I began and watched all the anime in the same day, the final was good enough for me - not the explanations or the "bees thing", but the farewell sounded adequate, even if letting me in tears (and it's difficut to make me cry!). Of course I needed more.

I began to read the manga, then I discovered the final volumes weren't available online and I started panicking - I didn't know about the novels. After discover, I was more happy, however, not much because I wasn't confident enough to read a whole serie in english. I stopped a while after start reading. In the middle of this year, I started again and I'm still reading, but I know about lots of things that appear in the novel that don't appear neither in manga neither in anime. I already read Beyond. I'm just reading so slowly to make the pleasure last more ;)

I get my hands in the fourth final volumes of the manga IN THE BEGGINING OF THIS MONTH, and I was so happy I wanted to scream.  It was my first manga and probably I won't get anymore soon - because I don't want to make my family spend money with things I can find on the internet, and it's not that easy to find otaku stores here in Portugal. Finding mangas in portuguese? Impossible. I think they don't exist. [off topic] I love to live here, but I hate how Portugal is so closed for the rest of the world [/off topic]

I just concluded the mangas now, however, since last year I am always searching for new fanarts, fanfics, curiosities and stuff about Number six. Usually, I do it about all the series I finish, even books: a passion blooms suddendly... and falls suddendly too. I guess No.6 was different since the beginning, and more than a passion, it changed a lot the way I see the world. I'm happy about had seen the anime first, because the following time I felt my passion growing even more and it's a feeling I greatly appreciate :3
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