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#26 | Back to Top12-12-2006 11:16:25 PM

ShatteredMirror
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Re: Romeo et Juliet

Oh my, it's GiovannaYakof Smirnoff-Ohtori. Heaven help the world.


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#27 | Back to Top12-13-2006 12:12:16 PM

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Re: Romeo et Juliet

Titus Andronicus is more fun to me but this anime looks really, really pretty emot-biggrin


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#28 | Back to Top12-13-2006 12:37:54 PM

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Re: Romeo et Juliet

Sup Titus Andronicus-loving buddy!

I catch so much flack for liking that play. Apparently it's Shakespeare's worst according to lit majors. emot-frown


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#29 | Back to Top12-13-2006 12:53:09 PM

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Re: Romeo et Juliet

Giovanna wrote:

Sup Titus Andronicus-loving buddy!

I catch so much flack for liking that play. Apparently it's Shakespeare's worst according to lit majors. emot-frown

Yeah, but Shakespeare's worst is everyone else's best emot-biggrin

Personally, I think his worst is The Comedy of Errors.


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#30 | Back to Top12-13-2006 01:26:44 PM

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Re: Romeo et Juliet

Epi_lepsia wrote:

http://www.romejuli.jp/g_move640.html

AHAHAHAHA.

We'll see!

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#31 | Back to Top12-13-2006 05:06:39 PM

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From: Virginia the Great
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Re: Romeo et Juliet

Hinotori wrote:

They were hormone driven kids.

Ack! That reminds me of the seventies (Or was it sixties) version of Romeo and Juliet, you know the one, with the sex scene and the big ass and nipple visions.


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#32 | Back to Top12-14-2006 01:02:04 AM

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Re: Romeo et Juliet

Giovanna wrote:

Apparently it's Shakespeare's worst according to lit majors.

From what I heard, it was Shakespeare himself that claimed that R&J was his worse work.

I have also heard that many famous artists in various fields complain that what they consider their best work gets ignored while stuff they tossed together ends up becoming popular which annoys them no end.


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#33 | Back to Top12-15-2006 12:09:42 AM

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Re: Romeo et Juliet

Giovanna wrote:

Sup Titus Andronicus-loving buddy!

I catch so much flack for liking that play. Apparently it's Shakespeare's worst according to lit majors. emot-frown

Who cares!!! Is so damn funny to me!!!emot-biggrin (I'm sure it can be considered the granny of gore emot-dance)
It may be terrible acording to the rules of literature but isn't writtings suposed to be enjoyabl


Tamago wrote:

From what I heard, it was Shakespeare himself that claimed that R&J was his worse work.

I have also heard that many famous artists in various fields complain that what they consider their best work gets ignored while stuff they tossed together ends up becoming popular which annoys them no end.[/b]

I'm sure it must be frustating for those persons. lGo nagai also complained about that, he never got why Devilman in which he inverted lot of time and effort was eclipsed by Mazinger which he wrote only for relieving tensions. It may not be the brightest example but the first I could remember xp


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#34 | Back to Top12-15-2006 08:17:24 AM

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Re: Romeo et Juliet

Romanticide wrote:

Who cares!!! Is so damn funny to me!!!emot-biggrin (I'm sure it can be considered the granny of gore emot-dance)
It may be terrible acording to the rules of literature but isn't writtings suposed to be enjoyabl

Yay! Let's wallow in excessive violence together.

Seriously, I love all that hand chopping and hewing limbs and rape. Ah, Rome. Makes me wanna throw a toga party.

(How come I've never seen fanart of Touga in toga? Isn't this kinda obvious to the point of obligatory?)


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