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Mirth Alia ([personal profile] mirthalia) wrote on August 22nd, 2011 at 03:53 pm
Adventures in manga time! Cuvie's "Dorothea".
I'm borrowing a page from Chira's book for this review, because I can't think of any other way to appropriately display my glee.

THE SERIES:

The cover of Dorothea vol. 1, by Cuvie. Features white-haired, red-eyed Dorothea dressed in chainmail and (very short) armour and wielding a sword in front of a background of flame.The cover of Dorothea vol. 3, by Cuvie. Dorothea looking horrified with one hand in front of her face and her sword held in front in a defensive position, in front of a background of church colonnades.



MY EXPECTATIONS:

Art of Pegasus from FATE/Stay Night done in purples and white on a black background, wearing a dress with a miniskirt and a pushup bodice, blindfolded, and whipping around a giant spiked chain. Also striking a stripper pose.


WHAT I GOT:

A promotional image from one of the performances of The Crucible, featuring an overhead shot of a bunch of fingers pointing accusingly at a woman dressed in conservative 1600s clothing, sitting in a chair, gripping the arm rests with all of her strength and looking beseechingly upwards.


MY REACTION:

An animated GIF of Barney from How I Met Your Mother raising his hand, with the caption 'I request the highest of fives'.



I have a more detailed summary that I'll hopefully have the chance to add later, but for now I just wanted to get this out there.

Click the manga covers to read the few chapters MangaFox has up!
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