These are scans from a couple of extra sheets in a Sailor Moon tracing paper booklet.
I edited them so that each main image is on one page and all the superfluous stuff is edited out.
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I have loved Lisa Kleypas' Wallflower series for years - since the first novels were published. Not surprisingly the 'wallflower' in the title lead me to them initially, but they are a fun series of historical or Victorian-era romance novels with fun characters, romance and humor. The basic premise of the series are four girls for various reasons (poor, american, shy) are considered unappealing as marriageable prospects and thus are left hugging the walls during social events, ie wallflowers. One evening they decided to help each other find suitable husbands by pooling their strengths to overcome their weaknesses.
And now they are in manga form... How did I not know about these before now!
So, my new favorite scanlator group Transient Mirage has them listed and already has release a few parts of book 1 Kabe no Hana: Hishoyaka na Shoka no Yoru - so far it looks to be a really well drawn and well adapted series. I can't wait til I get my copies of the mangas (ordered them yesterday :) and look forward to the scanlations too ^_^
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A Feast at Midnight
Recently watched this movie on netflix streaming site, another little movie I never heard of, but was glad I clicked to watch. A charming family movie aimed at kids, but not too silly that adults can't enjoy it.
Gawd, the movie cover on IMDB is awful! If that was the cover netflix used, I think I would have skipped even reading the review!! Just goes to show that advertizing can be misleading. Isn't this one better? --> Okay so the text is horrible, but the picture - much more representative of the movie.
A few things that drew me to watch the movie: