Voice Actress Inoue Nana and Voice Actor Mitsuhiro Ichiki getting married.
Congratulations to them. That's nice.
Gotta update my list of inter-industry marriages again. I only found out the other day that Minami Takayama, Conan's seiyuu, was briefly married to the Conan mangaka.
>in the past few years
I think that's why. Give it time. Work probably keeps them too busy for it too.
I thought Rie Tanaka had popped one out, but now that I say that I can't find a source for it anywhere. She is taking drastically fewer anime roles lately, though. I hope Yamadera isn't trying to make her into a housewife, or she'll get fed up with it and walk out on him like Mika Kanai did.
Inoue Nana voiced best Mujaki
Would you an old hag?
They are shit though.
It surprised the hell out of me but it was an aha moment. I always kind of wondered separately what kind of scenario they would get into a relationship in and it fits perfectly. Inoue has been really close to a couple of Ichiki's agency juniors so it's really easy to picture the way they'd get along together and they have pretty compatible ages and level of otaku obsession. Plus they're both low key enough.
The only weird thing is she has so many close relations to Mausu Promotion seiyuu but doesn't work there.
Nana always seemed like a potential huge catch for a guy who wasn't put off by her otakui-ism, so while I'm happy for Ichiki it feels slightly sad for everyone else to have that off the market.
They're married. I don't think there's a stigma in Japan against married couples having sex. If anything, it's unmarried people having sex that's considered a scandal over there.
L-Literrally nobody's in the business.
Both starred in Magikano in 2006
9 YEARS AGO.
At least they'll fuck and make kids and talk about the good old days and how they were going to make it but kids got in the way.
>Japan is actually a normal country full of normal people.
Precisely. Even among otaku, the "vocal" ones are a small minority and everyone else, even fellow otaku, hate them.
So have there been any violent reactions from any otaku yet?
Is it me, or is anison rather hard to find in record stores? When I went there most stores were out of stock or didn't stock CDs of certain artists.
Not always. I got banned for posting a picture of a female seiyuu in a thread where a guy kept saying over and over again that 3d girls were NEVER allowed on /a/. I said the same thing you did and posted the picture. I got banned for 3 days.
To be fair...maybe...I think the guy who was yelling and making a big issue was also a regular 4chan IRC person and went over there to make life miserable for the mods with his crying and whining...so they just appeased him. But 3 day? I was ticked.
Well, actually it directed by Mamoru Oshii (Patlabor the next generation).
And I just asking opinion from /a/ about how they felt that Mamoru Oshii stop caring about GitS and the next GitS series will be utterly dog shit.
Sugita has been hooked on South Park.
I want to have a threesome with Taketatsu and Y.Aoi.
>it's unmarried people having sex that's considered a scandal over there
No, it really isn't. There isn't much of a stigma about sex in general, including sex out of wedlock. It's just trash TV shows and tabloids needing headlines and mouthbreathers who are butthurt that their 2.5D waifu getting married ruins their masturbatory fantasies who get their panties in a twist about this.
I've been to so many Japanese weddings where the bride was visibly pregnant, and people didn't even comment on it like they do in the West.
They have things that have mainstream appeal. Tower Records always has some stuff, but it's mainly brand new releases or big artists like Nana Mizuki or TMR. For more specialized stuff Animate or its equivalents are your best bet. Or just order them from Amazon.jp.
Professor Um. Only one of her roles I genuinely like. Her agent needs to get her a bigger variety of roles, because she does way too many milquetoast boring bitches with that exact same voice. It only worked in Psycho-Pass because it was such a striking contrast to her character's resolve and the atmosphere of the story in general.