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iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls - Producer is Best Girl

Note: Spoilers warning.

Yes, that’s right. Not Rin.

I don’t know why, but I seem to have an odd fascination for characters with difficulties trying to express themselves-which I think is the pivotal source behind my fascination of the tsundere archetype even after so long (Producer is obviously not a tsundere, but let me get back to that in a little while). 669 more words

Anime

Strong Female Characters: Ramona Flowers

For those of you that don’t know, Ramona Flowers is the main love interest in the cult movie, Scott Pilgrim vs the World. Based on a (supposedly much better) series of comic books, the film deals with the titular loser’s attempts to win the girl of his dreams by beating up all her exes. 2,098 more words

Books

What we can learn from Jordan Belfort

Jordan Belfort is the Wolf of Wall Steet. Meaning, a not so nice person. He steals from the poor to fill his heavy pockets for himself and his comrades. 976 more words

Analysis

Ross Geller: My problematic fave

Good old Ross, he’s one of the most hilarious and loveable characters on Friends, yet also manages to be the most irritating and problematic. This of course means he falls right into the problematic fave category. 623 more words

Feminism

Ami Kawashima from Toradora

I love Ami from Toradora, and I don’t mean in an “Oh em gee, she my waifu! So desu kawaii!” type of way. I’m saying this as I’m realizing that a character I found obnoxious and unlikeable for a long time is actually a major reason why… 842 more words

Anime

Strong Female Characters: Granny Weatherwax

HOLD UP A SECOND GUYS. Just so you know, there’s now a page where you can easily access all of my ‘Strong Female Characters’ posts and compare their scores. 1,505 more words

Books

A study of character

In English we are looking at analyzing characters.  A reader is required to infer in order to understand the charcters (and people in real life) using evidence from the character’s behaviour and the reader’s own schema (background experience). 260 more words

Comprehension Strategies