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Bocaj Funny, but not helpful from Here Relationship Status: Pining for the fjords
Funny, but not helpful
Jan 21st 2012 at 7:14:12 PM

Creating a time duplicate was the best application of her powers that Homu ever learned. It let her double her pleasure and double her fun. Kyouko looks a little nonplussed though.

My original fictions and Essential Avengers liveblog
Jan 21st 2012 at 7:43:36 PM

Well it's photoshopped. Twas originally Madoka but somebody edited her to be Kyouko instead.

Bocaj Funny, but not helpful from Here Relationship Status: Pining for the fjords
Funny, but not helpful
Jan 21st 2012 at 7:48:33 PM

[up][up] Who would have thought that both Kyouko and Madoka would have the same hesitance towards a Homu three-way?

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GAP Formerly G.G. from Who Knows? Relationship Status: Hugging my pillow
Formerly G.G.
Jan 21st 2012 at 7:56:28 PM

You know that whole time clone is a good idea....now if only we can avoid paradoxes.

edited 21st Jan '12 7:56:49 PM by GAP

"This clam hides a beautiful pearl."
UltimateChimera from where there's no snow Relationship Status: Is that a kind of food?
Jan 22nd 2012 at 12:23:15 AM

Dengeki Playstation stuff should be out in the next couple of days, so we'll know whether or not Kyouko's witch form is in it or not soon. To be honest, though, I think they should have kept it all a secret and only drop some hints like they did earlier. The fanplosion would have been amusing.

DL from Behind Your Monitor
Jan 22nd 2012 at 12:33:18 AM

wild mass guess Kyouko's witch form will resemble an angry unicorn, surrounded by church imagery, and dropping apples everywhere. wild mass guess

Feel free to look around.
Jan 22nd 2012 at 1:31:32 AM

This is primarily the product of two other fandoms, but something relevant to this one and fairly epic happens about twelve seconds in

UltimateChimera from where there's no snow Relationship Status: Is that a kind of food?
Jan 22nd 2012 at 1:37:34 AM

I don't care for Touhou... but the other fandom included just made me ecstatically happy (of course).

There's not enough crossover in regular fandom, though. =I Only Yuri Giygas.

GAP Formerly G.G. from Who Knows? Relationship Status: Hugging my pillow
Formerly G.G.
Jan 22nd 2012 at 8:58:46 AM

Hmmm who designed Touhou Mother?

"This clam hides a beautiful pearl."
Nicktendonick kaleidoscope walker from A place, not B place
kaleidoscope walker
Jan 22nd 2012 at 9:24:03 AM

What a unusual enemy. His saying of contracts make me feel like I should sign one.

(did he actually have any attacks?)

And woo for Touhou Mother. One of those games on my "I gotta play this later" list.

Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.
SPDUDE48 Michael G.
Michael G.
Jan 23rd 2012 at 1:41:02 AM

Does anyone know when Dengeki Plastation will be out? I mean, if they showed Mami's Witch, there's no doubt they would show Kyouko's Witch. Now Homura's Witch . . . .

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UltimateChimera from where there's no snow Relationship Status: Is that a kind of food?
Jan 23rd 2012 at 1:48:20 AM

[up]Through bizarrely meticulous research, I discovered it comes out on the 26th. I'm still positive they'll never show Homura's. And I dunno, I'm having doubts it'll be in this issue... who knows.

It's a small slow news patch right now. I'm currently wondering if some 2ch anon will edit together voice clips from Rune Factory 4 when it comes out to make MadoHomu love scenes/confessions... Oh, the joys of easily exploited quotes. (Unless they have a Best Friends option, in which case ALL BETS ARE OFF)

edited 23rd Jan '12 2:30:18 AM by UltimateChimera

SPDUDE48 Michael G.
Michael G.
Jan 23rd 2012 at 2:03:24 AM

[up]What are your predictions on Kyouko?

edited 23rd Jan '12 2:03:32 AM by SPDUDE48

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UltimateChimera from where there's no snow Relationship Status: Is that a kind of food?
Jan 23rd 2012 at 2:25:45 AM

[up]Not thinking about it - surprises are better than crushed dreams~

Also, I ordered the BD. Yay! Americans stop complaining about the price I had to pay $11 more BUT IT'S WORTH IT D=

Jan 24th 2012 at 2:47:49 PM

Spoilers for Kazumi chapter 13, also known as The Chapter Where An Outlandish Theory From Way Back When The Story First Started Actually Turns Out To Be True (Much Like How People Guessed That Homura Was A Time Traveler, Like, Immediately After Episode 1 Somehow)

  • Here's the first three or so pages, featuring Satomi reading Saki's mind and also some very very spoilery dialogue if you can read Japanese.

  • Kazumi already became a witch around when the Pleiades saw Yuuri become one.
    • The current 'Kazumi' is the Pleiades' 13th attempt to revive the original one. The purification experiments they're carrying out in the Freezer are a stepping-stone toward this.
      • The mystery of the witch-hatted figures in Kazumi's flashbacks is solved: they're the clones that came before her. Pictured here.
        • The original Kazumi, whose memories Umika presumably gave to the clone in the previous chapters, was actually named Michiru Kazusa (和紗ミチル). 'Kazumi' can be read with the kanji for '13', and I think it also might've been her nickname when she was alive (as in Kazusa Michiru)?
          • The title, "Malefica Farce", refers to Kazumi essntially being a human shell with a witch's insides stuffed into it. (A farce is a kind of stuffing, as Myssa Rei pointed out one page ago.) This is why her Soul Gem looks like a Grief Seed.

  • Saki has some kind of teleportation ability. After Satomi mind-controls her into using it, her hair inexplicably becomes longer. I think.
    • Also at one point Satomi whips out this big cat-headed sword and Saki throws it at someone. (Pictured here, along with... um, someone from Jo Jo's Bizarre Adventure for comparison, I think. J-just ignore that bit.)
      • Also at some point Saki kicks Kaoru in the face like so.

edited 24th Jan '12 2:55:25 PM by Neuchadjinys

RhymeBeat Bird mom from Eastern Standard Relationship Status: In Lesbians with you
Bird mom
Jan 24th 2012 at 2:59:39 PM

Explains why they're talking about killing Kazumi. So how are they making these duplicates again?

The Crystal Caverns A bird's gotta sing.
Jan 24th 2012 at 3:06:35 PM

[up] I think I read that they're using bodies from the Freezer and having Nico reconstruct them into Kazumi clones, but I'm not entirely sure...

edit: Ah, on closer inspection it seems like that big brainy-looking thing behind Satomi on this page is a sort of proto-Kazumi baby thing. I think they made it from... uh, "witch meat" or something? Not sure.

edited 24th Jan '12 3:36:56 PM by Neuchadjinys

Jan 24th 2012 at 3:19:09 PM

The Chapter Where An Outlandish Theory From Way Back When The Story First Started Actually Turns Out To Be True (Much Like How People Guessed That Homura Was A Time Traveler, Like, Immediately After Episode 1 Somehow)

Didn't see the spoilers, but I loled.

edited 24th Jan '12 3:19:46 PM by universalperson

Jan 24th 2012 at 3:35:30 PM

I actually have yet to read Kazumi Magica yet. Is it any good? What are your opinions on it so far?

Jan 24th 2012 at 3:40:31 PM

So, no major surprises then

^Plot is interesting, execution leaves much to be desired

edited 24th Jan '12 3:41:04 PM by Hylarn

Jan 24th 2012 at 3:47:08 PM

[up] Could you elaborate a bit more?

PulpFreeBookworm Post Tenebras Lux from Everywhere and Nowhere Relationship Status: Not caught up in your love affair
Post Tenebras Lux
Jan 24th 2012 at 3:49:00 PM

It's full of loli fanservice.

The baby bat/ Screamed out in fright,/ 'Turn on the dark,/ I'm afraid of the light.'
Jan 24th 2012 at 3:55:50 PM

I happen to like it, but other people's opinions can (and do) vary wildly.

The first couple chapters are kind of convoluted and rushed, and at first glance it looks like something entirely unrelated to Madoka. Once the main plot gets rolling around chapter 4, though, things become less comedic and more interesting very quickly. ...At least, in my opinion.

The paneling is also pretty messy at times, which can make it hard to tell exactly what's going on unless you're looking real closely.

edit: [up] Also yeah, this, oh my goodness. It's a trainwreck.

edited 24th Jan '12 3:58:18 PM by Neuchadjinys

Jan 24th 2012 at 3:58:03 PM

There's a lot of fanservice, the artstyle makes the action scenes difficult to follow, there's an incredibly jarring food theme, and too many secondary characters to keep track of. And the overall quality of the writing (not the plot itself) just isn't that high

On the plus side, the plot has a good number of twists


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