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Dark Horse announces an [animenewsnetwork.com/news/2018-07-04/dark-horse-licenses-lynn-okamoto-elfen-lied-manga/.133769 official northern American release].
Free Vote FAM. Who'd win?
Steve can kill Vexes (Intangible Beings)
which is good matchup against our Diclonius Queen.
How could she fare against popular video game Protagonist.
The battle was analyzed
Beside movies I do an anime list, but most relied on it - myanimelist.net/anime/226/Elfen_Lied/userrecs
I think it's worth making a cleaner sheet than just the "most popular" or "cruel ones". Many compare EL with Akira, Mirai Nikki, Deadman Wonderland, Chobits and they are really close. When I do not agree with Higurashi no Naku Koro ni in 1 place on list, this is completely different.
Now extremely popular Darling in the FranXX and I do not know if it's worth it. Also interested in Ajin and Shinsekai yori but not yet seen. If made such a sheet need strong criteria. Or troped tropes. So... ̶a̶s̶ ̶f̶a̶n̶ ̶i̶ ̶t̶h̶i̶n̶k̶ ̶E̶L̶ ̶i̶s̶ ̶u̶n̶i̶q̶u̶e̶.
Hello, in this post we will talk about a similar movies. You alredy have Stranger Things, so I skip it. This is not a ranking list, just a list of what you can watch.
Splice 2009, Parasaito Ivu 1997, Species 1995, Crawlspace 2012, Carrie (1976 and more of them), Chronicle 2012, Lucy 2014, Morgan 2016, Prodigy 2017.
And Thale 2012 but it.. maybe.
I'm over years 7 administrator of Elfen Lied club in my country and wach horros a lot. In my club now isn't very active(almost die), so I want to share this with a wider range of people.
Good luck in the review, I hope you like it or there is something to add.
Gif Prodigy 2017 pen scene.
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...but someone on Tropes posited that Hiromi died partly from wounds taken when she tried to commit suicide after Kurama tried to kill infant Mariko. I thought she was just plainly in bad shape from her cancerous cervix removal and got up too soon after this. I've been wrong in the past, but I recall nothing of Hiromi attempting suicide. Certainly she could have in that frame of mind, but again, I had always thought she undid her sutures at a critical point, then did it again to exact a promise from her husband.
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I will avoid spoiling anything, since this release was very recent. Let's just say there is some very likely Elfen Lied-inspired content in this final episode (and. it. is. bloody.)
I'm currently working on a 13 episode fanfiction sequel entitled Elfen Lied: Second Stanza
Some of the episodes are just plot summaries while others have dialogue as well. I'm almost done and look forward to posting it here. Any feedback would be much appreciated!
Basically, the transcripts are for the moment way too much work. I plan to complete 'Kurama's Burden' and then take a break from active article-writing. Anyone who wants to work on the transcripts (future manga chapter ones plus episodes 9 through 14/10.5) is free to. I ask only that you adhere to the established format. I'll still be on hand to check on the articles if edited.
I encountered an old comic book scene from Incredible Hulk Volume 1 # 342 from the late 80's, written by the author Peter David, drawn in this case by Todd McFarlane of Spawn fame.
A Hulk villain named Half-Life drains life force, and he is a rather pathetic vampire who mistakes a series of unfortunate women for his likely dead wife. In one sequence, a young woman named Fiona Webber is tired of being dismissed as 'perky', a term she has come to hate, especially at work. In his eternal daze, Half-Life embraces her as his lost wife and instantly kills her, only to casually move on once he's realized his mistake - at least for her.
I can't help but wonder if LO saw this sequence and if it somehow inspired the poor woman who encounters Lucy, just after she escapes from Professor Kakuzawa.
After all, it's Big Bad and Mayhem Maker dies quickly 16 chapters before the conclusion, his life and plans all a lie.
Please post all comments and suggestions about improving this article, which will be the template for the next 108 chapter transcripts. The article is here: elfen-lied.wikia.com/wiki/Elfen_Lied_Manga_Transcript_-_Chapter_One
and it will contain a link back to this forum thread. We will be accepting ideas for improving this project until May 31st, 2018. Edits are allowed, but either announce them here in advance or give notice that you have done so.
Rob Morris aka Gojirob
I think that, by or before 10-1-2017, the 9th anniversary of this wiki, I will begin what I see as the final stage in the broad development of this wiki: the posting of full manga chapter transcripts.
1 - I say final stage because at the moment, I am at an honest loss as to where else we could possibly go. We are out of characters and synopses, and with a few exceptions (possibly as few as five) we are out of reasonable explanatory/exploratory essays as well. That could just be a lack of imagination on my part, but I think from here on in, we will be merely shoring up and strengthening existing articles rather than creating whole new ones.
2 - My idea remains this: Rather than slapping together 109 articles that will then need revision as we go along, we would concentrate on just the first, rather long chapter, and make its article a model for the others to follow.
3 - Even things like what these articles will be titled would be up for grabs while it was in development. I would want not only prominent English scanlations, but other languages where the impact or tone of the words end up differently. A section for Japanese translation and transliteration would be a must.
4 - This would be open to everyone, and if there is a disagreement over what was said or how it was said in different editions, that will be noted and used as part of the article.
Hopefully, maybe, we can have the very first article done in time for the wiki's 10th anniversary next year. Any thoughts?
I was reading D.Gray Man, and noticed several similarities between Director Kakuzawa, and Character mentioned in the title: both are Hitler expies (more obvious in Malcolm case), both are high ranking people in their organizations dedicated to fighting threat to humanity, but have other goals in mind (Kakuzawa wants to create dicloni world, while Malcolm C. Lvellie wants humanity free from both earl and god), and Malcolm's family also used their girls in experiments (through Malcolm himself is unhappy about it), hevlaska could be even compared to Anna. so what you think?
Also link to Malcolms page on D.Gray Man wiki
Villains Wiki does, but I don't feel like they are worthy of their own piece, and there's really no info on them beyond their single appearance.
He's an apprentice of the Ninja Snake Eyes code-named: Kamakura. He's been in some of the comics and one of the animated series.