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Christmas Gifts

  • Senran Kagura Estival Versus

  • World of Final Fantasy

  • Final Fantasy Explorers

  • The Irregular at magic high school  Vol. 1 and 2

  • The Devi is a Part-time Vol.1-5


Birthday Gifts

  • Stella Glow

  • Psycho Love Comedy Vol. 2

  • Monster Girl Encyclopedia Vol.1

  • My youth romantic comedy is wrong, as I expected Vol.1 (light novel)


My Christmas gifts

Dictatorial Grimoire Vol.2 Snow White
Dictatorial Grimoire Vol.1 Cinderella
Is it wrong to try to pick up girls in a dungeon? Vol.3
Log Horizon Vol.3
Log Horizon Vol.2
No game no life vol.2
Is it wrong to try to pick up girls in a dungeon? Vol.2
Log Horizon Vol.1
The Moe Manifesto An insider's look at the worlds of manga, anime, and gaming

My birthday gifts

PS Vita
Conception II
NO game no life novel (vol.3)

Answer for question 4226.

What's your favorite beverage? Is it something you drink daily, or something that's more of a special treat?
Ginger ale and orange soda

Christmas Gifts

Unoffical Hatsune Mix
Alice in the country of diamonds~ Wonderful Wonder World Offical Visual Fan Book
Fantasy Life
Bravely Default
Gardening mama 2 Forest friends

My 25th birthday gifts

Cooking Mama 5 Bon Appetit! and A certain magical index

Gackt on TV tropes

  • Concept Album: Every non-compilation album, as well as singles. Even his concerts are designed to be visual interpretations of his albums and singles, if not a continuation of their story.

  • Everything Is an Instrument: The song "4th" consists entirely of gun fire, radio static, explosions, helicopter noise, Gackt singing gibberish in a soprano-like falsetto, and a guitar rhythm. It's surprisingly good.

  • Epic Rocking: Cube, Birdcage, Blue, Uncertain Memory, Dybukk, Secret Garden and many others.

  • Genre Shift: Gackt's early albums (and recent singles) tend to be a music version of this. A single album can have a combination of rock, pop, techno, ska, rap, r&b, metal and whatever else Gackt feels at the moment. Even singles will often have contrasting songs on them.

  • Genre Roulette: Gackt is a rock artist, but what genre of music is going to be on his albums and singles is random at best. Some songs such as Cube, Oasis, Uncertain Memory and Secret Garden don't even resemble any discernible genre. Songs like these are simply referred to by fans as Gackt rock.

  • Intercourse with You: "Koukuma Heaven", "Vanilla", and "Dispar" are explicit. "Papa Lapped a Pap Lopped" and "Speed Master" are more ambiguous.

  • Neoclassical Punk Zydeco Rockabilly - Many of his songs, especially "Dybbuk", "Lost Angels", "Memories" and "Ghost". In recent interviews he's even talked about taking this further by combining rock, classical European, traditional Japanese and various other Asian music styles in his newer work.

  • Word Salad Title: "Papa Lapped a Pap Lopped"

  • Bad Ass Long Coat: He wears these during many of his concerts.

  • AI Is A Crap Shoot: Averted. The Ghosts are the heroes.

  • Cluster F-Bomb: During every Yellow Fried Chickens live Gackt rips off his shirt and launches one of these.

  • Dark Is Not Evil: The heroes of his stories are vampires, Nazi-created cyborgs and other supernatural beings.

  • Cute Kitten: U+K live always features people dressed up in cat costumes.

  • Fanservice:

    • Vanilla live is the most famous example. But Kagen no Tsuki, Jougen no Tsuki, and Drug Party had plentiful amounts of this as well.

    • Gackt's second Yellow Fried Chickenz tour has taken this to the extreme with fans encouraging him by throwing underwear, hand cuffs, and whips on stage for Gackt and his band to play with.

  • Japanese Vampire: The entire Moon Saga.

  • Kill 'Em All: "Diabolos" and "Requiem et Reminiscence II" ends with all the characters dying.

  • Last Stand: His 2005 concert "Diabolos" opens with a scene showing 5 warriors riding into battle with a legion of Darts. Gackt's character wakes up as a superempowered vampire, and is the last man standing.

  • Ninja: During the song Luna he often has people dressed as these come on stage and fight him. I kid you not.

  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: The stories in his music contain many of these, such as Cyborg Nazis and Vampire Knights. His concerts can also be said to be this, since they're designed to be combination's of rock concerts, movies, and musicals. This also applies to Gackt himself who is a singer, songwriter, actor, writer, fashion designer

  • Science Is Bad: Subverted by the Ghosts, soldiers and war prisoners turned into cyborgs by Nazis to be mindless weapons of war turn against their evil creators and heroically sacrifice their lives fighting the Nazi agenda.

  • Shirtless Scene: During the Starlight Gig and Yellow Fried Chickens tour Gackt has no shirt on for half the show. Why? Does it really matter.

  • Defictionalization: Kamui Gakupo is a vocaloid created by Kentaro Miura (better known for his work on Berserk) based on voice samples from Gackt. Video site Nico Nico Douga once held a vocaloid contest hosted by Gackt were he would sing the winning songs, which used Gakupo as the singer. The result was that Gackt not only created and released covers of the winning songs, "Episode.0" and "Paranoid doll", but he also created a music video that was identical to the original "Episode.0" video, replacing art of Gakupo with himself dressed as Gakupo. Here is the original video, and here's Gackt's cover of it.

  • Development Hell: S.K.I.N played one concert and then... nothing.

  • Fan Nickname:

    • His fans and staff sometimes refer to him as "Maou-sama". Which is Japanese for "Devil King".

    • He is also known as "Gacchan," "Gakkun" and other such variations, particularly by his Japanese fans.

    • He has recently been given nicknames like Troll King and Troll Aniki for his habit of trolling his fans

  • One of Us: Gackt's fanboying is legendary. He has memorized all of the dialogue of the first Gundam series. His hairstyle for the Vanilla music video is based off of Super Saiyan Goku. The song Asrun Dream is about the characters Ash and Eiji from Banana Fish. He even once spent three days straight playing video games.

  • The Band Minus the Face: Malice Mizer. Averted when Tetsu left and Gackt joined they reached the height of their popularity. Played straight when Gackt left and later Kami died, as even after replacing Gackt with Klaha the band eventually broke up.

  • Training from Hell: Back stage footage of Gackt and his band preparing for concert is nothing but this. Gackt and his back up dancers "training" includes lifting each other as weights and taking turns punching and kicking each other in the stomach over extended periods of time.

  • Samurai: After his appearance in Fuurin Kazan Gackt started getting cast in roles as samurai. Since then he has been cast as Yoshi, a samurai in the film noir movie Bunraku, Nemuri Kyoshiro in a theater play, and even as Oda Nobunaga in Sengoku Basara: Moonlight Party.

  • Colbert Bump - Part of the reason he keeps appearing in so many video games and dramas. His appearances in such often results in jumps in ratings, viewer ship, and sales.

  • Crowning Music of Awesome - Pretty much all of Mars, Rebirth and Crescent, especially "Birdcage, Oasis and Oreinji no Tayoui". Single-only songs include mentions also go to "Cube", "Blue" and "Uncertain Memory".

    • Although NEVER to replace Ai Wo Torimodose as Fist Of The North Star's iconic song, the song for New is widely recognized by fans as the best song the series' had since.

  • Memetic Mutation - A dark version of this. Gackt's decade old joke about being a 496 year old vampire has been quoted out of context for so long that even presumably legitimate news sources have treated this as a serious belief of his. He has since corrected this at the Nemuri Kyoshiro press conference, where he released his actual age to the public so the joke would die.

    • Also, within the fandom, his love of Hyde, "fiyaa" and his unceasing use of the word dakishimete in nearly every song he has ever written are memes.

      • ''"I need joh fiyaa fiyaa fiyaa to keep me wahm / I gah too fill za fiyaa / Tu keep me wahm, I gah to feel it...fiyaaaaaa!!"

  • Memetic Sex God - He's been voted Japan's sexiest man, best looking in a suit, best looking in a kimono, best looking in a tuxedo and best looking as a samurai.

Tear Jerker: Gackt
This Japanese pop musician is quite good at invoking this reaction.

  • The song "Sayonara" is sad by itself, but the live version for "Requiem et Reminiscence" is especially heartbreaking. And lets not forget that it seems like he has to stop halfway into Emu ~for my dear~ when singing live, makes sense since it's a tribute song for Kami.

  • "Kono Daremo Inai Heya de (in this empty room)". "Doooooshite...daremo inai kooono heya de...karada ga...furueru n darooo...oshiete." Na na na na na...

    • Which translates as "Why in this empty room, is my body shaking? Tell me..."

  • "Last Song" is quite saddening, especially because of the way Gackt sings it.

  • "Tsuki no Uta" is, too.

  • Other Tear Jerker songs by Gackt include "Hoshi no Suna" and the Gackt/Hyde duet "Orenji no Taiyou". The last one can cause some people to cry for all nine minutes and ten seconds upon hearing it. It doesn't help that it was used in a Tear Jerker movie (Moon Child). Equally tear-inducing is the live version, with all the characters from the movie except one very important one.


Originally posted by cestlavieminako at Help to put a TARDIS Earth's orbit for the 50th Anniversary year...
Originally posted by jaded_jamie at Help to put a TARDIS Earth's orbit for the 50th Anniversary year...
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You can help put a TARDIS into orbit
to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who

The 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who will be momentous, what with the return of David Tennant and Matt Smith’s penultimate appearance in the lead role.

But that’s not the only celebration of the Doctor scheduled for the big anniversary.

A father/daughter team of engineering-inclined Whovians designed a light-weight TARDIS and plan to launch it into space via commercial rocket, with the aim of having it orbit the earth in perpetuity.

They’re very detail-oriented—heading off pedants by noting they replaced the usual frosted glass window panes with solar panels, which power the light on top and a camera to take pictures of Earth.

Since launching a rocket into space is, you know, kind of expensive, they’ve started a kickstart campaign in the hope that fellow Doctor Who fans will put up over $30,000 to put a flying phone booth in the same level of orbit as the International Space Station, so that somehow, someway, an astronaut could look out a window and say, “Hey look, there’s a little phone booth outside!”

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Seiyuu TV Tropes pages: Kamiya Hiroshi

Hiroshi Kamiya is a man known for his dignified voice which makes him quite the go-to guy for those types of well spoken characters. About personalities, however, it's a different story. His character can be noble, cold, super smug, or even just plain hilarious. Truly a Man of a Thousand Voices.
Has a tendency to appear in works by Studio Shaft. He's played four lead roles in series they've produced, as well as a Relationship Voice Actor in some series with Chiwa Saitou. He also seems to have a relationship with Kana Hanazawa.

Roles done by Hiroshi Kamiya: