Character Fanlistings

There are currently 4 fanlistings for anime/manga characters in the collective. Each link will open in a new window.

Crystal - The Sakataki Jin Fanlisting Crystal
Opened: 28 July 2017
Layout: Version 1 - Ready For You
About: Fanlisting for the character Sakataki Jin or Crystal Stranger of Arina Tanemura's manga series Time Stranger Kyoko. Current spread features Sakataki as he appears on an alternate cover of the manga's fourth chapter. Version title and lyrics appearing on the layout are from the song Ready For You by the band Hoobastank, from their self-titled album.

Kokoro - The Nakago Fanlisting Kokoro
Opened: 27 July 2017
Layout: Version 1 - Blue Eyes...Blue
About: Fanlisting for the Seiryuu Shichi Seishi Nakago of the anime and manga series Fushigi Yuugi by Yuu Watase. Current layout has the Kutou shogun in two images-smirking devilishly on an anime screencap and dangerously impassive out of a Seiryuu group poster. Version name is also the title of Nakago's most popular image song, Blue Eyes...Blue, so the color is used extensively in this spread.

Miracle - The Ruka Tsuchiya Fanlisting Miracle
Opened: 26 August 2017
Layout: Version 1 - Tenshi Androgynous
About: Fanlisting for character Ruka Tsuchiya of the anime and manga series Shoujo Kakumei Utena (Revolutionary Girl Utena) by Chiho Saito. The current layout has tight tables, with a soft orange and peach color scheme. It features two extensively edited anime screencaps of Ruka, in contrasting moods: one smiling and the other pensive/serious and juxtaposed with one another. Version title is also Ruka's duel chorus, translated as "The Angel Androgynous."

Spirited - The Gon Freecss Fanlisting Spirited
Opened: 27 August 2017
Layout: Version 1 - Sweet Child
About: Fanlisting for the character Gon Freecss of Yoshihiro Togashi's anime and manga series Hunter X Hunter. Current spread features two juxtaposed portraits of the young hero, designed in shades of forest and mint green. Version title and lyrics appearing on the layout are from the song Sweet Child O' Mine. Words used are from the Sheryl Crow version, but this was originally performed by Guns N' Roses in their album Appetite for Destruction.