March 14, 2021

This is Why...

...it is important to ensure that one's marketing department has some passing familiarity with one's products. 



Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 12:40 PM | Comments (4) | Add Comment
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1 I don't see what you're trying to say here.
The Neflix-and-chill with Kimetsu no Yaiba seems legitimate.
And, if you're trying to make a pun about Nezuko being involved, then consider that the show itself makes Zenitsu basically do it.

Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Sun Mar 14 21:26:10 2021 (LZ7Bg)

2 Just that is not a series that inspires the word "chill".

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Sun Mar 14 22:00:56 2021 (5iiQK)

3 I dunno, the fan-art on Pixiv suggests a lot of guys want to "chill" with her, and every other female in the show...

-j

Posted by: J Greely at Mon Mar 15 11:51:11 2021 (ZlYZd)

4 Seems like the same Shonen Jump style action plotting I've been enjoying since young adulthood. So reading the manga or watching the anime might just be a relaxing lazy nostalgic return to my childhood. For values of childhood that does not actually include what I was reading as a child. (Joan Aiken and Rosemary Sutecliff stand out in my memories. And Jean Craighead George was actually my favorite author at one point in my life, well before I wound up a hard-line extremist in my opposition to environmentalism.) All I know of Kimetsu no Yaiba is what I've read from the wiki. I didn't see anything there that looks unusual for the genre. Is the pacing unusually fast, the art unusually graphic, or the emotion unusually intense? But no way am I going to watch anything on Netflix. (I watch little in the way of video, because of bugs in how I process it. And I have a fast wealth of stuff available, waiting unwatched, without needing to resort to Netflix.)

Posted by: PatBuckman at Mon Mar 15 13:02:19 2021 (6y7dz)

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