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clauclauclaudia
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Claudia
Tue, Apr. 2nd, 2002 07:27 pm
my icons

I just feel like putting them all in one post. Don't mind me. :)

If anyone can find me a picture online of one of those moments in Fellowship when Sam looks so instensely at Frodo (Weathertop, Rivendell, after the cave troll, or in the boat come to mind), I'd be most obliged. I just checked the Quintessential site and there are many purty pictures but not the ones I want.



Buffy! Thanks, butterfly.
Peter! Thanks, er, person from userpics who I forget.


SIP! Thank you always, Terry Moore.

Thank you, Peter Jackson. (This one will have to do for now.)
Mmmm, Juri....
Thank you, Maxfield Parrish.
Hee.

Current Mood: whimsical

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clauclauclaudia
clauclauclaudia
Claudia
Wed, Apr. 3rd, 2002 09:41 am (UTC)

Hmph. I wrote a really long response that died when the browser crashed. How annoying.

That's Maxfield Parrish's Ecstasy, to answer the one I have in my cut and paste buffer first.

Terry Moore writes and draws Strangers in Paradise, a comic book I recommend to all and sundry. The plot is very much a soap opera, but it's lovingly done and not at all what I associate with soap operas. There's a love triangle where Katchoo (the blonde) loves Francine (the brunette), but Francine isn't gay, though she loves Katchoo dearly. David loves Katchoo. Darcy, the brunette with the cleavage, is David's sister, Katchoo's ex, and, oh yeah, a major crimelord. It's got an interesting mix of action and soap. :)

Juri is from Revolutionary Girl Utena (Shoujo Kakume Utena), and I can't think of any links to give you that wouldn't be spoiler-filled. It's an excellent series. Utena is a girl at boarding school who dresses like a boy because she wants to emulate a prince who rescued her when she was a little girl. Her nobility leads her to interfere with a boy smacking a girl around, and she is drawn into a series of duels that happen at the school, for possession of the girl, the Rose Bride. The duels have been arranged by "The Ends of the World", and the eventual champion will win the power to bring revolution to the world. It's not clear what all this means, but Utena very quickly finds herself engaged to the Rose Bride and at the center of it all. It's an excellent series. I don't recommend watching the movie first. It makes *some* sense if you watch it after the series, very little if you watch it first.

Juri is one of the duelists, and the captain of the fencing team. Shiori is behind her--the moment in the icon doesn't actually appear on-screen, it's sort of a fan-gratification thing.


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