Kimodameshi - test of “courage”
EDIT: Missing page has been inserted and layout has been fixed.
This is a continuation of this comic.
The artist says that there will be two more installments so this is Part 2 of 4? Miyaji enters the scene this time.
And a little more info about Miyaji:
he’s known to be a fan of idol groups (according to the original manga), so this comic made him a fan of Mayuyu (AKB48).
As a thank you to my 3000+ followers, here’s part 3 of KuroBasu Name Analysis!
I got several requests for other characters before and someone in twitter also told me to keep doing it so… here ya go.
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虹 (niji) + 村 (mura) = gathering of the rainbow
Since rainbow’s in his name, you might be wondering why he doesn’t have rainbow hair (LOL) but his name is more indicative of his participation in gathering the colors of the rainbow (aka Kiseki no Sedai).
修 (shuu) + 造 (zou) = builds mastery
This describes him as the leader and captain of Teikou and of the Kiseki no Sedai, making him the very person responsible for training them and turning them into great players.
桜 (sakura) + 井 (i) = orderly cherry
I’m guessing that the ‘cherry’ here refers to Sakurai being a virgin. LOL
And 井 (same kanji used in Momoi’s name meaning ‘order’) possibly refers to Sakurai’s neatness in everything (and maybe even his housewife qualities).
良 (ryou) = goodness
Simply means a good person.
今 (ima) + 吉 (yoshi) = presently happy
This is likely a reference to his face, which is almost always in a grin.
翔 (shou) + 一 (ichi) = one who pays attention to detail
The kanji for shou (翔) is usually identified with the meaning “soar/glide” (because of the radical for feathers — hane 羽) but its other, less popular meaning is “detailed”. So with regards to Imayoshi, this probably pertains to his analytical skills.
降 (furi) + 旗 (hata) = below the standard
光 (kou) + 樹 (ki) = establishes brilliance
An ordinary player without special skills that established his own splendor on the court. Yup, that’s Furihata alright.
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As for the Uncrowned Kings, we know that their names contain a part of a plant. Hanamiya = flower, Mibuchi = fruit/seed, Hayama = leaf, Nebuya = root, Kiyoshi = tree
花 (hana) + 宮 (miya) = flowering/blooming what is contained
It’s a little difficult to connect Hanamiya’s name to his personality so I translated this the best I could. Hana (花) literally means “flower” but it can also mean the blooming or unraveling of something. Miya (宮) means palace/house but in this case, it means a container for something.
真 (makoto) = the real/true state
Along with his first name that means “truth/reality”, Hanamiya Makoto’s full name means “unraveling the true form contained”.
実 (mi) + 渕 (buchi) = fruit of the edge
The edge here, I think, might be pertaining to his skill of driving the opponent to the edge (until the player fouls).
玲 (re) + 央 (o) = center of beauty
The name Reo is actually a female name (despite how it sounds in English), because of its beautiful meaning. The kanji here for re (玲) is mainly associated with gems/jewels, most often for the sound (tinkling of jewels) and the beauty (of gems).
葉 (ha) + 山 (yama) = leaf of the wild
Commonly translated as “mountain”, yama (山) actually has a lot of other meanings. One of them is being wild — so in Hayama’s case, it’s about his very energetic state.
小 (ko) + 太 (ta) + 郎 (rou) = small boy
His name is not related to his height, but rather, his personality. Which is like a kid’s.
根 (ne) + 武 (bu) + 谷 (ya) = root of extreme valor
永 (ei) + 吉 (kichi) = perpetually blessed
Blessed with food, that is. Or muscles. Whichever works. LOL
I don’t think I’ve thanked you guys yet so… thank you so so so much for 3000+ followers! I’m working on part 3 of the KuroBasu Name Analysis, btw~
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I can’t believe this artist drew a TakaMido comic. (* A *)
I love her more now. ♥♥♥
Fandom: Katekyo Hitman Reborn! & PSYCHO-PASS
Pairing: Byakuran/Mukuro + Makishima Shougo
I translated pages 16-18 and 21-23, where Shougo is Byakuran and Mukuro’s child~
P.S. The picture below is illustrated by the same artist, but is taken from a separate post.
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