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Re: Hanako/Hisao post-Yamaku fics

Post by pandaphil » Sat Mar 23, 2013 7:04 pm

Hanako: "Hisao dear. Am I going to have to get the hose?" ;)


If anyone has any doubts about the appeal of the Phantom, just check out the comments section of just about any PotO Youtube video. :)

I added about a dozen more passengers to the bus stop. I figure having a small crowd staring at her might justify Hanako's anxiety.

Thanks for the kind words Steinherz. I'll try not to dissapoint.
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Re: Hanako/Hisao post-Yamaku fics

Post by YZQ » Sat Mar 23, 2013 8:26 pm

We toss up ideas/arguments/logic, you analyse and make the call. Also, it's time Hanako gets introduced to the Phantom, at least as written by Andrew Webber. That Phantom has got to be the most teddy-bear of all the adaptations.
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Re: Hanako/Hisao post-Yamaku fics

Post by pandaphil » Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:28 pm

YZQ wrote:We toss up ideas/arguments/logic, you analyse and make the call. Also, it's time Hanako gets introduced to the Phantom, at least as written by Andrew Webber. That Phantom has got to be the most teddy-bear of all the adaptations.
Pretty much my feelings. The ALW Phantom would be the one to get most fangirls hooked. Its only the hardcore ones who bother with the old movies and the novel.

Let me present exhibits A, B, and C. I can just see Hanako (maybe Lilly too) squee'ing over these.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfZnIGETQPQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=77u ... ature=fvwp

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xeNnSm4uzGA


And see, I'm not the only one who thinks so.
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Re: Hanako/Hisao post-Yamaku fics

Post by Steinherz » Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:34 pm

pandaphil wrote:Pretty much my feelings. The ALW Phantom would be the one to get most fangirls hooked. Its only the hardcore ones who bother with the old movies and the novel.

Let me present exhibits A, and B. I can just see Hanako squee'ing over this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfZnIGETQPQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=77u ... ature=fvwp


And see, I'm not the only one who things so.
I like that picture. And amusingly enough I also had the whole "Hanako and Phantom of the Opera" idea as well. :lol:
Great minds think alike? However when I think of Hanako listening/watching The Phantom of the Opera I personally think of this version of the song.
The man assaulted me with his vocal chords, and I loved every second of it :lol:

There's also this version, and it's pretty good as well.
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Re: Hanako/Hisao post-Yamaku fics

Post by YZQ » Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:39 pm

That is a very nicely done Phantom Hanako. Very subtle, at least compared to that fic of mine.
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Re: Hanako/Hisao post-Yamaku fics

Post by Steinherz » Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:40 pm

Also, Hanako of the Opera?
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Re: Hanako/Hisao post-Yamaku fics

Post by pandaphil » Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:47 pm

Steinherz wrote: I like that picture. And amusingly enough I also had the whole "Hanako and Phantom of the Opera" idea as well. :lol:
Great minds think alike? However when I think of Hanako listening/watching The Phantom of the Opera I personally think of this version of the song.
The man assaulted me with his vocal chords, and I loved every second of it :lol:



There's also this version, and it's pretty good as well.
Reading my mind I see. :) The Japanese Phantom is bloody amazing!

And I'd probably squee myself to death at a full length Vocaloid version of Phantom.
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Re: Hanako/Hisao post-Yamaku fics

Post by Steinherz » Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:49 pm

pandaphil wrote:
Steinherz wrote: I like that picture. And amusingly enough I also had the whole "Hanako and Phantom of the Opera" idea as well. :lol:
Great minds think alike? However when I think of Hanako listening/watching The Phantom of the Opera I personally think of this version of the song.
The man assaulted me with his vocal chords, and I loved every second of it :lol:



There's also this version, and it's pretty good as well.
Reading my mind I see. :) The Japanese Phantom is bloody amazing!
Well if you found that version yourself good on ya.
If you got it from Umber, who do you think showed that one to her? :lol:

I'm surprised you didn't comment about the Vocaloid one :mrgreen:
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Re: Hanako/Hisao post-Yamaku fics

Post by pandaphil » Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:52 pm

Steinherz wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't comment about the Vocaloid one :mrgreen:
Sorry, I missed your link the first time around. Love it! :)

I actually found a lot of these Phantom covers earlier in the week when I was having my drug reaction problem and was scouring Youtube for overly emotional music clips. :)
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Post by YZQ » Sat Mar 23, 2013 10:00 pm

Been looking at that past discussion the forum had about Hanako and the Phantom. Man, brings back some memories.
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Post by pandaphil » Sat Mar 23, 2013 10:09 pm

YZQ wrote:Been looking at that past discussion the forum had about Hanako and the Phantom. Man, brings back some memories.
Got a link handy?
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Re: Hanako/Hisao post-Yamaku fics

Post by Steinherz » Sat Mar 23, 2013 10:11 pm

pandaphil wrote:
Steinherz wrote:
I'm surprised you didn't comment about the Vocaloid one :mrgreen:
Sorry, I missed your link the first time around. Love it! :)

I actually found a lot of these Phantom covers earlier in the week when I was having my drug reaction problem and was scouring Youtube for overly emotional music clips. :)
it's ok :lol:

I'm actually thinking of going as the Phantom for this year's Halloween party, but more along the lines of Gakupo's outfit from "Le rouge est amour" because damn if that isn't classy :lol:
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Re: Hanako/Hisao post-Yamaku fics

Post by YZQ » Sat Mar 23, 2013 10:12 pm

pandaphil wrote:
YZQ wrote:Been looking at that past discussion the forum had about Hanako and the Phantom. Man, brings back some memories.
Got a link handy?
I just searched "Phantom" using the search button. The topic was the "bullying Hanako" one.
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Re: Hanako/Hisao post-Yamaku fics

Post by Negativedarke » Sat Mar 23, 2013 10:46 pm

I've known a lot of young women who think the Phantom is dreamy, homicidal tendencies and all.

I think adding in more of a crowd helps during the run, and so does having an glowering old woman.

I've been wondering if there would be anything Hanako would do for her scars. Like the salve you have here, or some sort of stretching exercises to increase her flexiblility.. And it seems like Hanako is going be be assocated with Lotion play from here on out doesn't it? :lol: That said I imagine that when she does feel comfortable enough to let Hisao see all of her in good lighting again, he'll be very, very, very happy.
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Post by pandaphil » Sat Mar 23, 2013 11:11 pm

Negativedarke wrote:I've known a lot of young women who think the Phantom is dreamy, homicidal tendencies and all.

I think adding in more of a crowd helps during the run, and so does having an glowering old woman.

I've been wondering if there would be anything Hanako would do for her scars. Like the salve you have here, or some sort of stretching exercises to increase her flexiblility.. And it seems like Hanako is going be be assocated with Lotion play from here on out doesn't it? :lol: That said I imagine that when she does feel comfortable enough to let Hisao see all of her in good lighting again, he'll be very, very, very happy.
As will we all my friend.

It may go against the prevailing attitude but I like the idea that perhaps Hanako doesn't have the same " healthy adolescent sex drive" as the other girls, and might actually be fairly shy and modest about it.
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