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Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2016 7:03 pm
by Aura

Re: Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2016 2:31 am
by magnetictrain
I was on the fence about going to this Comiket because I have no experience with them, and wasn't sure if I wanted to buy the guidebook or stand in line for hours if I'm just going to wander.
Then I remembered that KS had appeared at the previous Comiket when I wasn't in Japan, and I was about to make a post asking if you guys would appear at this one. Then I decided to actually look on the blog and see if there was a post about it. 'Lo and behold here we are. I've always wanted some Katawa Shoujo physical stuff :D

Re: Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2016 9:53 am
by cpl_crud
magnetictrain wrote:I was on the fence about going to this Comiket because I have no experience with them, and wasn't sure if I wanted to buy the guidebook or stand in line for hours if I'm just going to wander.
Then I remembered that KS had appeared at the previous Comiket when I wasn't in Japan, and I was about to make a post asking if you guys would appear at this one. Then I decided to actually look on the blog and see if there was a post about it. 'Lo and behold here we are. I've always wanted some Katawa Shoujo physical stuff :D


If you're just wandering then I find that if you aim to arrive at about 1100 you join the tail end of the massive line, so you're only waiting about 20 minutes or so. But if you're looking for something specific then you need to join those people lining up from 0600.

If you do end up coming then please feel free to drop on by to either booth and say hi. Always good to see people that stay for longer than 30 seconds...

Re: Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2016 11:10 am
by magnetictrain
cpl_crud wrote:
magnetictrain wrote:I was on the fence about going to this Comiket because I have no experience with them, and wasn't sure if I wanted to buy the guidebook or stand in line for hours if I'm just going to wander.
Then I remembered that KS had appeared at the previous Comiket when I wasn't in Japan, and I was about to make a post asking if you guys would appear at this one. Then I decided to actually look on the blog and see if there was a post about it. 'Lo and behold here we are. I've always wanted some Katawa Shoujo physical stuff :D


If you're just wandering then I find that if you aim to arrive at about 1100 you join the tail end of the massive line, so you're only waiting about 20 minutes or so. But if you're looking for something specific then you need to join those people lining up from 0600.

If you do end up coming then please feel free to drop on by to either booth and say hi. Always good to see people that stay for longer than 30 seconds...


Is that really so? But how does being at the end of the massive line have me waiting only around 20 minutes? Well, in any case 0600 would be a bit early for me, heh. Although I have wanted to check out the Tsukiji Fish Market during it's peak business hours around that time.
The only specific thing I'll be looking for currently is your guys booth. As such, will most definitely drop by and say hi. Though I'm not that great at talking with strangers, y'all seem like interesting enough people that I could stay and chat :P
Oh, and the sample of your book I read on Amazon has piqued my interest. Though I'm not yet sure if I want a hard copy or digital.

P.S. By any chance, could you tell me the prices of the various things you'll be selling there?

Re: Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2016 11:16 am
by TheHivemind
Oh christ it really has been ten years since this whole mess started. If anyone needs me, I'll be in this grave over here.

Re: Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2016 11:47 am
by cpl_crud
Magnetic train: the art books are usually about ¥300-500 depending on the size etc.

I'll have paperbacks of Zemlya for about ¥1500 (as printing is pretty costly). Not sure about Weee/VCR


Hivemind: yeah it is boggling when you think about it. People born when we started working on KS are almost old enough to accidentally find it on Google

Re: Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 2:04 pm
by ArcCain
Crud, is Dreamer a VN?

Re: Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 9:51 pm
by cpl_crud
ArcCain wrote:Crud, is Dreamer a VN?

Nah, just a short story

Re: Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2017 8:42 am
by ArcCain
cpl_crud wrote:Nah, just a short story


Got ya. Is it posted on your blog as well?

Re: Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2017 9:34 am
by cpl_crud
ArcCain wrote:
cpl_crud wrote:Nah, just a short story


Got ya. Is it posted on your blog as well?


It is an updated version of "Dreamer" from my blog, but mostly re-written for quality

Re: Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 12:40 am
by InSaiyan
Well..

Did everyone enjoy Comiket?!

Can't say that I'm too familiar with the event myself, but it seems like it would be quite a good time.

Re: Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 1:43 am
by cpl_crud
InSaiyan wrote:Well..

Did everyone enjoy Comiket?!

Can't say that I'm too familiar with the event myself, but it seems like it would be quite a good time.



Yeah it seems like everyone had fun.

Weee sold out of her books, and lots of people bought Dreamer and Zemlya so I am a little less emo.

The other guys that were shopping seemed pretty happy with their purchases as well...

Re: Four Leaf Studios at Comiket 91

PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2017 8:49 am
by InSaiyan
cpl_crud wrote:Yeah it seems like everyone had fun.

Weee sold out of her books, and lots of people bought Dreamer and Zemlya so I am a little less emo.

The other guys that were shopping seemed pretty happy with their purchases as well...


Well that sounds like a fantastic time then! I'm glad you all had fruitful venture!

Wish you and everyone else nothing but the best!
Still being newer to the community, it's really nice to see that y'all still stop by and say hi.