Kaworu Nagisa (email@example.com)
Fri, 29 Oct 1999 00:45:09 -0400
>According to an interview with the director of GW, it was planned from the
>onset to appeal to women. To transplant Saint Seiya/ Samurai Trooper
>"bishonen gundan" concept to Gundam, and was even targeted toward a yaoi
>audience. (Women like to see pretty boys in angst, you know)
Why is that?
>On the other hand, GG was planned to be a series to appeal to children.
>Both were planned to bring a new audience to the Gundam franchise, and I
>would say each succeeded in its own way. (George may seem to be a
>"bishounen" from a male point of view, but I haven't come across any women
>who would consider him as such. He just looks effeminate, not bishounen)
So female fans generally consider George to be an "effeminate", rather than a "bishounen"? Oh my, this
is getting a little more complex... I'm kinda confused.
Okay, if you don't mind, can you classify the following
characters as bishonen, effeminate, or otherwise? ^_^;
From the girls' point of view of course...
1) Wufei Chang (GW)
2) Fao Lafine (B't X)
3) Shishin Daikakuya (Rai)
4) Alwin Dorstien (Super Robot Taisen)
5) Trunks (Dragonball Z)
6) Yaten Kou (Sailorstars -anime-)
7) Kurama (Yuu Yuu Hakusho)
8) Youko Kurama (Yuu Yuu Hakusho)
9) Tokiya (Flame of Recca)
10) Aya/Ran (Weiss Kreuz)
11) Alucard (Dracula X)
12) Kojiro Sasaki (Yaiba)
13) Kaworu Nagisa (Evangelion)
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