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BLAZERONE & Cut A Dash at C71 Sugoiyo!

Postby val » December 29th, 2006, 4:26 pm

Cut A Dash was at Blazerone's table today, and Blazerone was a hit at the event.

Check out the line to buy his doujinshi:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqDioOxlWuk

(Sorry for the crappy clip. Anyone know how to rotate it? Didn't realize the phone would film it sideways.)

I imagine most of the people in line were still there after the event ended. In fact, they were probably there as night fell. After waiting for 5 hours, I imagine most fans got nothing. You couldn't pay me to wait in that line. I'd miss the whole event. There must have been 10,000-15,000 people waiting. You couldn't even see the end of the line. The line of people went out the building, around the corner, down the sidewalk to the street, and on ... It just kept going and going and going... :o
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Postby Firestorm ZERO » December 29th, 2006, 6:57 pm

Hey val can you clarify something. I thought the pen names "Cut A Dash" + "BlazerOne" are from the same person. One is used for the adult line and the other for non-adult. Because IIRC the style are exactly the same (or either very very similar).
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Postby H-Gurl » December 29th, 2006, 7:11 pm

If I recall correctly, Misato Mitsumi is Cut a Dash & Blazer One is another group of artists, that group with her frequently.
The artist's of Blazer One tend to draw kind of like Mistao, so it can be hard to tell the two apart.

Lots of Cut a Dash stuff is very adult.
http://www.comiketservice.com/a8/892-e.htm
http://www.comiketservice.com/a13/1387-e.htm
http://www.comiketservice.com/a28/2825-e.htm
http://www.comiketservice.com/a8/890-e.htm

http://mitsumi-web.com/
http://blazer-one.com/

http://www.comiketservice.com/a40/4031-e.htm

An old net acquaintance was totally into Cut a Dash, and I'm sure he was in line (lol).
Her art is really nice (I have one book of hers), but I wouldn't stand in that line for it.

Names on the front of the book I have are:

Amaduyu Tatsuki
Nakamura Takeshi
Mitsumi Misato
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Postby val » December 29th, 2006, 7:19 pm

Blazer-One is Not Cut A Dash. They are good friends, like Chocolate Shop & Closet Child. Normally, friends share tables at an event. Like Chocolate Shop shares with Closet Child, and each artist has a table on a different day. This way, the artist is covered on more than one day at the event. The line was actually for Blazer-One's table and Cut a Dash was at Blazer-One's table this time. Cut A Dash has a table on Sunday (i think) but did not make a doujinshi. Instead Cut A Dash has a calendar. Blazer-One had a new release, and as you will see, it was a big hit!
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Postby MrDisco » December 30th, 2006, 6:14 pm

wow that line is insane! i wouldn't stand in that line either (well maybe if it were murata or Akemi Takada..whatever happened to her?)
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Postby Susano » December 30th, 2006, 8:04 pm

Well, I will say that that is some very nice art work, but nothing is worth standing in that sort of line just to try to purchase an art book. Unless I was being paid to stand in that line, I would never do it myself. I'd much prefer looking at the rest of the hall. But I guess if you really love that artist, it may be worth it. (I'd only do it for Shirow and Segawa Masaki myself.)
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Postby skicow » January 1st, 2007, 7:37 pm

Susano wrote:Well, I will say that that is some very nice art work, but nothing is worth standing in that sort of line just to try to purchase an art book. Unless I was being paid to stand in that line, I would never do it myself. I'd much prefer looking at the rest of the hall. But I guess if you really love that artist, it may be worth it. (I'd only do it for Shirow and Segawa Masaki myself.)


My feelings exactly. There's only one artist that I would stand in a line like that for, and that's Shirow....and if he was at a table at a show the line would be many miles long! :D Though no one would know if it was really Shirow since no one has actually seen him :wink:
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Postby val » February 3rd, 2007, 8:39 pm

To think, the excitement was all over a set of small clear posters. wow. :o
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Postby DualSoul » February 4th, 2007, 7:27 am

I think I might have stood in line for Cut a Dash stuff...
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