Moyashimon live stream - 11 May 2010
Second half of Ishikawa-sensei's Q&A session. There are a few spots I'm not 100% sure about, mostly near the bottom regarding who he's talking about.
Anyhow, let's get moving!
Post-it: Do you enjoy drawing Kei's clothes?
[long pause, during which you see Ishikawa about to write something then stopping]
Post-it: I regret it a little every time.
Post-it: As for Marie, [Marie shows up later, scroll to bottom for a spoiler of who she is*]
Post-it: I can't get away by filling in her clothes with black, so she's ?? [no clue what 'chitsuii' means, sorry guys]
Post-it: This streaming project also features 'Junketsu no Maria' from Good! Afternoon.
Post-it: I'm opening up the floor to questions
Post-it: About Maria again.
Post-it: I knew it, none.
[Comments: "Sorry, Sensei" "Sorry ><"]
Post-it: I'm fine guys.
Post-it: Really, it's okay.
Question: Late by a minute. So what's the "The Kei in the drama is a girl but it's okay?" about?
Post-it: Okamoto Azusa-san
Post-it: Is super cute.
Post-it: It came out on Sunday, right? The day before yesterday
Post-it: I'd started working on vol 9 [of Moyashimon] but
「あ これは言ったら ダメな方か」
Post-it: Ah. Maybe I shouldn't discuss this?
Post-it: [sorry, didn't catch this one in time]
Post-it: Please forget what I said.
欠けました： 「ひどいよ ね 変態 役なんて」
Post-it: Let me talk about Okamoto-san.
Post-it: I don't really understand the reasoning behind
Post-it: Casting a 17 year-old girl in the role of a man.
Post-it: It's terrible, playing the role of a pervert like him.
Post-it: Let me talk about Okamoto-san. [same as above]
Post-it: And during the launch, they gave her the script,
Post-it: And had her draw a picture of Kei.
Post-it: The people who read her blog were probably there as well.
Post-it: Okamoto-san cried.
Post-it: As expected, it was really terrible for her.
Post-it: She was extremely worried because it was her first role. [like, first time acting for a drama]
Post-it: And when I saw a non-finalised version of a clip
Post-it: I thought, 'Wow, thank goodness.'
Post-it: 'I'm so glad Okamoto-san played the role of Kei'.
Post-it: I can't help but want to talk about lots of stuff, can I?
Post-it: I think it'll probably be very interesting.
Post-it: First, I'll go watch watch watch
Post-it: If it's boring, I'll make it vanish.
Post-it: Leave it to me!
Post-it: I'm off to sleep
* spoiler? Who is Marie?
She's a character in Paris, sort of a white version of Kei.