dawnfire84, while I downloaded the first musical.
I wrote this in English and Spanish, but I didn't just translate, I wrote it again.
He escrito esto en inglés y español, para aquellos que lo prefieran en español, ahí está, pero son textos distintos, no lo he traducido y punto, ¿eh?
I always think about TutixNagayan pairing, due to the way I came to know them. I first saw them in Burimyu, cause Prince of Tennis is pretty new here in Spain (it arrived even later than Bleach!), so I hadn't heard a thing about it or the musical either.
Well, I first had this period of time in which I found those cool and funny videos of Bleach made by the seiyuus (Bleach Love ad., Best megane competition....), and I started downloading all of them, plus whole Soul Sonic and Jump Festa videos (I didn't found many of them), and I found a very short subbed video about something new: a Bleach musical!!
My reaction: "woa, a musical, is Bleach that famous in Japan?"
Let me explain first. I became a Bleach fan in a kind of random way. I went to Scotland during my Summer2006 Holiday, and discovered some manga in a book shop I had entered looking for something completely different. But I couldn't help it and I GOT closer to those japanese volumes. I picked some random ones. In fact, the only collections I found the first volume of (that is, avoiding Naruto, cause EVERYBODY ELSE was reading it, ironic, ne?). And there you had me leaving the shop with number 1 and 2 of Fullmetal Alchemist, three more manga I don't even remember the title of, and the first volume of Bleach, thinking that, if I liked it, I could buy the second volume the following week or so. And there you had me next morning skipping breakfast and waiting for them to open so I could go back (running) to my english lessons with 9 Bleach volumes, and that is exactly what happened.My first thoughts about the musical were more or less "O_O WHAT THE HELL IS THAT?" "oops, the stage is pretty small" "Ichigo, what happened to your voice a moment ago?". But I found some more videos on youtube, thanks to andromeda881, aka
And then the day arrived in which my life was never to be the same again. I didn't know it, I wasn't prepared, but I opened one of the videos, and it was a backstage, and you know what happens when you see a backstage of these guys...
And then the moment came...
The moment I first heard "Hi, Tuti desu...."
The moment I first thought "that is a rather large forehead, indeed"....
that sure brings memories.
I should say I saw the light at the end of the tunnel, but I didn't quite realized it then. So that's how I started to compulsively donwload, watch and eventually buy anything related to them (as long as I found it, and had the money for it).
After seeing all the jokes and funny moments they shared, I couldn't help it and started seeing Tuti and Nagayan as my favourite ones.... and I still remember the joy I felt when I discovered LJ, and two "small" communities called burimyu and tutixnagayan. And you all know the rest, ne? ;)
Siempre junto a Tuti con Nagayan por cómo les conocí. Yo les conozco del burimyu, pues Prince of Tennis llegó a España hace pokito (más tarde incluso que Bleach!), así que no lo conocía :(
El caso es que un día buscando sobre eventos de bleach en plan Jump Festa, Soul Sonic, etc, me bajé un par de videos del musical.("Un musical de un manga? tan famoso es Bleach en Japón para que hagan esto?)
Bueno, me sorprendió bastante, que fueran todos tan divertidos y tan adorables.... y entonces LO VÍ:
"Hi, Tuti desu~"
y pensé "qué frente tan grande!" y "quién es este tío?"
y así empezó mi odisea, intentando saber más de ellos, conocerles, y ver todo lo que hubieran hecho.
Tras ver las bromas que se gastaban, fijarme en Nagayan sólo fue cuestión de tiempo. Y luego descubrí livejournal, y estas hermosas comunidades que son tutixnagayan y burimyu. Y ví que era bueno ;)
Y el resto es historia.