"Huh? Why is Makishima-Senpai wearing a Hakogaku jersey?"

"Onoda.. Some things are better left unexplained…"

its not like everyone already knew


Toudou is in his own personal hell


you know how in some movies the bride/groom calls off the wedding to be with the person they truly love and then they live happily ever after well it’s pretty shitty that the person they were getting married to doesn’t actually get a happy ending but no one seems to care about it to the point that he/she is not even mentioned afterwards as if that person didn’t exist or had feelings at all yeah just a thought

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I’m that kind of mutual follower who likes your text posts and never talks to you but still considers you as a friend

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It’s goddamn hot so I can’t sleep and I feel like crap, so here’s some sloppy Tokyo Ghoul speedies. \o/

i’m still in the beginning of the series so I have no idea why Ken’s hair is white but it looks rad as hell so


Dear Tokyo Ghoul anime critics, have we ever had such a detailed look at Tsukiyama’s mouth in the manga? NO!

I swear to god, Shuu Tsukiyama is the only reason I watch this anime.


you ignorant fool





Look, if you can speak or read even a little bit of Japanese, it’s really hard to Not Know that Japanese artists really don’t like having their art reposted from Twitter or Pixiv. If you don’t speak or read Japanese, most of them have little notes on their…

I’m going to be deviating a little bit from this so I apologize in advance.

"Not everything has to be in one place" is extremely important. If you can enjoy an artist’s work in an environment that makes them feel safe, please do that.

I’ve noticed a trend lately amongst my Japanese artist friends pixivs where instead of writing “please do not reprint my work” it has become “please stop asking me for permission”.

Many of them have voiced their concerns over English speakers asking to use their art and they have asked if “there’s some sort of master website saying if you send this copypasta everything will be fine”.

Now imagine getting in your ask box 15 exact same messages coming from different people asking if they can use your fic on their own blog, outside of your comfort zone because you can’t take it down after someone uses it. It’s creepy!!!!

Asking for permission is great but there are bigger repercussions than you think when everyone suddenly thinks it’ll be ok as long as you provide credit.

You can run a fandom blog without fanart you took from someone else. Like other people have mentioned, reblog from artists who have tumblr! Link to their pixiv (without art)!

Use the tweet or like function on the actual artwork on pixiv and share it or just retweet their work on twitter! One of the artists I follow tweeted a few days ago that she sometimes sees non-Japanese people share her work from pixiv (via tweet function) and how glad it makes her and this is a feeling that I think we can all understand.

I get really sad when I see my Japanese friends fret over how to say no to a person who has asked for permission so many times that they feel both afraid and frustrated but no longer know how to say no since they have already said yes once.

You can enjoy their work and share it without putting it on your blog and many artists would love and appreciate that you do this!!!!!!!!!!!!

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 signal boost 

Tsukiyama Shuu || Ghoul Form



Tumblr user johnnybooboo has made me ship hide and kaneki and I.. I.. I’M NOT GOING BACK

no regrets, friend


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 tokyo ghoul 
at work: man I wanna draw this and that, I cant wait til I get home so I can draw a ton of stuff
get home: *goes to sleep*
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Is this manga even real



Junko sensei please

 EDIT: Light explaining of this scene under the cut so that people can understand what led up to this

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