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Free Stuff [May. 29th, 2012|08:37 am]
mizuno_youko
I'm moving and have a bunch of stuff to give away. I figured I'd offer it to my friends first! Everything here and at this link is free (ignore the prices on the other post).
If you live in the US and just want books, movies, etc., I can probably cover the shipping myself since media mail is cheap (I can also do multiple packages if you want some stuff that can be shipped media mail and some that can't). For anything else, I can probably cover part of the shipping cost but not all. If you're outside North America, anything heavy is probably not going to be worth the cost of shipping from me to you unless you're dying to have it.
Comments are screened so you can put your shipping address in without anyone else seeing it. I'll unscreen comments that don't have an address in them.


ETA: Most of the books and movies are now gone, but there are still some posters and manga left.

Manga in Japanese:
Ayashi no Ceres volumes 3-6, by Watase Yuu
Bara no Tame ni volumes 11 and 13, by Yoshimura Akemi
Boku wa Imouto ni Koi wo Suru volume 1, by Aoki Kotomi
Captain Tsubasa volume 1, by Takahashi Youichi (this one is in poor condition)
DNA^2 volumes 1-5 by Katsura Masakazu; I have duplicates of volumes 1 and 3 as well
Romance Kobako (a random Nakayoshi extra; contains one-shots from Akimoto Nami, Rinjou Kaoru, Sasano Torio, and Kuratani Rinku)
Ryou volume 10, by Ueda Rinko
Shishunki Miman Okotowari volume 1, by Watase Yuu
Suki shika Shiranai volumes 1-3, by Miyagawa Masayo
Ubu-Ubu volumes 1-4, by Sugi Emiko
Video Girl Ai volumes 1-3, by Katsura Masakazu
Wing-Man volumes 3-4, 7-8, and 10, by Katsura Masakazu
X volumes 1-7 and 10-11, by CLAMP
Yami wa Tsudou, by Matsumoto Youko
Yarujan! WARS by Hasebe Yuri



(Japanese) Manga in Chinese:
Hot Typhoon volumes 1-2, by Tachikawa Megumi
Koibito-tachi no Basho volumes 1-2, by Saitou Chiho
Mint de Kiss Me by Watase Yuu



Magazines in English:
Animerica volume 6 numbers 10-12
Protoculture Addicts issues 39-40
V. Max volume 2 number 7



Magazines in Japanese (let me know if you want to know which series are featured in them):
Animage Dec 1997, Jan 1998, Apr 1998, May 1998
Animedia Oct 1998, Oct 1999, Mar 2000, May 2000
Nakayoshi: assorted issues (I can look up the dates if anyone is interested; I also have a bunch of assorted furoku for various Nakayoshi series from the late 90s or so)
Newtype Jan 1998, August 1999



Artbooks and whatnot:
Card Captor Sakura notebook
Nanairo Ice: Naru Nanao illustration collection
Matsushita Youko: Yami no Matsuei Character Book and Yami no Matsuei Sketch Book
Sailor Moon anime manga (the ones that take screenshots from the anime and put them together as a manga): R 1, S 2-4
Sailor Venus official fanbook (in Japanese)
X Files postcard book



Anime cards:
anime promotional postcards: Hellsing, Soul Link, Fate Stay Night, Gakuen Heaven, Joshi Kousei

assorted Sailor Moon trading cards (I can take pictures if anyone is interested; if you want some but don't care what you get, I can just throw some in with your package; some are official but I think others are knockoffs)

assorted (knockoff) anime playing cards: I have a bunch of Sailor Moon decks, a couple of Rayearth decks, and a Fushigi Yuugi deck (I can take pictures of these too if there's interest)

Sailor Moon stickers (knockoffs)

Sakura Wars card with flicker picture (has 2 pictures that alternate depending on the angle you're looking from)

other cards (only 1 or 2 of each): Mahou Tsukai Tai, Tenchi Muyo, Ani-Mayhem, Pokemon (Pikachu and Dragonite)




CDs:
Anime Song Karaoke Party: The Hero Boys Party; see http://www.vgmworld.com/catalog/index.php?table=cocoebiz_music&item_num=1513 for song list


Posters:
Mostly anime/manga-themed, but not all. A few have blue marks on them from sticky-tack, and a few might be difficult to flatten because of the way they were rolled. Let me know if you want more details about a specific one (size, condition, need a better photo of it, etc.). Most of the anime/manga ones are NOT official merchandise. Number 52 is a set of posters; it's basically a kanji guide for your wall.
Sets of images:
1-6 (anime/manga)
7-12 (anime/manga)
13-17 (anime/manga)
18-23 (anime/manga)
24-28 (anime/manga)
29-36 (anime/manga)
37-47
48-52
Note: 2, 10, 12, 13, 34, 35, 36, and 52 are taken.


Other:
dinosaur origami book (instructions are in Japanese)
this puzzle: http://www.amazon.com/Silvery-Piece-Jigsaw-Puzzle-Clementoni/dp/B001RB1VY0 (unopened, but there is a slight dent in one corner of the box)
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Comments:
[User Picture]From: mizuno_youko
2012-06-07 11:53 am (UTC)
Haha. Glad it arrived safely!
I think you need a paid account to edit comments, but can delete them even with a free account.
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[User Picture]From: archlords
2012-06-07 07:38 pm (UTC)

I believe I had the option to edit both of those comments until you replied to them. Presumably this is to avoid changing what you've said after people make claims about it. It's good to learn about how LiVEJOURNAL™ works, even though virtually no one else uses it anymore (from the width of my horizons, but apparently not yours).

Edit: Arr.



Edited at 2012-06-07 07:39 pm (UTC)
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[User Picture]From: mizuno_youko
2012-06-08 10:26 am (UTC)
Oh, interesting! It's good to know that I can edit comments if there's no reply yet.
Most of my personal friends don't use the site anymore, but there are still a few communities hanging on. I think most of the people who commented on this post got here through my Twitter link to it. Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter seem to be where everyone is at now, with the occasional journal on Dreamwidth.

Nice edit. lol
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