Me and My favorite Seiyuu

Okay. This is the first time I actually talked about favorite seiyuu. Here’s the list:

Paku Romi

Noteable Roles: Hitsugaya Toushirou (BLEACH), Nana Oosaki (NANA), Edward Elric (Fullmetal Alchemist)
What I like: Her shota voice. So owning. Her mature woman voice is good, too. Although she’s not the most versatile seiyuu out there and her voice is (pretty much) easily recognisable, I always love how she does her role. Very emotional as Nana Oosaki in NANA that it’s hurting me, too.

Yuu Kobayashi

Noteable Roles: Mariya Shidou (Maria Holic), Nagi Ichinose (Nyan Koi!), Lala Gonzales (School Rumble)
What I like: Her versatility. And she’s exactly a Trap/Reverse-trap role specialist. So good at switching her voice from that strong manly voice to cute scared girl voice. Go watch Maria Holic and you know what I mean. GOSH. Other reason, she has model like body. Look at that beautiful legs, dammit !! XDD;; Apparently, she really was a model before walking through seiyuu path. Last, her screwed brain. I don’t want her devious scribbling, but her weird rambling is totally fine. Watch the video below to know how screwed her brain is.

Rie Tanaka

Noteable Roles: Lacus Clyne (Gundam Seed), Maria (Hayate the Combat Butler!), Suigintou (Rozen Maiden)
What I Like: Lacus Clyne. Just kidding, I love her oneesan-type voice. Wait, SERIOUSLY, Lacus Clyne is really the sole reason I get to love her. Not because she’s sexy as a model. I mean it. 😛

On another side:

Nana Mizuki, Aya Hirano, Yoko Hikasa, and Yui Horie are also my favorite seiyuu. However, I like Nana Mizuki because of her songs, so I can’t count her in. Aya Hirano is another singer-seiyuu favorite of mine. Ranging for noisy Haruhi Suzumiya to mature Reira Serizawa in NANA, she is actually quite versatile on her own accord. Too bad her gravure career is just… awful. Yoko Hikasa… still not enough role to include her in the real favorite list. I like her singing voice, though. She should have been the one to get solo album instead of Aki Toyosaki. Maybe it’s just another face factor there. Last, Yui Horie. She is… BEHEMOTH. In fact, Love Hina was my first ever non-dubbed anime and Hocchan as Naru Narusegawa there was pure win. First Tsundere Queen ever before Rie Kugimiya took it from her with Shana of Shakugan no Shana, Nagi Sanzenin of Hayate the Combat Butler!, and Louise of Zero no Tsukaima.

Okay, maybe this rambling is just stupid, lol. Oh my, I don’t have male seiyuu on the list !! XDDD;;


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