Posts by Esse Crea

Rikuo from Sing “Yesterday” For Me

Rikuo Uozumi has a part time job working at a convenience store called Nico2 Mart. He did graduate University, but he lacks the drive to pursue a career. His passion is photography. One day, while feeding crows the food his job will throw out, he meets Haru. She says she knows him, but Rikuo doesn’t remember her at all. Rikuo and Haru start to know each other more in Sing “Yesterday” For Me (Yesterday wo Utatte).

Elasti-Girl from Doom Patrol

Elasti-Girl (played by April Bowlby) is a human with super ability, and also known as Rita Farr. Rita was a well-known actress until a toxic gas incident made her cells unstable. She has the ability to change shape. At times doesn’t have much control, so her appearance becomes melted or saggy. Rita Farr lives in the Caulder House alongside others like her in Doom Patrol.

Natsumi from Non Non Biyori Repeat

Natsumi Koshigaya is filled with ideas. She often has ideas on fun things to do with her friends. Her love for fun can get her in trouble, since she is more irresponsible about her actions. She doesn’t have the best grades, but is bright when it comes to nature and activities. Natsumi plays in the countryside with her older sister Komari, and her friends, Hotaru and Renge, in Non Non Biyori Repeat.

Kaori from Your Lie in April

Kaori Miyazono is a lively violinist. She often plays to her own tune. Her free-spirited nature can get her in trouble with concert judges, but the audience loves it. Despite her deep passion for music, she is held back by a secret. Kaori carries on as if nothing is wrong, since she rather live with no regret during Your Lie in April (Shigatsu wa kimi no uso).

Hotaru from Non Non Biyori Repeat

Hotaru Ichijo lived in Tokyo before coming to the countryside of Asahigaoka. She is fascinated by the different lifestyle in the village. Hotaru loves fun, but has the appearance and attitude of an older girl, so her friends tend to depend on her. Hotaru gets used to life in the countryside with Komari, Renge, and Natsumi in Non Non Biyori Repeat.

Kaeda from Gal and Dino

Kaeda is a “gal”, or gyaru, living a trendy life when she accidentally lets in a dinosaur to her home. The Dino gets in when Kaeda is drunk, and when she wakes up the next morning she is surprisingly calm. Kaeda decides to host the Dino as her roommate. Kaeda feeds the Dino human food, and tries to figure out how to take care of a dinosaur in Gal and Dino.

Kosei from Your Lie in April

Kosei Arima was once a child prodigy at playing piano, but stopped music after the sudden passing of his mother. Two years later, he begins to play again after meeting an unlikely friend. Kosei lets go of his past, and learns a lesson on traumas during Your Lie in April (Shigatsu wa kimi no uso).

Lord John Grey from Outlander

Lord John Grey (played by David Berry) is the governor of the Scottish prison Ardsmuir. He is an excellent swordsman, and has a kind personality. When it comes to battle and honor he is dedicated and passionate. Lord John Grey tries to live an honorable life in Outlander.

Little My from Moominvalley

Little My is brave and has a rather bold personality. She does what she wants, and knows what to do to get what she wants. Little My does have a soft side, but most times her strong will is front and center. Little My enjoys her mischievous adventures in MoominValley.

Billi from The Farewell

Billi Wang (played by Awkwafina) is an aspiring writer. After a disappointing career rejection, Billi receives more unwanted news from her family. Her grandmother Nai Nai is expected to only have a short time left to live, and the family decides not to tell Nai Nai of her diagnosis. Billi joins her family in China when everyone visits Nai Nai using a “family wedding” as an excuse. She is conflicted about the lie being fed to her grandmother, and is relearning the bonds of her family in The Farewell.