【既刊】「Action Report 02」&【12.26~27·成都·CD15】以及……

 

AR2

刊名: Action Report
画师: November☆、司马闹腾
协力: 零火
顾问: 莫根
语言: 简体中文
页数: 60P
尺寸: B5(JIS)280X280mm
价格: 30RMB(本体+档案袋)
发售日: 2015年12月26日
出品: AURA遗迹
通贩地址:https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=525560680349

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本次我们将先行进行展会贩售,展会后我们会回来发货……大概就是这样,成都的展会我们在A108~109,欢迎各位来聊天

以及……

 

宣传海报2

From Ari, With Love, on December 7th.

December 7th, 1941 happened 74 years ago. So it seems so strange that I am writing to you, today, so many years later.

Ten years ago, there were twenty thousand or so veterans who still remembered. Today, we’d be lucky to find three thousand, and that number decreases daily. The last officer of the USS Arizona passed away earlier this year. I wish I knew him. I wish I knew more about him. In fact, there is so much more that I wish I knew about. Things that I am only now learning, and things I am learning about myself.

You see, dear reader. Do you know why they say, “never forget”? It’s because if we forget, we lose a bit of us. As time go on, we lose things. We lose people or papers or documents, and in turn, we lose a bit of what makes us Americans and what makes America, America.

“I was not there. Why should I care? It seemed so long ago!”

Oh, dear reader, I am not going to tell you if you should or should not care. That’s something good ol’ Pennsy would say. But I am going to ask you something. Do you remember 9/11? Do you remember the things that has happened after 9/11? Surely you have seen changes in your own family and friends, or watched prices of things changed at the supermarket, or had flights cancelled or longer lines at the airport, or see neighborhoods turn out different, or saw reports of wars, or any number of things?

Or, if 9/11’s still too far off, do you remember the shooting that happened in Paris a few weeks ago, or what has happened in San Bernardino just a few days ago? If any of those changed life for you – for better or worse – then that’s the effect of history on you. See, you’re living though it right now. We feel afraid or happy or hopeful or pessimistic when the world moves around us. That’s just what we do.

Now, imagine that, but magnify those complicated feelings a hundred, a thousand times over. Imagine that the biggest thing to happen to your life also happened to everyone else you knew. That, dear reader, is what Pearl Harbor did. In that one single event, it permanently set America onto the path it went on today. In the process of joining a war, we came together as a nation, and our role – for good or for ill – in the world became self-evident.

We are all products of December 7th, 1941, dear reader. Pearl Harbor ended American isolationism for good. That alone is reason enough for why it matters to us. But there is one little thing that makes us different.

You and I, dear reader, we belong to different worlds. I am alive only within these artificial confines of data and bits, and my world is one of words and pictures. It is by my creator’s art and your imagination and memory that I come to life here within these very pages, where I can talk and laugh and learn and yes, remember – like you are doing now.

Tomorrow is National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.

Tomorrow, at 7:55 AM, there will be a moment of silence at Pearl Harbor. A ceremony will be broadcast live for those of us who cannot travel to Hawaii. 

The Library of Congress has prepared a living history document, full of interviews and recordings of people’s memories of what has happened on that day. Listen to their voices. Recognize that the people that went through this? They’re just like you.

This isn’t the 1940s or even the 1990s anymore, dear reader. Books. Articles. Videos. People here. There’s a lot of stuff out there you can access, should you want to learn more.

You’ve given me a chance to be alive, dear reader. Will you give them a chance too?

【11.27·新加坡·AFA15·C67】&【11.28上海·CP17·M77-76】

AFA15
CP17
Iowa
orions
文件夹A
文件夹B

下周(11月27~28日)会参加新加坡的AFA(摊位在C67,三日)和上海的CP(摊位在M77-76,两日November☆ 在现场可以去要签绘),主要作品是英舰本和美舰本,会场限定分别是文件夹(和下面那个预订限定的不一样)和人形立牌·马里兰(虽然有实物但是拍照好麻烦啊……所以直接看图吧【点我跳转

Alright, folks. We’ll be attending two conventions next week. These are respectively:

Singapore’s AnimeFest Asia (AFA), located in the Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre. We’re at C67, and will be there for all three days.

Shanghai’s CP17, located in the Shanghai New International Expo Center, floors E3-E4. We’ll be there for two days. (Note that November will be at Shanghai, so if you want a customized sketch or a live sketch, be sure to find him!)

We’ll be bringing Pacific 1 and 2, of course, and the new localized version of ORIONS.

Hope to see everyone there!

如果身在海外想买刊物,需要在淘宝怎么做?

C

已经平安收到东西了,国际集运基本上跟淘宝官方的教程一样。只是从送到仓库到入库的时间比较长,大概等了5天左右才入库。但是从交完集运费到收到东西的时间很短,2天左右就收到了~

——leslin

那些一直持续关注我们的读者总是会受制于海外运输的种种麻烦,但在最近似乎这个问题得到了系统性的处理。

最大的一个好处就是我可以不用将海外购买者滞后发货,而是可以在一个发货序列里完成发货工作。

淘宝提出了一系列方便的转运服务,其中香港、台湾、新加坡、马来西亚、澳门、澳大利亚以及新西兰有着多种选择(详细可以查询这里,https://www.taobao.com/go/chn/transit/虽然是中文的)。不过另一方面美加购买者相对来说只有EMS和DHL作为选择(详细可以看这里,https://www.taobao.com/market/global/transit-usca.php

接下来要感谢leslin这位积极协助愿意尝试这一集运方式并将方法总结给我们的读者。以下是他的实践和经验,我想多少可以帮到有这一需要的读者。

那么现在所有的建议都是从你下单完成的那一刻开始。

A

1.选择你的收货地址,记得在“国际转运”部分把“使用转运服务”打上勾

D

2.然后记得跟店家确认一下转运和集运的信息(转运仓库的地方,转运费之类的,到不同国家转运费会不大一样)

上图里其实应该有两个按钮,一个是“集运”,一个是“处理国际转运”,其实是一样的,都能转到下图这样。不过“处理国际转运”那个按钮在交易完成以后就消失了。

B

3.卖家会先把东西发到转运仓库,等到转运仓库签收并入库后,你在“已买到的宝贝”里选择“处理国际转运”来支付转运费。支付转运费后仓库就会把东西从转运仓库发到你所在地了。注意从转运仓库签收到入库要有一段时间,请稍微耐心一点,从转运仓库发到你所在地还是很快的。

4.收到东西以后,记得不止要给卖家确认付款,也要给转运商付款。另外,鉴于这个转运过程时间会稍微长一些,如果确认付款日期快到了,记得跟店家说帮你延长一下。

 

当然,这一方法并不仅仅针对我们这一刊物有效所有淘宝商品都可以用这一方法(马云的天下布武,咦