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An otaku of much recognized think tank, “2ch”, has devised several monthly calendars to commemorate the anniversary of each violent death within “Another” – ensuring none will ever forget the tragedy.

Each calendar of these five total highlight an occasion of brutal passing with relevant guro imagery – as well as an indicator to mark out the date in which the incident went down for the respective character, a cute flower illustrated in red. The only mistake in these, if any, is that the year should have perhaps been 1998 which is when the story of Another seemingly took place.

At least however, one must admit that the idea in theory certainly isn’t bad – and it will definitely give the more obsessive otaku something to look forward to throughout the middle of the year, which in fact, is actually likely why the year is shown as “2012″.

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