Posts Tagged Religion
This week: Magi and Robotics;Notes are here again, how the rural setting of Shin Sekai Yori plays a necessary role in the anime, a disagreement on perspectives in Little Busters!, approaching an abrupt end to a story in Medaka Box Abnormal, and the talents of an effective writer in Psycho-Pass.
This week: showing how characters change in Magi, questions on accessing the files in Robotics;Notes, thoughts on Shun’s mask from Shin Sekai Yori, offscreen character growth in Chuunibyou Demo Koi ga Shitai!, prioritizing girls over panzers in Girls und Panzer, and questions about unintentional stress, stress relievers and criminalization in Psycho-Pass.
This week: comments on the mature visual styles of Shin Sekai Yori, a phenomenal display of emotions in Jormungand: Perfect Order, a return to familiarity in Medaka Box Abnormal and thoughts on a possible and awesome ending for Chuunibyou Demo Koi ga Shitai!
An element common to all fighting manga and anime is the appearance of a formidable and daunting opponent. With the introductions finished and the fight already underway, it is natural for the audience to question or speculate how the heroes will triumph over this obstacle. With Needless, every battle is dictated or determined by the fragments and fighters present. So in order for the readers to figure out how to overcome the opponent, they must understand how to overcome their fragment first.
Ah, Chapter 96. It’s another chapter which means a bunch of new developments and the return of a few old faces. This time, it’s the reappearance of probably my two favorite characters in the series, so I’m beyond thrilled. And regarding the story, another character is revealed to be marked with a Stigmata. But with what we’ve learned in this arc about cloning and Eden’s Seeds, could this a true Stigmata or another fake? **Warning: spoilers below**