Tag: Anime

From Sweet Child to Mass Murderer – Discussing Eren’s Character Arc as a Shonen Protagonist

  Disclaimer: this article describes parts of the manga that have yet to appear in the anime. If you don’t want to be spoiled, don’t read this article. Although really, considering how long the next arc has been out already I think you’re just being silly for not reading the manga. SO GO READ IT …

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When Nationalism Leads to Pacifism – Discussing the Main Theme of Attack on Titan

  Disclaimer: this article describes parts of the manga that have yet to appear in the anime. If you don’t want to be spoiled, don’t read this article. Although really, considering how long the next arc has been out already I think you’re just being silly for not reading the manga. SO GO READ IT …

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The Samurai Jack Plot Marathon – Why Season 5 of Samurai Jack Failed

  When the fifth season of Samurai Jack started I was really excited and thought it was the start of some interesting developments. The Bushido mindset Jack carried and the psychological implications were a clear indication that Genndy had done his research. There is something inherently satisfying about exploring the hero’s quest failing and seeing …

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“Training? No, I Shall Randomly Gain Power Instead” – The Biggest Sin of Dragon Ball Super

When Zen-chan revealed his plan for the Tournament of Power I was ecstatic. Not only would we get the classic Budokai feel that Dragon Ball provided, but we’d also get a new “free-for-all” brawl version. It’s a great way to give the other Z-fighters some time to shine, but I was also left with a …

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He’s Back – Psychological Analysis on What Fifty Years of Suffering Can Do To The Protagonist

One of the things that has annoyed me my entire bloody life is that most people don’t respect cartoons. They’re considered childish, low in quality and something only simpletons or children enjoy. And yet so many cartoons are released that prove this idea wrong. The new season of Samurai Jack is another example that cartoons …

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