Ghost in the Shell, because Time of Surface is a celebrity interventionist
Fri 5 Mar, 2021 08:38 am
I've never been a fan of the anime genre. Moreover, I treated him as lightly as possible, believing that these "cartoons" are designed exclusively for children, maximum adolescence. Oh gods, I've never been so wrong. Once I decided to watch Death Note. I was interested in the description and rating. And what's the difference that it is 2006 - it's never too late to discover masterpieces for yourself. So I thought and launched the first episode ... Death Note is a story about what can happen if such a magical artifact is in the hands of a genius, sociopath and psychopath with a God complex. Agree, the idea is very interesting and unusual! From this series my love for anime began.
The hero in Death Note is similar to one of the villains in the Jerry Cornelius books by Michael Moorcock. There’s a bishop who only eats sweets.
Sun 7 Mar, 2021 07:02 pm
Illustrates the problem between problematic anime fanboys and their lack of understanding of how parodies work.
I finished watching the two seasons of this pretty funny isekai parody and it's tepid/not terrible feature film (three lite episodes crammed into a film-length movie). You can easily get emotionally invested in these adorkable, very flawed, intentionally written-to-be unlikable series protagonists.