Nov 10, 2017
Categories:Comedy and Romance
If i tell you what makes an apple you might say a tree. In all honest i reckon that would be a popular answer. Now, another acceptable answer would be a farmer. What caused the tree to be there in the first place? Was it because a farmer ensured proper growing conditions? The point i am trying to make is many things in life have a popular attribute to it. Sure, what is popular is hot and makes sense, but that doesn't mean one needs to constantly adhere to this unwritten rule. Thankfully this anime is a rare leader of a
different path. The power or focus doesn't lie on the male but on the female instead. What will happen? I won't spoil the surprise, sorry. Although, if you are a fan of kind hear-ted pieces you won't be disappointed.
Lastly, i want to note when it comes to episodes another main popular choice of action is to keep the story but change everything else like place, characters and so forth. Again this anime did not give into the fad. Standing its ground rose above the rest for its wonderful use of what i call gap filling. Face it, no matter what animation work is created there will always be transition jumps of some kind. Whether it is a new character emerging into the scene to one leaving. Both the writer and the artist took advantage of this unknown world and attempted to fill-in the spaces creating a second story within the first. Some might be confused so let me explain. Rather that going into my famous examples all i will try something different in honor of the anime and just use the words see the 2017 movie Maleficent.
Why not a 10? Hmm... I did have a couple minor reasons but forgotten most of them. One i do recall was the art. While the portrayal i can understand, i still don't think it sends the right message on female dominance. While i agree dominance is an implied mention of strength, that doesn't mean that one must need muscles to be a dominate. In short the artist showed a butch female rather than a skinny broad.
Reviewer’s Rating: 9
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