Psycho-Pass Episode 1 Discussion
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Well I am on Akane's side. Great main character we have. Hope she destroys this messed-up system which can't even tell what's contagious properly, or at least improvises it. Her words had an effect on the woman. She managed to calm her down and that takes skill. People who are hating on her for it, my condolences.
Like seriously? This is what I'm getting on first episode? A HanaKana character being a Justice Bitch again? Fuck this char.
He already said it was only paralyzing her just to ask questions. Not killing her or anything. Yet she shot the guy. Goddamn it.
Stopping someone from shooting a victim is being a justice bitch? and she only shot the guy because he was going to kill her.
I was referring to the Justice Bitch from Akame ga Kill (Seryu Ubiquitous). But you were right and I was wrong, I mistakenly thought that the guy was only wanted to paralyze the girl instead of killing her.
Though I stand corrected that her character is a bit annoying, maybe she will develop better in later episodes.
Stand corrected? Lol. That's just a subjective opinion you have there.
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Oh, rape on the very first episode. I hope rape isn't used as a plot device again, as it is an extremely uncomfortable topic.
The idealistic main character has a point, but if I was in her place, I don't think I would have tried to save that woman. How does she plan to help a rape victim? Her intention is good, but victims of rape very rarely recover and even those who recover are still messed up for the rest of their lives. To make it worse, she is now seen as a criminal, for some stupid messed up reason.
For that woman, perhaps dying would have been for the best.
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The first impression I had with this first chapter regarding anime is very good.
The introduction of all the characters is decent considering that we already met most of the relevant ones. They are all quite different from each other and have a very interesting design.
The design of the environment (the city) and the characters is an exquisite combination, the colors are beautiful (I loved how the eyes of the characters turned blue when Dominator gave orders), all this is beautiful being a set.
This does not always happen but I am interested in each of the characters in this chapter, I want to know more about them and their history, which is difficult to achieve in a show.
The first chapter and we are already asking ourselves questions ... Would it really be appropriate to kill a victim affected mentally and emotionally by the aggressor? Apparently the protagonist Akane is the closest to what we would feel identified in a different world (that's why I managed to get along with her enough).
The ambient sounds are perfect, I am very happy that I decided to use headphones because it was a pleasure.
What a way to start the anime... pretty good. I love every aspect.
In few words: Every aspect comes together in this first episode and creates something very beautiful both visually and audibly. My expectations of the anime are being satisfied with these 20 minutes.
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ꕤ 野草野花 ꕤ
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Definitely a strong first episode! And very interesting premise
I replayed it when Kougami shot the guy. The animation was so gnarly & cool!!!! Also I really like the ED already
ꕤ but i’ll probably remember over and over again
you were there and everyone else was there
— the day we all searched for just one thing ꕤ
Dec 29, 2020 6:43 PM
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Both good and stupid, possessing great potential in my opinion. For one, while certain actions/crimes seem irrational, none of them truly are "irrational" - their study will result in fruition, how can this show blatantly ignore that? For second, I really love the concept of psychological threat-evaluation through technology; great sci-fi play I've thought of plenty of times myself, it's just something you are bound to mull over if you study criminology/psychology. Really wonder what threat-level the main dish is going to have! And now my biggest complaint: what the fuck was wrong with Akane? Now she was irrational in ANY psychological standards and her actions cannot be explainable EVER! They were going to use paralyzers, NOT kill her! In general, she had a threat-level to begin with because of trauma; the sooner they'd put someone like her in custody the better, but no Akane thought it was better to "verbally" talk her into coming with them IN SPITE of the fact that someone was literally fucking blown up next to her - the abrasiveness is unheard of, why were the guns designed in such a psychopathic way? Couldn't they use some sort of instant-kill poison or something? It's a sci-fi world, certainly that wouldn't have been weird or anything. Just intentionally but unnecessarily gory, no other explanation.
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