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Violet Evergarden Review

To top it off, Violet Evergarden was a very…..fascinating anime. It contained beautiful animation and moved the hearts of many. Furthermore, it was upsetting to know that she wasn’t treated like a human but a slave for war, and the only person that ever treated her right was dead. So, in the anime, she joins a company that writes letters to people in order to understand what Gilbert meant what he told her, “I love you,” as his last words. Therefore, I would really recommend this anime to those who enjoy a good yet slow story.

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Why do anime people have huge eyes?

In anime, people would always question why anime characters have huge eyes. The answer is: to show more emotion instead of keeping a blank face all the time. It also makes the anime more interesting and dramatic with their constant changing expressions. For example, if anime characters had realistic faces and eye sizes, they wouldn’t express as much emotion and the story wouldn’t feel complete. Therefore, anime eyes are huge because of it’s ability to express emotion. In Japan, there’s a saying, “eyes are the window to the soul.”

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Death Parade Review

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Death Parade is a very fascinating anime with a dark psychological genre. It is about people playing a game “with their lives on the line” to get judged. They either go to the reincarnation cycle or void. In addition, although there are winners to the game, it doesn’t mean the loser goes to void, a dark, empty space. In fact, the game is a tool used to find out the characters’ dark personalities and how they really are. For example, on the outside, they could act nice and friendly while they are actually selfish on the inside. Therefore, I would definitely recommend this anime if you’re into psychological animes!

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Alicization Ending (SPOILERS)

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By the way, if you don’t want any spoilers, SKIP THIS POST!!! For those who’ve finished watching Alicization, it ended with a cliffhanger that caused many fans, like myself, frustration. Eugeo turned himself into a sword in order to protect Kirito and Alice from the grips of Quinella, the Administrator but he died doing so. However, I’m confused on what actually happened. Did the “original” Alice die with Eugeo? Also, Kirito was given orders to evacuate into a different world but did he make it?

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The Promised Neverland Review

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The Promised Neverland a new anime made from a manga. It certainly stands out from all the recent new series coming out. Furthermore, The Promised Neverland brings out a new concept which is differentiates from the rest of the anime industry. It’s an anime about orphans being raised to become eaten when they are “adopted.” However, like steak, the quality of the children’s taste depends on their IQ and psychological state. However, as the children found out the truth of what was happening at the orphanage, they decided to plan to escape with everyone no matter how impossible it seemed. I really liked the story behind The Promised Neverland because it’s different from all the stories I have read and watched. In addition, like most animes or mangas, the author of this one ultilizes the full potential of the story to make it great instead of trashy.

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The Outbreak of Isekai Mangas/Anime

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(Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu)

Ever since last year, there has been a great outbreak of Isekai (transportation/reincarnation) mangas. At first there were the only cliché ones where the hero gets summoned to save the world or something. However, they started getting really popular last year due to the really interesting ones about revenge or have strong main characters. So many have been made that kissmanga even created a tag for it!

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(Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari)

Some really popular mangas (or my favorites XD) include Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu and Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari. Unlike others where they get hit by Truck-kun to be transported into another world to save it, they live their lives separated from the world. (Not really a spoiler) but in both of the mangas they are much stronger than the other heroes they are summoned with due to being isolated and leveling up themselves which also increases their experience with the outside world.

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(Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari)

In Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari, Iwatani Naofumi was summoned to another world as the shield hero with three others whom are the spear, sword, and bow heroes. However, due to him being discriminated against as a shield hero, he was given false charges and casted aside by the King and princess to survive without any of their support. In Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu, Misumi Makoto, was summoned to another world in order to be a hero and save it from demons. However, due to his looks not being to the goddess’s liking, she transported him to the edge of the world to not mingle with her beloved humans.

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(Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari)

In Isekai mangas, although it’d be pretty cool to be transported to another world where you get to run away from all your problems, I believe what the authors are trying to say is that we should be facing our issues rather than be avoiding them. Also, although it can be fun and games, it means abandoning your previous life to live in another one even though they don’t protray it in manga.

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(Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu)

Thus, my opinion on the outbreak of Isekai mangas and animes is that it should continue!! However, I think that they should start making more diverse stories such as the examples above. I feel that nowadays authors tend to be using the same idea and concept but are just adjusting them to “make it their own.”

 

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Seven Deadly Sins P.O.T.S. Review

Honestly, I believe that this is one of the best anime movies I’ve ever seen. (Although I may be a bit biased towards it since it’s one of my favorite animes) I feel satisfied with the storyline, animation, and overall the FIGHTING SCENES. Also, I feel that the movie is a great way to continue the story after season two. (BTW, on Netflix, although it says that there’s three seasons, there’s only two. “Season two” is only an OVA for season one.) However, I also wondered why Meliodas seemed a bit weak in the movie compared to season two. For instance, in season two, Meliodas was able to defeat one of the Ten Commandments easily after regaining his true power and dying once. However, in the movie, he didn’t defeat them as quickly or easily. I hypothesize that the producers wanted to prolong the fight to entertain viewers for a longer period. Thus, Prisoners of the Sky was a pretty very good anime movie if you’re looking for great art, storylines, and fighting scenes!Related image