The revered “god of manga’s” last unfinished masterpiece…this is a critic’s deathtrap, isn’t it?
Allow me to be the first to say NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hmmm, I wonder if his sneezes are louder than mine?
Well this was interesting information that I want to show this review to my sister and have her watch that ending before she goes to bed. Don’t worry, she’s innured to things like that, considering she watched an anime of a boy being sent to a crazy prison with a death row collar and had to go through this bat-crazy obsticle course with blades and other hazards to kill him and the other prisoners while the people come and watch, apparently not knowing what it truly is. So I have faith in her not being disturbed.
Lol. She got better. I am sufficiently amused.
Never heard of this before, but it’s good to know. Might check it out sometime :) Nice review, JO
Honestly JO, this is exactly why I think being so cynical about entertainment is a bad idea.
It causes people to lose themselves in pointless attacks against an arbitrarily defined “bad form” and not enough thought about content or, for that matter, simple yet profound emotion..
Yes, this is very much like a myth or fairy tale with a moral message. And what’s so wrong with that?
I don’t think that, say, Greek myths need to be rewritten or readapted to fit modern sensibilities when they were going for something very different and, in fact, far more timeless than tired film criticism. Neither does Tezuka’s works, despite its flaws, need to be forcefully upgraded to fit the whims of people who would likely be incapable of writing anything remotely similar in terms of impact.
Ozamu will always live on as the god of manga :D
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