Hi :3 Yes it is persona 5 :) Oh nice :D I have also played persona 4 golden. But I have not passed it yet. Cause it was damn hard! :P That's why I love the persona 5 royale more :)
Oh Yes! I have seen the new one :3 I am waiting for season 3 to come so that me and a friend can watch it together :3 We alwatys find an anime to watch.
you have my full attention, please accept my friend request so i can give you my discord :)
I guess not all girls the same my body it feels like Anger
how soon do you want to chat with me
I don't recall a duelist by the name of Mario or Luigi in OG Yu-gi-oh!, but I do find the pair of plumber/mushroom kingdom defenders charming.
Mario and Luigi
Thank you for writing!!!! Don't worry about the DM stuff, I'm the other half of my 90s generation who got in late to the internet and still doesn't understand social media, so this is still very new to me. Just imagine my 'OJO' face when I found out there were socials for all types of fans, but I digress. Yes, let's do Walls, whatever this stuff is called. If I can understand it, it works.
I read Gantz in 2018; it was wonderful. I feel that it took humanity's most repressed and/or worst traits and let them hit overdrive while pairing it with beauty to match it. It felt optimistically pessimistic and pessimistically optimistic at times, a true oxymoron. I love to hear different and eloquent opinions on Gantz because it enriches the experience. For me, I really liked the main character for some of the reasons you disliked him actually, haha. For me, he is an accurate representation of the highschool guy who isn't a jerk. This type of guy wants to sleep with hot women/men or find a girlfriend/boyfriend they can sleep with and emotionally be intimate with over time. I've met these guys and girls, no lofty goals about them. What was striking about him, though (in my opinion), is that he took the stereotypical person I described, and took it to overdrive. That's why kurono was such a horndog, to practically illogical levels (hedonism, I think it's called). However, when he started taking responsibility, I really enjoyed him. As for his fearlessness of death upon losing a woman and his codependency, I totally agree on his codependency, but I think I get his recklessness. When you hit some form of emotional rock bottom (I speak from my personal experience and do not wish to generalize), you feel overcome with no fear towards anything...because you feel that you can't sink any lower emotionally. To a certain extent though, I also felt the same as you. Why would he throw everything away so needlessly? He jumps to slice a God and dies, and nothing was left of him, so yes, codependency on the mark, and maybe even shade towards the glory cultures love to attribute to self-sacrifice. Do you remember how empty it felt after the gods disintegrated him? No glory there.
I loved the old man; he brought sensibility to everything. I love the onion family too. That's when you knew something was up with the Gantz system. Same here, I loved how wacky the ending was. The worst traits of humanity + overdrive = a death game with bidding.
I found Inuyashiki so touching. His resilience is what I admire. An old-looking man, despite his real age, the callousness of a family, a job just to make ends meet, and a terminal illness. He meant to me: If I had a second chance, what would I do now to make things better? It really put things into perspective. He found a life's purpose for himself. I enjoyed his mechanical jesus stuff because it really put his innate goodness on blast, while contrasting with the ignorance and ill recklessness of Ishigami. To me, their godlike abilities made sense because, in my head theory, the aliens reconstructed them, and wanted to see what would happen if they "let a few gods loose" on earth. Would they torch the planet or save it? I agree on the daughter thing.
I love both of them. Gantz wanted to display humanity at its best and worst, and Inuyashiki was about posing the ultimate question of "What happens when a human becomes god?". I can't choose. Did you ever read the Gantz spin off by the way? The one with the girl protagonists?
TLDR: I love them. Social media meh. I like Kurono. Inuyashiki is a fun, intellectual what if. Thank you so much for the thought provoking brain food.
oh sounds fun!! but we can talk on each others wall, it doesn't have to be dms :3 (dms make me anxious, i feel pressured to respond asap TvT)
gantz was really, really good. i loved the weird ass chaotic ending. but i really disliked the mc. his motivation through the entire series was saving/being with a woman. and when he loses a woman he loves he loses his fear of death, it felt dumb and empty to me. they don't even bring up this codependant behavior of his as some kind of flaw or something he can build and get over through character development. but everything else and every other character i really, really liked.
my fave char was probz (beside the mc's best friend) the old man, and then the onion kid and onion dad. the first "villain' of the manga was the sweetest and saddest ironically
knowing how isoniationist japan is, i wonder if it was some kind of meta commentary on immigration?
my fave from the mangaka though is inuyashiki
its my second favorite anime and i adore inuyashiki with all my heart, he is such a sweet protagonist and i loved his motiations. they were so grounded and real. the only thing i didn't like was his ability to bring back the dead, and i think him not being able to save his daughter would have been a better route.
i mean his body was a war machine, not some kind of mechanical jesus suit
which did you like better? gantz or inuyashiki?
I opened an account, hi!!!!