- Oct 25, 2017
You never expect him to end up being one of the most sympathetic and best characters in the series when you first see him. It just sneaks up on you and punches you in the heart. Also good point about robbing the girl of her own growth. People go through a lot of hardships, but ultimately learn from said hardships. She clearly hadn't learned due to not learning the truth.that's fair. i haven't really watched any of their recent adaptations , but yeah they do use a ton of filler. i was thinking of it more from an animation perspective, as I think Pierrot produces some of the best animation in the business (when they want to, they have their fair share of bad looking episodes too). Jujutsu Kaisen isn't that far along though, which would give me hope that they wouldn't do filler.
Toei, I agree is not a great studio to send stuff to these days...I think they're at least getting better at managing the One Piece anime...from a visual perspective. Pacing is still horrendous which is the reason I don't watch the anime outside of 'big' moments.
Anyways, if there is an anime announced for Jujustsu it's hard to go wrong with Studio Bones
i wasn't expecting his background to be like that. to be honest, i don't even think i agree with what he did (not the beating up part, the not telling the girl the truth part). I feel like that girl had a right to know the truth and he kind of robbed her of her own sort of character development? I know when I got cheated on it caused me to reflect and undergo some personal growth.
but the fact that he stuck to his principals and endured all that ridicule and wouldn't apologize, sticking to his own morals, i can respect that. I like how we are shown that his world is opening up when he stops hiding and that there are good people in the world if you look for them.
also screamed when he told that girl to shut up. like fucking get it Ishigami!!
idk how this manga is so consistently good and funny lol
the fried rice chapter had me rolling too