Guess why we hardly hear about Tatsunoko Productions?
And then we see the usual criticism from anime blogs which seems so right, yet so flawed : the argument that ‘this anime sucks because it’s a <insert length of time here> commercial for <object here>’. Today, I posit this to you : that all anime are nothing more than advertisements.
Plenty of spoilers ahead, but unless you’re living under the most darkest shadow on Pluto, I assume you have already watched the final episode and are still scrambling to put the exploded parts of your brain back together.
Not exactly post 250 , is it?
If you’ve seen the latest episode of Madoka Magica, you’ll come to terms with the fact that not only is Homura the most tragic heroine of the series, but also that she has been travelling endless back and forth in time in her attempts to rescue the magical girls. Now you know why she tries to stop Mami from fighting Charlotte and the girls from ever signing contracts.
But as one
blunt observant soul pointed out, with every repetition she goes through, Homerun seems to not only not solve the problem, but in fact , find that each repetition she goes through only reveals a even darker world : with repetitions that involve Mami going insane and Madoka turning into a witch, it would seem that Homura’s attempt to alter their fates and destinies seem to be failing. That said, what does this show about fate and destiny in PMMM?
Would have been up earlier had I not suffered from a bad case of DDOS.
Welcome back to yet another dose of RegularHealingMagicGirlAnime-1. Once again, spoilers aplenty, so GTFO if you’ve not watched the latest episode yet. (If you haven’t watched a single episode at all, please teach me how you’ve managed to live on Pluto. )