進撃 の 巨人 海外 人気。 快“進撃”続く『進撃の巨人』 海外アニヲタの反応、和訳してみた

They also did Kakegurui and Dororo as well. If someone gave you the task of creating a new type of monster, could you come up with something with enough potential for storytelling as zombies, ghosts, aliens, etc? I flipped the fuck out when that happened and texted my friend at 1 am about that episode! Kind of a loose metaphor but it's interesting nonetheless. Its success is understandable, but that doesn't make it the best anime ever. Here the villains win more often than not and every rare victory for the protagonists costs them dearly so that they can't even celebrate. If they don't do it, no one will and humanity will eventually fall. They did Dorohedoro last season, which was really good. This is no typical shonen manga where good guys rarely die, are invincible and battles are won against all odds with minimum casualties. The fact that so many characters died, made me realize this was a shonen that was just more mature, and willing to not always let the win. Compelling characters: we admire, pity, or loathe them, but it's hard to be indifferent to their personalities and struggles. I had no idea that AoT was so popular until I had finished watching the anime. Now they are doing Shingeki no Kyojin in 2020. Yet, they constantly strive to be honorable and do the right thing, even if it means resorting to moral grayness at times. The enemy is truly terrifying. What makes Attack on Titan so successful and appealing? Yuuichirou Hayashi, the director of Dorohedoro is going to direct the final season. The characters know, without a doubt, that the likely outcome of their actions is death and defeat. He's a hotheaded, passionate kid with no talents whatsoever. I had not seen much anime before , but I had never seen one so dark and gruesome. Keep in mind, up until this point, I had only seen the 'mainstream' shonen anime , , etc. I think that's the single biggest element for me. You can almost feel the terror that the characters are going through. The fan service and treatment of female characters in a lot of shows irritated me. Exciting combat: 3DMG is unspeakably cool. I got tired of watching anime a while back. But with those come moments of epiphanies, speeches, and triumphs that show all may not be lost. Extreme sense of danger: even very experienced, proficient soldiers aren't safe; looking back, we might say "no-one major died" though I disagree! The titans Isayama created are so perfect with their appearance and demeanor. The danger hits that sweet spot: serious enough to keep us guessing, but not so horrendous as to completely rob us of hope. When I started looking into AoT and discovered how well the female characters are treated by the author, I was instantly drawn to and find out more. I just saw one screenshot from the anime and I was like: " I need to this right now" P. There's also the sense of mystery and adventure at all the secrets of the titans and the Walls and the tantalizing revelations that come out at the end of each arc.。

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