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Tokyo Ghoul (A Review)

Ghouls.  Humans.  A world gone mad and a boy caught between two races.  Ken Kaneki, due to an unfortunate accident, has his human body combined with the parts of a ghoul.  Ghouls live like any normal human, look like any normal human, and act like any normal human aside from one fatal difference—ghouls eat humans.  Kaneki, suddenly neither fully human nor fully ghoul slowly must become aware of what exactly it means to be both human and ghoul and, ultimately, become aware of his place in the new world he’s been vaulted into.

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Posted on Tuesday, September 30th 2014

Amazing blog!!! What you think about the end of Zankyou no horror ? I'm completely shocking,it was such a great anime.have you heard the soundtrack?! It's completely beautiful, I ended crying hearing all the songs! I so sad...:(,the last words of nine broke my heart (sorry for my English I from Peru )

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Ah, the end of ZNT was about what I hoped it would be, honestly.  Considering the way that the series was written, I really didn’t think that it would end any other way, but I was rather saddened by it.  I think the part that hurt the most, and I know a lot of people are in the same boat, was how Nine reacted to Twelve’s death.  It didn’t make sense and was absurd (you shoot the guy with the remote to the bomb), but that’s exactly what they were going for, that emotional break, and that was just plain awful.  I was very sad Twelve died, don’t get me wrong, but Nine’s reaction just made that even worse.

Shibazaki’s reaction did to, especially as he was the one who figured out that they weren’t ever going to hurt anyone.  In the end, they wanted someone to remember them but due to their actions, only two people would remember their stories and their motives.  That gives even more weight to Nine’s words.  It was incredibly heartbreaking.

Buuuut…I wouldn’t have felt satisfied with the ending if it had ended any other way.

And yes, I have heard the soundtrack, and Yoko Kanno is amazing.  If you enjoy the soundtrack to ZNT then I’d suggest looking up other soundtracks she’s done. The Escaflowne and Wolf’s Rain soundtracks are along the similar genre, sweeping orchestral music, but one of my favorite soundtracks by her is the Kids on the Slope soundtrack.  Oh, and Cowboy Bebop.

It was a very good show.  I hope that the creative team behind it works on something else in the near future!

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Posted on Sunday, September 28th 2014




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Shibazaki was my favorite character from this show, and that&#8217;s because he&#8217;s possibly one of the most important characters (along with Lisa) in the sense that he is the one who will for certain remember Nine and Twelve, which was the whole point all along.  I love that.

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Shibazaki was my favorite character from this show, and that’s because he’s possibly one of the most important characters (along with Lisa) in the sense that he is the one who will for certain remember Nine and Twelve, which was the whole point all along.  I love that.

Posted on Saturday, September 27th 2014

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