Obsessed enough to think doing a 30-day fandom challenge on this stupid site was a good idea. It wasn’t a good idea and I’m not gonna finish this because the rest of the questions are stupid. Enough of this bullshit.
But the series is good.
comments on foo fighters videos more like
"i dunno i think this song is about kurt cobain"
In the snk universe the people with the most aptitude to use 3DMG are people with lower centers of gravity. This means short people (Levi) and women (Mikasa) have a natural tendency to excel when it comes to 3DMG.
I think that’s pretty neat.
The original question was for the worst fanfic I read along with a link, but that’s a really mean and shitty thing to do. It’s one thing to criticize a production by a studio where multiple people and writers and artists are involved, since the criticism can be directed to the studio as opposed to an individual. I don’t quite like the question.
So I’d rather share the best fanfic I’ve read for the fandom.
Except I don’t read fanfics at all. I only write.
Sorry about that! This challenge thing is getting pretty boring though. At first it was about stuff in the canon like my favorite characters and why, but now it’s pretty boring typical fandom stuff like fanfics and shipping.
I’d rather just talk about the canon work.
Warning! Personal opinion! Tumblr will get mad at me anyway.
Before I watched Kill La Kill I thought it was just some super fanservice show made by men for men that exploits the female body in order to boost viewership and sales.
After seeing episode 3 I thought the show was actually not that and was going to go into a very interesting and more psychological direction. Then we had most of the first half of the series go by without much character development or story development. Finally the story is going places, but at the same time the increase in sexual imagery has skyrocketed, especially whenever Ragyo Kiryuuin is involved.
At the end of the day I still think it is a show made by men for men that exploits the female body in order to boost viewership and sales. It just happens that a lot of non-males in the West enjoy the show because the cultural context that we are in is very different than the one where the show was originally produced and aired.
That’s not to say I haven’t found some parts enjoyable. That’s not to say that there isn’t fanservice that focuses on the male body in the show. That’s not to say that there may even be genuinely great messages and morals to export from the series.
I’ve had fun (for the most part) with the show but I don’t think I can say it’s a good show that I would recommend. I don’t really think it is. But hey, I’ll be here for the ending and I will definitely finish what I started.
I’ve been on this site a lot less regularly (which I consider a good thing in all honesty) but I’ll still do these.
Day 18: The Top Three Things on Your To-Do List if You Suddenly Found Yourself in the Series
Day 19: A “Ship” in the Fandom You Can’t Stand
Yo, fuck the Nahel Argama.
Just kidding! The Nahel Argama is a cool ship.
I don’t like Judau/Haman whatsoever and I think the show, as well as Haman’s character, would have been significantly better without a forced romance plotline with the protagonist.
I just really don’t like ZZ Gundam at all, but you should know this by now.