I know I’ve said this before but when it comes to anime, I’m kind of obsessed, and I’m pretty sure that it is something that I have to get over. I’m not saying I don’t like anime, I totally do, but I just don’t think it’s my cup of tea.
Well, that’s not exactly true. Im not sure if I really get why people like anime, or if it’s really true, but I do think that some of anime’s best characteristics are its ability to create a sense of wonder and wonderment. With great anime, we can learn about things that we have no idea of, and the characters can act like we are in our own little world and can be more open and vulnerable than we realize.
As a matter of fact, I think the anime industry is a lot of fun because we can create characters that feel like we know them but we don’t really. There’s a lot of things that go on underneath the surface of an anime, and we can learn a lot from it.
The same goes for the way daiya no ace season 4 is created. It is definitely a lot of fun to go back and forth from the main character and his friends that we knew to the people that we dont know at all. In the story, the characters will be able to become that we know them from the stories we have read. We can learn things from them about the world we live in and the people around us.
Its a great example of how anime can be just as deep as other mediums, but always without the same amount of fan service and ad-libbing.
In the episode “A New Beginning” we see the main characters, Aoi and Kaneki, going on a date. We see them go into a secluded area, and see a young man talking to them about their relationship. He then appears and tells them that he is a police officer that has been assigned to the island and has been assigned to them to help them out. Then he introduces them to his partner, Chihiro, who is a very smart and kind person.
I just love the idea of a police officer and a man who has been assigned to the island and he comes from a completely different background. In fact, Chihiro’s parents are in prison and he’s basically the only living person on the island. But they both are very nice and caring people, so it’s a pretty sweet send-off to the cast.
So yeah, it’s a little weird that it’s being assigned to the island but that’s really the only twist I would consider. It’s a pretty nice send-off, so I’m just gonna leave it at that.
I love how the entire show is so completely different from the rest of the show. The way the series is shot, the way they portray the characters is so different from the rest of the show. The way they all play their respective parts is so different from the rest of the show, the action is so different, the dialogue is so different, and the way they all play their respective parts is so different from the rest of the show.
I remember watching the first season of the show, and I was just like, “damn, that is the best show ever.” It was so interesting and it was so refreshing. So I was like, “Oh, this show, it’s gonna be so much better than all of the other shows.” And then I got to watch the last season and I was like, “damn, that show just sucks.” It was the same way for the second season as well.