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Offline Karen

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Tokyo Ghoul
« on: March 24, 2016, 03:29:33 AM »
Okay, so anyone like "Tokyo Ghoul"? Had to admit, it's not the type of series I usually go for, but I enjoyed it. Actually found myself sympathizing with Kanaki and some of the other ghoul characters, as hard as I tried not to. The last episode had me in tears.  :'(

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Re: Tokyo Ghoul
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2016, 05:59:31 PM »
So I just marathoned the manga in a day and a night. The first series is pretty good, although Tokyo Ghoul:Re suffers from Code Geass R2 syndrome. I didn't expect it to be so gory and psychological. Had me on edge the entire time, first majorly sympathizing with Kaneki and eventually being pretty repulsed. I really loved the brilliance of reviewing the protagonist's past with the present-day protagonist and a figment of his imagination talking about it. The breakdowns with noun salads and literature quotes were majorly entertaining, capitalizing on how the protag was an English major initially.

Then... Re. Meh. A lot of opportunities kinda got lost. Amon and Kaneki had a fascinating dynamic, and it would've been awesome to see them collaborate. Instead, we got Arima and Kaneki. Taki-something-or-other became a recurring villain motivated by mom-loved-you-best syndrome. We got our new team of nakama when we all really want Touka back. The author obviously ships Hinami and Kaneki but I am so uninvested in Hinami. There's so many characters that the story has become weak at what it was great at: showcasing humanity rather than good v evil.

Finally, what the frig is it with this mangaka and cats? Did a cat maul him as a child? Because each time we see a cat, it's because the mangaka goes "surely kitty-murder is the best way to show my character is *really* distorted, but not irredeemably". Never dogs or birds.
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Re: Tokyo Ghoul
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2020, 02:57:42 PM »
Tokyo ghoul could be very interesting, I’ve most effective study the English translated volumes(simplest four) however the anime absolutely faster, but haven’t seen enough to compare the 2. as a sequel is going, it continues sui ishida’s psychological writing. i think that its a terrific sequel thinking about the messed up-ness of Tokyo ghoul. but that is a bias opinion, so I’m sorry if this wasn’t beneficial, or you ever shape a contradictory opinion.

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Re: Tokyo Ghoul
« Reply #3 on: January 28, 2022, 06:50:42 AM »
Really intersting to know that! Tokyo Ghoul is a huge top pick among the anime reliable. Its awful story of the youthful, guiltless Ken Kaneki pulled at the heartstrings of numerous who associated with his contribution in a strict character battle while its guarantee and conveyance of ferocious conflicts and perverted scenes pulled in numerous others.

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Re: Tokyo Ghoul
« Reply #6 on: April 08, 2022, 07:37:35 AM »
Loved the plot, and how much of Kaneki's actions kinda are similar to our choices in reality. Not sure if I can explain it properly, but basically I'm saying that I love what Rize says to Kaneki when she told him that every bad thing that happens is not based on luck, fate, or destiny, but rather a combination of one circumstance with another, and that WE are the ones that create those circumstances. sonnerie telephone

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