Anime, Character Analysis

Slime Incarnation and It’s Many, Many Characters

Having an extensive cast of characters isn't normally a problem. Especially not in long-running fantasy epics. If done properly, it can make your world feel diverse and lived in, and it can give the audience many different perspectives from which to view it. But in anime, it tends to be a problem more than a… Continue reading Slime Incarnation and It’s Many, Many Characters

Character Analysis, The Mind of a Character

Kyojuro Rengoku: How to Make Your Audience Love Your Character

*Warning: this article will contain spoilers for the Demon Slayer: Mugen Train film and minor spoilers for the manga.* The moment this dude showed up in the movie, I knew I was going to have to write an article about him. Extreme is a word that describes Demon Slayer very well. Each character has at… Continue reading Kyojuro Rengoku: How to Make Your Audience Love Your Character

Anime, Character Analysis, My Hero Academia, The Mind of a Character

Endeavor: Falling Into and Emerging Out of Darkness

Endeavor. The former #2 now #1 hero of My Hero Academia. And one of, if not the, most controversial character in the entire series. When we first met him, Endeavor was about as far from a positive light as he could get. The dude abused his wife to the point that she nearly went insane… Continue reading Endeavor: Falling Into and Emerging Out of Darkness

Books, Character Analysis, Game of Thrones, Television, The Mind of a Character

Jaime Lannister: Why He Worked and How the Show Ruined Him

Alright. This one is personal. Throughout the entirety of the first book/season of Game of Thrones, no character seems more villainous than Jaime Lannister. The man who betrayed his king and earned the title of Kingslayer. The cocky bastard who seems overjoyed to attack Eddard Stark and kill his men. The man who fucked his… Continue reading Jaime Lannister: Why He Worked and How the Show Ruined Him