Anime, Attack on Titan, Character Analysis, The Mind of a Character

Floch Forster: Devoting Your Heart and Becoming a Devil

*This article will contain spoilers up until the beginning of Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2. If you're not caught up yet, you may want to pass on this one.* Season four of Attack on Titan had a ton of interesting character work. A good amount of which we've already covered. From Gabi's controversial… Continue reading Floch Forster: Devoting Your Heart and Becoming a Devil

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

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

A lot of people point the finger at season eight for ruining Game of Thrones. Rightfully so; that season was legitimately one of the worst pieces of television ever released. It managed to bury practically every plotline and every character. All of the hate it gets is very well deserved. One of the largest complaints… Continue reading Tyrion Lannister: Why He Worked and How the Show Ruined Him

Anime, Character Analysis, Demon Slayer, The Mind of a Character

The Perfect Character Design of Inosuke Hashibira

One aspect of a character that I haven't often touched on is their design. You can glean a lot of a character from how they look, just like in real life. From their clothes to the scars on their chest, their appearance tells just as much of a story as the writing itself. This is… Continue reading The Perfect Character Design of Inosuke Hashibira

Books, Character Analysis, Television, The Mind of a Character, Wheel of Time

Mat Cawthon: The Book VS The Show

*The following will contain spoilers for the first season of The Wheel of Time, as well as the first book in the series, 'The Eye of the World', with some minor spoilers for the second book, 'The Great Hunt'. It will not cover anything beyond those. Newcomers, read with caution.* One thing I will praise… Continue reading Mat Cawthon: The Book VS The Show

Character Analysis, Devil May Cry, The Mind of a Character, Video Games

Dante: Accidental Depth

As a hardcore Devil May Cry fan, I'll be the first to admit that the stories aren't exactly high cinema or anything like that. They're goofy romps that serve the gameplay more than the gameplay serves it. Still, they're plenty fun, and the characters within them are more than memorable. Except you, DMC: Devil May… Continue reading Dante: Accidental Depth