Quote by angelxxuanhave to
be careful with this one due to the whole entire spoiler thing
You're right, I edited my post XD
Since the manga and anime have been out and finished for a while, I assumed some things were more or less widely known
by this point.
Quote by Blue-CrescentYes
indeed Pande-chan. Kagome's the reincarnation of Kikyo. Basically, the reincarnation of her own grandmother. Rumiko
Takahashi, maker of InuYasha said that Kagome's family is from a lineage of priests and priestesses. And in the family
tree, Kagome is related to Kaede and Kikyo. That's why Kagome seems to have a rivalry to her grandmother over InuYasha's
Ooh, I get it now, thanks for the explanation <3 There seem to be quite a few anime series
out there with miko inheriting their positions from their mothers/grandmothers. What powers does Kagome have anyway,
aside from the "sit, boy" command? From what you're saying it doesn't seem like she'd be able to fend for
herself in battle (lmao @ "Oh Kagome, please! Just start shooting arrows. T.T"; everyone's fighting with magic
and all she has are arrows?!)
Quote by Monu-chanI would
love if Madhouse had created another small season of Cardcaptor Sakura (At least of 12 episodes) after the last movie, I
really wanted to see a date of Sakura and Syaoran and some Happy times of Sakura :D
There's no date
episode?! :o There are a lot of images of the two of them together in a romantic way (just look at all the walls on MT),
I assumed they get close and start dating eventually. How old are they, anyway? They look like pre-teens to me. Maybe
CLAMP wanted to avoid the issue of kids falling in love/dating?
As for Dengeki Daisy, I think that's just the mangaka's style. I remember reading Beast
Master and most of the manga wasn't made of lovey-dovey scenes (it just made the ending cuter, though!)
Ooh I saw some pics of Chihayafuru and the animation/style looks beautiful! Would you recommend it? :o
For a manga example, I'd change the Sentinel subplot in the Franken Fran manga. The Sentinel is a man that asks to be
genetically enhanced by Fran in order to be able to work as a vigilante against a corporation (?) that did something to
him or his family (haven't read the manga in a while so I'm a bit fuzzy on the details).
Anyway, the whole thing is a commentary on how vigilantism isn't OK because power and consequences can't be pinpointed
to only one person. Sentinel also loses control of his powers/mind at one point so another Sentinel is created, then another, then another etc.
The subplot dragged on for far too long IMO, and back when I was waiting for a new chapter it was disappointing to see
that it was another Sentinel one (the Sentinel chapters didn't come out one after the other, they had long breaks
in-between - though the manga itself is fairly episodic in nature).