So the OVA with subtitles came out and now I have more questions
So according to the Izuru AI,
But…if it’s Nagito’s dream world, shouldn’t ALL his friends be there? Including Chiaki and Hajime? Actually forget them, shouldn’t his PARENTS be there? Why aren’t they? That just seems really weird and inconsistent. or maybe he doesn’t really love them I’m joking
EDIT: Here’s another question: what happened to the Izuru AI? Was he shut down with the NWP? That seems like it would be cruel and OOC of the SDR2 cast, given everything they went through with AI Chiaki.
EDIT: Here are more questions: do they remember the island? If they do, how did they work past all their issues? If they don’t, why do they know who Hajizuru is? And either way, why do they all like Nagito now when they hated him before?
I dunno. Overall it seemed…underutilized. Like I would have loved a longer OVA or mini-anime of the Izuru AI diving into everyone’s psyches and breaking them out. But instead they crammed it into 25 minutes, and just for one person at that. In the end it felt like rushed fanservice instead of an explanation.
Hey, guys! I’m just popping up here to let you all know I’m alive and well! I’ve just been taking some time off from this blog due to lack of inspiration when it comes to writing your requests (what is muse?) and I needed some time to recover from the holidays.
Anyways, the good news is, I plan on getting back to posting sometime around February… The BAD news though…
I’ve decided that I don’t enjoy keeping up with my queue. So, instead of feeding it and breaking my back to keep it up to 25+, I’m going to back off and start posting just a few times a week. In short, you’ll only get new imagines roughly 3-4 times a week rather than once a day.
I don’t normally engage in fandom discourse, but I see a lot of people saying “I don’t want blizzard to say who the canon lgbt characters are in Overwatch, because I think it’s better for fans to have their own headcanons.” And I 100% disagree.
Representation in a game that reaches people all over the world, many of whom are from a homophobic subculture that might otherwise not encounter any queer characters in any of their other media, is more important than your ships.
Shipping is not why lgbt characters are necessary. They are necessary because real, actual lgbt people exist and now more than ever need to be normalized in media. Subtext alone is not enough. We need to be allowed to exist as more than a head tilt and a wink, as more than something that has to be coded and guessed at like we’re some sort of dirty secret.
basically, If your ship is more important than real life representation on a global scale, I really think you’ve missed the point, and maybe you should think about your priorities. :\
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