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a long and more heartfelt comic because i finished ep.263 and was overwhelmed by what an appalling father heizo hattori is, partially for the way he treated heiji and partially because he never apologised for it
it’s my eternal pain that shinichi isn’t more emotionally open with heiji at times like this so i’m taking things into my own hands
I just realized why Bokuto is so prominently in the
audience for this match, and I’m kinda pissed at myself for only
noticing it now because this is a pretty neat technique and it’s
definitely something writers can make good use of.
tends to use audience member like the choir in a greek tragedy.
They’re there to make sense of the proceedings. They explain stuff,
they mention why things are important, they guide the viewer by being
the everyman themselves.
Bokuto has a very specific use: he’s there to be a mirror. Specifically,
he’s there to mirror Tanaka’s perseverance.
this is one of the defining traits of Bokuto Kotarou. It’s something he himself is aware
of. He’s one of the top five spikers in the country, but he also has
self esteem issues. He’s quick to lose heart.
is alleviated for him at Fukurodani, by having a literal empath as a
setter. Akaashi at all time has a mental percentage list of how close
his spiker is to breakdown and what actions he should perform for best results.
we’re shown, does not have this advantage.
Tsukki does when he passes to Asahi is probably smart, probably also
well-intentioned, but it is very much considered a snub. You can see
this in the reactions of the audience.
One way or another, this
is a personal affront to Tanaka’s pride. Now look at Bokuto
again. He’s looking up at the ceiling, he’s *frustrated by proxy* and Akaashi,
who is so in tune to his spiker’s mood, knows exactly what’s going
on. He’s nervous. He’s worried. He’s fully expecting Tanaka to fall
apart, because that’s what Bokuto would do. He says it himself, he
would have broken ages ago.
part, because who needs empaths when you have the literal sunshine
that is Hinata in your team. But
also, because this is Tanaka and Tanaka’s main strength lies in his
Let’s start by saying that I love all these chapters about Tanaka because, in my humble opinion, we needed to see more of him because Tanaka is one of the greatest Haikyuu characters, and I’ll tell you why.
Before anyone starts saying shit about my son, let me say that yes, it’s true that he’s not a volleyball genius like some players. No, he’s not a genius like Kageyama or Nishinoya. No, he does not have Hinata’s kind of abilities. No, he doesn’t have his seniors’ experience. But he IS as strong as the others, even stronger (and, to be honest with all of you, seeing him go through all these stuff is killing me).
Tanaka isn’t as skilled as his teammates, yes, but I think that’s what makes him even more endearing. Tanaka is your “normal guy”. That guy who isn’t particularly fast, nor physically strong like Asahi, but he’s that kind of guy who you’ll always be able to count on, even when times are hard, and even when he’s down (Tanaka may have done a lot of mistakes, but he still called for Tsukishima’s toss, and GUYS, THAT TAKES A LOT).
I have deep respect for characters like Tanaka Ryunosuke. He’s the only second year who STAYED when practices were too much. He’s that one character who always always always encourages his teammates. And you know what? It takes a lot to admit to yourself that some of the guys in your team are just on another level, and maybe you’ll never get to be like them. Making some mistakes is normal, but the pressure you go through, especially when you’re at Nationals - I dont’ know you, but I wouldn’t be able to bear that. I’d probably pull a Bokuto, and it’d be understandable, but Tanaka.
Tanaka doesn’t. He doesn’t break down (it’s partly Hinata’s merit). He’s proven to be so strong. And I feel so sorry every single time Tanaka compares himself to others and calls himself mediocre, because he’s actually great. He’s so effing great.
edit. Yoh, yes it’s still me. After reading chapter 264 I can’t help but add some more things to this already long ass post that nobody asked for.
Can we talk about the second years and how none of them is worried that Tanaka will break down? Can we? No one thinks he will. Because in their eyes Tanaka is this one guy who tries and tries and tries until things are okay again. He never gives up. In their eyes, Tanaka is that guy who can always pull himself together after a fall down. All the second years think this: “it’s Tanaka. He’s amazing.” They have no doubt that he will be able to score, that he won’t let them down, because they KNOW that Tanaka’s great. He does well. There’s no way he won’t on this particular match.
Also, Tanaka is the simple and earnest guy. That simple, earnest guy, who’s straightforward and Ennoshita admires him for that, you can tell. He doesn’t admire him just as a player, but even as a person too. Tanaka is truly amazing. He’s that guy who’s funny, but takes “things” like feelings very seriously. Find me another guy like that.
So, again, “what’s so good about that guy?” Everything. Tanaka senpai is perfect. End of the long ass post.
A big week in history for exploration of the
innermost planet. On March 16, 1975, our Mariner 10 made its third and final
flyby of Mercury. One day and 36 years later, MESSENGER became the first
spacecraft to orbit Mercury. Next up: ESA’s BepiColumbo, undergoing testing
now, is set to launch for Mercury in 2018.
U.S. and Russian scientists are discussing a
planned revival of the successful Venera program that revealed much about Venus
in the 1960s, 70s and 80s. Meanwhile, Japan’s Akatsuki orbiter continues to
study our sister planet.
There are currently five orbiters (Mars
Reconnaissance Orbiter, Mars Odyssey, MAVEN, ESA’s Mars Express and India’s
Mars Orbiter Mission) and two rovers (Curiosity and Opportunity) exploring
Mars, making it second only to Earth in the number of robotic spacecraft
studying its secrets.
In a little less than six months, our Cassini
orbiter will plunge into Saturn as a spectacular finale to its 19-year mission –
but not before it embarks on a completely new mission into unexplored space
between Saturn and its mighty rings.
Happy belated birthday to Uranus, discovered
on March 13, 1781 by William Herschel. The English astronomer wanted to name
his discovery – the first planet discovered in recorded history – “Georgium
Sidus” after England’s King George III. But he was overruled, and astronomer stuck
with traditional mythological names – creating an opportunity for 263 years of
student jokes at the expense of the ice giant planet’s name.