His death was so heartbreaking to me because of her reaction, and also fittingly poetic. As he represented nihilism, the moment he understood something else, he ceased to be.
It also helped Ichigo grow as a protagonist to see how she dealt with it. I think Ichigo’s always been so empathetic, but when it came to her he turned very unforgiving. Like “oh they all deserved it I couldn’t care less!” (and they did), when she didn’t feel that way towards them herself. Seeing her compassion made him question his own attitude, and I really think this is often forgotten.
As far as the canon ships are concerned, they were there from the start. Orihime always liked Ichigo, and she was always friends with Tatsuki and Chad and yada yada. We were never really shown in depth how they came to be, and it’s probably why Ichiruki is such a popular ship - you got to see their friendship grow from nothing.
And although I enjoyed the endgame anyway, I’m really glad Kubo gave Orihime something like that too. I know Ulquiorra was a shit person. I know. But Kubo could have just focused on Ichigo and the people he got to know, but he didn’t. He gave Orihime a completely different character, but that was also fundamental for her growth, and I’m so grateful for it because she and her influence is so easily overlooked by readers.
Hundreds of chapters later, you know she would never forget about him.
are clearly from the same scene/place. You can see this from the way they’re standing, the lighting, the general way the scene is set up.
It looks like they’re in some sort of hangar but I’m not sure what that thing behind Lotor in the first picture is. At first I thought it was the ship, but it doesn’t really fit:
It doesn’t look the same so maybe a new ship? Did they even have any of the comet left?
But whatever it is the second shot includes what looks like Galra fighters, so I’m guessing this is Zarkon and Haggar going against Lotor, possibly taking away his new toys? The scene is Lotor and his generals looking at something while the scene is shaking like a ship is taking off nearby perhaps… or something just blew up.
Not to be shady but I’d push Zeke ass to the background real quick for some front running Dizzee.
After part 2 it just left me wanting more Dizzee. More from his perspective. Since his story is so metaphorical I wonder at how that would be. I mean of course his story would be told through art as Zeke’s is told through music, which I noticed was a heavy element in TGD. The story is told by Zeke but Dizzee also tells the story through his messages on the train and in this part in a bigger way through the comics. I want them to go back to the beginning solely from Diz’s POV with his own story because he stays away from the group enough to have his own side thing going on. This part highlighted a lot of things I wanna see extended…
His relationship with his parents
His shut down when Thor was locked up
Thor and dizz before the lock up
The relationship when diz decided to face himself and went to stay with Thor
Thor own life story/interest//history/family cause he don’t seem to have a family…
Dizz coming out or not coming out cause this was not the era
More of the revolution
More lgbqt clubs
Even though they one had a few scenes to work with they were able to show a different side of Dizzee in part 2. His temperament with his brothers (knowable about what’s going on even if they’re hiding it yet nonjudgmental - caring - as open as he’s comfortable) his flash of temper, traits highlighting his focus and his determination. Even though in part he was lost, dizz exhibited a lot of confidence in part 2 that he lacked in part 1. I want the story to continue past him find himself to his ambitions as an artist. Of Jaden is at home with a mic in his hand and we see that confidence shine in Diz but Jaden does an amazing job of showing the exuberance and emotionalism Diz has when he’s painting/when he becomes Rumi. And I love that, I love to see him in art wars and how he transitions when it comes to his craft - def since street art was not considered art back then. Hell I wanna see more of Thor’s work. Since I’m a shipper at heart I want them to have an epic love story that last and has a happy fucking ending - none of that ‘most young love don’t last’ BS. I hate that excuse! I want them to have photos of themselves hugged up in the Paint Palace - not just drawings of their alternate egos. I wanna see Diz support Thor in art shows. I wanna see the adult version of them. I wanna see the Paint Palace graduate to their own art gallery. I wanna see one of them propose to the other in a cheesy manner that uses art.
I just want nice things - I deserve nice things.
TGD is def one of those shows that should have a high number of episodes so the characters can be highlighted corrected, but we can’t get that cause there’s not enough fans. In fact I doubt we’re gonna get a season two considering their episodes got pushed down. I really think those 5 episodes were tester episodes in which the fate of the show depended viewership. The production team seemed to think they wouldn’t get another season which is why they went ahead and created those endings - even tho it seems like they had to recycle Jaden’s scene because of his schedule. Which is upsetting because the team doesn’t wanna give up their own fucking show and they had visions for what they wanted to do, they try to be as honest as possible and I’m thankful for that shit.