(from Wikipedia, read more about it on TV Tropes) “A Mary Sue is an idealized and seemingly perfect fictional character, a young or low-rank person who saves the day through unrealistic abilities, sometimes with the intent to inspire young or marginalized people and show them that even they can have as great of a potential as leading characters. Often this character is recognized as an author insert or wish-fulfillment.”
I really don’t think so: while Star definitely is powerful -and as of Baby we know that she has a lot of latent talent for magic- she’s far from being perfect, her flaws and shortcomings, and her growth, being one of the main focus of the show, and often cause of the big changes in the status quo. Also, while in early season 1 some episodes featured the classic “Main character does something wrong but doesn’t have to pay the consequences” elements, this changed later in the season; and in season 2, if anything, many episodes focus on the consequences of Star running away from her problems, or refusing to take things seriously (Fetch, Star Vs Echo Creek, Wand to Wand, By The Book, Bon Bon The Birthday Clown), with season 2B (as in the episodes post Bon Bon) featuring some kind of grim reminder almost every episode: being “rejected” by Glossaryck in Raid the Cave, not getting any gratitude from the people she tried to protect in Trickstar, learning that some things are unavoidable and that you can fail even when you try as hard as you can in Mathmagic and The Bounce Lounge.
So no, Star definitely isn’t a Mary Sue-like character, in my opinion.
Why is like not rare for Hinata’s fans to be boys, I mean, a big amount of them are boys and I do understand why. Like Hinata is the perfect wifu, she is quite, big tits, fake innocent personality and obedient af. Perfect material to jerk off on the bathroom.
Oh pure Hinata-sama, how can anyone hate her if she’s so perfect? It doesn’t matter If you don’t have any development at all and your own husband keeps ignoring you. We adore you Hinata-sama. The real heroine of Naruto. Lol
When two island kids crave seafood and serenity, this is what happens: beach, long walks while conversing about nothing and everything all at once, beers, literally ordering food that’s good for five people except that it’s only for both of us, more overthinking and over analyzing.
I saw nine ships lined up by the shore, and it was the creepiest thing. I also forgot my glasses so driving was hell, and my hair was unbelievably messy. My friend cried multiple times because of some scum ex-boyfriend (UGH, men) but she still managed to laugh because hello, she was with me. We’re going to Montauk next week.