The Untold Story of Altair & Vega seeks to get to the heart of as many matters as possible, using as many words as possible, with anime as its vehicle. If the journey to enlightenment were a trip down the river of knowledge, Japanese cartoons are the boat in which we row.
Here is our latest in shipbuilding.
For this post, I’d like to talk about Zankyou no Terror. Specifically, I’d like to talk about how it handles its narrative visually.
A harem anime doesn’t always have to mean that there’s a hapless idiot constantly falling into different girls’ breasts. And some of the best anime-story tricks that come from harem genre series can be repurposed for something a little less clichéd.
Or maybe it’s puberty. Or jealousy.
My own personal chuunibyou,
Man, substitution ciphers are the best!
C’mere! Gimme a hug!