I'm a Seattle native who likes MLP, Doctor Who, Homestuck, and an assortment of other wonderful things.
I have a really hot waiter.Guys he came back with my food and said, “Careful the plate is hot too.” So I asked, “too?” and hE TOUCHED MY SHOULDER THEN MADE A SIZZLING NOISE.IM FREAKING OUT WHAT DO I DO.
wanna know what these all say?
"suck his dick"
The first episode of Attack on Titan was interesting.
It presented just about the right amount of exposition for this kind of dystopian drama. It lets us know that something is very wrong, but it doesn’t tell us exactly what or why. I like that kind of thing because it means we get to find out more, little by little, as time goes on. I like that kind of storytelling because I find it immersive.
The level of graphic violence is pretty high, but it honestly works with this kind of show. It’s not gratuitous if it actually helps to demonstrate a point. The last scene, where the main character’s mother is pinned under a collapsed building and they have to leave her behind, reminded me a lot of a similar scene from an anime movie called Barefoot Gen, which is about Hiroshima’s combing during WWII and it’s immediate aftermath. Most of this kid’s family is pinned under the burning wreckage of their home after the bomb dropped, and he and his mother had to leave his brother, sister, and father behind to burn to death. It was the same kind of anguished resignation that was shown in this episode.
Overall, the art style is pretty cool. Lots of thick lines and a pretty unique shading style.
I think I’ll definitely keep watching and see how it goes from here on.
I’m gonna try out Attack on Titan. We’ll see how it goes.