Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter! Celebrate another year with MH and read our yearbook.
Manga News: Check out this week's new manga (8/25/14 - 8/31/14).
Forum News: Visit new sections for Nisekoi and Kingdom!
Translations: Gintama 507 (2)
Man, another excellent episode and Killua sure is badass.
Why can't we have already the next episode?
Gon and Killua's friendship and dynamic is always a joy to watch. It helps that Megumi Han and Mariya Ise have such great chemistry. It really comes through in the show. Gotta say I'm liking this arc way more in this version than I did when I saw it through the OVA's.
although there was a lot of skips from the manga discussions ..still so good ..they will run fast i think
madhouse will make this arc so epic...and .. um.. someone heard about nippon studio,????
I'm sad they cut the scenes where Gon & Killua can't pay the bill. I LOL every time reading those pages
Epic epic epic epic epic epic. The voice-acting was perfect through and through, the animation quality... and DAT KILLUA STARE!
Killua has always come off as a more expressive character in the manga, too. Gon's also expressive, but Killua has more facial expressions and gestures, IMO. If this were real life, Killua would probably talk a lot with gestures, and Gon not so much.Quote:
Gon's character is more "in your face" loud, naive and curious to a point of asking questions, more aggressive in challenging people. Gon's pretty much the embodiment of a red oni. Killua's the blue oni, characterized by being logical, informative, and more patient (unless he's overtly dissatisfied with something, then he can be as loud as Gon - and switches to a red oni). But he's primarily a quieter force that no one wants to mess with. But I think Killua's more an extrovert than Gon (who's an introvert), which may explain why he's more expressive overall.
EDIT: I find it really interesting looking at comments on Gon and Killua how they're perceived. Gon is impressive and likeable. He's the protagonist, he's gutsy, he's always doing what he thinks is right, and people generally perceive him very gifted (particularly in nen ability). On the other hand, Killua generally lies low, but when any attention is even diverted from Gon on to him, people latch on to it, and he essentially steals the episode. He leaves a lasting impression, even if he did anything "badass" for a second. Yeah, I fall into this group. I just think it's interesting. *shrug*
Last edited by kindredxiuxiu; January 06, 2013 at 01:11 PM.
Really minor point in the grand scheme of things but I don't understand