A three-articles set, explaining Lelouch's ability to control his and emotions and stay unaffected by other's. In collaboration with The Vault Publication, who were very kind to share this analysis with their audience on their analytical platform :)

Part 2 is right here

 

Special thanks to The Vault's moderators and editors Jesaya and Brightbier.

A three-articles set, explaining Lelouch's ability to control his and emotions and stay unaffected by other's. In collaboration with The Vault Publication, who were very kind to share this analysis with their audience on their analytical platform :)

Part 1 is right here

 

Special thanks to The Vault's moderators and editors Jesaya and Brightbier.

 

*based on social net conversation*

Floch

"Since no one is gonna say it: Floch did nothing wrong here, he spoke the truth." — another reckless comment passing by in the Internet. 

(Code Geass S2 Ep.21 "Ragnarok connection" dialogue analysis)
 
This analysis was planned a while ago, but accidentally started earlier than planned with an Youtube comment, answering why in the culmination of the series in a dialogue with his parents, Lelouch didn't bring up Mao. Mao was a person who's seen "the world without lies" which could've been important to mentions by Lelouch as an argument. So...
 

Why Lelouch didn't bring up Mao?

 
Wednesday, 29 May 2019 16:40

CGI doesn't attract people (Ajin)

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Still can't bring myself to watch a Ajin Netflix anime. Every time I try, the blood from my eyes covers my vision and I'm not watching it anymore. I clean it with a tissue, but after five minutes the "screen" is red again: blood mixed with tears  O_Q

I'm hiped for the plot though, but maybe in another year, or... another life. When I'll have the Shinigami eyes. Shinigami eyes don't bleed ;)

 

Verdict for CGI:

for those with Shinigami eyes only

 

(1 season “My teen romantic comedy gone wrong as expected”)

Minor spoilers from: ("Back to the Future 1", "Assassination Classroom")

 

It is no secret that most “successful”-looking kids from school find themselves at the society’s dump, or at least at much lower level then they expected to be.