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Hablemos de Beastars, opinión

Hablemos de Beastars [Opinión]

Beastars es una obra refrescante. Situada en un mundo en el cual los animales conviven unos con otros. Sin embargo, este mundo que parece pacifico guarda obscuros secretos.

Hoy hablaré de esta serie, tanto de su manga como del anime.

(Advertencia, esta entrada contiene spoilers)

Knights of the Zodiac de Netflix: Opinión ¿En verdad es tan mala?

¿Knights of the Zodiac de Netflix apesta? [Opinión]

Knights of the Zodiac es una «nueva» serie de Netflix que finalmente ha completado su primera temporada. Vamos a darle una revisada rápida, junto con un review y opinión.

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A single pale Rose y Can't go back: Opinión de los últimos episodios de Steven Universe.

Can’t Go Back y A Single Pale Rose: Opinión

La semana pasada, finalmente, tuvimos los episodios de Can’t Go Back y A Single Pale Rose de Steven Universe. Como ya es costumbre, estos tuvieron revelaciones, pero esta vez fue del tipo sorpresivo. Unas que en verdad no esperaba.

En especial lo que se pudo ver en A Single Pale Rose.

(Aviso de Spoilers)

Dragon Ball Super: Opiniones sobre el Anime

Dragon Ball Super: Opinión del Anime

Finalmente me decidí a ver Dragon Ball Super después de saber de ella. Fue una sesión maratónica de 115 episodios, hasta el momento de escribir esto. Esto es lo que opino de la serie.

(Aviso de Spoilers)

Castlevania (Netflix): Opinión Primera Temporada

Este pasado 7 de Julio se estreno la serie Castlevania de Netflix. Por azares del destino, recientemente nos hicimos de una cuenta de Netflix en la casa. Conveniente, ¿No?

Una de las primeras cosas que hice fue ver la primera temporada. Con apenas cuatro capítulos, es solo el comienzo de lo que se viene.

(Aviso de spoilers)

Death Note by Netflix: Opinion

Netflix just unveiled that they have been doing a live action remake of Death Note for its platform. And I have really mixed feelings about that.

Watermelons and Clusters

Finally, after a very very long hiatus, a few days ago we got to see some brand new episodes of Steven Universe.

In both cases, we were able to see a good involvement of Steven himself and how much «crucial» he is in order to make «things go in the right direction». He is not only growing up, but we are seeing him getting more «powers» to help and aid himself.

Super Watermelon Island

In this episode, we were able to see what happened to the watermelons to what Steven had bring to «life» and therefore expelled from Beach City. Considering that the time it has passed since such events, I am surprised how «fast» they have settled themselves and even have had alternate life forms (I mean, you see a dog and some chickens there minimum).

We do not know how well they will do after some years from here, but on some short of events… it may sightly explain why kind of people like «Onion» exists around.

Even so, if you think carefully… you may say that the effects to the world of certain Gems (aka: Rose Quartz) is much more relevant than it looks at the bare naked eye.

We already know that the gems have changed the course of the history itself… but now imagine that some of them «helped» some species to evolve and then become capable to fully interact and adapt to the human life… that can be totally mind blowing.

The other aspect with it is the fact that Steven can «posses» any watermelon person at will. Of course, while he is sleeping.

This kind of power has proven to be very handful not to only know where Malachite was, but also to communicate -properly- with the other watermelons and convince them to fight.

This kind of power, if Rosa had it, could have been proven to be very useful for her (and even for Steven) because might allow then to gather information in ways no one else could imagine… better than have a camera and a micro with your spies… haha.

The third important element on the episode is Malachite. We saw her going free and even overpower Alexandrite when they fight each other. Both minds (Jasper and Lapis) working together for a same purpose. It can be scary.

But the key moment here is that they got separated. Not bubbled. The gems managed to keep hold of Lapis and lost Jasper, who for sure is still very much alive.

She, Jasper, will for sure come back at a some point back at the history. She for sure will not just disappear like nothing. Not given her nature and behavior.

Gem Drill

And because of what happened in this episode, I am totally for sure that Jasper will come back when Yellow Diamond do its come back, or any short of force she may have been sent to Earth.

Why I say that?

Well, like we saw in «Message Received», when Peridot totally betrays Homeworld; she knows that the cluster will for sure emerge soon… and is likely that she may want to ensure that it happens.

As a cruel path into the destiny, Steven only managed to «bubble» it (more on this later), what just made the cluster yet a persistent threat to Earth, awaiting to be awaken once again. And I know that Yellow and Jasper will play a important role back then in an attempt to bring back the cluster.

And with the event of the cluster we were able to see in a magnified way, how the gems deal with some kind of problems.

Gem are unable to deal with abstract problems, no matter from where they do come. With Peridot, we had a glimpse on how the society works in Homeworld… where we basically had the impression that she had no kind of good memories from there, and that she started to «feel alive» at Earth.

In my own opinion, I have the feeling that gems are unable to understand truly the feeling, and things like the mental states of other gems, and therefore help them.

For them, problems need to be black or white, and something that is easily identifiable. If it is something abstract, like an idea, they can’t understand it and therefore they do not know what to do.

This is where Steven becomes a key element. This is because he, as being half human and raised along humans, is able to deal with abstract problems and therefore help «gems» in ways no other could.

We see this kind of mental distress with the cluster itself. And even with some shards as Peridot points out «They are broken beyond repair». Yes, they are literally broken and can’t be put together like one again… but also, its «mind» state is like that and they are trying to fix such issue… that is why they are beyond repair, because they do not know how to help such thing… such abstract problem.

We have seen Steven deal with the Centipede and even managing to have him hep them out. That is not a little feat. Specially if we consider all the «corrupt» gems to be no more than creatures with high stress, distress and problems to adapt to its new environment.

Rose said it herself, that the things go really fast on Earth. Meaning that she even had issues trying to adapt to the ever changing world, after all… they did come to a place where things maybe were moving to a different pace.

That created chaos along the mind state… and if they do not know how to deal with it, then problem arises. Maybe this happens only to gems that wander alone, we do not know.

So then, with the Cluster, Steven was able to make itself realize that it was many gems together… that it was many shapes and mind together and that they needed to see that instead to attach to an old idea to reform and seek for its missing pieces.

One can even see it as a way on how the mind evolves… as once the cluster realizes that its world has changed forever (and that it can destroy what they once protected), it decided to bubble itself… helping them in a way that maybe any other of the gems would not have ever guessed to do.

In this case, abstract ideas can then help much more than just punching or drill something. A concept that gems are hardly to fully understand.

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