ControChoices: Resonance Link (Soul Eater)Based on ControChoices by Intrancity
Show: Soul Eater
User's Rating: Mediocre
A.R.R. Rating: Great-Amazing
Opinion: I've made my thoughts on Black Star clear in the past. I think he is the worst of the main characters, as his egotistical gimmick got old really fast. I know a lot of people like the character, and that's fine, I'm not here to change anyone's mind. People always told me that he got better as the series went on, but in my opinion, I think he got worse as the show went on, and one of the reasons is that, to me, the show started to defend Black Star and paint him in a more positive light despite his actions not exactly correlating with the mountains of praise that the show gave him in later episodes. And this episode may be the worst offender of that.
The plot of this episode is that Maka, Death the Kid, and Black Star are learning to combine their Soul Wavelengths together to form a powerful Resonance Link so that they could be powerful en
Soul Eater Manga ReviewThis is a book review for my Creative Writing class for college. My teacher let me use Soul Eater as something to use for this assignment, so I decided to share it with you all and see what you think of it.
Atsushi Okubo’s magnum opus Soul Eater manages to successfully tell a somewhat dark story and give lessons anyone can relate to without focusing on being too dark or being too in your face with its themes. Published in English by Yen Press in New York from 2004-2013, Soul Eater takes the fantasy genre, adds darker themes to the story, along with unique visuals from character expressions to backgrounds. While the story gets contrived and convoluted at times later on in the series’ lifespan, the manga itself still tells an interesting story with a bevy of interesting characters going on the journey with the reader, with their own unique personalities and quirks to make the journey mo