Another character analysis revision. I've stated before that out of the members of Team 7, Sasuke Uchiha is the least aggravating character. That sentiment still stands. Out of all of them, Sasuke is the one who's not sugar-coated by overrated ideals, annoying ignorance, or blatant favoritism. While he does have his issues in characterization, compared to the other three, Sasuke Uchiha is like a breath of fresh air in the midst of urban smog.
TO BE CONTINUED...
Dragon Ball Super: Broly has been doing awesome since it came out. I went out and saw it yesterday, and am itching to see it again. I love Broly, I love Cheelai, I love to see them together--but that's not the topic here. I want to express my opinion concerning two particular Saiyans that have a very close connection with our main protagonist: Bardock and Gine.
Bardock, famously known as the father of Goku, has been represented as a typical Saiyan for years, bloodlust for battle and a cold-hearted killer through and through. In the English Dub, there was an attempt to make Bardock go through some sort of redemption, and whether you hate it,
My 2 Cents on Naruto Characters #3: Naruto Uzumaki
I had a journal about this guy years ago. But it's outdated and I felt it's time to renew and give a more wholesome observation on this ninja icon.
First off, Naruto Uzumaki is still a character I have love-hate feelings towards. If I were to arrange which Team 7 character aggravates me the most, Naruto goes back and forth with Kakashi, whereas Sakura remains number one (the only time she is #1 in my book). My biggest issue with Naruto is just how overly idealistic he is. When creating a character, one expects them to be realistic and believable. Not realistic in a sense that they would exist in our world per se, but in the sense that they'r