Deadman Wonderland 6 – Dattebayo Effect & How the Anime Ends
I call this the Dattebayo Effect. Discovered and developed by Professor Naruto, this is a universal law of animu that holds steadfast season through season. Bascially, a main character will break his opponent’s disillusioned view of the world by shouting some pretty inspiring lines. Of course, the other person won’t listen. And what do you do to make others understand your point of view?
Bam. Illusions destroyed, character becomes an ally.
On another note, I don’t know about you, but I’ve noticed a huge drop in the quality of the animation in Deadman Wonderland during this week’s episode, it was almost off-putting. Along with that, some of the close-ups of Minatsuki (above) when she went maniacal are just… odd. Her eyes are all over the place and her mouth twists in creepy ways. Speaking of creepy…
Yeah, he doesn’t seem to be too important to the whole story. But you never know. Heck, this guy ate everything Ganta gave him, even the tray. I bet he’ll be the mastermind behind the whole escape as well as the facilitator. And how do the prisoners escape, you ask? Well, you see, after Ganta dukes it out with some big bad baddie near the end of the last episode, he’ll be dead-tired and collapse on the ground. That’s when fat little Joker over here goes ahead and picks him up. He’ll then proceed to eat his way out of prison, iron walls, gates, and all. What a guy. Who needs Ganta when you’ve got this overweight pig?
Wow. I’m an amazing writer, I should really get into writing stories.