The Blackcloak Posted March 29, 2006 Share Posted March 29, 2006 (edited) Απλά, ποιο πιστεύετε ότι έχει τους πιο άρρωστους χαρακτήρες και γιατί; Στο Berserk να συμπεριλάβετε και το manga, αφού σημαντικότατα κομμάτια της ανάπτυξης χαρακτήρων έχουν κοπεί στο anime. Καλύτερα να απαντήσουν όσοι έχουν ασχοληθεί και με τα δύο. Μη διαβάσετε τα παρακάτω αν δε θέλετε πολλά spoilers. Σε ξένο forum πήρα την εξής απάντηση: Berserk characters are nuts, while Eva characters are just a bunch of angsty teens. Sure, they have miserable pasts, but come on, they're fourteen, of course they're going to act wierd. Προηγουμένως είχα γράψει: "Two great anime with mentally disturbed persons as both protagonists and antagonists. For those of you who have seen both series, here is a question "Which of them has the most insane characters, qualitatively and quantitatively?".You are also free to compare various other facets common or different in Evangelion and Berserk. For instance don't you think that post Eclipse Casca is a lot like Rei and that Griffith and Shinji are polar opposites(in the sense that Shinji doesn't have dreams because he is afraid to dream and thus is almost unable to create a New World when the Instrumentality Project takes place(I refer to the end of the tv series and not to the End of Evangelion) , while Griffith is so focused in his own dreams that he is willing to sacrifice his entire World in order to accomplish them ). The Apostles of Berserk are also a lot like the Angels of Evangelion or not?(I hear that in the original japanese version of Evangelion the word used to describe the Angels is more accurately translated as "apostle"). The Idea of Evil is similar to The Collective Human Subconscious in The End of Evangelion? Gutts, in his core, is in my oppinion a lot like Shinji, considering that he is emotionally underdeveloped, feels awkward when forced to be with other persons, has an insecure attitude towards women (at least towards Casca) and his job of ceaceless slaughter twists him and drives him Berserk. Gutts wanting to rape and slaughter Casca (the person he fought so long to keep alive) in order to foster his hatred and thirst for revenge towards Griffith, as his inner demon emerged? Well in Berserk, just like in Evangelion, there is almost no main character without mental health issues and the central figures(Gutts, Griffith, Casca, Farneze, Serpico) of the story seem to be the most overburdened in this department. Beating and raping Casca in Gutts' case is weakness. He fought a thousand demons to save Casca and is willing to kill her so that he becomes a mindless fighting machine, unrestrained by human emotions. He is afraid to go through the human predicament of having to care for someone who is weak and almost totally helpless. Instead he finds it easier to do what he had done during the past, slaughtering mindlessly. So he wants to get rid off the burden (Casca). It's the same as Shinji. Instead of caring for others, he finds it easier to do what he has always done, aka inflicting punishment and/or deriving pleasure on/from himself alone, isolated from other beings, while at same time he asks for help that is unwilling to accept. Μπορείτε επίσης να συγκρίνετε και άλλες πτυχές των δύο αυτών καλοφτιαγμένων και σκοτεινών anime(αν και το καθένα αποδίδει αυτη τη μαυρίλα με δικό του τρόπο). Edited March 29, 2006 by The Blackcloak Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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