Are only girls working in those construction sites?
Or do the construction sites symbolize constructivism, as in the world around Sumika and Kureha just a bad present state of affairs. The intention of the birds and the invisible storm are not natural and needs to be abolished or transformed.
Yes, this has to be what those too thought in their last moments, reflecting their love. Waiting for the bears to someday destroy their personal paradise.
So I never watched any previous Ikuhara work, is this going to all come together later to form some thematically coherent narrative or are is it just going to continue like that and we're supposed to interpret it ourselves?
Thanks, I wanted that ringtone.
Considering how the show's about girl-eating bears, would you still watch it if it was
Utena and Penguindrum felt like they had a coherent narrative from the start, and relatively grounded characters to follow. This one isn't even trying to be "real" at all, so it's hard to say if anything will come together later.
>Mitsuko will never protect you from evil lesbian bears who want eat and possible even rape you
Utena and Penguindrum were far more focused on the characters at first, while YKA has been focused on the thematics from the start.
I really wish this had 24 episodes, to ease into everything.
Mitsuko is literally a girl-eater.
Is there even one girl she didn't make out with?
Why do people defend her?
Beaver was just a stepping stone for Mitsuko, nothing wrong with fucking and then killing her
You can listen to it online.
What will happen when Lulu tries to eat Kureha?
Ah well, captcha spoiled it.
Ginko will hit her
What else can make her this angry?
Why does everything that even nods in the direction of yuri turn into existential narcissistic drivel? Just once I would like a romance between two girls that doesn't imply that they're both trapped by their feelings and will eventually die sad and alone or turn to dust.