Young Black Jack - 11
Why do some characters look so "cartoony"? Is it because they also appear in the source material and have the same art style there?
But there was that one doctor in this episode and he already died so it's not like he shows up outside of this prequel series, right?
But most characters look like e.g. this guy, it's only a few characters that stand out with that completely different art style, so I'm wondering if there's any particular reason for it.
If memory serves I only seen a few in that style mainly those two detectives, key doctors and that guy that got plastic surgery. The Manga might also follow that style with "cartoony" style on some characters as well, but I haven't read it yet to confirm.
If he was old he was bound to die since Hazama is older in those stories.
I don't think so!
>people are watching this and don't know what it is
Many of Tezuka's characters spanning across his various works appear. It's an AU. They even flat out explained one is from Dororo in the ep. If this is one cour they're probably skipping the Princess Knight arc and such.
What >>134651113 meant was why are some cartoony while others like Hazama and other young men and women are a modern anime style. The answer may just be the fujo artist Okuma Yuugo didn't feel the need to redesign older and child characters. It is charming, but I think it does contrast too much.
>If this is one cour they're probably skipping the Princess Knight arc and such.
She's in the next episode according to the preview.
All the references are in the ED.
Oh, hadn't gotten around to watching the recent ep yet. Perfect. And the ED is another reason for people to get it's a bunch of Tezuka characters and not just Black Jack. MAL says there's just 12 episodes, next is last? I really wanted the school flashback arc where Hazama wasn't still completely healthy and needed a wheelchair.
Swordarm? Fine. Grappling hook, smokescreen? Sure, why not. But this takes the cake.
>10 cops can't even hit a quadriplegic man charging at half a meter per second on a wheelchair
That's not a stache.
Yeah, noticed it at the end of the episode.
I love that despite prettying up the characters but you still see a lot of Tezuka character designs.