Wait, how did he get over Kamina's death?
I don't understand.
>He remembered one of Kamina's lines telling him to believe in himself
What part about believing in the you that believes in yourself is so hard to understand? Also Lagann appeared when he remembered so like, fuck, that's it.
Don't think, feel.
Because he realized that Kamina will live on in his heart, and on his back!
If Getter Robo was so good, why did it copy Gurren Lagann?
Wow what a jobber
>pleb posts ifunny as a meme to prove his point
You're just as bad as that fag is
>believe in the me who believes in you
>believe in the you who believes in you
First Kamina tells him to trust in him. Then he tells him, after his growth as a person, to trust in himself. First he indirectly tells him to believe in himself, then he says it more directly. During a time of stress when a loved one was in danger Simon truly understood.
It was a perfect storm: Imaishi with his craziness, Nakashima writing, Gainax (that pretty much created Imaishi possible in the first place) and the good animators that Gainax had.
Too bad I don't see anything like Gurren Lagann happening again anytime soon. Trigger is lazy and isn't nearly as talented as Gainax once was, and Gainax itself is dead and its good people scattered in other studios.
Its enjoyable. Nothing really has stuck out to me as good aside from episode 8, but nothing particularly terrible except for Simon's awkward development. I'm about to venture into the infamously worse timeskip though. Kinda wish they took Simon out completely and just had a bunch of random humans stealing shit and rebelling against the Spiral King. Stupidity is even cooler with teamwork.
I'm not going to claim anything in the show was great, because it wasn't by any means, but "forced" is an acting criticism referring to someone actually forcing themselves to do something instead of naturally doing it. The word you and a million other morons are looking for is "contrived".