only started wathcing this accidentally as I am NOT an anime/manga fan. Know next to nothing about the genre as it overall doesn't interest me that much
but holy shit this was good!
Its a long involved story arc with plenty of fascinating characters who truly change and learn and grow over time. The character development is top notch.
There are characters that you are certain are evil incarnate, then you get to know their back story and its like..fuck...I totally get why this person is acting they way they are!
its complex and involved story telling. My only complaint is that it could have been told in fewer episodes. but whatever.
EDIT: wanted to add it really dealt with some very serious heavy issues like genocide, PTSD, and corruption in government as well as challenging personal ethical choices
The Trump russia thing is weirdly parallel to a major plot line in FMAB, I couldn't help but notice
Like, they've got this shit on lock.
Instead we're just having a bunch of stuff fly up and down based upon peoples opinions, and god knows how many reposts because people want to be the 'first' at getting a trailer uploaded.
After Season 1, I thought it couldn't get better. But after watching the first 2 episodes of Season 2, my stomach hurts so much.
My god this kind of shows deserve so much more hype, fans, viewers and everything it goes with it. This is real comedy, great TV, blended with a mix of mystery when solving the supposed crime of Lavinia Peck.
Watch Trial & Error, you will not regret it.
So, there have been plenty of interesting threads here about people favorite villains and what made them so memorable.
However, I wanted to focus more on what made certain villain so loathsome and actually helped to elevate a show in regard to the conflict between a hero and villain.
In your opinion, which villain committed the worst action that you have ever seen in a show?
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