Life Lessons Of HxH pt.2
Watched the new Hunter X Hunter anime a while ago.
You should enjoy the little detours to the fullest,
Because that's where you will find the things,
That are more important than what you want.
The Marshall and Spy bit, oh man... the feels this anime invokes. It's crazy.
It's so full of nuances. Of observations on the grand scheme of life.
Like when the old man started fighting, and wondered how long it was since he had been the one to start waiting for the other to attack...
Or when another character is thinking about why Gon comes across as so genuine; so pure, and realizes it's because he doesn't care about what's right or wrong, he's just interested. And yet his morals are pretty thorough, so that's some paradox ain't it...
I meant to write way more here. Memories fade quick.
I had more epiphanies. But it's a great show. It's the second time I watch through it now and I feel like some time in the future I might revisit it yet again. It just... teaches you how to live.
And gives you hope. Lets you know that not everything's black and white after all; not even when its portrayed in as mainstream a media as this.
If you haven't watched Hunter X Hunter yet you'd better. It's good.
Emotional moments, insights, strategy and action all intertwined.
And a fascinating cast - both the good and the bad guys.
It's a rare balance; a rare range of expression and all.