The Detective Is Already Dead has got to be one of my favorite titles to a story in a long time. It really makes you want to experience it, but the anime is a bit weird, you got to admit.
We can all agree that to make a good piece of fiction, you need good characters and a good story. But if you could only have one of them, which is more important?
Higehiro: After Being Rejected, I Shaved and Took in a High School Runaway, or just Higehiro is a great anime airing this season. It is really, really good. It sounds weird and like it would be awful, but it is incredibly wholesome and a contender for my favorite show of the season.
What we’ll be talking about today is the original, and only, adaptation of the Fate route. Studio Deen’s Fate/Stay Night. To put it mildly, people don't like this adaptation.
I don't read a whole lot of manga. It's why I don't talk about it too often. I watch way more anime, and I play way more video games than I read manga. That's why they pop up more. That doesn't mean I don't like it, however. I think it's a more interesting medium than anime conceptually, to be honest. I just don't take much of it in.
I really enjoy stories about androids. They may be done to death, that I'll give you, but I'll just never get enough of seeing how an AI could gain sentience. I just won't. It's the little wannabe philosopher in me that enjoys these stories about humanity so much.