Hi!! I was researching about the book The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson, and while reading the physical descriptions of Edward Hyde in the book, I was wondering about something.
So Hyde is described as "pale and dwarfish", with rough, corded hands, which is pretty straightfoward. But then it says that he has "something displeasing" and "down-right detestable" in his appearance, and that he was giving "an impression of deformity without any nameable malformation".
So how do you think this can be translated into anime/manga?
By Tom Sable
How many of you have seen Godzilla Anime Trilogy? From what I've read, these movies are heavily divisive among the fans and general audience. Me and my friend watched all of them in the same day. There definitely were a lot of flaws we could see, but we could see a lot of merit these movies bring to the Godzilla mythos with fresh, unique ideas and concepts. We made a video where discussed in detail about all three movies, giving our individual scores in each area what worked or didn't work for us, before giving the overall final score:
What did all of you think of these movies? I sometimes feel like that the hate from the general audience came because they were expecting something similar to those two recent American Godzilla movies, with their catering towards "fan service" and entertaining action scenes. Do these movies deserve all the scrutiny they get, or is there something more to them?
The unfinished sketch I did:
Just in case someone doesn't know who she is:
Any recommendation on anime where the character is weak but does epic battles and stuff?