Thoughts on C: The Money of Soul and Possibility Control? : anime
But what's everyone else's thoughts on C? especially with the silhouetted men against the money prints) . Even if it were to imply that assets are of different nature like they are in real life(be it material or relationships or w/e) I still ever seen in an anime, but the end of the series felt like they realized "Oh. C: Control - The Money and Soul of Possibility: The Comple Here are the North American anime & manga releases for July Week 1: July 5 - 11 Anime. Close to the end of the series, before Kimimaro wins his Deal because of the effects of C, Hanabi wears a white, dirtied one-piece skirt. Relationships Edit.
Overall I give this anime a rating of 10, which may seem too high and simply not true, but I guess it all comes down to perspective right? Not everyone believes in the same thing, not everyone sees things the same way.
Some people live for the future and others live in the moment. That seems to be the basic underling philosophical concept explored in this anime, and the fate of Japan depends on how the main characters handle this question.
They certainly could have done a better job at exploring the concept, but for an 11 episode anime you can't really fault them for giving it a good try. Some people will dislike the philosophical nature of this show, they might even consider it to be contrived and convoluted, and an unnecessary addition to an otherwise great anime. It is of course moderately convoluted and hard to understand at points, with small holes in the plot and a lack of some character development.
However, this anime is attempting to explore complex philosophical questions that don't necessarily have one right answer. The core of the story is not economics, in fact it would be pointless to criticize the economic theories presented in this anime, because it is after all a fictional show and the validity of the economic reasoning presented herein is far beyond the point of what this anime is really about. To claim the philosophical struggle between wanting a good present and wanting a good future destroys this anime, is to claim the fundamental foundation of this anime should simply be ignored.
From the very beginning it is clear the underlying basis for this story is a struggle between two different paradigms and ideologies about what really matters in this reality. The economic overlay is simply a fitting way to present those philosophical conflicts and create the framework for a story containing characters who are given the chance to accumulate vast wealth and thus wield great power of the state of reality and the future of our reality.
Even if it comes off as nonsensical babble to half the people who watch it, there is always something you can get from an anime like this, even if half of it doesn't make much sense to you. The story isn't as disconnected and structureless as it may first appear, although it certainly isn't perfect either.
The spectacular art and gripping action make up for any downfalls this anime may have, and you will certainly not struggle to keep watching this anime.
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STORY - 9 The main idea behind this story line involves a hidden world of money and fierce battles so called "deals". The Financial Districts are other worldly realities where only a select few are granted access.
These hidden realities exist in all major economic epicenters of powerful nations, and the people plunged into this world are given an "asset" some sort of creature with which they must fight for the security of their future.
Each "Entre", as they are called, have different goals and motives for fighting these battles. The story line of this anime is extremely unique, nothing else like it exists. That alone makes it worth watching, because the majority of anime made these days seem to lack any true individuality and just take from plots that we've seen over and over again.
While it does have a few small holes, I feel they did an excellent job at fitting so much into 11 episodes.Epic battle music C - Control: Bondage head
There was hardly any filler at all and even though there was a lack of character development they used their time wisely.
I felt that they had a goal in mind from the start and reached that goal in a more conclusive and satisfying manner than most animes are able to achieve.
If you think they strayed off onto wild tangents and didn't seem to know where they wanted to take it, then I would say you need to watch it again and watch it much more closely this time. Although a bit predictable, they did build up the story in a meaningful way to reach their desired outcome. There appears to be multiple counterparts to Masakaki across the different finincial districts. Edit Masakaki is apparently ever-cheerful and possesses what appears to be a playful streak, frequently teleporting and popping around others' personal space unexpectedly.
He addresess everyone with the suffix -sama, either as a form of extreme respect for the Entre or as a way of mocking sarcasm. Masakaki's personal view of the current situation is still unknown.
Whether he is with Mikuni or against him is still questionable, as shown when he gives Yoga a Darkness card, though he says everything he does is an "order from above". It can be presumed that Masakaki operates on a set of moralities completely different from the human norm.
It could be said that he seeks to protect "his" finacial district, which can be seen when he gets irritated and upset by the fact that his American counterpart bounces back the effects of C towards Japan when it was supposed to hit America. Between each district, each Masakaki has a bit of a different personality, though all are playful and ever-cheerful. History Little is known of Masakaki's past.
It seems to be that he has always been the invitee of new Entres, asking whether or not they wish to enter the Financial District. He then teleports him to where this new Entre is.
Later, in the middle of a certain night, Kimimaro wakes up to be interrupted by a visit from a strange gentleman who introduces himself as Masakaki. To get around this, Masakaki leaves Kimimaro a huge deposit ofyen in his bank account, though he doesn't tell this to Kimimaro, who at first assumes that there has been a mistake in the bank accounts. While in school Kimimaro acts distant and contemplates as to whether or not he should use the money.
Eventually he decides to use it.