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Harvey Ong's Articles in Anime

  • The Mentally Fractured World Of “Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei”
    The Japanese show “Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei” tells the story of a man named Nozomu, who is suicidal, depressed, and possibly borderline psychotic. His family members and students are no less odd than he is, each one displaying a psychological disorder, with varying degrees of intensity. Some fans have gone on to describe the show's cast as needing antidepressants, anti-psychotics, and whatever.
  • The Anime That Makes Fun Of Itself: “Lucky Star”
    The Japanese anime industry often does not like to make fun of itself, because self-deprecating humor is rarely appreciated in Japanese culture. Occasionally, such things tend to slide by without causing too much of a stir, but up until the release of “Lucky Star,” there has never been an anime that has consistently used the anime industry and its fans as a source of humor.
  • Lost and Found In Adaptation: “Fate/Stay Night”
    Whenever adapting material from one medium to another, there is always the danger of losing something in the adaptation. This usually happens if the original material was in the literary form, such as a novel or a comic book.

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