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Posted 3/1/13 , edited 3/1/13
Episode 19 ......3 more to go ......

Indeed a lot more analytical ,intelectual and some emotional stuff happening here .

I am


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Makishima's character is written well.Although we only know bits and pieces of who he was, I would be interested to see that , but we see alot of who he is from his talk to others.
Now I am rooting for him to destroy Sybil and create chaos lol.

but I am still wondering about Kogami's vigilante desire to kill Makishima becuase I feel it is not for revenge alone nor a sence of duty now that Sybil is his enemy or is it because he does not want Sybil to have Makishima alive.

I have so much praise for the writting of this title
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Suddenly people think Makishima stands for something good! I think both sides are evil personally and I really hope somehow Kogami and Makishima kill each other!
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iashakezula wrote:

Episode 19 ......3 more to go ......

Indeed a lot more analytical ,intelectual and some emotional stuff happening here .

I am


.

Makishima's character is written well.Although we only know bits and pieces of who he was, I would be interested to see that , but we see alot of who he is from his talk to others.
Now I am rooting for him to destroy Sybil and create chaos lol.

but I am still wondering about Kogami's vigilante desire to kill Makishima becuase I feel it is not for revenge alone nor a sence of duty now that Sybil is his enemy or is it because he does not want Sybil to have Makishima alive.

I have so much praise for the writting of this title




Indeed, I agree this is truly one of the best thought provoking and well written show of 2012. I am hoping that Urobochi sensei created/writes more animes like Psycho-Pass.

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Posted 3/1/13 , edited 3/1/13
you are quiet right there azncutie.

dazed,,,Makishima stands for something good? He is chaos man , the very essence of it. But what is positive about Makishima is choice, the freedom to choose for yourself and to choose wisely.He himself do not want to be a conformist but an individual. He wants to be in control of himself and his surrounding. BUt of course he does not really care about the masses.

Urobuchi sensei has incorporated the conformist society of Japan in his writting and from it how he may disliked it.
Just a thought.

Cant wait how this anime ends.
Till next week

but wouldnt it be funny if the end would be an OVA months later... lol
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Indeed, I agree this is truly one of the best thought provoking and well written show of 2012. I am hoping that Urobochi sensei created/writes more animes like Psycho-Pass.



I'd said it's more of the better entertaining shows of 2012, personally. I don't hope that Gen Urobochi creates or writes more anime like Psycho-Pass because that would just be tasteless. The same thing over and over again starts to lose its special flavor that makes it what it is, you know?


When creating the Psycho-Pass anime, chief director Katsuyuki Motohiro wanted the series to counter current anime trends. As a result, the use of moe was prohibited within the staff.... In the making of the series Motohiro allowed the staff several elements even though if they could reduce the viewership from the female demographic. He also acknowledged the series was too violent for a younger demographic, commenting he wouldn't want his son to watch it due to its being psychologically brutal.


I don't want a trend of Psycho-Pass-like anime. Shows such as them only come once in awhile and I personally want it to stay that way.
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iashakezula wrote:

Episode 19 ......3 more to go ......

Indeed a lot more analytical ,intelectual and some emotional stuff happening here .

I am


.

Makishima's character is written well.Although we only know bits and pieces of who he was, I would be interested to see that , but we see alot of who he is from his talk to others.
Now I am rooting for him to destroy Sybil and create chaos lol.

but I am still wondering about Kogami's vigilante desire to kill Makishima becuase I feel it is not for revenge alone nor a sence of duty now that Sybil is his enemy or is it because he does not want Sybil to have Makishima alive.

I have so much praise for the writting of this title


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dazed-chan wrote:

Suddenly people think Makishima stands for something good! I think both sides are evil personally and I really hope somehow Kogami and Makishima kill each other!


If Kogami and Makishima both go down, so should the sibyl system or it would leave a pretty awful ending.
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I got another friend hooked in this anime and he is so excited like the rest of us to know what happens next....

Common thursday !!! come on down....
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Posted 3/3/13
Mostly talking that episode, setup for the end I guess... Hyper Oats seem like a bit of a quickie plot device.
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Mostly talking that episode, setup for the end I guess... Hyper Oats seem like a bit of a quickie plot device.


It is indeed a set-up.

The country in the series is isolated... Any country that is isolated must be self sustaining with the basics...and indeed the most basic needs is the logical target If .99% of food source is the hyperoats then that would be the logical target.

One of the Gundam series showed how a once rich oli producing country becomes poor, same strategy but different method.

A quickie plot but its still works

The question is how would Makishima do it since his support system is gone not unless there are others we dont know yet.

Lets see how this part is written

Urobochi sensei ...dont let me down .....( Beattes song in the background )
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hpulley wrote:

Mostly talking that episode, setup for the end I guess... Hyper Oats seem like a bit of a quickie plot device.


It is indeed a set-up.

The country in the series is isolated... Any country that is isolated must be self sustaining with the basics...and indeed the most basic needs is the logical target If .99% of food source is the hyperoats then that would be the logical target.

One of the Gundam series showed how a once rich oli producing country becomes poor, same strategy but different method.

A quickie plot but its still works

The question is how would Makishima do it since his support system is gone not unless there are others we dont know yet.

Lets see how this part is written .


Japan was self sustaining at one time but now imports at least 60% of their food. Not really a good position to be in. It is strange as imports are cheap there, Japanese food is the delicacy, the expensive one. Was weird to go to shabu shabu and see Canadian beef cheapest, next Australia... eventually Japanese beef the most expensive!

With the automated Hyperoats growing system it probably won't take much for Makishima to hack it, break it... cause food riot panic. Just a guess but it seems pretty obvious...
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Posted 3/3/13 , edited 3/3/13
Pretty much what Kogami and the hakase discussed in episode 19 , the route is pretty obvious because it is the most logical


So I am curious how he Urobochi sensei wrote this part , will he make this obvious plot more interesting or will he give up.

Indeed Japan was self sufficient for a time , I remember that but now they can not sustain the needs and demand of the entire country, and its cheaper outside....
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Posted 3/3/13
the first three episodes of this anime had me hooked instantly.
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Posted 3/7/13 , edited 3/8/13
My thought's on Ep. 20 Two more episodes to go.

Saa minasan, anyone ready for the bitter sweet ending? I feel conlicted, part of me feels excited that I finally will know how it will end, the other half of me feels forlorn because that means this intellectual anime will be over. I guess the saying, "All good things must come to an end " is true. I can't hardly wait for Ep 21 and Ep 22.
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Posted 3/7/13 , edited 3/7/13
"iashakezula wrote:

you are quiet right there azncutie.

dazed,,,Makishima stands for something good? He is chaos man , the very essence of it. But what is positive about Makishima is choice, the freedom to choose for yourself and to choose wisely.He himself do not want to be a conformist but an individual. He wants to be in control of himself and his surrounding. BUt of course he does not really care about the masses.

Urobuchi sensei has incorporated the conformist society of Japan in his writting and from it how he may disliked it.
Just a thought.

Cant wait how this anime ends.
Till next week

but wouldnt it be funny if the end would be an OVA months later... lol"


No, don't say that . It will be the worst case scenario because that means it will leave a cliff hanger which results in fans feeling flustered since they are within arms reach of the dangling carrot but oops, sorry, you need to chase after it first. This will cause fans Psycho-Pass hues to become clouded including mine, lol

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