OWLS | Fullmetal Alchemist Ladies


Hello Everyone!

Welcome back to another OWLS post.

By now you should know what is OWLS, but if you are new around here let me explain what is this awesome group.

OWLS stand for Otaku Warrior for Liberty and Self-Respect, we are a group of blogger and vlogger who promote the acceptance of everyone regardless of their ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation and disabilities. Each month with the help of the pop-culture, we explore the theme given by Lyn our Chief Creative Officer.

Last month the prompt was “ADORE” which was really fitting for February. For March is “Feminine”

“In honor of Women’s History Month, the OWLS bloggers will explore the concepts of femininity and feminism. We each have our own definition of these two terms and we will explore our definitions using “feminine” characters from various pop culture fandoms. We will discuss how these characters are “feminine” or show signs of a feminist agenda. We will also share our personal stories about the amazing women that supported us in our lives as well as sharing experiences involving women’s rights, oppression within the patriarchy, and/or issues of growing up as a woman or having a feminine persona.”

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Day Twelve – Saddest Anime Death

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Death in anime are inevitable, most of the time certain death need to happen in order to make some character change. I’ve been watching anime and reading manga for a while now and I saw a lot of character dying. For a lot of them I didn’t really care about it, other I was on the verge of crying, like Buccaneer‘s death in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood or Kagari‘s death in Psycho Pass, and two I just can’t help but cry like a baby. Since I can’t tell which is the saddest to me I give you both.

The first is Maes Hughes death in Fullmetal Alchemist (no matter the version I cry each time, even reading the manga) and the funeral are even worst.

The second is Tomomi Masaoka death in Psycho Pass, the expression on Ginoza face and Masaoka’s last word to his son really doesn’t help me.

Fullmetal Alchemist

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Fullmetal Alchemist is series created by Hiromu Arakawa. It count two anime series. One simply entitle Fullmetal Alchemist, produced by the studio Bones, count 51 episodes and originally aired between October 2003 and October 2004. The second series, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, was also produced by the studio Bones and aired from April 2009 and July 2010 and list 64 episode.
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