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Enjoyment 3 Barakamon was a series that gave the calligrapher Handa Sei a journey through self discovery on an island village where he was able to create a form of calligraphy that he felt comfortable and happy with. It was a show that garnered a decent following and had a relatively lasting popularity during And so, to remind us that that series existed, we have Handa-kun, a look into his earlier days in a comedy gag series that As previously said before, Handa-kun is a series about Handa Sei in his school days, where he was still as awkward and uncomfortable as he was in Barakamon probably even more sothinking that literally everyone in his school hated him when in reality As a result, there's a misconception between Handa and the rest of the school except Kawafuji and maybe Yukio and thus, 'hilarity ensues'.
Alright, right out of the gate here, I'll tell you the thing about Handa-kun. At first, this seems kinda amusing. For the first few episodes, the awkwardness and overall comedy of the series is pretty funny because of how utterly ridiculous it is.
Then it doesn't become funny. Then it becomes eye-twitchingly bad.
Good things come in small doses, and when you don't do that and instead use the exact same material over and over again, it becomes unbearable to watch. Handa-kun is exactly that. As the episodes run by, you'll come to expect the same things episode after episode but with increasing ridiculous cringeworthy scenes and even stranger characters, ultimately creating a show that's sad and difficult to watch.
Devoting the entire school festival to ONE student? Changing the curriculum to adhere to what he says accidentally?
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Making something based on someone without their consent? How can ANY of these situations be considered comedy?! By the end of the series, everything does get resolved Admittedly, there are people who do enjoy this kind of comedy, but just using one joke for what equates to about six hours worth of material is not the way to write a comedy series, especially when the only gag you have is to torture some poor misunderstood individual with daily occurrences that he doesn't understand and is terrified about.
Oh boy, where do I start with this one? Characters, or should I say mentally challenged individuals are probably the number one reason why I despise this series and think that it's absolutely terrible. First it's Handa Sei. Now, first off, we don't actually get much of Handa.
Yes, the title character of the series probably gets the least amount of screentime out of any of the main characters in this series. In any case, Handa Sei is the same awkward and nervous individual that you saw in Barakamon, just de-aged about years. The main reason for Handa's existence is just to be a figurehead of reasoning for every other character's delusions and obsessions.
The dynamic of 'I'm hated but in reality, everyone loves me' gets old really fast, and Handa really doesn't do much in the series aside from cower away and wall himself off from the rest of the school because he feels alone and unwanted when in reality, that's not really the case.
Then there're the nutjobs. I'm not even going to separate and talk about them individually; the other characters are all nutjobs.
You have the Handa Force consisting of a delinquent, a bishonen, and the stereotypical glasses character who say they're Handa's friends when in reality, they all have barely any understanding of who Handa Sei is as a person, you have the girl who sits next to him who becomes a stalker with a pension for 'erasing people who threaten handa' after she was given Handa's eraser because she lost hers, the handa-kun copycat, the student president who for some reason makes her vice-president who is a burly man dress in the girl's uniform, and other various characters strewn about the series who're just as weird and strange as them.
On paper, they sound interesting and hilarious enough to be entertaining and fill the series with life, right?And that’s another one of the ‘going into peoples minds and retrieving their intentions’ type of ‘evidence’.
And no, there aren’t a ‘million’ ways of interpreting this, it doesn’t even need interpreting: the facts can be extracted from the evidence and the actions. There are roughly 6, spoken languages in the world today. Of those, Mandarin and English are the two most commonly spoken.
With this colossal number of languages, it is a miracle that every culture, city and individual has some way of communicating, and that this network of languages fits together to form a cohesive, functioning world.
There has been lots of buzz about a platform called Unsplash. In fact, the idea has become so controversial that the one-and-only Zack Arias took it upon himself to tackle the issue.
I don’t want to repeat all the arguments so please watch these two videos and make up your own mind about it. Your perception of the world around can differ from seeing everything as positive, negative, or anywhere in between.
And the way you perceive situations will be the driving force behind how you behave and react to them. The quality of your life is determined by the quality of your conversations. Dialogue and communication, especially when something needs to change, is the number one thing that shapes our lives.
Essentially our productivity and happiness depends on clear and meaningful conversations with the . The much brighter viewfinder image and the speed and precision of the AF made it a joy to use, as did the ability to render backgrounds completely blurred to make a subject stand out.
But, more importantly, the final results were stunning.