Love is a miracle. For a person to have the luck to find someone he or she likes who reciprocates him or her, they must have the luck of having compatible personalities while at the same time having a minimum of mutual physical attraction among other things. And I think that the convergence of all those variables can’t be called in any other way than a miracle. Love is a miracle and the strangest thing is that there is people that make this ocurrence seem so easy that generate the illusion that it isn’t, but it is. And that’s precisely the strangest thing of all, that it is the most frequent of miracles.
You’re saying we shouldn’t criticize DC for saying that fans aren’t ready for a female led superhero movie yet? And beyond that, for refusing to even have a female superhero as a side character in a movie? They are exhibiting deeply sexist behavior, and should receive criticism as such.
DC never said anything like that. In any case it was Warner and many years ago. Marvel also said that a female led movie should happen at the right time, acknoweldging that the public isn’t ready yet. And Wonder Woman is going to be in the next movie. I’m very critical of what DC/Wanrer does (though they’re not exactly the same thing and DC would be better off without Warner to be honest) but let’s not blow things out of proportion a analyze the real facts, with all respect you sound like you’re just repeating memes you read on the Internet.
We live in a world where the term “nice guys” has been tarnished and the real nice guys have to pay for it. Just think about it.
The upcoming Fate/stay night TV anime has been revealed to be an adaption of the original visual novel’s “Unlimited Blade Works" route.
This particular adaption is being marketed as a sequel to 2011’s Fate/Zero, which is an adaption of a prequel novel series that takes place 10 years prior to Fate/stay night.
UFOtable (Fate/Zero, Kara no Kyoukai/Garden of Sinners) will be handling the animation with Takahiro Miura (Garden of Sinners Movie 6) directing, Tomonori Sudou (Fate/Zero, Garden of Sinners) in charge of character designs, and Hideyuki Fukasawa (Vividred Operation, Flowers of Evil, Street Fighter 4) composing the music.
This new anime will be split into two seasons. The first season will start airing on October 4, 2014, with the second season starting in April 2015.
UFOtable has released a 3 minute long trailer for this new adaption, which one can watch here.
For those who do not have any knowledge of the Fate universe, I heavily recommend giving Fate/Zero a watch. It may be a prequel, but it does a great job of explaining the world and its mechanics, as well as being an excellent show. Fate/Zero is also available for streaming on Netflix in North America right now.
I wouldn’t really recommend watching Fate/Zero before playing the visual novel or watching this new anime. It’s better enjoyed in the original order.