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People keep forgetting Kino's gender :<
幻剑之子 said:
People keep forgetting Kino's gender :<
Kino is a girl. Though I believe she is purposely presented as androgynous for immersion purposes.
Agos said:
Kino is a girl. Though I believe she is purposely presented as androgynous for immersion purposes.
She is waaayyyy cute and awesomely cool in my book. Nothing will turn me off to a book/movie faster that a pathetic girl character. I really enjoyed Kino's Journey and also Claymore - both have very strong female characters, well Claymore has a lot of very strong female characters.
Kiho said:
She is waaayyyy cute and awesomely cool in my book. Nothing will turn me off to a book/movie faster that a pathetic girl character. I really enjoyed Kino's Journey and also Claymore - both have very strong female characters, well Claymore has a lot of very strong female characters.
Mushishi could give you the same feeling~
Mushi-shi is excellent and I enjoy exploring themes of Japanese mythology. But Ginko is a guy, so you expect him to be a strong character. Kino is exceptional because she is both strong and from time to time still shows that she is human. That is what I also liked about Claymore - strong female characters, but well developed and still human.
I agree that Kino and the girls in Claymore are strong female characters.The strong should be explained as powerful external and ascetic internal. So Ginko gave me the same feeling. But I don't think girls in Claymore are still human contrast to Kino and Ginko.
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