Who can strongly argue that? Naruto has many deep philosophical theories in it that keep it all from being juvenile. War and peace in the ninja world for one. I can say the same for Fairy Tail too.
I guess you didn’t read the “By definition” part.
Anyway, I won’t claim that Naruto or Fairy Tail are juvenile or have juvenile plots because I haven’t read or watched much of them. It wouldn’t be fair of me to make assumptions or jump to conclusions like some people do out there. Right, Tristan?
And Princess Jellyfish has no deeper meaning. Self-identity has nothing to do with life. Nope.
But kids fighting one another is considered okay. Yeah, I see where the world is going now. Thanks for the reminder.
That plot is more enhanced in Naruto in the midst of other larger issues as well as Fairy Tail. Id be shocked if an 11 episode series managed to deal with self-identify in an accurate and relatable manner to viewers efficiently and enjoyably. Princess Jellyfish just seems a bit over the top and unrealistic so it is a bit hard to believe it has deep meaning.
Tristan, the only reason I’m getting on your case is because your comments about Princess Jellyfish are all shallow assumptions. Princess Jellyfish looks…Princess Jellyfish appears…Princess Jellyfish seems… These are not statements or conclusions made after, as you said, “doing considerable research and uncovering the facts.” They’re, you know, the opposite of that. They are all assumptions based on ads and previews and not from actually watching it.
Listen, everyone is entitled to their opinion, and I’ll defend anyone’s right to have that opinion, including (especially) yours. Everything you say about Fairy Tail and Naruto and other shounen titles and their plots and philosophies and this and that are all fine with me. You’ve watched and read them all. Invested a lot of time in them. You have the right to feel about them any way you want.
But how about you actually watch Princess Jellyfish first before you tell the whole world that it’s a terrible, over-the-top, unrealistic anime with a juvenile plot. Once you do, I won’t care (although I really shouldn’t regardless) what you say about it. It’s better than making assumptions (and that’s precisely what you’re doing) and being completely ignorant.