tamako market ending (reaction)


Like I said from the start: moe + plot = POINTLESS!

There are 2 ways to present a normal show:

  1. Story driven
  2. Character driven

Moe is incapable of doing any of these options because the characters are designed to be pure, sweet and innocent (they can’t change).  How can anyone do a normal A to B story with characters that has no motivation and the survival skills of a dodo?

T-o when I try and come up with a moe based story I always imagine emotionally repressed people acting cute and innocent in order to hind there horrible things people have done to them.  *All moe character seem a little mentally disturbed to me.*


This show was fun to look at……….o-o I can’t think of anything ells?

There were a lot of episodes that surprisingly rubbed me the wrong way?

There was one episode where they were starving the bird in order to make him lose weight. I’m sure most of the people reading this know that starving yourself is incredibly dangerous (how do you thing I felt watching these characters play this for laughs?).

I find that moe characters can be really terrifying when you realise they have the comprehension skills of a 2 year old (they could murder someone and see nothing of it).


I can back that last statement with how Tamako reacts to everyone’s support.

“We will respect whatever you choose to do”

“Do what makes you happy.”

Tamako’s reaction: “why does everyone want me to leaves?”

T_T  . . . you’re an idiot.

This was an interesting show in the sense it tried to do drama with moe but, inevitably you realise that in order to have interesting conflicts you need characters with character (Styrofoam has more personality then are main leads).


One response

  1. The Otaku Judge | Reply

    Dodos are so moe.

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