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The strength of the show lies in both its well-rounded characters and its succinct exploration of the contrasting ideologies portrayed; nothing is ever shown to be inherently good or bad. I have never seen the same kind of attention to detail in any other anime (it probably helps that the author has a doctorate degree and a fascination with Chinese history) and it serves as one of the shows many strengths. Quite often in anime (and media in general) things are presented to the viewer in quite black and white terms. Quite early on we’re usually given a clear idea of who is good and who is evil, and even if the so-called villain is made somewhat multi-faceted, you still know that it’s likely they’ll get their comeuppance in the end. Here, this is not the case.

Rambling Ramblings about Legend of the Galactic Heroes

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