Published at Monday, March 04th, 2019 - 21:15:43 PM. . By Carla Preston.
And it’s not just the characters that are worth looking into either. The themes and plots of several anime deserve a lot of praise for their insight and ingeniousness. Look at the anime Deathnote, if you take it at face value, it’s nothing more than just a very well-written and well-portrayed thriller, complete with some of the best plot twists ever concocted in anime history. But if you look at its theme, you’ll see that it’s about the classic debate on justice... is it just to kill evil men for the sake of protecting those who are good? Or should we allow evil men to live on the premise that they’re human like all of us? It’s even reminiscent of the age-old debate about the death penalty. Do we really have the right to kill another human being?
5. SpongeBob SquarePants - The character was created by Stephen Hillenburg, who is an animator and marine biologist. On July 17, 1999, the series was first aired on Nickelodeon. The cartoon shows of Spongebob SquarePants were especially loved by children, who voted for it and made it the most popular series on Nickelodeon. The show’s protagonist is a sea sponge named Spongebob, who actually looks like a regular kitchen cleaning sponge. He lives under the sea in a town called Bikini Bottom. Spongebob is a cook and overtly optimistic. The storyline of the episodes shows him helping his friends or going on an adventure with them.
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