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AustinDR

aka Austin Robinson

Galactic Overlord Dark Lord
  • I live in Inbetween
  • I was born on May 15
  • My occupation is Student
  • AustinDR

    Happy Tree Friends. What more do I have to say here? On the surface, Happy Tree Friends appears to be family friendly with its cutesy art style and character designs. However, this is merely a façade underneath which belies a truly screwed up premise. Each episode starts off fine with cute little forest animals going about their daily lives but then without that much time in, the show transforms into a violent display of death and mayhem with characters getting into horrible accidents or dying in some of the most brutal ways. Which is one of the reasons as to why I love the show.

    I can't remember the first video from Mondo Media I watched about Happy Tree Friends, but I can definitely recall being utterly shocked because I was reeled in thinki…

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    Growing up, one of my favorite shows was Courage the Cowardly Dog, you know a show about a mutt who lived with an elderly couple in the Middle of Nowhere and strange things often happen to the family. Admittedly, I was never terrified of the show (well except for that one episode where that blue trumpet thing appeared; even then, it was more disturbing than scary). One episode I remembered watching was known as "Ball of Revenge." Going into it, it seemed like a promising premise: having the previous villains return to for vengeance on the little dog one last time is an awesome idea in itself. But then you get into what actually kickstarts the later plot: Eustace becomes enraged when he discovers Courage sleeping on his blanket. And so what …

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    So episode 3 of Happy Sugar Life was interesting. In this episode, we get a follow up of Satou raising the crowbar over Asahi in order to bludgeon him with it, but she ends up stopping herself from doing the deed. Here, we learn more about Asahi where Asahi is the older brother of Shio having been separated from her when she and their mother left the household of an abusive father who is represented as a shadowy figure with a piercing blood, red eye. So, this actually gives some idea on Shio's reasons for not mentioning her family. In one of her breakdowns, she saw someone about to punch her, so I theorize that she was hit in the head hardly and this resulted in her losing her memory of her home life. Except it wasn't something overall perm…

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    So after the shock fuel that was episode 1, episode 2 of Happy Sugar Life establishes a few ground rules. For one, any character in the anime can, and will, be revealed to be mentally unstable or messed up in some way. Case in point, Sato’s teacher is presented as a creep. You may remember in the last episode, Sato was trying to dispose of three bloodied bags but before she could toss them into the ocean, Sato got the sinking suspicion that she was being watched. The episode goes into many different directions, so let’s begin. First, Sato’s teacher mentions to her that he was trying to call her house to discuss her academics, and just when she was going to head to class, the teacher grabs her wrist and tells her that she stood out from th…

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    So what anime is there that is probably more fucked up than Citrus? Well, a recent anime that had come out is named Happy Sugar Life, which is anything but. I swear, out of a lot of the shows I had watched thus far this year, this show is without any doubt the most disturbing thing I had ever watched. Based on a psychological horror manga, Happy Sugar Life is about a high schooler named Satō Matsuzaka who puts on a façade of politeness when it comes to her work. Initially she was believed to have been pretty easy-going, claiming that she had relationships with millions of boys that she would often leave within a time frame of three days. So she didn't have a firm understanding on what true love really was. At least until she met someone who s…

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