Sword Art Online: the female characters are not trophies
In the past, the series has received criticism for the way in which he envisioned his heroines, but the creator Reki Kawahara seems to not want to repeat these errors.
In fact, the writer seems quite determined to give to the girls like Asuna all the action you could want. Recently, Dengeki Online has published an interview with Kawahara together with fellow Nio Nakatani and actress Ai Kayano. It was there that Nakatani has admitted that he was a fan of the female characters of Sword Art Online, Kawahara confirmed that there would be a development more active in their roles in the series.
Kawahara has therefore decided to strengthen these characters, adding that it was natural for him to do so given that his writing has in the meantime matured.In fact, Kawahara has gone further, questioning the use of the term heroine as a role for the characters. Kawahara added that it is wrong to treat the heroines as trophies and should be seen as protagonists in their own right.
The long interview has seen then treat the other topics, but the comments about the female characters were of particular interest, such as the desire not to use scenes of sexual violence in his works. A lot of fans have praised Kawahara for having educated himself on these issues that are so sensitive, that aroused interest for his future creations.
The third season of the anime to fit the Alicization arc, a story that deals with the volumes 9-18 of the series of novels by Kawahara. For those who don't know Sword Art Online, the series was originally created by Reki Kawahara with illustrations by abec. The series follows a boy named Kirito after he and thousands of players were trapped in a video game virtual reality known as Sword Art Online. The players must get together to pass the last level of the game to escape, but Kirito and his guild, they learn that behind the jail there is a lot more than had been originally said. In Italy, J-POP publishes the light novels, and original manga-derived Sword Art Online; the animated series, the special Extra Edition on the animated film, Ordinal Scales are published by Dynit on DVD and Blu-ray Disc.
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