Vento Aureo: King Crimson and the manipulation of time from Back to the Future in One Piece
King Crimson one Stand that is able to manipulate time in a way downright bizarre, as befits a series that is titled The Bizarre Adventures of JoJo. Its operation is not of particular difficulty in understanding, but remains a power in the decidedly atypical and intriguing, which also provides valuable additional information on the one that is the conception of time present in the work of the great Master Hirohiko Araki.
The manipulation of time is an element that is much loved in science fiction, to the point that it would be impossible to list all the works that have dealt with this controversial issue. A couple of examples, however, can contribute to a more detailed understanding of King Crimson and with his invincible power, not to mention that a couple of the aspects that relate to its operation are compatible with many present in One Piece, the manga series written and illustrated by Her Majesty Eiichirō Oda.
In this special article, I wanted to try to better illustrate the features of King Crimson. A good read!
TIME WAITS FOR NOBODY
When it comes to theories on time travel, as the arguments are purely theoretical, there are multiple interpretations that would explain what would happen if someone decides to manipulate time: in Back to the Future trilogy, for example, to change the past is to deflect the straight line of time, creating another, parallel to that which deviates from that of departure, to which we must return, indeed.
In Steins;Gate (here you can find my review of the new version of the light novels, the reading of which the council of the heart truly to all of you sci-fi fans out there), this concept is extreme patrist, involving not only time but also space (and in fact, even Emmett “Doc” Brown speaks of the space-time continuum, even if the changes on the time line does not reflect on the space, but only on the time): whenever you change the past, is created a parallel universe to that of the initial, which, just like in Back to the Future, you will need to make a return.
In the case of Araki, at least from what we have seen with the Stand that can interact at will with certain aspects of time, time itself is seen as a straight line that proceeds only forward, toward the future: manipulate the past would seem, therefore, impossible. From what we could see, up to this time, however, it is possible to stop the time (The World, Star Platinum), but with King Crimson, you get to a level of weirdness that breaks the heavens.
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