Share your thoughts on possible metaphors and insightful readings of MiA.
Earlier I was reflecting on Wazukyan. >Wazu/Bondo are two sides of the same coin. Men of Faith and Science that will do anything for their dreams to come true >Their designs reflect that too, Wazu looks like a wild Saint while Bondo is similar to a futuristic cyborg. >Wazu is a fictional Moses that leads his people to salvation >the Ganja expedition is very similar to the jews as they are scorned by the countries that host them and frequently rejected (in the Bible at least) and need a Promised land >The village is literally Israel >Irumyiuii is a de facto Jahwe that judges its inhabitants with swift justice for their sins >At the same time, money and value is central to the village (lol)
I would really like to hear what the whole journey of Riko symbolises, and ideas on the Abyss itself.
>what the whole journey of Riko symbolises The adventurous impulse that used to drive humanity and made life worth living, a feeling that is worth risking death.
wondering if it's going to pull an HxH. not in terms of hiatus even if it's close but more like: riko finds her mum but then she's not satisfied and somehow wants to push through meaning lyza was never the deeper drive like says