The right to use my friend as a weapon, that is the sinful crown I shall adorn.
Shamelessly and beautifully done, it couldn’t be more perfect than this. Guilty Crown had been on a league of its own in the anime history despite of some negative reviews which I think simply reflects some of the lesser factors that the production team had ignored. However, on a grand scale, Guilty Crown had been a cult to anime viewers due to its massive questions on human philosophy, emotional impacts, legendary OSTs, and further subjects that raise the concern on human ethics, choices, and the vague corruption that revolves around the society itself and resides in the human hearts. This anime simply embodies the presentation of human’s diverse desires, needs, and coping up changes and the fate itself. Furthermore, it is your typical love story with the sci-fi and political factors in the background. It’s the “man loves girl” story that defies the world itself in order to prove that their love for each other conquers everything. Overall, Guilty Crown is a conflicting story of human’s emotions and how such feelings affect their lives and changes their fate.
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