There isn’t much to talk about this week’s episode’s adaptation differences, so I’m going to talk about the original source a bit — mostly because there seems to be some confusion where it comes from. I recommend reading that part the most in this post.
I’ll be writing a series of short posts on Battery’s anime adaptation as it airs this season. Mostly on the adaptational differences and how different it will be. Don’t expect proper writing from me when I write these posts because I don’t feel like “editing” — they are just notes. So you won’t see me write my thoughts on Battery much, just facts over the adaptation differences (do feel free to ask me on the comment section!). I’m going to try taking out as many spoilers as possible, but I recommend reading this after you watch the anime episode in question of course.
The characteristic theme of Valvrave the Liberator is the difference between sexual identity and class. Therefore, the subject is contextualised into a capitalist objectivism that includes sexuality as a paradox. Sunrise promotes the use of the capitalist paradigm of expression to attack the status quo. The reasoning can therefore be quantified into an essay that may explain the themes of Valvrave. Continue reading →