3 comments on “Fire Force, a Frankenstein’s Monster of a Series

  1. “In both Fire Force and D.Gray-man anybody could suddenly and without warning turn into a monster. This meant that nobody could be trusted and that a fight could break out at the drop of a hat”

    I hadn’t thought about the parallel between an Infernal and an Akuma. There’s a difference in technique (fire bug versus a dying person actively trading their soul), but you’re right — anyone can become an Infernal; anyone can become an Akuma.

    I’m going to have to think about this a little more…

    And glad to see you’re posting again!

    • I think that it’d be worse to be an Infernal. Not only have they been made that way against their wills, but they also seem to retain some memories of when they were alive (as opposed to the Akuma, who are just mindless killing machines).

      Thanks. Things are still a bit crazy, but I’d missed writing and interacting with all of my readers!

      • “Not only have they been made that way against their wills, but they also seem to retain some memories of when they were alive ”

        I really hadn’t thought about it that closely, and now that you point it out, Infernals are even more tragic!

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