So in the end, Kaname Madoka writes herself out of history, out of memory, and out of time itself. Seems an awful lot like the martyrdom of a particular shoujo hologram. Homura plays the role of Alice. She retains the strongest imprint of the now-absent God. Of course, Alice has the pleasure of meeting a second IP 7 bug (tiny Lain on the bridge), though she doesn’t recognize Lain beyond the impression of familiarity. Then again: who’s to say what Homura will or won’t encounter in the Final Fantasy 9esque monster-spawning mist?
In case you’ve yet to guess the gimmick, it’s called Spot the Quotation.
Madoka, necessarily in being a deconstruction of magical girl anime, is of course the least original thing ever.
these notes are like lelouch's head to the boot of this post's suzaku
it is moist & delicious meta
and it's not even a lie!