Robotic orgasm—casshern sins 4

Oh boy, I need a cold shower.

Oh boy, I need a cold shower.

Sophita is the robot’s version of the 60’s hippies—live for the moment, express your feelings uninhibitedly, toss all caution into the wind—except that instead of fucking, she prefers fighting.

The whole episode is better understood, once we substitute each instance of the word fight with fuck (or shag if you’re British). Go ahead, watch the episode again with that in mind.

Case in point:

See how that all make sense? 🙂

Even the contrived ending is illuminated. Just like the hippies have found out by the 70’s about the vanity of their vices, Sophita discovers that sex fights cannot satisfy, and Casshern realizes that he needs not to fuck fight. Not that I know what that means: my life is still at minute two of the show: me desperately looking for someone to fight with. *sob*

Nihilistic robot looking for a good orgasm, how can you turn this down?

Nihilistic robot looking for a good orgasm, how can you turn this down?


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3 Responses to Robotic orgasm—casshern sins 4

  1. Panther says:


    Then again this episode was also good since it shows that not all robots are keen on dying too, or if they want to go, at least go happy.

  2. omisyth says:

    What about the meaningful messages ;_;?

  3. bakaneko says:

    Friender the dog ate it. 🙂

    Honestly, at this stage of my life, I am still in agreement with Sophita that, in Panther’s words: if you gotta go, why not go happy? So, I can’t quite grasp what Sophita has realized at the end of the episode, which makes her change her ways. Frankly, seeing her tossing her sword away and embracing Casshern instead is like seeing the love guru throwing his condoms away and declaring celibacy.

    Sophita is one of the lucky ones. Like lots of hippies from the 60’s with sex and drugs, Sophita is spreading and fueling the storm of violence, which would surely one day comes around against her. Fortunately for her, she meets Casshern, who refuses to be pulled into this vortex. For the second episode in a row, Casshern, the destroyer of the world, is slowly reforming the world anew through his refutation of his own innate violence.

    Ironic, isn’t it?

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