Random Impressions Summer 2018 (Week 12): Frankenstein Family


It's been a few episodes since I last talked about this series, and I think the series has been going in an interesting direction. The family's return to the lab was done in an interesting way, showing the fond memories that each family member has of the place despite being guinea pigs the entire time. It's a strange dichotomy that I'm hoping to see expanded upon as the series progresses.

I like the landlord's introduction into the series, as he provides that much-needed outside perspective. I'll be curious to see how he reacts to the family's true nature (or how they hide it from him). And though everyone warms up to him quickly, I like the idea of Tanisu being the only one to vent his frustrations at the landlord, which makes sense given Tanisu's recent interaction with his tutor.

The idea that Tanisu is the group's leader despite being the youngest actually interests me greatly. There's a scene before the family infiltrates the lab in which Tanisu notes that his siblings don't seem to understand the gravity of the situation surrounding the lab. To me, that has nothing to do with genius. His siblings should have the maturity to understand what's happening, so the fact that they don't makes me curious.

I don't really know what to make of the Sumire love triangle. Her character seemed to become standard pretty quickly.

You know, I was wondering about the side effects of the medicine that the girls kept complaining about, but I definitely didn't expect this. Given that they were at the house when the medicine wore off the first time, how did Aisuri not completely destroy the house in this form? Honestly, this revelation makes me take Aisuri's side here. If the side effects of the medicine are such a danger to society, Tanisu really shouldn't be making them take the pills so easily.



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