Jul 14, 2022
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This sounds like another animation of a schoolboy saving the world. Just like many animes will deliberately give children special powers, allowing them to subvert the rules of the world (such as the little witch DoReMi, Digimon, absolutely invincible Thor, etc.). This is done because the audience is the child, and the very act of empowering the child is to allow them to project themselves onto such and such characters. But the children in "Three Stars" are children, without superpowers or over-aged maturity. They claim to be guarding peace day and night. In fact, they have to go home at five o'clock in the afternoon company banner design every day. Some are childish behaviors, and they don't learn socialization in "events" after another. To put it bluntly, their activity is based on the space and the gentleness of adults. To go further: Ueno's peace has nothing to do with the three stars, not only did the three stars not protect the peace of Ueno; on the contrary, they are the source of chaos. But this way of commenting on a moral high point is short and powerful, but it has to be said that this way of commenting kills the sense of humor in watching "Three Stars", on the one hand, it seems to be invincible (it seems to have to care about children). ), making the entire anime boring. As American children's literature writer EB White put it: Analyzing humour is like dissecting a frog, dissecting it to understand how it works, but killing the frog. The same is true of children, we can come up with a lot of reasons to prove that the reason that "COLORS" protects the peace is nonsense, but it is not fun at all. "Three Stars Color Adventure" doesn't make much sense, but I think it is because of this that there is a gentle sense of healing in "Three Stars". Looking at the innocence of these three children, we adults living in order can only recall that unique childhood.