Why Heero Yuy is not a Perfect, Silent, Emotionless, Robotic-like Human Incapable of Making Mistakes (AKA Heero Rant)
Part 2 of my on-going discussion about fan-made stereotypes of GW. Put under read more cause they tend to get wordy.
Gundam Wing: Odd & Even Numbers - “Break System”
Oh my god, can I just stop everyone and tell you how much these images break my heart?
So this is from the Odd & Even Numbers short scenes: The first 5 are from the opening and the last 3 are from Heero’s separate mini-scene. All of this takes place immediately after the series (the first images are him actually rejoining the others after blowing up the piece of Libra).
And I just have to say that Heero looks so damn unsure, it’s almost heartbreaking. We have this character who spends majority of the series not worrying about the future, instead living in the immediate present, and then when he wins his ultimate mission and survives through it… it’s obvious he’s thinking ‘what now?’
I think its so unsettling in a way because when we see the end of the series, we’re kind of led to assume that the pilots rejoined the other survivors and had a wonderful evening celebrating.
But we get to these scenes, and in the scene (though my images don’t reflect it), they obviously aren’t. Heero spends the time looking nervous and more quiet than usual, and in one instance is actually struggling to let go of Wing Zero’s controls. When the pilots come in to land back with the others, all of them are quiet, nervous and looking doubtful. When Heero looks around, Wufei is staring at his Gundam, Trowa is helping injured Quatre, and Duo is stretching his muscles. None of them immediately rejoin the others.
It just… really breaks my heart ;_;
IDEK but I suddenly felt like drawing Heero. Tried doing it completely out of memory. I think I did rather well. XD;;;;;
It’s about the eyes, and the black collared shirt.