STAR FOX - Lylat Legacy Official Finalized Pages [027-028]
We’re back! Continuing to update every Monday, as long as we’re not on any kind of break!
Also wantin’ to take the time to promo some other comic work, starting this week with a project brought to my attention called “Rat Rage”.
The guy bringin’ it over there’s put some real heart and soul into this, so if what you see here’s up your alley like it kinda was ours, we recommend you give it a read here!
Rei should have said this.
"People still believe the pool scene was what gave Haru the push to face his inner desires?
It was obviously his talk with Rin in the hotel that made him realize it.
Rin telling about his struggles in Australia, but ultimately not giving up despite those, was meant to cheer Haru up because both of them went through similar issues.
The scene where Rin asks Haru if he felt something during their race in the first episode was what made Haru reconsider his feelings again.
At that time, Rin told Haru that racing him (Rin) made Haru “fired up” which Haru denied (the sparkling in his eyes suggested otherwise though).
In the hotel scene, however (webm related), Rin asks him once more, but this time Haru doesn’t deny it. He already knows that Rin is right.
The pool scene with the national swim team was just the final confirmation for Haru that he indeed loves to swim (even in front of a huge crowd) and that pro swimming is not as scary as he initially thought.
Haru was able to move forward.”
>I still don’t understand why he suddenly realized that pro swimming was exactly what he wanted to do the whole time.
"Rin’s talk in the hotel was the moment where Haru reconsidered his feelings he has about competitive swimming.
In the pool scene, he experiences pro swimming firsthand. The blond swimmer wasn’t some doll or puppet like he thought in his dream, but a completely normal fun guy. The atmosphere Haru felt was similar to his club activities at home and not scary at all.
It made him see that he too can stand on that stage and finally aim for a more satisfying activity since the water at home in their small club wasn’t “enough” for him.
But I do agree that the execution could have been better and more clear.”
"I want to swim.
In this place…
I want to keep swimming…”
"I’ll be a soggy, smoky hero."
“A soggy, smoky hero.”
Imagine Firefighter Makoto would say these lines. Hnnng.