“So, I'm gone. I'll still be here. I'll be with you. And
I'll always love you. My voice is still gonna be here.”
the closing moments of this of Abel slowly walking off with Phantom Regret by Jim playing in the background, and the credits just setting on an image of him standing in the light was so poetic. an odyssey of traveling through your emotions and addressing your character and weaknesses, all told through the grandness of the Dawn FM performances, and recognizing the pain in wanting to change. you learn the most when stuck inside that purgatory.
this chapter has been…
A calling of the true spirit. The temptations of the easy satisfaction. A paradox of clashing bloods and rightfulness fueled by a rush of their own almighty. A tale of who is the ultimate above, a true Godfather. In a world of black and white, who are they all without a little madness? It’s in there, but it’s about the embrace. It’s only the beginning; the tragedy is still bare.
“Only don't tell me you're innocent. Because it insults my intelligence and makes me very angry.”
There’s a moment in this where Bart is looking through luggage on a train, and finds a black bra in a passenger’s luggage. He then puts it on his head, and proceeds to say in a mouse voice the following: ”I'm the mascot of an evil corporation!”
Ah, how ironic all these years later.