The group was led by PGa tag team consisting of J. Ice and Wolfie D. The two men were also accompanied by three actors, Albert Armstrong, Charles Hines, and Richard Beach, whose names were unacknowledged on screen and were supposed to represent other members of the Nation.
My overall experience with RWBY has largely been defined by the pleasures of watching a creative team continually hone their craft from season to season, and I see no reason that Volume 5 should be a change in that regard.
Although I enjoyed the first two seasons of RWBY, Volume 3 felt like a clear step up in the effectiveness of its blending of the personal and the epic.
Volume 4 took some time to cooldown, with larger forces conspiring in the background as our heroines try and make sense of their lives after the destruction at Beacon. Although little of consequence actually happened in Volume 4, there were a whole lot of pieces shifting in the background that portend more drama.
So, what does this mean for Volume 5?
One of the things that caught my eye in Volume 4 was the increased attention to detail in the actual animation of the show, something that was true for small character moments as well as the all-important fights.
The talent is there, and so is the technology. My hopes are high for Volume 5. Among the curiosities I discovered during these forays was something truly incredible: Now, I have been in a few ship wars in my time, but I had never seen anything like this before.
Not to imply that the RWBY fandom is at war, but this work of fan-created art has to be seen to be believed. Anyways, have a look at that spreadsheet so you too can be prepared to ship like a crazy person when Volume 5 hits. And while I understood the need for Yang to be sidelined, it was pretty tough not having her out with the team punching bad guys like she normally does.
So I missed her. Chime in down in the comments! He also sometimes hangs out on Tumblr, where he mainly posts his drawing practice as he seeks to become a renowned idol and robot fanartist.A summary of Themes in Alan Paton's Cry, the Beloved Country.
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