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Well don't go deleting the review now. That's just going over board.
However, the fact that you just stated, that you've seen my answer to the question a lot, means that the question itself is actually cliche. That's a huge contradiction, on your part. If the answer is old, then the question is worn out too. Which yes, the question is very shallow. Whether or not someone is "evil" or "good" is really all up to, that specific person's opinion on "morality." Some people legitimately don't see murder as evil. Some people even go as far as to say that they're helping the people that they kill. Which is where, psychopathic people come in.
They most certainly did give an answer to that. Even though, that question is cliche to begin with, in the series the idea was that evil is born from the way the brain percieves inhumane human interaction, along with capability. Case and point, Johan making everyone kill eachother in kinderheim. Thus the monster was born. And, the whole cross dressing thing was pretty necessary, Johan was pretty much a little hitler, he was going to any lengths to get what he wanted. You can actually tell throughout the story, evertime he appears, he's stressed as fuck. He just has a calm deminor. Yeah, Johan was one of the better things about the story, Tenma however, there were some over done chliches with him, but I suppose it's original if you look at it in the right light.
I just like shit that inspires me, for my own writing. If it can do that, then it's good in my book.
And why the hell does everyone like Akira from Eden of the East so much? He's not that great of a character. Actually, in my opinion, that entire series was full of shallow characters.
Reviews are supposed to be factual. Not opinionated. You can state your opinion in the review, but you also have to state the technical facts about the story.
As far as you being foreign, I commend you for learning the English language what so ever. Shit, I sure as hell can't speak anything besides my native tongue. However, if you actually put time and effort into the review, I wouldn't feel the need to point out shit like that.
I'm just saying that if you did critisize it, you should have had more of a reason too. Perhaps it was the drawings or the plot and state the specific reasons. Otherwise, it just seems you hate the series simply because everyone else likes it.