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    4kids_Die

    [1]Jun 4, 2007
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    I LOVE Hansel/Hanzel and Gretal. Even if I can't spell.

    I cried when they died. I liked what they brought to BL, and what was done to them was monsterous, but that's what made them such good characters.

    Is there anybody out there who likes these two?

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    ensatsu-ken

    [2]Jun 6, 2007
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    4kids_Die wrote:

    I LOVE Hansel/Hanzel and Gretal. Even if I can't spell.

    I cried when they died. I liked what they brought to BL, and what was done to them was monsterous, but that's what made them such good characters.

    Is there anybody out there who likes these two?



    Yeah I like them both, mainly because I actually have a thing for the twisted/slightly insane, types of villains. H and G fit perfectly into this. The thing that I find most disturbing about them, is that you can never tell which one is the girl, and which one is the boy (or are they both girls ; and I just know they can't both be boys, because that would be a way too messed up ).
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    4kids_Die

    [3]Jun 12, 2007
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    LOL I like one of G's guns. ^^ It has a keychain(?) on it.
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    dju010

    [4]Jul 24, 2007
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    The two characters are really intense, especially that one scene in episode 2x01 when they have fun with the dead body. For me that almost was too much.
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    Angus_Mac

    [5]Sep 18, 2007
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    I still don't know what those two were trying to "put in" near the end of the episode, nor do I really want to rewatch that episode to find out.
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    G3ckOz

    [6]Oct 29, 2009
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    interesting episode, but somehow 2 insane twins that go on a killing spree takes the seriousness out of this show. But i did like the gore.
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    KingofIPirates

    [7]Nov 25, 2009
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    Hansel and Gretal were definitely interesting, don't think I'd cry at their demise especially after all they've done.
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    AxStarr

    [8]Sep 10, 2010
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    They were interesting characters IMO. The second one (whichever it was, considering they 'switch' from time to time) got pwned though. I hate using internet slang, but I'm not sure how else to describe it in a nutshell
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    crisrj214

    [9]Oct 4, 2010
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    KingofIPirates wrote:
    Hansel and Gretal were definitely interesting, don't think I'd cry at their demise especially after all they've done.


    Well you have to also take into account the reason they were in such a situation. They didn't become monsters of their own will; They were made into them.

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    KingofIPirates

    [10]Jan 22, 2011
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    crisrj214 wrote:
    Well you have to also take into account the reason they were in such a situation. They didn't become monsters of their own will; They were made into them.
    I am, doesn't change the fact that they still chose to carry out these types well after they left that environment. Not everyone that experiences horrors in their past actively go out of their way to participate in them in the future.
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