Good news Sword Art Online fans! The official website for the Sword Art Online the Movie Progressive- Aria of a Starless Night just posted another trailer. Along with the trailer, the website also posted visuals of the main cast! It’s a special day for all the SAO fans out there.
Character Visuals for Sword Art Online Progressive
The new visuals for the characters’ in-game outfits bring back many memories from the first Sword Art Online series. And just as Reki Kawahara’s Sword Art Online: Progressive light novel series focuses on, the film will follow Kirito and Asuna’s journey through Aincrad castle floor-by-floor.
All Ages of Geek and Sword Art Online
Here at All Ages of Geek, we try our hardest to show support for Sword Art Online through our reactions and reviews. And from the looks of it, Sword Art Online Progressive will cause even more excitement for those who adore the series. All Ages of Geek will be reacting to the trailers and film, covering even more Sword Art Online news.
Spreading Positivity for Sword Art Online (and it’s fans)
Over the years Sword Art Online has gotten a ton of hate after memes and other forms of criticism have gone around the internet. Reki Kawahara (author) has even expressed himself in interviews, that he hopes to improve his writing.
Despite that, many YouTubers and Twitter users have turned SAO into a form of toxic internet culture, where if you say you enjoy SAO you are suddenly questioned.
Sword Art Online has many moments that would make the average anime watcher uncomfortable. Instead of “glorifying” certain scenes or making those scenes a trend, much like modern teen shows on Netflix do, SAO shows the watcher the scenes and how to prevent or fight against them.
Accel World, which focuses heavily on the repercussions of bullying, is another series worth watching. Much like SAO, Accel World has gone to the lengths of “showing” the viewer the pains of its characters, rather then writing them off like a happy ending or trend.
All Ages of Geek will continue to spread positivity for Sword Art Online and Reki Kawahara’s works.