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Claymore Episode 10



The tenth anime episode of Claymore, adapted from the manga by Norihiro Yagi. The episode was first broadcast on June 5, 2007 and was directed by Hiroyuki Tanaka and produced by Madhouse Studios. It was dubbed by Funimation and released on DVD Volume 2 in 16 December 2008.




Claymore Episode 10



The reason for this accelerated awakening, or so this episode claims, is that the release of yoma power is almost sexual in nature and only the women were able to resist full release effectively. The men, in contrast, built towards awakening almost inevitably. *sigh*For the sake of argument, you might say that women do tend to take longer to reach orgasm than men, and it can be easier to distract a woman from her arousal than it is to distract a man. (With, obviously, a lot of personal variation.) So if you weren't going to argue the whole 'women have more self-control than men' rubbish - put women in a situation where they feel as safe as a man and they have pretty much exactly as much self-control as a man; give a man decent respect for women as human beings and he has pretty much exactly as much self-control as a woman - but instead wanted to argue different physical capacity, you might be able to make a case. It would be dodgy, though, so if you wanted a gender essentialist justification you'd need to rely on something that was less arguable - say, that the transformation process has some physical similarities to pregnancy and only women can process it without going bananas right out of the gate. You could do some theme play with that. Alternatively, you could say it relates to socialisation: the more privilege you're raised with or the more you're raised to be aggressive or however men are treated differently in this society, the worse you are at the emotional skills needed to regulate your monster nature so you'll probably screw up faster. That would allow for certain men who'd be good at it and certain women who'd be bad at it, depending on their upbringing and social background, which again would let you build plot, both around the selection process and the fallout, both from the people who were unwisely recruited and the ones who were unreasonably rejected. So I can see ways of tying it to gender that could be justified without being sexist and that don't require the organisation to be in the wrong mostly picking women (which is, of course, another option), but ... yeah. Besides that, treating monster power as sexual is a whoooooole 'nother can o worms.


I thought Priscilla was a child -- or at least a teenager of some sort. Though I had trouble deciding on ages for any of them. Clare seems to be in her early twenties. Raki seems to be about 7, until a few episodes in where he seems to be closer to 13 or 14. Just going on behaviour, height and physical appearance, and what the other characters described them as.


Hi Ana, delurker here. I want to thank you again for getting me hooked on this series. I liked it so much that I went ahead and read the Manga as well.When I first saw this episode I kinda explained away the whole male/female Claymore thing, thinking that perhaps in this universe there was a genuine physical reason why women Claymore are preferred to men. Similar to the concept of women in general living longer than men or having higher pain thresholds. Getting further into the series I wondered if this was because men where less resistant to the thought of awakening than women. Not only did it give them pleasure but also access to a great amount of power. Throughout the series almost every Claymore we meet highly values her humanity and fights the awakening process. However wouldn't it seem likely that there are Claymore that might be willing to give up their humanity for seemingly unlimited power. Maybe the series was playing into that other familiar trope of Men being more power hungry than Women.To me this issue sort of became more confusing when in the Manga we finally see the Organization's Awakened beings farm. It seems almost like the experimental subjects/men are terrified of the awakening. They beg the Claymore to save them from the Monsters and then suddenly, Wham! they are awakened. If the release or use of too much Yoki is what causes the transformation, would it be so sudden if the test subjects where unwilling participants. Maybe its because they are low level mooks. Its a pity that we never get to see Isly or Rigaldo's awakening in a flashback or something. Perhaps the Manga will oblige eventually. On a slightly different note, Does anybody know how often the Manga is updated? The last installment ended on a cliffhanger and I can hardly wait for the resolution.


The Claymore anime series is based on the manga series of the same name by Norihiro Yagi. The episodes are directed by Hiroyuki Tanaka and produced by Madhouse Studios.[1][2] They adapt the first through eleventh volumes of the manga over 24 episodes. The remaining 2 episodes follow an original storyline not found in the manga written by Yagi. The series aired between April 2007 and September 2007 in Japan on Nippon Television.[3][4] The series follows the adventures of Clare, a Claymore, or half-human, half-yoma hybrid, and her comrades as they fight for survival in a world filled with yoma, or shapeshifting demons.


9 DVD volumes, each containing 3 episodes of the anime, have been released in Japan by Avex Trax.[7] In addition, 5 limited edition sets have been released. The first limited edition set contains the first DVD volume, while the other 4 sets each contain 2 DVD volumes.[8] The latest limited edition set and volumes were released on March 26, 2008. On February 15, 2008, Funimation announced that it has acquired the Region 1 DVD and broadcast licenses for the anime,[9] and it released all series in 6 volumes in North America between fall 2008 and summer 2009.[10]


The first chapter was released in 2001 in the Monthly Shōnen Jump, but afterwards the chapters were released in the Weekly Shōnen Jump on a monthly basis due to the discontinuation of the prior magazine. The manga is currently serialized in the Jump Square magazine, Shueisha's replacement for the Monthly Shōnen Jump.[2] As of July 2010 105 chapters have been released in Japan. An anime adaptation of the manga was announced in the October 2006 edition of the Monthly Shōnen Jump.[3] The first episode of the anime aired on April 3, 2007 on Nippon Television, with the last one shown on September 25, 2007.[4][5]


In a memorable episode from the first season of "The Brady Bunch" called "A-Camping We Will Go," the whole newly blended family goes on a camping trip. Although there is some male vs. female conflict, it's quickly resolved in true Brady fashion.


Most of the camping scenes were filmed in Franklin Canyon Park, and the 605-acre park hasn't changed all that much in the 50 years since the episode was shot. You may want to go on a hike on its five miles of trails or enjoy the large picnic area when visiting this classic Brady site.


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The iconic Bronson gate at Paramount Pictures was the main entrance that stars used to get to film and TV sets at the studio until 1978. It's at the north end of Bronson Avenue, and this gate was used in two episodes of "The Brady Bunch."


It can be seen as the area where Marcia is taking her driving test in the fifth season episode "The Driving Test." This gate was also used as a fictional film studio in another episode from the fifth season called "Welcome Aboard."


Before the family was bunched together, there was a man named Brady raising three boys on his own. In the pilot episode, Mike and the boys are shown living in the home they must have lived in before his first wife died. The house is never shown after the pilot, but you can drive by the memorable home in Studio City.


No self-guided tour of "The Brady Bunch" shooting locales would be complete without honoring the primary location. With the exception of onsite shoots and vacation episodes, pretty much all of "The Brady Bunch" scenes were shot on Stage 5 of Paramount Pictures Studios. What many people don't know is that Stage 5 was also used for shooting "Mommie Dearest" and "Rosemary's Baby."


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