Void is the coolest new super power around. I love how it’s goofy when used incorrectly but when it is used right it can produce astonishing results. Plus the objects created have that cool silver/digital look to them which is very appealing. I particualry liked it when Shu summoned the fridge. What the hell does that represent? The guy was hungry? Or that the guy seldom thinks about something more complex than food?
The action performed to use Void is essentaully a breast grab. Which is awkward to use on a man and embarrassing for poor Shu to use on a female. Since all the females are attractive in Guilty Crown its only natural Shu is a bit hesitant to use it as he a teenager in those awkward years. We all know that most men would go nuts with a super power like that am I right. We were also treated to a lot of good character development for Shu and Inori. As well as Shu’s friend who SPOILER ALERT turns out to be a jackass. Shu is put into a tough situation and is going to have to be saved by either the terrorists or his wits. My money is on the terrorists because Shu ain’t no Light Yagami.
An observation I’ve made
In Persona 4 The animation your inner self is a badass fighting monster.
In Guilty Crown your inner self is a vase or a fridge.