Attack On Titan: Ode to Mikasa’s 6 pack abs.

As I wrote before, Mikasa’s abs were shocking, even more shocking than cannibalism from Attack On Titan. The most shocking thing from that anime, I mean the most shocking thing happened to me in my entire moe life. So, as an aspiring lyricist, it was urgent to have a song produced to express this shockness. I was going to program Megurine Luka for this song, but got busy with capitalism lately, but later at some point I will post it with a Luka version, but anyway here is the lyrics:

Mikasa is beautifugly

Mikasa the cutest girl that I had ever seen
Anime the 2D world that I could only depend
Mikasa so exquisite that I had ever dreamed
Till I saw her working out without any uniform

Mikasa Mikasa
Her eyes are very cold
Like a killing machine on the horizon

To Moe pigs, she’s such a turn off
Coz they never wanna see
That disgusting abs on the horizon

Mikasa’s six pack abs I never wanna see
Terminator 2 just gave me the same repulsiveness
Sara Conner freaked me out with over-muscularness
Never dreamed of seeing this in the form of anime!

Mikasa Mikasa
Her eyes are very cold
Like a killing machine on the horizon

To Moe pigs, she’s such a turn off
Coz they never wanna see
That disgusting abs on the horizon

Ah, Mikasa is cute
Shubirapapayaya
Mikasa is strong
But beautifugly, because of six pack abs

Ah, don’t wear bikini,
Shubirapapayaya
Don’t expose your abs
Only wear sukumizu, keep your abs to yourself, or to Eren Yeager
Otherwise please cover that shit!

Images below for 6 pack abs fetishists. :)

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Even moe-stylized Mikasa has abs! Please wear sukumizu instead of bikini!

20 thoughts on “Attack On Titan: Ode to Mikasa’s 6 pack abs.”

  1. Mikasa’s abs are just as awesome as she is. It is great she is not just another cookie-cutter moe fanboy dream girl. It adds to her character, the hostile environment she lives in, and the uniqueness of the show.

    Your obsession that her fictional body doesn’t meet your standards of beauty is starting to border on misogynistic. Seriously, let it go.

    1. If you think her abs are great, then great for you. To me, it’s ugly, just like Sarah Conner’s muscles from T2. And I don’t think me perceiving her abs as ugly is misogynist or sexist or anything bad, I just have a different taste from yours which is expressed in a form of lyrics in this article at this time. But only her abs are ugly, other than that, she is amazing.

  2. You’re right. Not finding her abs attractive in itself is not misogynist or sexist. It is your opinion.

    However, writing multiple articles on the subject (and a song) on how “ugly” they are, for no other reason than you find her abs “icky” is bordering on it.

    We live in a world where people come in all shapes and sizes. Why must all anime girls be the same recycled moe tropes again and again? Why can’t there be one that has a little more meat to her? Story-wise it makes sense for Mikasa to look the way she does. And this goes for other shows too. If they were to decide to make the Major in GitS a bit more buff, or even Revy in Black Lagoon, would you have a problem with that too? These are active, athletic, and strong women, and their bodies should reflect that.

    1. There are only two articles I wrote about her abs so far, and the next article will be the last one, since I plan to program this song with Megurine Luka. I may plan to write more articles about Krista instead because she’s really an angel. And you personally know me very well, I’m a moe pig who oinks to have fun. So, just take it light-heartedly and laugh it off. You know I didn’t mean to cause a serious debate, just wrote what I felt frankly. And that abs inspired me to write lyrics, so actually her abs were inspirational to me.

      Just to add, the Major and Revy, or Barme from Jormungand, I knew they are already muscular from the beginning, so it wasn’t shocking. They have no problem with me, to be honest their bodies aren’t my type though, but we all know that they are tremendously awesome. On the contrary, I almost declared Mikasa to be my wife, I fell in love with her, so it was kind of betrayal because I didn’t know she was that muscular, particularly her abs, it was deceptive in a way (from my perspective), that’s why it was utterly shocking to me as a moe pig. Hope this clears up why I wrote these articles.

    2. This guy is a joke. His sincere animosity toward the fact a fictional female character isn’t physically depicted how he would want her is abhorrent to say the least. And I agree with your sentiment that her physique is one specifically adapted to her very FUNCTIONAL role. — The very questionable “wife” role is very much misoginistic, whether or not you realize that. You’re defining and placing very strict views on women to fit a role as if that’s their sole purpose.. That’s ridiculous and exceptionally definitive of misoginistic, not to mention the shaming, hate and general “distaste”. Yeah, you have your opinion, but you don’t get to stroll around acting like the fact that its an opinion doesn’t make you free from scrutiny or rebuke.

      1. @Kavu

        I love Mikasa except for her abs. I love woman but not abs. How come if I hate abs, then that becomes misogyny? That doesn’t make any sense. I hate steroid showered muscles in general like Fist of North Star, not particularly on women. And I’m a feminist because I love women more than anybody do. And I am not defining and placing strict views on women, quite the opposite. This is 21 century, they can be anything they want. They can be soldiers, or even become President, and they can even marry same sex. Who cares. No more DADT and DOMA. But rather I’m misoandrist. I hate men, and I myself is a man, thus I hate myself. I wish I was born girl, or at least a boy with feminine face like Armin of Attack On Titan or Rukako of Steins;gate, I wish my face was as feminine as theirs so I could crossplay really well at cons. I regret I was born too masculine. Hourou Musuko was a great anime written by Mari Okada, I identify myself with that cross-dressing boy. How can I be a misogynist then? Btw, this article itself is a joke. So laugh. Why are you arguing seriously like a femi-nazi?

  3. Hello there,

    Those abs are awesome! I think it is because of everyday exercise, eating the right kind of foods and taking good care of their body. Anyways, in the real world, we should always take good care of our body. Eat the right kind of food and do some exercise.

    Regards,
    George

  4. block ads on this site ad block. come laugh at a dude who needs to write a song cuz girls without flat stomachs scare him. no revenue gained for him. laugh laugh.

    look at him call someone a “feminazi” for calling out his sexist behaviour, watch as he continues to defend himself from the horrible persecution of….someone seeing misogyny and explaining to him where he went wrong. shake head. Mr Lame-o indeed.

    happy to not be giving this dude any money.

    1. I’m a feminist. I just don’t like muscular bodies in general. nobody has attacked me when I say I don’t like over-muscularness on guys, but when I say I don’t like over-muscularness on women, especially Mikasa, why suddenly sexist behavior? it doesn’t make sense at all. sounds feminazi to attack that as sexist, which doesn’t help anything to promote equality and gay rights.

      1. They way you talk about women demonstrates you have no idea what feminism is. Furthermore it when speaking about her abs, it’s a functional piece of the character, you would prefer an aesthetic difference, that’s the core issue. The fact that she doesn’t meet a visual representation is the basis for general male oriented misogyny. This other person claiming “me” to be misoginistic also has no idea what they’re talking about, furthermore your use of “fem-nazi” (ie: ad hominem) is equally as demonstrable of your ignorance in regards to this topic. Here’s the deal, you can like female bodies however you prefer, that’s normal, preferences and opinions on aesthetics are normal, but voicing them in a way to suggest that a character or her body type is worthy of derision is what’s reprehensible. It serves no purpose but to insight negativity about the female body because it doesn’t fit “your” needs or wants.

        Also Sara, explain to me how I have expressed “dislike” or “hate” about a character. I’m talking about the difference between aesthetic appeal and function.. If you notice men are often depicted in the role of “functional” in most media portrayal and females tend to be the attainable love or object. In the case of Attack on Titan, we get some powerful female roles, yet this post suggests we deconstruct them down to visual components because it doesn’t appease his fantasy ideal woman.

      2. Still I don’t see why making fun of her abs will make me misogynist. I love girls more than anyone else. So I’m totally feminist. I crave for their attention but so far no girl has returned their love to me so that has made me into kimo-ota having moe on unreal girls and going buhi(oink) over them as a perorist moe pig. Or go to maid cafe in Akihabara because in reality or 3d, no girl smiles at me and gives me warmth with welcoming attitude. But even skinship is not allowed at maid cafe in japan so i rather hug real girls in usa. japan is too skinshipless country which i think is a bit pathologically mysophobic. No one does even handshake in japan! Yes I’m like “faceless” from Spirited Away, always craving for girls love, even just a little friendship. So I’m feminist because I love girls. People hate girls are called misogynist. Yes I’m philogynist. Feminism is philogyny. I don’t like muscular body in general not just for women in particular.

        Moreover, Anime itself makes fun of breast size all the time which is cliche but no one claims that as misogyny. We take that as comedy but when I’m making fun of abs on women, suddenly outcry of misogyny, as if some feminazis have picked on me. This is not to deconstruct or any philosophical statement here, but rather philogynical prose. i love mikasa but just like for anybody you love someone but at the same you hate some part of her. To me it is abs but only that part of mikasa i dont like. and just having fun by writing lyrics, kind of doujin or fan art piece.

      3. Hello. I think the reason people are calling you misogynist is because your reaction to her abs is too…absolute. :P Many misogynists are absolutists/extremists in nature. So a they mistakenly draw a parallel between you and those misogynists. Does this makes sense?

        I think if you dialed it (mikasa’s abs hate) down a bit…their reaction would be less severe.

        Anyway….to me you come across like a naive guy. Not a misogynist.

      4. Hi Tenshi,

        Ok, well, I’m as naive as 17 years old boy without any sexual social experiences. But 17 forever is praised by Inoue Kikuko. I totally admire Mikasa, she’s Rosie the Riveter of our otakudom. I just don’t like her abs, that’s all.

  5. You sound like you’re misogynistic.
    She needs those abs to survive.

    It’s unlikely Krista will make it alive till the end of the anime because she’s weak.

    1. Sara, I love girls more than anybody else so I can’t be misogynist. The love and longing for girls but its lack of skinship has made me into otaku and go for 2d girls without skinship but virtual skinship inside my head or fantasy which chain of action is called moe moe kyun♥!so i am fundamentally philogynist. not philololist though but perorist moe pig. buhi (oink)! And I’m not denying her to have muscular abs. Just feeling shocked from her abs so wrote lyrics about that.

      Krista is strong because she graduated as one of the top ten of the 104 alumni. We can see she got muscle on her legs.

  6. Moe characters are pretty much just toys or puppets for people to use, so I’m glad that the author of AOT didn’t decide to go that route…not to mention the character designs in general are far more interesting than most manga artists. I feel like there is more variety in the bodies/faces in general, compared to most anime.

    1. I don’t think moe characters are just toys if you are refering to moe figures or dakimakura. The sense of kawaii, that you want to take care and hug, and have skinship with, that is moe. Yes, that you want to unite, become one. urge of Lets get united like Aquarion. Feel so good. that you forget about cold reality that you can’t change. AOT is like a revival of the Fist Of the North Star, that gruesome style of the 80s, so rather anachronistic to me. Yes, gekiga, like Golgo 13, looks too serious. No moe element at all. but AOT is still redeemable because there is a moe character that I want to get married, just show her more!

    2. I agree. For Mikasa, it actually makes sense and fits her perfectly. She is living in a world where there are gigantic monstrosities running amok, and she is with an army to try and save humanity. As a soldier, you are expected to be fit, strong, and be ready for anything. Making Mikasa look like the damsel in distress does not fit her role in the anime at all, she has to have abs so she can survive, she has to be physically fit and strong so she can fight Titans. Besides, her abs are toned but not super defined toned > w >. She should stay the way she is, makes sense, she’s still smexii <3 <3

  7. Well, I’m on the side that doesn’t like the abtasticness of Mikasa. I love Mikasa, she’s so damn cool, such a badass, and she’s super cute.

    But I do think her abs are a little too defined. There’s nothing wrong with some muscle tone, but I thought her abs looked jarring, they didn’t fit with the rest of her physique – that’s why I dislike them.

    Ah… but she is still sexy isn’t she.

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