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Many talks have been had in this board about the idea of "progress" and "generations" across Gurren-Lagann's narrative, but I believe some of you are over-looking another key concept integral to the storytelling: "individuality".

Even if the actual idea conveyed lays in the need of "diversity" for progress, the overall development goes through some very interesting depictions that closely relates to both the Ganmem and Simon's relationship with Kamina or Nia. In my following posts, I'll use visual and textual quotes from the show in order to bring to a better understanding my probably controversial statement.