Don’t customize your screens, dear reader. The angular shadow you see in the image above is just a fraction of what floods the entire Tekken: Bloodline series, which has fans confused. Whether the fighter is near an open fire or a stage spotlight, the show’s characters somehow manage to find themselves in the shadow of a giant triangle, often in a hilarious way. Understandably, the pointed bits of shadow have become something that fans, even with their love for their show, couldn’t help but… well, point out.
@FGC_Daily praised the show but couldn’t ignore the glaring issue, saying, “Just finished watching Tekken: Bloodline.” The action scenes were excellent and my ability to see normal shadows is now permanently preserved.” @Ozymahdiaz got a little creative, using the classic veined baby meme saying, “Watching Tekken: Bloodline and trying my best to ignore the triangular shadows.”
Other viewers carefully studied the show, unable to comprehend what they saw. @KieranDoherty described it as “repulsive”, saying, “God… EVERY character has it, even if they’re looking up and into the light! Even in evenly lit rooms.” Fortunately, Dominic Ng from Yahoo News offered a theory as to why the triangular shadows exist, explaining, “The anime is all done in 3D and is not your typical hand-drawn anime, so I think this oversight was present.” See for yourself and watch Tekken: Bloodline on Netflix right now (preferably in a well-lit area).