I found the reading as a bit of a cohesive way to really make more sense of editing, contextualising something i tend to really do with mostly intuition and hardly any knowledge. Especially editing in such a way that fits in with the way our brains worth to fill in the blanks, and perceiving the whole in CLOSURE.
In this case, contextualisating this different ways editing can work help to better make sense of what i going on. Aspect-to-aspect seem to be crucial in Japanese manga for it’s ability to foster a vivid imagination of what is going on and perhaps also as a way of storyboarding an inevitable anime episode. They help to form a scene in ones mind rather than allowing one play out.