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wu_konguk

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« on: 01-07-2003 06:35 »

Basically this a thread that allows you to give views and reviews of animes you have seen.
I'll get it stated with an anime I just rewatched again
Cowboy Bebop

What can I say this series is one of the funkyest things to hit our screens in a long time. The series follows the exploits of the bounty hunters Jet Black and Spike Speigal who are later joined by, Faye Valentine (a girl of a myterious past), Ed (a strnge hacker form Earth) and Ein (it's a data dog).
The series is funny but at other times deadly serious.
One thing that may appeal to non anime fans is that this show does not resort to stock anime traits. In Bebop there faces do not change shape when they are happy or sad (well they do change but  their eyes and mouth do not change size
I like the fact the writters were more concerned with plot than with explaining how the technology works.
This is on of the most outstanding animes in a good few years. Even if you do not like anime you have to watch this it may yet change your mind

I give Cowboy Bebop a funkay 10/10

So review or give your views on any anime movie of series (and OVA as well wink)
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« Reply #1 on: 01-07-2003 07:38 »
« Last Edit on: 01-07-2003 07:38 »

What if you are more a humor person..?..Eh..?

Well I suggest Outlaw Star

When Gene Starwind discovers a strange Case containing the project XGP,Which is actually Melfina(Love Interest),he and his freind Jim Hawking leave Earth in a ship piloted by a Outlaw called Hilda.After that there are many run in's with the infamous K-Pirates and new character's.The plot,Well they are trying to find out about Melfina's past and who crated her.The other Main Characters such as Aisha Clan Clan,Bouncy all around Excitible unpredictable Ctarl-Ctarl (Cat-Girl) and Twilight Suzuka a Samurai Assassin.There are serious moment's in the show such as the execelent Space Battle's and funny such as the typical Hot-Spring's Episode.It's a great series with execelent cast and Music.If your A Bebop fan who doesn't mind a little more comedy you'll love this.The only minor point is that there's only 1 series.

9 out 10 Funkay's..I wish there was a TV Series,Then it would be 10 out of 10.
wu_konguk

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« Reply #2 on: 01-07-2003 08:18 »

If you like comedy then I recomend
Trigun
This series is great really funny as well as some nice messages. Vash is one of the coolest heros around.
Vash the Stampede the man with the $$60000000 on his head. Basically the series follows Vash as he tries not to get captured. although he has such a high bounty on his head he makes sure never to kill anyone.
The only niggle I have is the ending it felt slightly unfinished.
I give this a catley 9/10
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« Reply #3 on: 01-07-2003 08:29 »
« Last Edit on: 01-07-2003 08:29 »

Blood - The last Vampire
Saya, the last true vampire, battles the bloodthirsty demons attacking an American base in Japan during the Vietnam War. Much of the story takes place during the late afternoon and evening, and the artists use shadows, reflections, and light with exceptional skill: the look of the film is more interesting than the underdeveloped story. Saya wields a deadly sword and pursues her foes with chilling ferocity, but she's silent and sullen and fails to develop as a character: the viewer has no idea how she views her deadly occupation.

8.5 from 10
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« Reply #4 on: 01-07-2003 08:33 »

If you like very emotional Animes, watch this one:
Grave of the Fireflies
When their mother is killed in the firebombing of Tokyo near the end of World War II, teenage Seita and his little sister Setsuko are left on their own: their father is away, serving in the Imperial Navy. The two children initially stay with an aunt, but she has little affection for them and resents the time and money they require. The two children set up housekeeping in a cave by a stream, but their meager resources are quickly exhausted, and Seita is reduced to stealing to feed his sister. Despite his efforts, she succumbs to malnutrition. Seita painfully makes his way back to the devastated city where he quietly dies in a crowded railway station.
10/10, it's the best in this chategory
wu_konguk

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« Reply #5 on: 01-07-2003 10:00 »

Grave of the Fireflys is a really cool film. I really like it alot. I agree 10/10
Dark Prince

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« Reply #6 on: 01-07-2003 11:00 »

  The only anime I've seen is Akira, cause I went and bought it last week.  Monkey knows my views on it, but just so I'm not biased from only seeing one, i'm going to go out and buy SF2 aplha, Ghost in the shell, Blood, and Perfect Blue when my next student loan comes through, so at least I can say I didn't give up just because I didn't like the first one.
MuscaDomestica

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« Reply #7 on: 01-07-2003 12:55 »
« Last Edit on: 01-07-2003 12:55 »

I didn't like GitS or Blood too much... although a lot of people do.

Spirited Away
Hayao Miyazaki's newest movie that has been in limited release for the past couple months, is one of the best films I have seen this year. It is a children’s film but Miyazaki's careful attention to detail and his imagination make it enjoyable to people of all ages. It involves a girl who gets trapped in a run down theme park that is not what it seems…
It is easily the best-animated film of the year (sorry Lilo and Stitch) I recommend everyone check it out. Disney actually got a good group of people to work on the dub and the cast works well for the characters. It isn’t as great as Laputa or as epic as Mononoke (although it doesn’t need to be), it has some pacing problems in the beginning, but then it speeds up and has lots of unforgettable imagery. I recommend it 10/10.
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« Reply #8 on: 01-07-2003 13:13 »

Some Comedy:
DNA˛
DNA˛ are 12 Episodes and 3 OVAs.
It is about a girl coming from the futur to stop a megaplayboy in our time, becaus he'll have about 100 childeren with 100 different woman. In the futur there'll be a problem with overpopulation and because of this the megaplayboy must been stoped in the present...
But everything came different by then. The megaplayboy, Junta, has a problem with women. Everytime he sees one nerly naked or in a sexy dress he has to puke. But the Karin Aoi, the girl from the future, shoots at him with the DNA-Bullet, that should solve the problem. But the bullet has been changed and only because of the wrong DNA-bullet Junta become the megaplayboy...

It's very funy and a little romantic and the OVAs are very good too, because of this 9.5/10
ZombieJesus

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« Reply #9 on: 01-07-2003 14:00 »

I have seen:

Akira (the only one I have on DVD)
Ghost in the Shell
Patlabor I & II
Wicked City
Wings of Honneamise
Dominion Tank Police
Ninja Scroll
All of the Macross movies
Legend of the Overfiend *cough*
Roujin Z

The list goes on. I rented and borrowed lots of anime movies, totaling somewhere near 90.

I hate the ones from Rumiko Takahashi.

Battle Angel Alita was much too short in my opinion.
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« Reply #10 on: 01-07-2003 15:17 »

I like the gory ones... i.e. Ninja Scroll, Wicked City, Golgo 13, Lily C.A.T., Akira, Vampire Hunter D, & Ghost in the Shell.... I think that's all I've seen & all of them are good
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« Reply #11 on: 01-07-2003 16:09 »

Have anyone seen JinRoh and can tell me what (s)he thinks 'bout it?
evan

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« Reply #12 on: 01-07-2003 21:43 »

Dude, I have a feeling that most of these are going to be ranked 10 out of 10.

Neon Genesis: Evangelion

This is my favorite series, which often leads to clashes between me and my Bebop-obsessed friend (Bebop's really good, but Evangelion nudges it out).

Oh, where to begin on NG:E? It's perhaps the most dynamic, most complex, most relevent, most everything anime series to date. It's as revolutionary now as it was 10 years ago during its first run. People are still fanatic about it.

For those of you who don't know what Evangelion is, I'll try to sum up the basic plot...

In the year 2000, something secret happened at the South Pole. This something was named the Second Impact, and the Second Impact resulted in a large explosion and chemical imbalance that destroyed almost 40 percent of the world's population. The world was sent into chaos, and only 15 years later are things almost stable again...

Shinji Ikari is the son of Commander Gendo Ikari, the chairman/man in charge of the secret organization NERV. NERV's goal is to prevent another Second Impact as well as create the clandestine "Human Instrumentality Project". Things are going managable until 2015, when the '3rd Angel' appears over the ruins of Old Tokyo.

To keep this short and mysterious, if an "Angel" where ever to reach inside NERV HQ, there would be a most definite 'Third Impact'. What NERV is keeping that the Angels want is a mystery to the public, and to most of NERV staff.

14 year old Shinji Ikari is summoned by his father once 'he has a use for him.' Shinji is to be one of 3 pilots of giant 'evangelions'. The Evangelions are half-mechanical, half-biological, partly Angel robot/creatures designed to fend off the Angels and prevent them from penetrating NERV.

Joining him are Rei Ayanami, the mysterious albino, almost glass-like, favorite of Commander Ikari, and Asuka Langely Soryu, the loudmouth German braggart involved in a bizzare love/hate relationship with Shinji. The commander, Major Misato Kasturagi, the almost burnt out commander of operations with revenge planned for the Angels.

Not only is Evangelion about the end of the world (which, face it, most anime is anyway), it's more importantly about Shinji. Evangelion is the story of Shinji growing from a boy into a man, capable of understanding himself via numerous journies into his mind and soul. In fact, the series finale ignores the Angels and focuses solely on Shinji's pyschological demons.

There are 26 episodes of "Neon Genesis: Evangelion", plus two feature length movies. "Death and Rebirth" is a short re-cap of the series, while "End of Evangelion" highlights the end of the world.

Score:
Plot: 9
Characterization: 10
Metaphorical meaning 10

{The last two would be a lot higher than 10, if the system allowed it. Just imagine they are the maximum amount possible for anime.}
Just Chris

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« Reply #13 on: 01-07-2003 23:09 »

If you like gory, Public Attorney, see all 6 episodes of Jojo's Bizarre Adventures or catch the Rurouni Kenshin OVAs.

Animes I'm currently watching: Hellsing, Hack Sign, and trying to start with Tokyo Underground.
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« Reply #14 on: 01-08-2003 00:46 »

My favorite is Trigun, which was described above. This anime doesn't reek of Japanese culture (Set in a Western environment, with snatches of English, French, and German being used sporadically, and characters that don't all look Japanese), there's no fanservice (fanservice = pornography), no characters are raped (a recurring anime theme), the music and humor are great, and it DIDN'T drag out for 600 episodes like SOME shows do. Just 26. It's very cohesive, too. Things that don't make sense and look like sloppy mistakes are explained as you gain new information later in the series. And the series is arranged in an interesting way, as far as the episodes and their "moods".
Escaflowne is good as well. And there's a new series called Dragon Drive, which I've only seen the pilot episode of but will be watching more of - seems quite good.
evan

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« Reply #15 on: 01-08-2003 01:05 »

I found Hellsing to be kind of weird and disjointed until I realized that there is still a second season of the show that hasn't been released yet. Oops.

Oh, TMC, not all anime deals with nubile young schoolgirls getting raped by tentacle monsters. That's just the stereotype. After all, there's no rape in Trigun, or Evangelion, or Cowboy Bebop....just implied rape or sexual misdeeds.

And was the '600 episode' remark a crack at DBZ? Cuz, if so, I can so defend it in a pinch. Just wait until I review it.   tongue

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wu_konguk

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« Reply #16 on: 01-08-2003 06:43 »

 
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Have anyone seen JinRoh and can tell me what (s)he thinks 'bout it?


As you wish
Jin Roh
I really liked this film the animation was extreamly well done and the story was very good. Throughout they tell parts of the Tale of Red Riding hood but it's not a version i ever heard for one its allot gorrier.
Basically the plot follows the wrongs and rights og national guards and state armies.
I have only seen it once and I really would have to watch it again to make sure the ending makes absolute sense.
All in all this film has very potent sceens and visualls that my stay with you forever.

Jin Roh legend of the wolf Brigade is a good film not brillent so i give it a howling 7/10
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« Reply #17 on: 01-08-2003 09:13 »

Thank a lot, hope a friend of mine have it
Dark Prince

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« Reply #18 on: 01-08-2003 11:07 »

  Just saw SF2 so no need now to go and buy it.  It made me laugh, but it was a bit too moral, if that's the word that I mean.  I think it is, but I can't be sure.
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« Reply #19 on: 01-08-2003 11:11 »

Lessee - I've seen a bit of Trigun, will see the rest assuming TMC remembers the DVDs when he visits, and Read or Die, a nifty little 3-episode series, about a woman whose super power is the ability to manipulate paper.  No really, it's a cool ability to have.  Flying around NYC in a giant paper airplane, stoppping bullets with a sheet of printer paper, fighting with a sword made out of money . . . it's definitely #3 on my list of super powers to have.

Oh, and Dragonball Z is a guilty pleasure I indulge in with the guys I live with at school, but I don't need to tell you about that.
MuscaDomestica

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« Reply #20 on: 01-08-2003 11:40 »
« Last Edit on: 01-08-2003 11:40 »

One thing that I like about Anime is the fact that fans actually seem to have some control over the product. Mononoke was origonally going to be released as a dub only DVD but because of fans was released with both languages. Although it can work the other way around. Anno (The guy who did Eva) was annoyed by all of the fans complaining about the deeply personal ending of the series. So he made a movie which had action and sex in the first half but also did some horrible things to the characters the second half was stranger then the tv series and has one of the most open endings of any anime series...

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I second Read or Die, it is a really well made OAV action packed but does not take its self seriously.
Margarita

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« Reply #21 on: 01-08-2003 12:08 »

I don't like anime like 'yu-gi-oh' (people from #futuramachat know)
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« Reply #22 on: 01-08-2003 13:28 »

Like we care.Stop posting your complaning crap on a anime review thread.We have a 'Cartoon's you hate' thread.
wu_konguk

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« Reply #23 on: 01-09-2003 09:21 »

Well since i just watched it again, not sure what number this one is but hey.

Tench Forever: Tenchi Muyo in love 2

This is the third Tenchi movie but the second from the TV series continuium and the last Tenchi movie. The movie begins with Ayeka and Ryoko arguing again but they then confront Tenchi and tell him to finnally choose the one he loves. So Tenchi does the most logical thing he runs like hell. He then disappears and the girls begin to search for him. Six months later they find him older with no memories of them and with a mysterious woman call Haruna. The film tells how the girls try to get Tenchi back.
Well that's the premise of the film now for the review. Let me start by saying i am a huge Tenchi fan, some moght know this from the other threads, so I was more likely to enjoy this than non Tenchi fans. I did enjoy this film allot I felt the story was better constucted than Daughter of Darkness.

This movie is more mature than most of the other Tenchi media, not mature as in dirty but more mature it it's style. The character designs reflect this, more simple gone are the elobarate costumes replaced by more down to Earth styles. this movie also reduces alot of the standardcomedy elements (poping eyes ect) and some of the characters like Ryo-ohki, Mihoshi, Kiyomeand Sasami are mearly only cameos roles in this movie. As such this is a more serious style of movie focusing more on the emotions of the characters rather than comedy.

Although the character designs are more simplistic the backgrounds are not. The detail make for quite beautiful settings. Another thing that I always liked in Tenchi was the beautiful background music and Tenchi forever is no exception. The musid may not be as orchestral as previous Tenchi works but is still very nice to listnen to even on it's own.

Due to some of the reasons mentioned above some Techi fans did not like this film so much. In fact it is these reasons and more why i like the film so much. Rather than sticking to the tired and tested measures they wanted to try something different and I think it worked.

One of the things that bothered me is that becasue this was the final movie I thought Tenchi might choose but he does not. In fact I now know he is meant to in the third and final OVA so all is still well. Although he does not choose it is nice that they put in little things that might be hinting to the one he does love. of course they could be  red herings but meh.

I really liked this film and if yor a Tenchi fan you have to watch it other wise I would suggest you watch the series then watch the film to apprecaite it.

All in all I give this movie 10/10 carrots
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« Reply #24 on: 01-09-2003 19:44 »

Me personally favor

Vandread

In the far future, men and women live on separate planets and harbor a deep resentment for each other. The two planets, Mejeirr and Taraaku, are located in the same system however and skirmishes in space are not uncommon.
Hibiki is a low 3:rd class citizen on Taraaku, the men's planet, and as such he has nearly no privelages and is subject to only the crappiest of manual labor and factory production. He takes on a stupid provocation to steal one of the finished products of the factory he works on, the Bangata class Mecha. However, things turn sour when the ship housing the finished Mechas takes off ahead of schedule only to be ambushed by female pirates hiding in orbit. Being caught totally unaware, the women win easily and attempt to take control of the ship. As the surviving crewmen are being shuttled away in escape pods, the General of Taraaku's orbital defense orders the destruction of the captured ship which by some strange phenomenon is warped through space into uncharted territory. The remainder of the Mejale pirates must now work toghether with the only three remainders of the male crew on the Ikazuchi (name of the ship), The mechanic Hibiki, the doctor Duero and the navigator Bart.
The thing that warped the Ikazuchi through space also altered the ship itself as well as the only remaining Bangata and three of the Female pirate Dread class fighters. In this process, the pilots of each craft was bonded to his/her vehicle so that only the owner could use it, but... when The Bangata and any one of the three Dreads get near each other in space.. rather interesting (and cool) things begins to happen and the ships merge into one.


Vandread is one of the most detailed and finely animated animes ive ever seen. The graphics are nothing short of fantastic and while the plot may seem simple, the character development through all the 26 episodes is remarkable.
Add onto this excellent humour and countless more or less embarrassing situations  wink and you got a true work of art.

9/10 Buckazoids
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« Reply #25 on: 01-10-2003 18:36 »

1 - How on earth did I forget Read or Die? It is quite entertaining, and since it's only 3 episodes, what do you lose by deciding to watch it? About an hour.

2 - Static, your mention of buckazoids stirs long forgotten Space Quest memories. I remember years ago when I sat in this office snickering and laughing at the currency being named Buckazoids.
Just Chris

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« Reply #26 on: 01-10-2003 20:23 »

Currently watching: .Hack Sign So far I've only seen 2 episodes, but I've got two more on the way (wink, wink) and it's been good so far. It takes place in a fantasy RPG world where you log on to the net to play. But it's much more deeper than a game. The main character, Tsukasa, has strange powers that the other characters (in the game) don't have. And unlike the other characters, he's stuck in the game and never able to log out, and it seems he's not physically in front of a computer at all. So his existence in there is a mystery.

I think this series is going to make it to Adult Swim, but I hope they don't screw up with the dubbing.

I should watch something like Vandread. I wanted to get my mecha fix for some time now.
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« Reply #27 on: 01-11-2003 02:30 »

4 Episodes..?..wow,He's going to find a love interest,Battle and have time for the perverted jokes in just 2 hours (if each episode if half-a-hour each)
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« Reply #28 on: 01-13-2003 07:20 »

Metropolis was pretty sucky IMO. The music from the 50's and the retro style characters didn't do it for me.

The storyline was virtually ripped from other anime, like Akira (governement wants to control an incredible power which they don't understand, military coup, one of the characters mutates into a being of incredible power, the city being destroyed in apocalyptic scenes,  ...)
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« Reply #29 on: 01-17-2003 10:25 »

Just watched Grave Of The Fireflies, and I quite enjoyed it. Does anyone have a recommendation of any good "emo-anime"/anti- war movies? Something along the lines of Jin Roh, perhaps?
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« Reply #30 on: 01-17-2003 15:01 »

Saw most of Ninja Scroll while visiting Nix. This does not go on my list of favorite animes. Too graphically violent, too much nudity, and I disliked some turns the plotline took.
evan

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« Reply #31 on: 01-17-2003 17:56 »

I just wasn't a big fan of "Ninja Scroll" because I thought it was kind of silly. C'mon, posion through the breasts?!?   evil laugh

(big sigh, now ready for another reivew)

Evan's review for DragonBall Z (part 1):

I've talked about this show enough, and you all know of it, and I'm almost finished watching the entire series (through nefarious, non-downloading means), so it's time for a review. Mind you, this isn't going to be fully complete, because I'd like to keep this somewhat of a surprise if you're interested and want to see it for yourself. And I'll only be doing the first two 'sagas' now.

The Sayian Saga

Quick backstory, before we start. Goku is our main character. Through the trials and mad-time fun tribulations of "Dragonball", the original series, we meet Goku and learn all his crazy stuff about him growing up. To sum it all up, he's pretty powerful, can manipulate ki, and was had a tail until he was 13.

Anyways...

DBZ starts with the introduction of the 1st of many new characters to the series - Gohan, son of Goku. During the first episode, Gohan is kidnapped by an as-yet unknown person. Out looking for his son, Goku runs across his main adversary in DB, Piccolo - a 7 foot, green skinned, half demon who swore to kill Goku after Goku killed Piccolo's 'father'.

The two are about to do battle, when the mysterious kidnapper of Gohan shows up. His name is Radditz, and keeps asking Goku to 'join him'. Radditz looks earlier similar to Goku, with the same black style hair, a similar face, and, to top it off, a tail like the one Goku had growing up. Radditz claims he is Goku's brother, and that they are both 'Sayians', an alien race of mercenaries and warriors who live to kill. Radditz tells Goku (or "Kakarott", Goku's Sayian name) to come with him and leave this planet to waste.

Realizing Radditz is much too powerful, Goku and Piccolo form a temporary alliance. During the battle, Radditz cleans house against both, and it is only with a lucky shot by Piccolo that Radditz gets hurt.

In a desperate move Goku grabs Radditz and Piccolo uses the mankenseppo energy beam to attack. In a horrible 'accident', the beam kills both Radditz and Goku. In Radditz's last breaths, he tells Piccolo that he had been transmitting the fight to the two other remaining Sayians, and that they will quickly come to avenge his death and destroy this planet. They will arrive in one year.

By then, Goku must find his way out of Heaven, Piccolo must start to train Gohan, and the rest of Goku's friends from DB must prepare to fight two enemies that they have almost no chance in hell of beating.

Synopsis:

Okay, this is mainly a transition from DB to DBZ, which gives it a really hurky-jerky feel. The new characters are highlighted (Gohan, Piccolo, the Sayian Prince Vegeta) and the older characters (Yamcha, Tien, Chao-Tzu) become almost useless. This leads to almost a big lop-sided mess. We know the 2nd group is a bunch of losers, but there is still time spent on them.

The plot is perhaps as simple as DBZ ever gets. From this, it's actually hurt quite a bit. There's a lot of training seen, and a lot of it is relatively boring. The fight with the Sayians is also lop-sided and somewhat boring for our futile heros. It is only at the end, when Goku, Gohan, and Krillin (Goku's best friend) square off against Vegeta that it becomes interesting. And that's just setting the stage for the Namek saga.

Overall, this isn't that great, but it is essential. The best characterizations (Gohan, Vegeta) start here, so it's pretty hard to ignore. The animation is bad, the voices are sub-standard, and it's sort of a big mess to start off with.

Scores:
Plot: 5.5 out of 10.
Animation: 4 out of 10.
Metaphor/Thematics: 4 out of 10.

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« Reply #32 on: 01-21-2003 12:09 »

Neon Genesis Evangelion and Patlabor so far I'm just started to watch anime.
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« Reply #33 on: 01-21-2003 12:19 »

 
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Originally posted by Just Chris:I think this series is going to make it to Adult Swim, but I hope they don't screw up with the dubbing.

It'll be on Saturday Toonami in february
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« Reply #34 on: 01-21-2003 15:22 »

I thought they're getting rid of Saturday Action Toonami, because Adult Swim is expanded?
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« Reply #35 on: 01-21-2003 15:49 »

No, no... That was Saturday AdultSwim. Saturday Toonami runs from 1-4 PM, and includes He-Man, Transformers Armada, DBZ, DB, and G Gundam.
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« Reply #36 on: 02-01-2003 01:48 »

I'm looking forward to Trigun.I just hope I have Patience to wait half-a-year.At least I have longer emptier tapes now.
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« Reply #37 on: 02-01-2003 02:01 »

I just saw most of the Trigun DVDs at Border's this weekend. I assume that means they "make the rounds" eventually. After all, that's how I saw Trigun.
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« Reply #38 on: 02-01-2003 02:20 »

You can't rent good Anime down here in the UK,Unless it's in huge City's like Liverpool or London.
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« Reply #39 on: 02-05-2003 10:08 »

The only Anime I have ever been impressed with and felt compelled to buy was Princess Mononoke, which I would probably give a 9 out of 10. As far as other Anime, though, I can only watch the same convoluted plot lines so many times before getting disinterested. C'mon, how many anime's can there be with ninja schoolgirls? (well, enough, obviously...)
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