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EvilLunch

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« Reply #200 on: 07-07-2004 14:44 »
« Last Edit on: 07-07-2004 14:44 »

Hanaukyo Maids. The name still causes me pain.
Last year when I volunteered at an anime con to get in free, I was mostly put on guard duty, stopping people without badges, standing at doorways, etc. It was BORING. I really wanted to work a viewing room.. It was easy, just click a few times to start an episode, then relax and watch anime! I finally got to do so on the very last day.. Hanaukyo maids! Hmm, never heard of that. Probably some harmless harem anime.. After all, Tenchi wasn't SO bad...
I don't know what about this show offends me so much. It's the worst of everything in a harem show in one horrific chunk of 15 minute episodes. EVERYTHING about it annoyed me and turned me off. The worst part is, I couldn't leave. For that sad, sad hour, I lost faith in anime. Then I went and watched Naruto. Phew.. crisis averted..
All the evil of the world in one cute blue haired girl.


Pervy TOTPD!!
Nurdbot

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« Reply #201 on: 07-07-2004 15:06 »

Poor EL, I haven't seen some crap anime yet. Aika's Intro is incredibly cheesy, that's as close as it gets.
Klumsy Kitty

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« Reply #202 on: 07-08-2004 16:38 »
« Last Edit on: 07-08-2004 16:38 »

Oh, there is crap anime out there if you go looking for it; there is enough that you can find it by 'accident' too if you don't do your homework.   roll eyes Kabuto & Doomed Megalopolis come to mind...

Nerdlingus, that is exactly why Najica sounds so cool. ME LIKES IT!!   laff I second that Akira and Shirow recc., EvilLunch knows her anime. I would also add Kite, especially the Director's cut version, or maybe the Armitage OVA, that would be Poly matrix in movie form.

Speaking of OVA, Mr.Nintendo are you talking about Samurai X: The Motion Picture, or the Samurai X: Trust & betrayal OVA? Either way 30 pounds is what, $54 U.S.? That seems REALLY steep in either case, I suggest you shop around! I've never seen either of those priced that high. The OVA is great and the movie is good but neither of them should go for that price!

I disagree with you some David A., OS and Bebop have quite a few characters/traits in common. Both crews come together haphazardly, you've got a diminutive expert hacker in each, the primary characters(Gene/Spike) are adept at slightly unusuual combat techniques... There are a lot of others if you look for them. No, they really are not identical, sorry if I was giving that impression, but both series had the same "feel" to me at certain times. They both had that sci-fi, frontier universe with both crews operationg outside the law, never seeming to make much of a profit either.    wink Maybe OS was a bit more focused since that crew more or less all had some common interest in the Leyline, while Bebop was much more interested in the individual stories, but I definitely thought they had some similar vibes, like in the way certain of the characters interacted. Maybe that's too common though.   frown

Well, that Hot Springs episode had me thinking it was a BIT thin on rationalizing why they were wasting time there instead of going to the Leyline, but it was acceptable and my favorite of the fillers so no real argument there.

edit: Darn, I forgot. Umm, the 'bohemian' ending I was referring to,for lack of a better descriptiion, was when Suzuka and Aisha sort of went off on their own towards the end of the series,after they had that Leyline story wrapped up. I sort of would have preferred it to end that way myself.  roll eyes  You will remember they showed up a few minutes later and it was all 'happily ever after' materiel. no no It was pretty clear they were fishing for a second season though.
Nurdbot

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« Reply #203 on: 07-09-2004 02:10 »

That Hotsprings episode was typical anime.
David A

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« Reply #204 on: 07-09-2004 03:52 »

I had typed up a long reply to this, but my browser crashed just before I clicked on send.  Let's try this again.

 
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Originally posted by Klumsy Kitty:
I disagree with you some David A., OS and Bebop have quite a few characters/traits in common. Both crews come together haphazardly, you've got a diminutive expert hacker in each, the primary characters(Gene/Spike) are adept at slightly unusuual combat techniques... There are a lot of others if you look for them. No, they really are not identical, sorry if I was giving that impression, but both series had the same "feel" to me at certain times. They both had that sci-fi, frontier universe with both crews operationg outside the law, never seeming to make much of a profit either.     wink Maybe OS was a bit more focused since that crew more or less all had some common interest in the Leyline, while Bebop was much more interested in the individual stories, but I definitely thought they had some similar vibes, like in the way certain of the characters interacted. Maybe that's too common though.    frown

The differences far outweigh the similarities.

Aside from their ages and the fact that they're both computer experts, Jim and Ed are almost complete opposites.  Jim is down to earth and rational.  Ed is practically feral.  As for the primary characters' combat techniques, Spike is a master of unarmed combat and Gene uses a pistol that fires magic bullets.  If you call that a similarity, you're really reaching.  Outlaw Star did explore the frontier of the universe, but Bebop never left earth's solar system.

Look, I'm not saying that there aren't any similarities, but if you look hard enough you can find similarities between any two anime series.  Rurouni Kenshin and Trigun have far more in common than Outlaw Star and Cowboy Bebop, but nobody calls Trigun a cheap imitation of Rurouni Kenshin.

If you really want to see something similar to Outlaw Star, forget Bebop and go watch Firefly.

 
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Well, that Hot Springs episode had me thinking it was a BIT thin on rationalizing why they were wasting time there instead of going to the Leyline, but it was acceptable and my favorite of the fillers so no real argument there.

That episode was mainly just fan service, but the reason they went to that planet was to get some rare caster shells.  Gene used those shells against the pirates in the final episodes, so I wouldn't call the trip to the hot springs planet a waste of time.

 
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edit: Darn, I forgot. Umm, the 'bohemian' ending I was referring to,for lack of a better descriptiion, was when Suzuka and Aisha sort of went off on their own towards the end of the series,after they had that Leyline story wrapped up. I sort of would have preferred it to end that way myself.   roll eyes  You will remember they showed up a few minutes later and it was all 'happily ever after' materiel.  no no It was pretty clear they were fishing for a second season though.

I doubt that Gene was very happy about Aisha's return, especially in light of the fact that she considers his ship and everything in it to be her property.

If they were fishing for a second season, then I wish that someone would bite.  Cartoon Network made a second season of The Big O.  Why can't they do the same for Outlaw Star?

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EvilLunch

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« Reply #205 on: 07-09-2004 03:55 »

Isn't it a law that every series must have one hotspring episode?
It's the series' with more than one, those you have to watch out for.
Nurdbot

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« Reply #206 on: 07-09-2004 15:46 »

Such as?
bankrupt

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« Reply #207 on: 07-09-2004 23:41 »

So I was looking around the anime section at Best Buy and saw the new Excel Saga box set sitting there.  It looks like an intriguing series from the descriptions on the box and what little I've read on the web.  A question to anyone who's seen it: what do you think of it?  I saw a review in the first few pages from Mr. Mayat, but it's over a year old.  I'm looking for some fresher opinions.
Pitt Clemens

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« Reply #208 on: 07-10-2004 01:11 »

I'll answer your question with another question.

Have you ever smoked crack?

If you haven't It's a hilarious and wildly zany romp through 20 anime genres with huge ammounts of tongue-in-cheek humor and characters so wacky they can't even be kept from bouncing off the walls.

If you've smoked crack, then this will be right on your level.
Nurdbot

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« Reply #209 on: 07-10-2004 01:51 »

I've watched Excel Saga, I say go for it.+
Klumsy Kitty

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« Reply #210 on: 07-10-2004 20:12 »

I stand by what I posted, David A.; there were enough similarities for me to notice them while I was watching it. Which is fine, since I liked Bebop quite a bit.

I've only seen the first half of Excel,Bankrupt, but what Pitt Clemens says is right on the money. You don't even really have to watch them in order since it is very, very episodic with each one being a parody of some genre or other. Just plain insanity most of the time. There are other parody shows out there but none quite this weird that I've yet to see. Don't watch too many episodes at once...
David A

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« Reply #211 on: 07-11-2004 02:14 »

 
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Originally posted by Klumsy Kitty:
I stand by what I posted, David A.; there were enough similarities for me to notice them while I was watching it. Which is fine, since I liked Bebop quite a bit.

Well, I had already seen Outlaw Star when I watched Bebop, and the only similarity I noticed while watching it was that some of the same voice actors were used in both series; most notably Wendee Lee.  Which is fine, since I like Wendee Lee quite a bit.
EvilLunch

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« Reply #212 on: 07-11-2004 02:33 »

I believe that both series' were dubbed by Bandai. It's a common practice for voice actors to work on many shows for the same company at one time.
Idan_Aharoni

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« Reply #213 on: 07-11-2004 04:12 »

Best series ever (besides Futurama, ofcourse) - Ghost in the shell: Stand Alone Complex, and its 2nd season, Ghost in the Shell SAC: 2nd Gig.

Superb animation, superb VERY complex plot, and the best climax in a story I've ever seen in a TV show or movie ever. Too bad episode 26 of the first season ruined its climax and was just an execuse to continue the show for a 2nd season. None the less, amazing stuff.
wu_konguk

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« Reply #214 on: 07-12-2004 11:06 »

GITS: SAC is an awesome series. I am really looking forward to the second gig.

I have just finished an intiguing series.
Beserk.
Now from what i had seen is games and pictures, I thought this series would just be blood and Gaatt's (pronounced Gut's, excuse the pun). I was infact an interesting series adn quite fun too boot.

Just one thing that bothered me was the ending. It seemed to come out of no where and was not exactly conclusive. I would be intereted to see how Gaatt's deals with the new world that has been created, maybe I should look into the Manga's.
Klumsy Kitty

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« Reply #215 on: 07-12-2004 20:14 »

 I agree wu_konguk, I have seen the first 4 discs of Berserk but my blockbuster pooped out on me and they haven't gotten around to getting the last two in.  frown Very bloody in spots but much more philosophical then I expected, you are right about that. I have heard the end is just wild so I have to finish this somehow. Had nice music to it too. I think the ending theme was done by the same band that did the music for Milennium Actress, quite odd.

They are just getting around to putting out GITS : SAC here in region 1,so I am way behind you all on that series. I never have figured out where to go to get fansubs and I was never that interested in getting them either but GITS makes me think about that sometimes.... I loved the original movie.
evan

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« Reply #216 on: 07-13-2004 02:00 »

 
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Originally posted by wu_konguk:

Beserk.

Just one thing that bothered me was the ending. It seemed to come out of no where and was not exactly conclusive. I would be intereted to see how Gaatt's deals with the new world that has been created, maybe I should look into the Manga's.

I'm pretty sure I've gone off on this before, but I hated Berserk.  To me, the plot was predictable, the characters were one-dimensional, and the fight scenes were ludicrously stupid (c'mon, somehow a guy can hold an eight foot long steel sword up for a hour-long battle? WTF?)

But I did like the last few episodes, because that's where the show started to get interested and trandscend the trite "warrior's way" segments. IMO, the ending seemed jammed onto the series, as though the writers changed their minds halfway through production.  Oh, and the first battle during the series, which is actually the last battle chronologically: weak!

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Klumsy Kitty

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« Reply #217 on: 07-14-2004 22:39 »

I can see where Evan is coming from on this one; that fight with a hundred guys that lasted for an hour...Okaaaaaay.

I really just wanted to ask what other series in anime do that though, the 'first scene is actually the last scene' thing. When I read what Evan posted I suddenly realized they did exactly the same thing in Sugar and in Grave of the Fireflies. Now with Grave I thought maybe the director did it deliberately to cut down on some of the emotional impact because that movie can be very quietly intense and maybe he wanted to tone it down some. I don't know about those other two though, is this more common in anime then I realized? What really would be the point to doing it,it is a terrible idea to me, it totally spoils the ending?
canned eggs

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« Reply #218 on: 07-15-2004 15:19 »

Man, I haven't seen any anime in a long time, except for Initial D.  Anyone else watch Initial D?  It rocks.
Nurdbot

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« Reply #219 on: 07-15-2004 20:23 »

I haven't seen Initial D, but I am intrigued. I like awesome action anime as well as those pointless fanservice ones. And soon, I will DL the rest of Trigun!

Melllvar

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« Reply #220 on: 07-15-2004 20:26 »

I've stuck an Anime called Blue Gender on my online rental list.  Anyone else seen it?

Also, by the time I get home after nightshift this week, I'll have Spirited Away waiting for me to watch.
David A

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« Reply #221 on: 07-15-2004 23:17 »

 
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Originally posted by Melllvar:
I've stuck an Anime called Blue Gender on my online rental list.  Anyone else seen it?

Yes.  Very creepy.

 
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Also, by the time I get home after nightshift this week, I'll have Spirited Away waiting for me to watch.

I still haven't seen that.
Klumsy Kitty

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« Reply #222 on: 07-16-2004 00:43 »

Ack! I expected at least David A. to have an opinion on that question, oh well.

I haven't seen or heard much about that Blue Gender but I own and love Spirited Away. One of his best looking movies but it has a lot of japanese influence; what I mean is he uses a lof of japanese mythology and themes throughout, so it MAY not appeal to an american audience as much. That being said,it is really,really neat.  smile Not a huge action-fest though. Has some really beautiful animation and backgrounds; I am just fascinated by some of the scenes with the train in them.
David A

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« Reply #223 on: 07-16-2004 02:16 »

 
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Originally posted by Klumsy Kitty:
Ack! I expected at least David A. to have an opinion on that question, oh well.

You mean about the whole 'the first scene is actually the last scene' thing?  Well, I don't know how common it is in anime (I can't think of any anime examples of this off hand.), but it's not an uncommon storytelling technique.  The point of doing it, I suppose, is to grab the viewer's attention right away.  Once you've done that, you can get on with the (perhaps not as exciting) beginning, and the viewer will stick around to see what happens in between the two.  If it's done right, it doesn't spoil the ending.  To paraphrase J. Michael Straczynski, you've seen the ending, but you've seen it out of context, and you don't really know what it means yet.  You know what's going to happen, but you don't know how or why it happens, and the how and the why are what the story is really about.

 
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I own and love Spirited Away. One of his best looking movies but it has a lot of japanese influence; what I mean is he uses a lof of japanese mythology and themes throughout, so it MAY not appeal to an american audience as much.

That just makes me want to see it even more.
EvilLunch

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« Reply #224 on: 07-16-2004 03:07 »

 
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Originally posted by Klumsy Kitty:
What really would be the point to doing it,it is a terrible idea to me, it totally spoils the ending?

It's a cyclical device to have something begin and end the same way. It brings closure. Subconsciously, it helps you recognize and feel comfortable with the final moments.. It makes things complete. Another example is in the Eva movie, where the last scenes are mirrored versions of the first ones.
Klumsy Kitty

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« Reply #225 on: 07-18-2004 15:30 »

Damn, Eva is on my list but I have not gotten around to it yet. I notice I tend to go after smaller series and OVAs to see more variety. Same issue I have with Ranma 1/2 and Tenchi Muyo, there is so much to see you will not get to see much else if you seriously go after it.

I buy maybe 5-6 anime DVDs per month and try to get them from different series unless I am trying to save money via a boxset. Those long series just eat up your available funds. I've been collecting Rorouni Kenshin for like six months now and I still have not seen the end of it yet.  frown

You know I just thought of another anime that did that 'show the end first' or almost; Record of Lodoss War's first episode was somewhere in the middle of the series so it made it even more confusing.
Idan_Aharoni

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« Reply #226 on: 07-18-2004 18:41 »

just seen another episode of GITS SAC: 2ND GIG, I'm blown away! The show hasn't lost it one bit! Very emotional episode. This is truely the best TV show out there today, since Futurama is no more :~(
SlackJawedMoron

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« Reply #227 on: 07-22-2004 09:58 »

<Sigh>
SBS just aired "Death and Rebirth..."
I almost forgot how damn compelling this show was. I may hate Shinji like the devil, and I may understand what's going on only half the time, but this is one of the few programs that's actually left me shaken. That's a good thing.
Oh well, now to wait until they  air "End of Evangelion." And I really should watch this series again. I would try to get it all on DVD but I'm so... damn... cheap...
Nurdbot

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« Reply #228 on: 07-22-2004 14:25 »

EL doesn't have to pay for her Soulseek. Why me.
evan

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« Reply #229 on: 07-22-2004 18:17 »

 
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Originally posted by SlackJawedMoron:
<Sigh>
SBS just aired "Death and Rebirth..."
I almost forgot how damn compelling this show was. I may hate Shinji like the devil, and I may understand what's going on only half the time, but this is one of the few programs that's actually left me shaken. That's a good thing.
Oh well, now to wait until they  air "End of Evangelion." And I really should watch this series again. I would try to get it all on DVD but I'm so... damn... cheap...

Just to piss you off, they're re-releasing a new version of Evangelion onto DVD for the show's 10 anniversary.  New scenes and clearer colors, supposedly.  Damn you, ADV!  How many times am I going to have to buy the same show?  (and sell my old versions on eBay?)

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Blackadder11

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« Reply #230 on: 07-28-2004 18:39 »
« Last Edit on: 07-28-2004 18:39 »

Some more halfway enjoyable rage reviews on Amazon.com.

Cowboy Bebop

Ok you retard, Cowboy Bebop may be good in character development, but thats it. Every other aspect of the show is inferior!! Jazz is an ancient form of music, this show takes place in the future, big difference!! Classical and heavy metal are apart of the wave of the future, jazz isn't!! Jazz doesn't belong in anime in general, especialy if its futuristic. And stop calling the episodes "Sessions," they're not!! Episodes of Cowboy Bebop don't deserve a special name!! They're not episodes, they're sessions!! As for the positive opinion of this show, don't listen to this stoned yuppie moron. You're better off not watching this crappy show or listening to the crappy music. Watch Akira or Star Wars, those surpass Cowboy Bebop in all aspects.

Trigun

Why do people love Trigun?!! I'm glad that the anime people in my town all hate this show, which makes these guys alot smarter than the rest. How can people love a show about a pacifist gunman, I saw the whole series hoping that Vash would snap out of this bullshit and act tough. He didn't, so he's a pussy!! If Vash fought Vasily Zaitsev (Enemy At The Gates) or Makie (Wicked City), those two would butcher that pacifist sissy!! Trigun belongs in the ranks of Pokemon and Digimon. Heroes and heroins who kill their foes are much better than those who don't. The same can be said about Rurouni Kenshin because he's also a pacifist sissy as well. Kill or be killed!! If you like this show especially for the pacifist message, you outta be dipped in cow's blood and locked in a room with a Komodo Dragon high on PCP!! Trigun sucks Enemy At The Gates rules!!!!
Nurdbot

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« Reply #231 on: 07-28-2004 18:48 »

I hate people who don't think one exclamation mark is enough.
spacepilot3000

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« Reply #232 on: 07-29-2004 01:42 »
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Neon Genesis: Evangelion

I bought that brand new DVD with the special box so future volumes can be put in.

Now, I've heard of this show and it's critically acclaimed throughout the known world. I finally saw the first five episodes of the series. My expectations were very much met. Before the first episode began, I must say, that was the best title sequence EVER. Even surpassing Cowboy Beobop's impressive title sequence. Now, I heard people pan the english dubbed version. It's, IMO, not that bad. Not bad at all. It was only annoying in the first episode because I had to get used to the voices and Shinji's screams were annoying me a bit, but it was fine afterwards. The animation is spectacular, with the new DVD, you can't tell that this show was made almost 10 years ago. The soundtrack in in 5.1 so you know what you are in for, hearing that opening theme on the stereo in full blast. The first 5 episodes were really great with no weak ones in the bunch. I only have two negatives:

1) Ep. 5(Rei I) ended on a cliffhangar and pissed me off because I have to wait 1 1/2 months for the next one.

2) Needs more special features.

Other than that, I can understand why it's known as the best anime show ever, because it freaking ROCKS!

Ps. I already know I'm in for a mind**** during the end of the series(not to mention EOE), so no one neeeds to warn me.

9.5(Out Of 10)
Pitt Clemens

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« Reply #233 on: 07-29-2004 02:39 »
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Originally posted by spacepilot3000:
Neon Genesis: Evangelion

Ps. I already know I'm in for a mind**** during the end of the series(not to mention EOE), so no one neeeds to warn me.

Then I shalt meerly enjoy dancing upon your grave.

   
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Originally dropped by The Beastie Boys:
Order in vegetarian sharks fin
Try to keep my life non-violent

Just one line out of all of "Hello Nasty", and probably the single most obscure Eva reference of all time (the one where the angels' gonna fall from space)...or just a coincidence...you decide.
nerdlingus

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« Reply #234 on: 07-29-2004 03:04 »
« Last Edit on: 07-29-2004 03:04 »

I just finished my Eva collection this month (until the platinum editions are released)

I won't say much as I have formed my own opinions on the end but what I will say is, I actually quite liked Death & Rebirth, it keeps everything flowing nice between the series and the movie plus the classical soundtrack kicks ass!

I'd give anything for an animated sequence of the kids playing that Canon piece which featured in the ending credits of Death.

Incidentally, I just won the S2 boxset soundtrack off of ebay, Yay!
David A

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« Reply #235 on: 07-29-2004 05:00 »

 
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Originally posted by spacepilot3000:
Now, I heard people pan the english dubbed version. It's, IMO, not that bad. Not bad at all. It was only annoying in the first episode because I had to get used to the voices and Shinji's screams were annoying me a bit, but it was fine afterwards.

I'm sure that Shinji is annoying in any language.

You gave the first five episodes of Eva a 9.5 out of 10?  The first seven episodes aren't very good at all.  The series really doesn't become worth watching until episode eight
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« Reply #236 on: 07-29-2004 05:54 »

Hmm episode 8. Now if memory serves me correct a certain character favourite of David A makes her fist appearence in that episode  smile

Well I am fairly happy. I have managed to find the first few episodes og GITS SAC 2nd gig but I will wait till I have more to watch them.

Also happy that I have been able to find a source that has GTO live action. Strange thing is, is that it seems to be only 12 episodes and the anime was over 50. Will the finale drew the largest audience in japanese televison history so I wait with baited breath.
nerdlingus

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« Reply #237 on: 07-29-2004 06:14 »
« Last Edit on: 07-29-2004 06:14 »

Would that be Asuka?  Damn, I hated her until episodes 24-26, a right ol' drama queen.

But after watching the movie I'm more inclined to say "poor bitch"
Lurrr

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« Reply #238 on: 07-29-2004 10:50 »

I'm watching 'End of Evangelion' tomorrow (I've had it for the past few weeks, but I wanted to watch it in it's full, 5.1 surround sound glory at my parents house. But since a couple of my older siblings will also be watching, I had to wait until they'd finished the series). Overall, I liked the series- it wasn't easy to watch at times but that's really what made it worth watching. And the music in the final scene of episode 26 was beautiful, I was so close to crying like a baby.

And is it just me, or are a lot of the Eva fan community assholes? Or is it just the few that have disagreed with my interpretation of the series?

Also, halfway through watching Martian Successor Nadesico at the moment. Quite cool, although remembering all the characters names is difficult.
nerdlingus

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« Reply #239 on: 07-29-2004 11:19 »

From what I've read and seen in anime fandom, everyones interpretation of Eva is different so every fan is therefore an asshole.
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