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Discussion in 'Misc. TV Series' started by XwolverineX, Mar 6, 2006.
FMA one of the few animes that enjoy.
It better not be Generations.
Hey Generations was ok. Better than Alpha at least.
Yeah, most of what you said I found out in the trailer at advfilms.com but thanks for the synopsis anyways.
One of the reasons I like anime is because they can be so strange.
I loved Boogiepop Phantom for that.
So, it might take a while for me, do to my finances, but I think Ill eventually get my hands on Elfen Lied too.
Oh yeah, I know, heard it before, very nice one.
Thanks for the opening too. I presume those werent just random abstract pictures and they actually tell the story
not that, without seeing the anime itself, I have any possibility to decipher them
Yeah, heard something like that already too but your explanation gives me a better idea of what role has the organization and what will become of it later on in the series.
Oh, not at all!
From what I researched myself the whole series takes place in Italy. And they even make good use of Italian words
hope that they speak it well too. Me having Italian roots, I find it intriguing.
And thats another thing I love about anime - they actually do internationalize.
Latest watched anime is Mai-Hime.
Here a short discription.
The Genre is Action, Drama, Mecha. Altough it's not a clear comedy genre it's still quite funny. The action seen so far in the first 2 Episodes is pretty solid.
Looks and sounds interesting.I'll be watching it on You Tube.
Street Fighter 2, It comes on EWAM
Fooly Cooly and Boogiepop Phantom
Did it make you as mad as it did for me?
was it good?
Street Fighter 2
the animated movie
Sousei no Aquarion ... 4 & 5
Eyeshield 21 ... 35-38
Bleach ... 72
Samurai Champloo, currently in progress.
Full metal alchemist ep:death. Poor Edward! he looked kinda dead at the end. Sure he's not, but it was still kinda sad.....
I only saw the first episode, but I loved it. The show has an extremely high production value, with great direction. It's dark, moody and atmospheric, and steeped in style and mystery. The show takes itself pretty seriously, and has an incredibly cinematic feel to it. It seems like it's going to be the kind of series that will have quite a few layers to it; The show opens with a quote from Michelangelo, his repsonse to the poet Giovan Battista Strozzi who commented on his statue in the church of San Lorenzo in Florence, the tomb of “Giuliano di Nemours,” Strozzi said his statues were so beautiful that they could come to life (literally, they could “awake”. But Michelangelo, deeply saddened by the crumbling of the Republic of Florence, replied with the words quoted in the intro of the episode:
«Caro m’è il sonno, e più l’esser di sasso,
«Dear to me is the sleep, and more to be stone
mentre che il danno, e la vergogna dura;
whilst the damage, and the shame endure;
non veder, non sentir, m’è gran ventura;
not to see, not to hear, it’s great venture to me
però non mi destar; deh, parla basso»
but don’t wake me; speak low»
Later on in the series, the actual statue makes an appearance. The ending theme of the series is Radiohead's "Paranoid Android," which is just too awesome for words. If you like Ghost in the Shell, GITS: TAS and Blade Runner, you'll more than likely enjoy the show.
It looks to be an ambitious series.
Mai-Hime Episode 24. Only 2 more to go. Man... this show starts to get really heart tearing.
Revolutionary Girl Utena. Don't ask.
Last watched, Mai Otome. Here a short summary so you know what it's about.