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That coming to Theatres in Vancouver? I would go with people if we got something together. I love Anime, but no one else I know shares the enjoyment, so Iw ould need people to go with!
Speaking of Anime...The Space Battleship Yamato....anyone know if it's available in Canada on DVD in English? Also known as the Star Blazers series.
I definetly saw it somewhere in Richmond. Can't remember the exact place ...Originally Posted by StormBird
Have to say it was a little dissapointing when i saw part of episode, again. Sorta ruined the childhood memories i had of that show.
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I went out and bought the Robotech box sets... then realized that it was so much cooler when I was younger and couldn't give a crap about the animation... now I just can't get past it and the voice acting.
Sky Blue is known as Wonderful Days in Korea when it was released. I saw it last summer... it was ok... it looks beautiful but the story doesn't do it justice. It tends to be the same with most anime movies... The Appleseed and Innocence both plagued with poor stories... good concepts and ideas, just not so well executed =\.
I think it may be due to the factor that the animation process takes so long and eats budgets... compressing more and more story into less time etc.
Ah well... it's still fun to watch, and I guess that's the bottom line
I rented them from Rogers and then copied them. But I know what you mean. It's just not the same.Originally Posted by Kakashi
Hhahah i bought em off some dood @ work... and then sold em to someone else at work... i think i lost $15 so all in all it wasn't so bad... but still i couldn't imagine paying 50 for each box set =POriginally Posted by flowrider
i bought the bubblegum crisis set....when i first saw it..it blew my mind.....and thats how i remmberd it..now....looking at the animation..it is very simple compared to the new shit....
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I still love the original Bubblegum Crisis. It was partially responsible for getting me into motorcycles. Gotta love Priss and her Motoslave!Originally Posted by Saturnin
The new Bubblegum Crisis series is pretty good too. The animation is more up to date although the stories are fine but not as good as the first series.
Hmmm... I would've thought that the bike fromAkira would've come up in this thread earlier... but since no one's mentioned it, I guess I will. Did anyone ever see that prototype bike they made in Japan modeled after that bike? That was pretty cool... I wonder how it would ride though.Originally Posted by kamen rider