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Oh man, that music video.

Oh and if you find yourself in need of sufficent 'Awws' to dig out of the pit Grave of the Fireflies put you in you might consider Barakamon.

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dog and scissor, devil may cry,spice and wolf,shakugan No Shana, code geass lelouch of the rebellin or just code geass for short, sword art online.


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Scavion wrote:
Man I found this thread by stalking my crushTacticslion.

In revenge, I shall now post an out-of-context quote to make you look bad:

Scavion wrote:
I liked being a racist githyanki.
Scavion wrote:
Anyone watch Log Horizon? Im a big fan of game world stuff.

I have not, predominantly because I believe it is currently ongoing. The only thing preventing me from hopping aboard that and Parasyte is the fact that I can't watch the whole thing...

havoc xiii wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

I feel that you are missing a great deal of social and historical context to the film, and thus are missing the implications and subtext.

As I noted, I hated the aunt. I came to the conclusions I did on my first viewing - my second simply affirmed them. I'm not interested in a third, and it's been a while; much later, I the Anime Abandon review this several years after my first exposure to the anime.

I think you'll find it enlightening. Here. Be warned: "Sage" is foul-mouthed, angry, and I don't always agree with his conclusions. I don't share his rage, and I don't hate Grave - I simply found it uncomfortable and frustrating, and the reasons why are echoed in said review.

Or wikipedia (though it has citation needed).


Scavion wrote:

Man I found this thread by stalking my crushTacticslion.

Anyone watch Log Horizon? Im a big fan of game world stuff.

not a fan of log horizon due to excessive Mary-sueness. I'm trying to get through it due to my own issues with mmos,as I may be judging the series too harshly.


Freehold DM wrote:
Scavion wrote:

Man I found this thread by stalking my crushTacticslion.

Anyone watch Log Horizon? Im a big fan of game world stuff.

not a fan of log horizon due to excessive Mary-sueness. I'm trying to get through it due to my own issues with mmos,as I may be judging the series too harshly.

Ah I see. I just really like all the mechanical stuff about it. Sword Art Online just kinda does whatever it wanted after awhile. And the fanservice stuff is a bit blech.

For an oldie, I really enjoyed Desert Punk. Hilarious anime.


Scavion wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scavion wrote:

Man I found this thread by stalking my crushTacticslion.

Anyone watch Log Horizon? Im a big fan of game world stuff.

not a fan of log horizon due to excessive Mary-sueness. I'm trying to get through it due to my own issues with mmos,as I may be judging the series too harshly.
Ah I see. I just really like all the mechanical stuff about it. Sword Art Online just kinda does whatever it wanted after awhile.

you mean the in-game mechanics? Those lost me after a while.

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And the fanservice stuff is a bit blech.

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I...see...


Freehold DM wrote:
Scavion wrote:


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And the fanservice stuff is a bit blech.

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I...see...

I'm not a fan of really good plot stuff and then SURPRISE fanservice! This is one of those animes all of a sudden.

If I'm aware of it from the very 1st episode, then I'm game.


Scavion... Stop f*!!ing up your quotes and go move that ghast! XD


Fanservice? In SAO...or are you talking about Log Horizon?


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Psycho-pass and Parasyte for enjoying sci-fi anime. Really liking the excitement of parasyte, but much more interested in the world building and story of psycho-pass.


Seconding the recommendation of Barakamon. Funny and sweet.

Log Horizon is boring as hell, at least it was the first season - haven't tried s2. The story was decent enough but every single episode was boring all the way through until the last 4-5 minutes in which they had a cliff-hanger. Simply, the show was too darn slow and didn't give us enough good visuals or interesting characters to focus on while it wasted time.

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I currently finished watching all of Kill la Kill and I am currently watching Attack on titan, SAO, fullmetal alchemist and all of the Ghibli movies I haven't yet seen.


FINALLY FINISHED ALL OF MACROSS 7!!! INCLUDING THE 3 *EXTRA* EPISODES!!!

My first time watching the entire series uninterrupted in order. Amazing.

Next up is, of course, Macross Frontier. I still wish my store still existed, I would love to have both of the movies...Anything where

Spoiler:
Michael still lived!!!!

STill watching 08 MS Team. This is one of, if not my all time favorite, individual Gundam series. The opening and closing are wonderful, and the level of technology is what I prefer from Gundam. Not that I don't like other series though...

Am considering watching Miller's Report between Episodes 9 and 10.


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Freehold DM wrote:
STill watching 08 MS Team. This is one of, if not my all time favorite, individual Gundam series. The opening and closing are wonderful, and the level of technology is what I prefer from Gundam. Not that I don't like other series though...

Holy crap, I loved 08 MS Team. Mostly because it was one of the few shows (at the time) where, yeah, the Mech pilot was the "star", but he really relied on his non-mech buddies in battle as well - needed them, despite his natural genius - and (up until [spoiler], at least), the stakes weren't "EVERYONE IN THE WORLD F0rEVAH!!11!!" but rather "My country v. this other one."

It was, in many ways, a "smaller" anime than the other Gundams... and I loved it for that.

Incidentally: Full Metal Panic!, Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu (though fundamentally different in tone and style), and Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid is an excellent series, and well-worth the watch. As noted Fumoffu is not like the others - it's basically just a comedy series set in between two serious ones, though Second Raid is even serious of the two.

While I'm talking about stuff I've not seen lately; very old, but excellent is Record of Lodoss War and Cowboy Bebop. I once owned both of those. I am now missing them, and some of my friends' contact information. :/

DM Under The Bridge wrote:
Psycho-pass and Parasyte for enjoying sci-fi anime. Really liking the excitement of parasyte, but much more interested in the world building and story of psycho-pass.

I read the manga for Parasyte back when I worked for B&N, but I never finished it - it was still coming out in the states (or at least in our store) at the time, and we moved before it got to the end of the story. I'm waiting for the anime to be finished on Crunchy Roll before diving in as a result, though I loved the manga. Warning though: body horror. All the body horror (at least implied, if not shown). Some of those parasytes, man. O.o


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havoc xiii wrote:
Soooo.....my wife just had me watch Grave of the Fireflies for the first time ....... Hmmm ..... yep I have sunk to the lowest depressiony depression that ever depressed [Expletive Deleted].

Way to go throwing your dear wife under a bus! You had a choice to watch or not watch the movie you know! In my own defense I did warn you about the level of sadness in the film but nooooo, hubby had to prove how tough he was... :p


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CyraXIII wrote:
havoc xiii wrote:
Soooo.....my wife just had me watch Grave of the Fireflies for the first time ....... Hmmm ..... yep I have sunk to the lowest depressiony depression that ever depressed [Expletive Deleted].
Way to go throwing your dear wife under a bus! You had a choice to watch or not watch the movie you know! In my own defense I did warn you about the level of sadness in the film but nooooo, hubby had to prove how tough he was... :p

No comment. :p


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Freehold DM wrote:
STill watching 08 MS Team. This is one of, if not my all time favorite, individual Gundam series. The opening and closing are wonderful, and the level of technology is what I prefer from Gundam. Not that I don't like other series though...

Holy crap, I loved 08 MS Team. Mostly because it was one of the few shows (at the time) where, yeah, the Mech pilot was the "star", but he really relied on his non-mech buddies in battle as well - needed them, despite his natural genius - and (up until [spoiler], at least), the stakes weren't "EVERYONE IN THE WORLD F0rEVAH!!11!!" but rather "My country v. this other one."

It was, in many ways, a "smaller" anime than the other Gundams... and I loved it for that.

Not just yeah. F@&! YEAH.

berg-bump

Quote:

Incidentally: Full Metal Panic!, Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu (though fundamentally different in tone and style), and Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid is an excellent series, and well-worth the watch. As noted Fumoffu is not like the others - it's basically just a comedy series set in between two serious ones, though Second Raid is even serious of the two.

While I'm talking about stuff I've not seen lately; very old, but excellent is Record of Lodoss War and Cowboy Bebop. I once owned both of those. I am now missing them, and some of my friends' contact information. :/

Own them both. Came close to getting my copy of Cowboy Bebop signed, but I didn't buy a ticket for the line...Still sad about that...

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DM Under The Bridge wrote:
Psycho-pass and Parasyte for enjoying sci-fi anime. Really liking the excitement of parasyte, but much more interested in the world building and story of psycho-pass.
I read the manga for Parasyte back when I worked for B&N, but I never finished it - it was still coming out in the states (or at least in our store) at the time, and we moved before it got to the end of the story. I'm waiting for the anime to be finished on Crunchy Roll before diving in as a result, though I loved the manga. Warning though: body horror. All the body horror (at least implied, if not shown). Some of those parasytes, man. O.o

A friend of mine LOVES parasyte- in some ways it's like Guyver, but with more shojo elements, from what she decribed. Is this true?


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Indeed.

You know, the only exposure I've had to Guyver is the old American movies? Yeah, I know, I know. So... I can't really say. Sorry.

I will say that the story of parasyte was... fascinating. I've since been spoiled on the "mystery" (which I won't relate) and I'm not entirely sure how great a mystery it actually is after the fact, but the story was compelling enough that I strongly want to read the rest of it, despite now knowing both what happens and what the whole "mystery" actually is. What I followed of the series of manga was entirely worthwhile and I don't regret being exposed either to its ideas or story, despite having not had the opportunity to finish it.


Thank you Blayde, Ashram is awesome in a dark way.

Thank you R_Chance, I wish I was more familiar with Captain Akuh. I may have to add it to my watch list just to better think of you.

I guess the rest of you don't really identify with character's in a show? Cool, maybe this is why there is such a difference in how people react to shows? Either they are relating to different characters or not to any of them?


Aranna wrote:
I guess the rest of you don't really identify with character's in a show? Cool, maybe this is why there is such a difference in how people react to shows? Either they are relating to different characters or not to any of them?

I relate to different characters in different ways. I couldn't really answer your question because I don't think there is a single anime character that I most relate to - I mean, if anyone, it's probably something exceedingly specific.

I'll give an example: in some ways, the early-attempt Parn might mesh (you know, before he became awesome), buuuuuuuuu~t even then that fails, because he takes himself way, way too seriously, whereas I just... don't. Early-attempts Parn was like me when I was first starting to get into Highschool, except... I loved games too much, so that kind of fails. And of course, he was more skilled in ways I couldn't match and I was more educated in ways that he'd never heard of. Beyond all of that, he doesn't write enough, or talk enough.

Sena from Eyeshield 51? Maybe if he was slower and less bullied. Wait.

That's kind of what I go through whenever I attempt to come up with a character I relate to. Yes, there are elements of characters - elements of nearly every character - that I relate to in some manner or another (unless the character is... unrelatable), but I don't really think I'm best represented by any of them.

Especially at this stage in my life, though. I mean, it's hard to find a happily-married, stay-at-home dad with grandiose dreams but little practical skills who's probably a wee bit too obsessed with nerd culture. Despite the prevalence of Otaku in anime.

I suppose the closest might be the guy (I don't recall his name) from I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying, but... he just... uh... his... he... no.


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Tacticslion wrote:


I suppose the closest might be the guy (I don't recall his name) from I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying, but... he just... uh... his... he... no.

puts Tacticslion on marriage list


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
STill watching 08 MS Team. This is one of, if not my all time favorite, individual Gundam series. The opening and closing are wonderful, and the level of technology is what I prefer from Gundam. Not that I don't like other series though...
Holy crap, I loved 08 MS Team. Mostly because it was one of the few shows (at the time) where, yeah, the Mech pilot was the "star", but he really relied on his non-mech buddies in battle as well - needed them, despite his natural genius - and (up until ** spoiler omitted **
...

It is good fun. Give it a go.


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Tacticslion wrote:
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berg-bump

Indeed.

You know, the only exposure I've had to Guyver is the old American movies? Yeah, I know, I know. So... I can't really say. Sorry.

I will say that the story of parasyte was... fascinating. I've since been spoiled on the "mystery" (which I won't relate) and I'm not entirely sure how great a mystery it actually is after the fact, but the story was compelling enough that I strongly want to read the rest of it, despite now knowing both what happens and what the whole "mystery" actually is. What I followed of the series of manga was entirely worthwhile and I don't regret being exposed either to its ideas or story, despite having not had the opportunity to finish it.

Episode 20 is coming soon! Looking forward to it.

When the creature pinged with an empty head, ha ha, s@@& is going to hit the fan and it will be glorious.

It has even made me consider running a modern investigative game with parasites. Probably would be like call of cthulhu with how easily they kill people.

Silver Crusade

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Takashi Miike & Terra Formers


so Gakkou Gurashi is getting animated.

It's one of those Moe series, about a cute girl doing cute things as part of the School Life club, where they live at the school and help out everyday.

This is because the girl in question is completely delusional as her mind refuses to accept the reality of a Zombie Apocalypse, while her friends work to protect her life and fragile grip on sanity

so Moe + Zombies

should be fun


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Sounds hilariously awesome.


Greylurker wrote:

so Gakkou Gurashi is getting animated.

It's one of those Moe series, about a cute girl doing cute things as part of the School Life club, where they live at the school and help out everyday.

This is because the girl in question is completely delusional as her mind refuses to accept the reality of a Zombie Apocalypse, while her friends work to protect her life and fragile grip on sanity

so Moe + Zombies

should be fun

That sounds really cool. So they try to carry on with high school life as normal as it all goes to hell?

Edit: I have begun. This is going to be tough for her with that delusion.


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DM Under The Bridge wrote:
Greylurker wrote:

so Gakkou Gurashi is getting animated.

It's one of those Moe series, about a cute girl doing cute things as part of the School Life club, where they live at the school and help out everyday.

This is because the girl in question is completely delusional as her mind refuses to accept the reality of a Zombie Apocalypse, while her friends work to protect her life and fragile grip on sanity

so Moe + Zombies

should be fun

That sounds really cool. So they try to carry on with high school life as normal as it all goes to hell?

it's a bit of a weird one. See the world from the one character's perspective and the school is a happy place filled with friends and normal classes. She rationalizes things like "why does that girl carry a shovel around all the time. She must really love shovels" and every so often you realize that not everyone she is talking to is actually there.

It seems sweet and funny at first but it's actually pretty grim, especially at the parts where the fantasy is in danger of breaking.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

I just finished episode 8 of Gurren Lagann. Currently, as a consequence, I hate everything.

EDIT: I... don't actually hate everything. I'm still mad, though!

I FINISHED EPISODE 15. THE ANIME IS DONE. WHY IS THE ANIME NOT DONE, YET. I SWEAR, GURREN LAGANN, IF YOU PULL THAT ON ME AGAIN...

I finally managed to find time and mental wherewithal to watch episode 17. Dang, it, Gurren Lagann, why must you destroy everything that I love?!

EDIT: And 18. BLAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRG.


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A couple days ago my friends an I were discussing Gurren Lagann and came to the conclusion that the hero should have been a duck. Nothing in nature beats the male duck's spiral power.

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Tacticslion wrote:
I finally managed to find time and mental wherewithal to watch episode 17. Dang, it, Gurren Lagann, why must you destroy everything that I love?!

Because one cannot pierce the heavens without strife.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

That's why they were packaged together!

With Grave, my main problem was that we were supposed to sympathize with the kid who, while I did empathize with his plight, I couldn't sympathize with his decisions - they were wrong and repeatedly so, getting himself and [redacted for spoilers].

Effectively his pride was such that I just couldn't sympathize - empathize, yes, but not sympathize - which, you know, was part of the point. But because of this it just felt preachy instead of powerful.

Don't get me wrong - I teared up, and felt miserable, but the entire thing left me going, "Ugh, you moron, you did this." more than, "I'm so sorry." Again, part of the point, but not my preferred watching experience.

let's not do this, guys. This anime was about a horrible moment in history, noone was thinking straight, and they didn't know much about the situation other than that they were living in it. this is also the same conflict that had civilians commit suicide rather than surrender when starving because they legitimately believed the enemy forces had would either take over their bodies, eat them in turn, or something else even more outlandish/impossible. Don't judge their madness by your sanity, especially removed by years and knowledge of nuclear fallout.

THIS.

SWEET JESUS, THIS.

I'm glad it's just not me. If Everyone made the SMART or RIGHT decisions in movies we would have really boring movies or none at all.

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ShinHakkaider wrote:
If Everyone made the SMART or RIGHT decisions in movies we would have really boring movies or none at all.

We'd still have The Irregular at Magic Highschool at least.


Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

I just finished episode 8 of Gurren Lagann. Currently, as a consequence, I hate everything.

EDIT: I... don't actually hate everything. I'm still mad, though!

I FINISHED EPISODE 15. THE ANIME IS DONE. WHY IS THE ANIME NOT DONE, YET. I SWEAR, GURREN LAGANN, IF YOU PULL THAT ON ME AGAIN...

I finally managed to find time and mental wherewithal to watch episode 17. Dang, it, Gurren Lagann, why must you destroy everything that I love?!

EDIT: And 18. BLAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRG.

Finally 19 has given me a ray of something other than "Ruin everything."

I mean, you know, granted, it's trying to come off as "there is no hope and everything you love sucks" but really that's just a misdirection as all the elements to make things work out well are now, at last, in place.

(I'm greatly disappointed in both [REDACTED] and [REDACTED], however. Seriously, though, how could they? I get where they're coming from, but they didn't actually take the supposed "wisdom" of a "trial" to heart - it was perverted from the outset for selfish gains. Losers.)


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Just get to 23. Do it for me. Believe in the TOZ who believes in you.


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MYTHIC TOZ wrote:
Just get to 23. Do it for me. Believe in the TOZ who believes in you.

sobs, watches Gurren Lagan


Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

I just finished episode 8 of Gurren Lagann. Currently, as a consequence, I hate everything.

EDIT: I... don't actually hate everything. I'm still mad, though!

I FINISHED EPISODE 15. THE ANIME IS DONE. WHY IS THE ANIME NOT DONE, YET. I SWEAR, GURREN LAGANN, IF YOU PULL THAT ON ME AGAIN...

I finally managed to find time and mental wherewithal to watch episode 17. Dang, it, Gurren Lagann, why must you destroy everything that I love?!

EDIT: And 18. BLAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRG.

Finally 19 has given me a ray of something other than "Ruin everything."

I mean, you know, granted, it's trying to come off as "there is no hope and everything you love sucks" but really that's just a misdirection as all the elements to make things work out well are now, at last, in place.

(I'm greatly disappointed in both [REDACTED] and [REDACTED], however. Seriously, though, how could they? I get where they're coming from, but they didn't actually take the supposed "wisdom" of a "trial" to heart - it was perverted from the outset for selfish gains. Losers.)

Well, 21 is awesome. Finally. (Also, Teacher Yoko is, frankly, the best.) But I know better than to trust you yet, GL. I know better.

>:I

Also, do I seriously need three identical Hoover commercials in a row every add-break?

EDIT (1 and 2): Though the idea of an Arc(h)-biGurren-Lagann is pretty boss. And it is!

EDIT 3: YEP, I CALLED IT. >:I

EDIT 4: Stopped at 22 for the day. Perhaps tomorrow...

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Dammit, now you got me rewatching episodes...


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after you are done you might want to look for the Gurren Lagan Parallel Works shorts


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NO. I HAVE NO MONEY TO SPEND. NO. I HAVE ONLY CRUNCHY ROLL. NOTHING EXIST BEYOND CRUNCHY ROLL. NO.


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Tacticslion wrote:
NO. I HAVE NO MONEY TO SPEND. NO. I HAVE ONLY CRUNCHY ROLL. NOTHING EXIST BEYOND CRUNCHY ROLL. NO.

no worries you can find the Parallel Works on yutube. They are like 5 minute music videos showing the GL characters in an alternate setting. Personally I love the first one. Nice rescue the princess sword and sorcery story


I loved Me!Me!Me! For the psychology as well as the cheesecake.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

I just finished episode 8 of Gurren Lagann. Currently, as a consequence, I hate everything.

EDIT: I... don't actually hate everything. I'm still mad, though!

I FINISHED EPISODE 15. THE ANIME IS DONE. WHY IS THE ANIME NOT DONE, YET. I SWEAR, GURREN LAGANN, IF YOU PULL THAT ON ME AGAIN...

I finally managed to find time and mental wherewithal to watch episode 17. Dang, it, Gurren Lagann, why must you destroy everything that I love?!

EDIT: And 18. BLAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRG.

Finally 19 has given me a ray of something other than "Ruin everything."

I mean, you know, granted, it's trying to come off as "there is no hope and everything you love sucks" but really that's just a misdirection as all the elements to make things work out well are now, at last, in place.

(I'm greatly disappointed in both [REDACTED] and [REDACTED], however. Seriously, though, how could they? I get where they're coming from, but they didn't actually take the supposed "wisdom" of a "trial" to heart - it was perverted from the outset for selfish gains. Losers.)

Well, 21 is awesome. Finally. (Also, Teacher Yoko is, frankly, the best.) But I know better than to trust you yet, GL. I know better.

>:I

Also, do I seriously need three identical Hoover commercials in a row every add-break?

EDIT (1 and 2): Though the idea of an Arc(h)-biGurren-Lagann is pretty boss. And it is!

EDIT 3: YEP, I CALLED IT. >:I

EDIT 4: Stopped at 22 for the day. Perhaps tomorrow...

Episode 23: acceptably gritted teeth.

(Also, did they... pull... [redacted]... from... "imaginary space"? It... it... one... can... do... that?! What does that even mean?! Can one simply stroll anywhere into "imaginary space" and acquire something imaginary? Or does it have definable but really weird properties, like imaginary numbers? I... I... just... b'guh.) AWESOME!


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Heh. Like I said, moments in the sun. But I warn you now, the final battle is on the rise and those acceptably gritted teeth will be required. And more.

So Tacticslion's descent into spiral madness is stalwartly documented by himself. The energy wearing at him until he explodes into a humaniod mass of drill fractals. Or perhaps drill chucks.
Preserved for the world to learn from by his lovecraftian desire to write his thoughts even as he is consumed.


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It will be beautiful.

Still just can't get into this series. And I'm trying here.


Having just finished it Hozuki no Reitetsu is an amusing little romp. Follows Hozuki the chief of staff to Great King Enma Lord/judge of hell. Hozuki walks all over his poor superior and each episode is one antic or another that Hozuki needs to solve or is directly responsible for.
I found it a satisfying comedy, you might give it a look over if you are looking for the same.


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here is Gurren Parallel 1 just in case you feel the need for a happy ending in a different universe

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Tacticslion wrote:
Episode 23: acceptably gritted teeth.

So not only does Gurren Lagann

Spoiler:
punch the enemy so hard it hits NOTHING and BREAKS THROUGH
but Simon also
Spoiler:
rediscovers warp drive to PUNCH A DUDE IN THE FACE
and that isn't even the most amazing of feats they perform in the series.

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Yes.

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Tacticslion wrote:
Yes.

And I'm crying again. Be waiting for you on 27.

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