clone wrote:I can't believe they have HD versions of Robotech on YouTube...... that is so awesome.
RoboTech is one of the few cartoons that is as good today as it was back when I watched it.... I'm on episode 3 or 4 atm
you've never seen it before?Hmm i always found it a bit surprising that while im a Battletech player, i havent liked any of the "mecha" animes so far.
Just looked Robotech up, and wtf, 3 Japanese animes cut together with a new "script" into one series because Macross had too few episodes for syndication in USA...
.....what????? if you can find a way to criticize cartoon voice acting you really have a hate for english, what's the matter the voices not line up with the lip movementsCan't stand American dub or voice acting. They doesn't sound normal.
clone wrote:.....what????? if you can find a way to criticize cartoon voice acting you really have a hate for english, what's the matter the voices not line up with the lip movementsCan't stand American dub or voice acting. They doesn't sound normal.
you've never seen it before?
dude..... one of the best anime series I've ever seen.
good guys and bad guys die during battle.... amazing.
nyaa torrents . . .
Oh, and thanks for the links, dire. I am going to get some Azumanga Daioh. Saw some clips of it on youtube and its freaking hilarious. Those pigtails of Chiyo-chan are strange lol.
<R.t..>^>Fusionc wrote:I've seen the Nyan Roll video twice . . . in it's entirety. First one was an annoying challenge with a friend, second was when I was bored out of my mind. xD
I was also lucky enough to find the original Japanese audio (sounds MUCH better than the English dubs I found on youtube) with English subtitles.
What was also great with the torrent I found for the series is that whenever there is something to do with Japanese culture like "bread", there is an astrik and a small note explaining what it means in Japan. It isn't literally bread, but sandwich type food. And when there is Kanji writing that is zoomed in, there is the English equivalent beside it.
Sakaki-san is my favourite character as she likes cats and so do I xD.
It did a lot of rubbing of it head against me. Explored around the house a bit and while watching the game, it slept on my arm for a little while.
Kawaii! Too bad Sakai-san gets the worst of luck with cats.
Currently scouring torrent sites and such to see if I can get the complete series of Happy Lesson OVA, which is 5 episodes, Advance which is 13 (the one I watched also had 13, but it had a 11.5 episode, not sure how that works), and The Final which is 3 episodes.
On another note, I actually tried to watch an entire episode with the English dubbing at it was horrid. It felt so dry, like listening to a door knob speak.
Just finished watching Happy Lesson (not the OVA, Advance, or The Final series, at least, according to wikipedia) and I really enjoyed it. I didn't have any expectation of this series at all and was pleasantly surprised. In short, it's about Chitose Hitotose who lives with 5 teachers and their are his "mamas" who help him get through the school year as well as everyday stuff.
Unlike the crap anime that gets shipped over here in the west and onto cable (All I bloody got is Beyblade, Pokemon, Bakugan, stupid spin offs of YuGiOh, bleh)
I never expected that this series would delve deep into family relationships in that way, with humour and great insight....
Yes, I know, the anime that I have been enjoying lately is targeted at females, but I feel that the storylines, character development, plot, etc are infinitely better
Be sure to check the OSTs. They are the best i've heard in any anime i saw.
Stupify wrote:Somehow after the first set of Bleach insanity where the 3 Captain defect, Bleach to me was pretty much summarized as meh... waste of time. However the episodes before that are very much interesting.
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