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chocchunk -> RE: All Things Anime (28/5/2007 8:02:59 PM)

Hey there
I have only recently got into anime I own most of the studio ghibli stuff and think its amazing. And i want to start expanding my collection I decided to take a risk and buy some random DVD's. So I got Vampire Huter D which is ok I found it a bit slow in places but overall a good movie. However my real find was a TV show called Noein (I have already posted a thread about it in the small screen section.) I have fallen in love with this show. I really love how it merges the hand drawn anime and the computer graphics (However I do prefer more hand drawn stuff with minimal cg ... I dont know why but im open to everything)
Now here is my query I really want to get some good anime movies but I really don't want to end up with any porn basically, I can watch alot but just not hentai (I think thats how its spelt) so if anyone can recommend some really good anime I would greatly appreciate it. Also if anyone knows were I can buy the sailormoon movies on region 2 dvd I would be so greatful[:D]




Mogwai -> RE: All Things Anime (28/5/2007 11:21:02 PM)

Well, obviously you must watch Akira and Ghost in the Shell. Those are good anime to start out with

quote:

Has anyone seen any of the .hack stuff?


Yes, .hack//SIGN is very good; don't be expecting a lot of action it's much more character based and the story evolves slowly throughout the series. It is worth watching. I've only watched a couple of episodes of .hack//Legend of the Twilight and haven't watched any of .hack//ROOTS






curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 9:51:03 AM)

Has anyone seen Samurai X (i think that's what it's called) tv series and film? Are they good?

I looked at Cowboy Bebop on Wikipedia and it sounds really good. I'll buy the series and film when i have the money.

Does anyone remember on the main page of this site they had an Empire's top ten anime list few months ago. This was it:

Akira
Ghost In The Shell
Princess Mononoke
Blood: The Last Vampire
Metropolis
Spirited Away
Ninja Scroll
Perfect Blue (which i have not got round to seeing yet).

The other two i cannot remember, i was hoping someone could help me with that. One of them was set at the end of WW2 in Japan in the eyes of two children i think, just at the time of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings, the other one i can't remeber what it was at all. But they did sound really good and i want to see them but can't remember the names, does anyone remember?

BTW, that list was in no particular order just those films Empire picked that i have put in a random order.




curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 9:54:03 AM)

 


quote:

ORIGINAL: chocchunk

Hey there
I have only recently got into anime I own most of the studio ghibli stuff and think its amazing. And i want to start expanding my collection I decided to take a risk and buy some random DVD's. So I got Vampire Huter D which is ok I found it a bit slow in places but overall a good movie. However my real find was a TV show called Noein (I have already posted a thread about it in the small screen section.) I have fallen in love with this show. I really love how it merges the hand drawn anime and the computer graphics (However I do prefer more hand drawn stuff with minimal cg ... I dont know why but im open to everything)
Now here is my query I really want to get some good anime movies but I really don't want to end up with any porn basically, I can watch alot but just not hentai (I think thats how its spelt) so if anyone can recommend some really good anime I would greatly appreciate it. Also if anyone knows were I can buy the sailormoon movies on region 2 dvd I would be so greatful[:D]


My list that started off this thread is really good anime. Seriously.[:D] I'll be adding more to it when i see some of the Anime on my 'to buy and see list'. Or ask Empire too (Mods, mabye Mr Dyer or one of the staff just pm them i suppose).




Gram123 -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 11:05:17 AM)

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ORIGINAL: curtain twitcher
One of them was set at the end of WW2 in Japan in the eyes of two children i think, just at the time of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings


Which was very probably the Ghibli film "Grave of the Fireflies" (which is excellent). If not, then it's "Barefoot Gen" (which is pretty good). Both films focus on kids affected by the war in Japan, the former is about the country under attack, whereas the latter specifically deals with the A-bombs and resulting radiation poisoning.




Gram123 -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 11:12:12 AM)

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ORIGINAL: curtain twitcher
Has anyone seen ... Hellsing?


Started watching this recently - only seen the first 3 so far. It's alright. The animation is nowhere near the quality of GITS SAC, though it does have a distinctive style and the story is ok, I guess.
I'm having trouble deciding whether to watch it dubbed or subbed. I tend to watch anime dubbed (would never do this for non-anime though) but the Hellsing dub is weird, perhaps because it's English instead of American (or Americans doing English accents) which throws you a bit. It's also more sweary than the subs (dunno if that's a positive or not).




mafyou -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 2:45:40 PM)

I just watched Nausicaa and just want to add that to my list of amazing anime. Truely brilliant. I'm now off to write something in the Studio Ghibli thread!




curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 2:57:47 PM)

I was looking at Evangelion on Amazon.com and UK and there were several. Out of these which one is recommended by any of you?[:)]


[image]http://www.mrbensons.co.uk/sl/l/11/S_V0117048.jpg[/image]
The premium collection

[image]http://www.pwblog.com/user/inflames/tatsunosuke/image/30748.jpg[/image]
The platinum collection

[image]http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B0000639E0.01.LZZZZZZZ.jpg[/image]
[image]http://www.animeondvd.com/images/boxart/evaset.jpg[/image]
These are two versions of the perfect collection

I can't aford any of them right now but when i have the money i want to know which box set is the best.




mafyou -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 3:37:40 PM)

Yeah i've been looking to get them. Depends what you want i guess. Btw was the second to last picture the 10th Anniversary box?

From what i've read the top two have better image and sound quality and the second one is cheaper but has no extras and cheaper packaging whilst the other three have extras and better pacakging. Premium is the best if you can afford it as far as i can gather.




curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 4:04:58 PM)

Yeah, i was thinking that the premium is the best. Afford it? They are all still qute expensive anyway, but i suppose you have to pay for quality.[;)]




curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 4:15:14 PM)

I found this on the article for Ninja Scroll on Wikipedia:

An official sequel, Jubei Ninpucho 2, is classed as in production with no specific release date. The film is scheduled to be written and directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri, and will most likely be released in the west as Ninja Scroll 2.

'An official sequel to Ninja Scroll, cool!  Apparantly they are making a sequel to Appleseed  and coming out with a new tv series for it as well'. 

I also saw this on the Wikipedoa article for Evangelion:

'In 2003, the US distributor of the series, ADV Films, announced their intention to create a live action Evangelion film which has been partly financed, but a director or production date is yet to be announced.
On September 9, 2006, Gainax confirmed a new animated film series called Rebuild of Evangelion, consisting of four movies to be released in 2007 and 2008. The first three movies will be an alternate retelling of the TV series (including new scenes, settings, backgrounds, characters), and the fourth movie will be a completely new conclusion to the story'.

A feature length Evangelion film eh? Could be amazing!

They are also making another film spin off of the tv series called: Rebuild Of Evangelion.




mafyou -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 4:16:01 PM)

When i have the cash i will go for the premium box set. It will go nicely with my Transformers box set in similar packaging.




curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 4:19:39 PM)

Me as well. I don't fancy owning Transformers on dvd box set though. How much did that set you bak by?[:D]  Does anyone remember Gundam Wing, that show that used to be on the telly like the old school Transformers?




mafyou -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 4:57:15 PM)

No idea about Gundam mate. Lost me. But i will tell you about my transformers boxset (as i love it!)

[image]http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/P/B000BP80ZQ.01-AI6DJF7KKXEJR._AA240_SCLZZZZZZZ_.jpg[/image]

All 98 episdoes of Generation 1 plus the movie for 25! Bargain!




curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 5:11:24 PM)

Serioulsy!?[:-] Bloody hell, that is one of the best bargains i have ever seen in my life! Where did you buy it?

This is Gundam Wing. This piece of shit computer won't let me post it as a link![:@] It is from Wikipedia.





Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, known in Japan as New Mobile Report Gundam W (新機動戦記ガンダムW, Shin Kidō Senki Gandamu Uingu?),[1] is a televised anime series, which aired across Japan on the anime satellite television network, Animax, and the terrestrial TV Asahi network. It ran for forty-nine half-hour episodes, beginning in 1995. Initially directed by Masashi Ikeda and written by Katsuyuki Sumizawa (Yoroiden Samurai Troopers) with music by Ko Otani, the series was loosely based on the original 1979 Gundam series, Mobile Suit Gundam, created by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Hajime Yatate.
Gundam Wing is one of the alternate universe Gundam series, taking place in the After Colony timeline. It is the second alternate universe in the Gundam media franchise, following Mobile Fighter G Gundam. Gundam Wing was the first anime in the Gundam franchise to be dubbed and released in English, airing on Cartoon Network in the United States in 2000.[1] Since then, the series has also been dubbed into Filipino, French, German, Arabic, and Portuguese.






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[edit] Background
Mankind has colonized space (with clusters of colonies at each of the five Earth-Moon Lagrange points), and, down on the Earth, the nations have united as the United Earth Sphere Alliance. Unfortunately, the Alliance rules the colonies with an iron fist. The colonies wanted a peaceful resolution to the situation, with the movement being headed by the pacifist Heero Yuy. Unfortunately, in the year After Colony 175, he is shot dead by an assassin (believed to be Odin Lowe), forcing the colonies to search for other paths to peace. The assassination also prompts five disaffected scientists from the Organization of Zodiac, much more commonly referred to as OZ, to turn rogue after the completion of the mobile suit prototype Tallgeese.

[edit] Plot


Main article: List of Gundam Wing episodes
The story of Gundam Wing begins in the year After Colony 195, with the start of Operation: Meteor; the scientists' revenge against the OZ military organization. It centers around five young boys who have been chosen and trained by the five rogue scientists, then sent to Earth in extremely advanced Mobile Suits, one designed by each of the scientists, known as "Gundams". Their Mobile Suits are called Gundams, because they are constructed from a rare and astonishingly durable material known as Gundanium alloy, which can only be created in outer space.
The five Gundam Pilots, Heero Yuy (his code name, not to be confused with the assassinated leader), Duo Maxwell, Trowa Barton (also not his original name and known as Nanashi (No-Name)), Quatre Raberba Winner, and Chang Wufei, originally have no knowledge of each others' existence, and on their first meeting, each pilot believes the others to be new OZ mobile suit designs. Once the young pilots realize that they have the same objective of destroying OZ and in some cases, are given the same mission, they band together to help each other complete their ultimate goal.

[edit] Media information
Gundam Wing had a run on Cartoon Network's Toonami, premiering on Monday, March 6, 2000 at 5:30 PM EST. It was broadcast in two formats; an edited version was show in the daytime and an uncut version aired at night. Examples of the edits included the removal of blood, obscene language, and the word kill being replaced by the word destroy. (This was extended to Duo's nickname, "The God of Death", with it being changed to "The Great Destroyer", forcing the alteration of two episode titles.) The uncut version, shown at midnight, was completely unedited - a first for Cartoon Network, which at the time had never shown an unedited anime.
Due to the popularity of the series, two OVAs, compiling various scenes from the series along with a few minutes of new footage, were released in 1996 as Gundam Wing: Operation: Meteor I and II. A three-volume OVA series, Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz, was produced in 1997 as a sequel to the TV series; plot-wise, it closes out the After Colony saga. A year later in 1998, a movie version of the OVA series was made, with new footage and a different ending (Last Impression).
Manga sidestories have also been produced. A prequel, detailing the events leading up to the launch of the Gundams to Earth, is Episode Zero. Several sequel manga, occurring between Gundam Wing and Endless Waltz have been written, titled, Gundam Wing: Blind Target, Gundam Wing: Ground Zero,and Battlefield of Pacifists. A coincident storyline is presented in Last Outpost (G-Unit). The Gundam Wing, Battlefield of Pacifists, and Endless Waltz manga series are published in English by TOKYOPOP, while Blind Target, Ground Zero, and Episode Zero are published by Viz Communications.
In 1996, a fighting game called Gundam Wing: Endless Duel was released for the Super Famicom in Japan. The game was never released in the United States or Europe, but has gained some popularity through the emulation of older video games.
Like most Gundam works, Wing has also appeared in the SD Gundam sub-franchise. It was the main focus for Musha Senki and the basis for Superior Defender Gundam Force's interpretation of Lacroa, established hub of the Knight Gundam series.

[edit] Cast and characters


Main article: After Colony list of characters




Character
Japanese Actor
English Actor

Heero Yuy
Hikaru Midorikawa
Mark Hildreth

Relena Peacecraft
Akiko Yajima
Lisa Ann Beley

Duo Maxwell
Toshihiko Seki
Scott McNeil

Trowa Barton
Shigeru Nakahara
Kirby Morrow

Quatre Raberba Winner
Ai Orikasa
Brad Swaile

Chang Wufei
Ryuuzou Ishino
Ted Cole

Zechs Merquise
Takehito Koyasu
Brian Drummond

Treize Khushrenada
Ryotaro Okiayu
David Kaye

Lucrezia Noin
Chisa Yokoyama
Saffron Henderson

Lady Une
Sayuri Yamauchi
Enuka Okuma

Dorothy Catalonia
Naoko Matsui
Cathy Weseluck

Duke Dermail
Osamu Kato
Michael Dobson

Catherine Bloom
Saori Suzuki
Moneca Stori & Cathy Weseluck

Sally Po
Yumi Touma
Moneca Stori & Samantha Ferris [2]

Hilde Schbeiker
Kae Araki
Marcy Goldberg

Narrator
Akio Ohtsuka
Campbell Lane

[edit] Openings, endings, and insert songs

Openings
  • Just Communication by Two-Mix (ep. 1-40) (YTV Broadcast: 1-49)
  • Rhythm Emotion by Two-Mix (ep. 41-49)
  • Gundam Wings "أجنحة كاندم" (Arabic) [All episodes]


Ending
  • It's Just Love by Rumi Oishi (ep. 1-49)
  • Just Communication (Instrumental Version) by Ko Otani (Toonami Broadcast, ep. 1-49; the credits aired over an amended version of the show's first opening)


Insert songs
  • Just Communication by Two-Mix (eps. 3 & 49)
  • Rhythm Emotion by Two-Mix (eps. 36, 38, 39, and 41)


[edit] Footnotes
  • ^  The translation New Mobile Report Gundam W is used by the R2 DVD releases in Japan, and thus is used extensively by the English-language fanbase in order to differentiate it from the Universal Century Gundam series. While the use of the term "report" in the title is not necessarily incorrect, it does not convey the full meaning of the original-language terminology. The Japanese word senki (戦記) has a specific meaning of "military history." Some official translations in the past have used the translation New Mobile War Chronicle Gundam Wing as well, and some of the official art uses The New Mobile History Gundam Wing, and at least one Japanese book has used Mobile Suit Gundam Wing.
  • ^  Moneca Stori voiced Sally Po throughout episodes 3 to 12 of the English dub. Samantha Ferris, who had previously voiced minor characters in the anime, voiced the character from episode 20 until the end of the series, and in Endless Waltz.


[edit] Trivia

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Content in this section should be integrated into the body of the article or removed.
  • There were a number of production problems with the series, which culminated with head writer Katsuyuki Sumizawa stepping down from his position about halfway through the show. He became story supervisor. As a result, the backstories for the main cast, which were intended to be animated as part of the series, were cut, eventually becoming the manga, Episode Zero.
  • A fair number of the characters' names are puns off of various languages' words for numbers. For example, Heero's name derives from Japanese words for "one" and "alone", Zechs is a variant of the German word for "six", "Quatre" French for "four", and so on. This trend was somewhat continued in the various spinoffs, with G-Unit's Adin Barnett (from the Russian word for "one") and Tiel's Impulse's Tiel Noembreux (from the French word meaning "numerous").
  • OZ (which itself stands for Organization of the Zodiac) names its production-model mobile suits for the signs of the Western Zodiac. The major exception to this rule is the ground-combat Tragos, whose name comes from the Greek word for "goat", and can be considered a stand-in for Capricorn.
  • Several references to The Wizard of Oz are present throughout the series. The most obvious example is the OZ organization, but also notable are a character named Dorothy, a small space force named Scarecrow, and various symbols of characters placed on uniforms and logos. A lion, a tiger and a bear can be seen in Catherines' circus. This is additional to the concept that the Gundams are giant "Tin Men".
  • The animation staff snuck several Easter eggs into the series in the form of quick snippets of joke text. In Episode 3, the medical readouts on Heero include the readme file for the TWAIN plugin for Adobe Photoshop; similarly, in Episode 8, a chip labeled "Intel Outside" can be seen. There are also several references to the Universal Century timelines, as seen in the mobile suit schematics, such as references to mega particles, movable frames, Gundarium, and the ALICE System from Gundam Sentinel.


[edit] See also


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Preceded by
Mobile Fighter G Gundam
Gundam metaseries (production order)
1995 96
Succeeded by
Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team

Preceded by
none
Gundam After Colony timeline
AC 195
Succeeded by
Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz



Mobile Suit Gundam Wing Characters



Gundam Pilots


Civilians


Organization of Zodiac (OZ)


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the anomaly -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 6:08:12 PM)

My Favourite Anime Movies are;

Ghost in a Shell
Akira
Princess Mononoke
Ninja Scroll

My Favourite Anime Series are;

Cowboy Bebop
Naruto
Bleach
Samurai Champaloo
Dragonball / Z (Dated now and flawed but its a classic an update would be brilliant)

Gundam Wing is good although I have only seen bits and bobs of it so I can not give a full opinion on it.




curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 6:13:59 PM)

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ORIGINAL: the anomaly




Gundam Wing is good although I have only seen bits and bobs of it so I can not give a full opinion on it.


Yeah same here. From what i saw it was pretty good though. What is your av of?[:)]




mafyou -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 9:55:50 PM)

I'm not gunna lie you scared me with all that writing Twitcher.

If anyone wants that Transformers i got it from yesasia. Although at the time there was a very nice exchange rate in my favour so it may be a little be more now.




the anomaly -> RE: All Things Anime (29/5/2007 10:08:01 PM)

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ORIGINAL: curtain twitcher

quote:

ORIGINAL: the anomaly




Gundam Wing is good although I have only seen bits and bobs of it so I can not give a full opinion on it.


Yeah same here. From what i saw it was pretty good though. What is your av of?[:)]


My AV is of a character from the Manga and Anime Series "Naruto"




chocchunk -> RE: All Things Anime (30/5/2007 9:34:06 AM)

Thanks for the suggestions for the movies (Im going shopping at the weekend so I will probably buy Ghost In The Shell)
I posted a topic about Noein on the small screen section but apparently no-one has seen it so I thought I might have more success here.
Has anyone seen it or own the DVDs? I just want to know that it ain't just a figment of my imagination and that at least one other person has seen it. [:D]
It is amazing incase you haven't had a chance to catch it




rockerjo -> RE: All Things Anime (30/5/2007 10:40:17 AM)

has anybody spotted any anime bargains? By bargains I dont mean alot of money for something that is worth even more than that. (If you get what i mean) e.p: ghost in the shell: SAC GIG 2 is 29.99 when it should be round the 50 mark. I mean anime under 7ish pounds?

p.s Excel saga? anybody seen it? It is a very strange anime for the mindless but it puts a grin on your face permanently. On google video you can watch every single episode.




curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (30/5/2007 11:05:58 AM)

Go to superstores like HMV and Virgin Megastores, i got good bargains there. They do not always have the best selection, sometimes it is just a case of luck (well, in my experience anyway). I got Akira and GITS in a three for twenty pounds deal along with another non Anime in Virgin and i got Blood: The Last Vampire for seven pounds in HMV. Or go on Amazon or Play and you should find good deals, more so with the films because usually tv series can be quite expensive wherever you shop for them (online or in physical reality).




curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (30/5/2007 11:17:36 AM)

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ORIGINAL: mafyou

I'm not gunna lie you scared me with all that writing Twitcher.

If anyone wants that Transformers i got it from yesasia. Although at the time there was a very nice exchange rate in my favour so it may be a little be more now.


Well it is this shit computer as i explained before.[:)] Otherwise it would have been posted as a link and would have undoubtebly been easier to read.. I think on this temporary computer i am on you have to cut and paste links for some reason.[8|]




Fluke Skywalker -> RE: All Things Anime (30/5/2007 12:41:42 PM)

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ORIGINAL: curtain twitcher

I was looking at Evangelion on Amazon.com and UK and there were several. Out of these which one is recommended by any of you?[:)]


[image]http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B0000639E0.01.LZZZZZZZ.jpg[/image] 




Basically the series while enjoyable had a really terrible ending where it seems they just ran out of ideas, budget and time.

In response to the understandable outcry the makers came up with The End of Evangelion which ties things up nicely in an epic and surreal fashion.

If you are thinking of getting this series it will be pointless unless you get this as well.




curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (30/5/2007 12:54:38 PM)

Hang on a tic fluke, should i be getting two boxsets? I.e., both of these? As well as the film spin-offs?

[image]http://www.mrbensons.co.uk/sl/l/11/S_V0117048.jpg[/image]
The Premium Collection
[image]http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B0000639E0.01.LZZZZZZZ.jpg[/image]
This version of The Ultimate Collection.

Why are their two versions of the Ultimate Colletion?

Because their is this one too.
[image]http://www.animeondvd.com/images/boxart/evaset.jpg[/image]

And what about this one?

[image]http://www.pwblog.com/user/inflames/tatsunosuke/image/30748.jpg[/image]




curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (30/5/2007 1:02:12 PM)

These are the movies:

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[image]http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e296/endlessland/Evangelion_movie.jpg[/image]

And they are making a new one called Rebuild Of Evangelion too.







Fluke Skywalker -> RE: All Things Anime (30/5/2007 1:42:02 PM)

What I would say is get one of the boxsets of the series plus End of Evangelion. Some of these other ones are like slightly different versions and not worth getting. I have never heard of Revival of Evangelion however




curtain twitcher -> RE: All Things Anime (30/5/2007 1:57:40 PM)

Revival is just one of the films in the series. I'll do that, but i will at some point probably get all the films anyway just to have them y'know? Is the first box set, the tin one the best buy? It seems that is what everyone else was saying. Did you know that they are making a full length feature film of Evangelion? It will be friggin' awseome!




rockerjo -> RE: All Things Anime (30/5/2007 7:32:17 PM)

Evangelion is a brilliant series. Any anime addicts with sky (the telly thing) will want to know this:

here are the anime series's on tv:

gilgamesh -cut-(dark post-apocolyptic anime ) rockworldtv 8:30pm fridays

cromartie high school (awful) rockworld tv 6:30ish -i dont watch it so i dont know when its on.

naruto-cut- jetix 6:30pm thursdays

bobobobobobobo jetix 7pm (dont know when its on i dont watch rubbish)

samurai x channel 's' 6:30am (channel 8 hundred and something)

____________________

in the future:

from 3rd june propeller tv channel 195 will show

coyote ragtime show 8pm
neon genesis evangelion 8:30pm
Guyver: the bioboosted armour 9pm
elfen lied 9:30pm
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just incase you hadnt known i just thought i'd share the good news. cromartie and bobobobobobobo are dreadful. nobody ever told me about studio ghibli last on channel 4 and i only caught pom poko. If there are ANY anime on ANY channel please make a topic. i have not counted yugioh and pokemon even though they are anime because they are a pile of crap.




the anomaly -> RE: All Things Anime (30/5/2007 10:07:58 PM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: rockerjo

Evangelion is a brilliant series. Any anime addicts with sky (the telly thing) will want to know this:

here are the anime series's on tv:

gilgamesh -cut-(dark post-apocolyptic anime ) rockworldtv 8:30pm fridays

cromartie high school (awful) rockworld tv 6:30ish -i dont watch it so i dont know when its on.

naruto-cut- jetix 6:30pm thursdays

bobobobobobobo jetix 7pm (dont know when its on i dont watch rubbish)

samurai x channel 's' 6:30am (channel 8 hundred and something)

____________________

in the future:

from 3rd june propeller tv channel 195 will show

coyote ragtime show 8pm
neon genesis evangelion 8:30pm
Guyver: the bioboosted armour 9pm
elfen lied 9:30pm
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I dont recommend the english version of Naruto. Even if it is cutt. Get hold of the Japanese versions however you can so much better.




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