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April 1, 1991
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  1. In Topic: Anime

    Yesterday, 09:53 PM

    View PostD, on 07 May 2021 - 04:51 PM, said:

    View PostMentalist, on 07 May 2021 - 04:47 PM, said:

    View PostD, on 07 May 2021 - 04:29 PM, said:

    View PostMentalist, on 07 May 2021 - 04:17 PM, said:

    Turn-A-Gundam is weird.
    It seems to be going for a more "Big Robot" a la Voltron vibe;

    The idea is that there was some kind of disaster, so the Earth has regressed and is now in a late 19th/early 20th century tech level (there fighter biplanes and armored trucks, but no tanks); While there's an advanced society on the Moon, that is coming to settle on Earth again.
    The protagonist was part of an advance recon party sent to establish that the Earth is habitable; after 2 years his obligations are discharged, and he can go live wherever as an Earthling; except he uncovers a Gundam, and ends up fighting his own people on the side of a technologically backward Earth.

    The animation style is really wierd, with everyone having huge eyeballs and pinpoint pupils. It's unnerving.
    Weird story premise, but I'm kinda intrigued.

    Just from a quick image search, the character designs looks like they're trying to go for a Gundam-does-Legend-of-Galactic-Heroes vibe with the long blonde hair everywhere and the 19th century military/aristocrat clothing choices.

    Interesting storyline though. I guess it's a spin-off and not part of the main gundam timeline?

    There's like 6 or different Gundam continuities. I treat each one as its own thing, and I never actually watched the original- though I think SEED was supposed to be a "re-imagining" of that one.
    Yeah, the uniform vibe feels kinda LoGH; But they had normal eyes, iirc, lol

    Oh darn, here I thought most of the Gundam shows actually fit into one continuous canon with just a handful of standalone spin-offs. That's surprising that it's so disjoint, isn't Gundam mostly all made by the same studio and had one guy spearheading most of its creation?

    Just to tack onto Mentalist's post

    THe majority of Gundams occur in the UC or Universal Century universe.

    However, theres Gundams here and there that are in their own universes. Things like
    Gundam Wing
    Gundam 00
    Gundam IBO
    Gundam Seed

  2. In Topic: House of the Dragon

    Yesterday, 02:16 AM


    Can someone explain to me what happened here?....

    Not that I mind a bit of humor here and there, and i do admire creativity.
  3. In Topic: Vikings (discussion w SPOILERS)

    Yesterday, 12:31 AM

    Started watching season 1 a few weeks back now im onto season 2. Interesting show. I like the cultural aspects and the window into this culture we're getting.

    IDK how accurate this is... part history part myth.
  4. In Topic: House of the Dragon

    06 May 2021 - 04:17 AM

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  5. In Topic: Zoom mafia?

    04 May 2021 - 02:35 PM

    friday the 14th work for people?



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    01 Apr 2021 - 11:08
    and again
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    31 Mar 2020 - 21:04
    happy birthday
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    11 Sep 2012 - 17:44
    Keep your spoilers off my profile too, while you're at it.
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    11 Sep 2012 - 17:41
    Mentioning anything at all that is revealed in later books is a spoiler. It's not all about plot. Explanation enough?
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    09 Nov 2011 - 04:27
    I worked in a bookstore for a summer in college and came across this plain white galley of MoI. Read it, cuz it was a big honkin' book. Loved it, went GotM and then DG in that order.
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