Well I am almost done with Fruits Basket and I have to say it is one of my top 5, I am surprised that I really liked it so much I mean I thought it was going to be a really really gay show that I just spent about 90 dollars on but it isn't a disappointment so far.
It is official with me Evangelion is the single most ed up anime I have ever watched or probably will watched, I mean the last 2 episodes of the series didn't make any sense at ing all. I mean I really have no idea how to understand it. I can't wait to see how much more confused with the 2 movies.
Has anybody seen Desert Punk? It looks interesting but I dont follow anime nearly enough to know what LOOKS good and what IS good.
I almost bought the Dirty Pair OVA box set at Best Buy yesterday because it was only $10, but then I saw they had the second half of season 1 of Thundercats on sale and childhood nostalgia overcame old-school otaku-ness.
I saw the first 2 episodes of Desert Punk and it was pretty good for what it is, the only thing I am not liking so far is that he finishes all these battles and such in just one episode but other than that it is good.
I also finished Evangelion both the series and the movies and it was awesomely good like everyone said. I still don't understand the last 2 episodes of the series though.
Post by Thumper: One Year Later on Apr 28, 2006 14:48:42 GMT -5
Does anyone know when the Fullmetal Alchemist movie comes out in America? will it have a theatrical release or just straight to dvd? SInce that series is over, i need a new animeto watch, what does everyoen think of Rehxephon? I heard it was similar to Evangelion, which i really enjoy.
I don't think there is much information about the US FMA movie. I'd like to hear something soon myself though.
Rahxephon is good, but no Evangelion. I'm not a big fan of it myself. Other good mecha shows are Full Metal Panic and Dual. I like Dual because it's pretty much a mecha anime making fun of Eva in a fun way.
FUNimation states in the newest issue of Anime Insider that the Fullmetal Alchemist will be released alongside the final volume of the series on DVD Oct. 3. They said "no comment" on whether or not the movie will see a theatrical release as well.