Tomino's chaotic directing at it's best
Who has the best uniforms in mecha? Not flightsuits, but uniforms. Whether you like them because they're practical or your like them because they're the epitome of "fussy space Prussians," show me your favorites.
Titans have nice uniforms, but i really like them on Four [spoiler ]but they'd look better on the floor [/spoiler]
But Zeon has the best officer uniforms. Ramba Ral in particular.
Was it any okay?
Wanted to see it, but it had single showings in unfavorable timeslots on the days it was playing. Couldn't see it.
They really should have released the movie in September/October. There were less big name movies playing, so it would be easier to get more showings on better days for less cost.
What are some mecha games where I can Troa Spin?
God Gundam has the God Slash Typhoon.
Something like Heavyarms spin? It's unique as far I know. Heavyarms Kai EW version can do with 2 knives in theory. Yes, it has 2 knives on it's waist back, but no media of it's usage is know.
i don't remember exactly, but i think one of these has it.
At the 30th national sci-tech festival held in April last one particular exhibit was wood-plastic composite planks. One of the visitors said, “These look smart and strong. That light brown plank seems to be suitable for the living room.” Another one said, “Look at the yellow plank for the wall of the dining room. It feels cosy and is water resistant. It’ll be a favourite with housewives.” Hearing them many other people turned their eyes to the goods presented by the Korea Sangwon Trading Company.
The company has always maintained an important principle in developing and producing new things. It is to pay primary attention to the country’s actual condition and people’s needs in all consideration.
Two years ago the company decided to lay a new process for production of wood-plastic composite planks. At the time Kwon Thae Song who was in charge of the task said, “We must make goods quite different from the existing kind. This is not simply for our company’s popularity. Our company exists to produce the people’s favourite goods and render a help to the country’s economic development.” He asked the workers to put out new ideas for the project.
All of them rose as one to develop high-quality goods. In this course, they all agreed that the primary problem was to improve the goods’ water-resistant capacity.
The series is so freaking awesome, it literally uses awesome as an energy source! Even the High School AU manages to make it inexplicably amazing, and the Cop AU, Double K, is great, though not very long yet. Is there anything more, or am I just the newest fan asking for something that will probably never happen?
Also, side-question: If Viral can use Spiral Energy, does that mean's he's no longer infertile?
I believe the reason /m/ hates Unicorn is because it is unintentionally an allegory for the board's existence and potential future, and this upsets people here.
So, is there a reason why the Future Century is the only era that uses the Mobile Trace System? Because it seems like a much more logical method of controlling a humanoid machine the size of an office tower.
Is this a fanbase thing, where the fans will screech NOT MUH JOYSTICKS?
>Gundam takes one step
>pilot gets wanged off three sides of the cockpit and knocked clean out
UC has the most practical system. You just know jack about machine learning and robotics so you think thy manually control the limbs.
So Dairanger dvds are out, anyone pick it up?
from the first few episodes, translations are pretty good, not many complaints.
Getting into the home straight here, starting with a Haruka ep, in which time travel tenses get mildly annoying and dramatic conversations ensue.
Probably the episode with the most feels and one of my favorite ones to boot (and I'm not one of the shippers).
Also, those Haruka faces.
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Here is a quick question...just how successful is Gundam in Japan? Is it some huge money maker? Are there younger Gundam fans, or is it mostly older men who enjoyed the early anime?
It's one of the most widely known anime franchises and has become a cultural icon to the point where they were considering it as a mascot for the olympics (hot beaten out by Doraemon last I checked). It's also one of Bandai's biggest regular money makers on their annual reports.
You may as well have asked how big tom and jerry or scooby doo are in the US.
If you didn't see it the first time, about 2 weeks back I uploaded the text interviews via screenshots of Imagawa talking about G Gundam. That was the first half of the show, so here is the second.
Again please be patient, this'll take a while to take each screenshot individually.
Haven't even finished watching the Universal timeline yet so it really wouldn't be fair to pick a favorite at the time.
However I will tell you that I fucking love the EX-S.
Was he actually gay?
The ending talk with Lily seemed to really hint at it
I wouldn't be too sure of that. He also thought he lived in a society where anyone in a dress would never be able to wield real authority and Lily disproved that. Guin fears he lives in that kind of society and is afraid of coming out, but if women are being accepted it's possible gays would be too.