Their last anime was Gall Force: The Revolution, completed just months before the studio folded.
>dat feel when Commander Pfizer prefers Elza
Shoot never had a chance.
Pfizer confirmed for God-tier taste.
90s noses were really peculiar, weren't they?
I often say that Artmic were my favourite anime studio, and if Gall Force: The Revolution was anything to go by, it's good that they died before making anything else like that.
>>10823246 looks absolutely hideous. It's much better to remember them as the guys who made Bubblegum Crisis and proper Gall Force.
It's no coincidence that the trash that is the Bubblegum Crisis 2040 reboot is Pioneer/AIC crap with no Artmic involvement.
Come to think of it, if Gainax had died after End of Evangelion, we'd remember them with nothing but fondness for stuff like Nadia and Gunbuster, instead of cursing them for ugly, lazy-looking shit such as Diebuster.
2040 has its own appeal that can't really compare to the original series.
As for Revolution, even though the character redesigns seem jarring compared to Sonoda's originals, the story is still interesting.
Thanks for pointing Cassharn out to me.
Love me some of those old robot designs.
This book was published before the Largo episodes came out.
There is also this book.
Based B-Club books. They make up for the lack of scans of the other Episode books.
The Crisis B-Club artbook is in bakabt.
For the Crash one, look in the archives for the generals we had last year. Some anon took the scans I posted there and compiled them all along with pdf's of the RPG books.
The real saint is Gee, who originally scanned and uploaded it.
Sorry to hear about your losses but at least your life wasn't one of them. What other books did you have if I may ask?
>galls with guns
>Fuck you Exanon
In all seriousness though, I got to get caught up on webms.
Well many of the newer stuff I was able to replace. Stuff like Kanamemo, Lucky Star, Kannagi. Moe stuff basically.
The stuff I wasn't able to replace was the mecha stuff. I was able to find a copy of the 2006 Makoto Kobayashi book at least.
I'm looking for cans of these:
-The New Type 100% books for Zeta Gundam
-The 2007 Makoto Kobayashi book Hyper Weapon.
-This Iczer One mook.
The Zeta Gundam book I'm talking about.
I also use to have the Shoji Kawamori Macross book and the Yutaka Izubuchi design book but I've found scans of those so it's cool.
And yeah, other people lost WAY more than me so that's why I didn't get upset about it.
>Iczer One mook
>lazy-looking shit such as Diebuster.
>actually implying that Diebuster didn't have a lot of effort put into it visually
Are you reverse-trolling GB fans here? Opinions on story and style are one thing, but you're objectively wrong about this. Hell, Gunbuster's final battle was a slide-show.
Wasn't it stated by the artist that the mech in that anime is the military prototype to the K-11 from Bubblegum crisis?
The K-11 is initially a military weapon later given to the AD Police. As such, it more closely resembles the Madox-01.
The K-12 is built specifically for the AD Police.
Compared to the K-12 it looks more like Madox, especially the upper body.
I don't know. The head is an obvious deviation. The color scheme is spot-on, though.
Funny enough the thing on the back more resembles what the K-11 has on it's back.
Thank you, Prissfag. You've come through once again.
How was Crash, seriously? Seems over the years ppl deride it as being shit compared to 2032; I love the art/animation style... its like from Double Vision on, they perfected the look they were gunning for.
It's really not all that bad as is. It just seems that way to some because 2032 is so incredibly awesome.
It's especially a nice followup if you've already seen everything else (BGC, AD Police, 2040, etc).
One of their many coproductions with AIC. Thinking about it, almost everything made by ARTMIC was co-produced with AIC except Mospeada.
I dig the designs, especially the new hardsuits and the Illegal Army's mecha suits.
Mospeada and Casshan were co-produced with Tatsunoko.
I knew Angelo sounded familiar.
All the bright colors and beautiful design work make it easy to forget
the depressing conclusion to this installment.
In how everything is repeating itself, probably in a literal way. New Era ties in everything in the saga, but the Galls never get true closure.
I would prefer if the original continuation had ended with Earth Chapter, but I can understand the message of historical repetition which New Era implies.
That's one thing I like about Revolution:
it has a happy, conclusive ending.
Completely agree. It brings needed closure to the saga, regardless of whether it was or not supposed to be part of the same continuity.
I personally like to think The Revolution's events are spawned from New Era, with the Solnoids first beating GORN/Paranoids and then applying the Executive Committee to prevent more galactic holocausts.
>The Revolution's events are spawned from New Era, with the Solnoids first beating GORN/Paranoids and then applying the Executive Committee to prevent more galactic holocausts.
I like how you think.
This was also a nice sendoff for Artmic. I suppose it was their way of thanking the fans of their many works over the years.