any one ever heard of "Tintin et Milou" (english version: Tintin and Snowy)? that was what i seen last, it is a series and i watched 'Secret Of The Unicorn'
I don't think Tintin counts as anime lol, it's based on a comic by a Belgian, and although it had a Japanese dub, it's not really anime. As a product of Canadian producers in the 90's the TV show could hardly be considered anime
I just finished watching Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai. While it does have a very long name, it's very worth watching, and has a good set of characters. It's about a group of friends that grew apart after one of them died and they come back together to get closure and fulfill her last wishes.
My Poems "Words offer the means to meaning, and for those who will listen, the enunciation of truth."
Just finished it and it was overall amusing. It's basically about the tallest girl in school falling for the shortest boy in school after having a competition to see who could find a boyfriend/girlfriend first. It just launches off further from that point.
Not sure if you would call that a "true" anime, but it has a few "anime-only" episodes, so I like it so far.
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Originally Posted by Persona 4 Golden
In a wooden shack during a snowstorm...
Naoto: Whoa, S-Senpai...!? *shuffling of clothes* What're you doing...? That... You should stop doing that. I-I mean, this is hardly an ideal location to be trying this...! *gasps* Stop, before you go too deep!
Just finished watching Escaflowne, which I hadn't seen since I was a kid. Still ended up being pretty good. Though the movie was a far different tone, not sure if I liked it as much.
Hah, that was the first anime I ever bought. It holds up alright, but it's not great. I doubt I'd remember it without Yoko Kanno's excellent soundtrack.
Also: Newton was paranoid, incredibly asocial, very jealous, and had no sense of humour what-so-ever. He also did extensive work with light (almost all we knew of how light worked for centuries came from him and his main rival) and invented calculus. He did not compare everything that exists to gravity, contrary to what the show believes.
A more accurate Newton, upon travelling to another world, would've set himself up as an official of some sort and then just spent his time alone working on stuff and slowly going insane trying to decode the Bible to turn lead into gold. He wouldn't have cared enough to try and stop war.
Originally Posted by Choking Victim!
Just finished Kino's Journey last night.
It has good meaning to it.
It's very much like a modern fairytale, isn't it? Not in the current meaning of the word, but in the old sense: Morality tales and ponderings on human nature wrapped up in fantastic situations.
For those not familiar, Sgt. Frog., it's about a platoon of frog-like aliens who invade earth with the purpose of conquering it. Unfortunately (Fortunately?) the leader of the platoon uses his powers to watch TV and get chore money to buy toy Gundam models, in lieu of taking over the earth.