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|Comentado por Ria, 21-03-2012, 05:05 (UTC):|
it's a series with a nice mix of aocitn, intrigue and comedy so yeah, a lot of fun to watch in the way that I did. The Arthurian slant was also enjoyable, although I can easily believe how much more there is in the VN that the anime couldn't include. I've just started playing/reading that this weekend actually. Good stuff so far.@Peter S: while it's refreshing to see a male lead with guts, Shirou is a bit slow on the uptake in terms of putting his ideals into practice. The manly desire to step up and do the right thing is admirable but when your female comrade is considerably more capable, it's not very practical. Planetes is one show that I REALLY want to watch all the way through now.@coburn: yeah, you might not have been sloshed enough! ^_^ It took a while for me to get into the series for the reasons you outline here, but after a couple of discs it got kinda addictive I have the second disc of Shana to watch in the next couple of weeks and if the first disc and the movie version are anything to go by, I think I'll enjoy that too.@gaguri: I haven't even watched the third Mummy film, although the first was a fun blockbuster type of movie that's light entertainment. Some stuff is meant to be taken seriously and as such is better viewed on your own so you can quietly think about it, but this series isn't really one of those.