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Posted 2007-04-09, 10:23 PM in reply to Slyvr's post starting "...I can barely trek to Slackers right..."
Yeah.. no treking needed. Order online off of the japanese amazon if you need to.
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Posted 2008-06-11, 11:17 AM in reply to Sovereign's post starting "Yeah.. no treking needed. Order online..."
My first anime was gunslinger girl. I enjoyed it but it's not as good as others
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Posted 2008-07-10, 03:57 PM in reply to MidnightsChorus's post starting "My first anime was gunslinger girl. I..."
Bump!

I haven't a clue about my frist anime cartoon (most probably Pokemon, though), but I can remember that the first anime film I watched was Akira. I've since watched Spirited Away, and last Friday I watched Princess Mononoke. Methinks I ought to find the other films the guy who made those two has done, as I really enjoyed the two I've seen.

What's Howl's Moving Castle like?
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Posted 2008-07-10, 04:23 PM in reply to Lenny's post starting "Bump! I haven't a clue about my..."
None.
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Posted 2008-07-10, 06:24 PM in reply to -Spector-'s post starting "None."
I watched parts of sailor moon when I was four (my sisters adored that show). But my first anime I think was pokemon.
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Posted 2008-07-10, 06:39 PM in reply to Wallow's post starting "I watched parts of sailor moon when I..."
Sailor Moon was awesome, I don't care what anyone says.
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Posted 2008-07-10, 09:45 PM in reply to !King_Amazon!'s post starting "Sailor Moon was awesome, I don't care..."
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Sailor Moon was awesome, I don't care what anyone says.
Agreed!

My first anime were DBZ and Pokemon, F*** YEAH!!
I spent like $800 on Pikachu, I ain't ditchin' Him Now!

Next up came Sailor Moon and Yu-Gi-Oh. And I admit, I'm not too proud of Yu-Gi-Oh....
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Posted 2008-07-12, 11:49 AM in reply to Lenny's post starting "Bump! I haven't a clue about my..."
Lenny said: [Goto]

What's Howl's Moving Castle like?

It's got a very deep story and it's executed very nicely. It's a definite watch. Also if you are into mythology from Europe the way their Wizards and Magic/Magick/Arcane Arts/Arcana/Cyto Shaping/Demonic Arts/Craft/Spellcraft/Mysticism/Mystics/Mytic Arts (did I miss a word?) works. It's very old world Britain in a way.

Yes I even put in the scientific word for Magic. Cyto Shaping.

Watch it though.
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Posted 2008-07-12, 03:45 PM in reply to kyeruu's post "what was your first anime?"
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as painfull as it is my first anime was sailor moon
Lol same Sailor Moon.

 
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Posted 2008-07-12, 04:50 PM in reply to quikspy67's post starting "Lol same Sailor Moon."
my first i say was Yu-Gi-Oh, pokemon or dbz but then when naruto started in the u.s. i watched it.Lenny Spirited Away i watched when it came to the u.s.
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Posted 2008-07-12, 05:11 PM in reply to jamer123's post starting "my first i say was Yu-Gi-Oh, pokemon or..."
I think once Yu-Gi-Oh came out anime went downhill.

 
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Posted 2008-07-12, 07:35 PM in reply to hotdog's post starting "It's got a very deep story and it's..."
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It's got a very deep story and it's executed very nicely. It's a definite watch. Also if you are into mythology from Europe the way their Wizards and Magic/Magick/Arcane Arts/Arcana/Cyto Shaping/Demonic Arts/Craft/Spellcraft/Mysticism/Mystics/Mytic Arts (did I miss a word?) works. It's very old world Britain in a way.

Yes I even put in the scientific word for Magic. Cyto Shaping.

Watch it though.

How close to the book is it? I read and loved the book, and since I enjoyed the two Miyazaki films I've watched methinks I ought to watch the film.
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Posted 2008-07-12, 08:28 PM in reply to Lenny's post starting "How close to the book is it? I read and..."
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How close to the book is it? I read and loved the book, and since I enjoyed the two Miyazaki films I've watched methinks I ought to watch the film.
I loved the Film. Not sure about the book though, but so far all the movies by Miyazaki I've loved. ( I think there's like, 3 or 4, right...?)
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Posted 2008-07-13, 01:25 AM in reply to Sovereign's post starting "http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclop..."
whoa~ He works on alot, eh?
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Posted 2008-07-13, 08:24 AM in reply to Lenny's post starting "How close to the book is it? I read and..."
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How close to the book is it? I read and loved the book, and since I enjoyed the two Miyazaki films I've watched methinks I ought to watch the film.
Never read the book. The films are a must see, although I've only seen 3 of them:
Spirited Away *
Howl's Moving castle *
Princess Mononoke
Castle in the Sky *
Kiki's delivery Service *
My neighbor Totoro
Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind

I know for a fact that Kiki's delivery service is a horrible movie (my sister made me watch it). Other than that, all the other ones I've seen were good (asterics on the one's I've watched)

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Posted 2008-07-13, 11:08 AM in reply to Wallow's post starting "Never read the book. The films are a..."
Wallow said: [Goto]
Never read the book. The films are a must see, although I've only seen 3 of them:
Spirited Away *
Howl's Moving castle *
Princess Mononoke
Castle in the Sky *
Kiki's delivery Service *
My neighbor Totoro
Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind

I know for a fact that Kiki's delivery service is a horrible movie (my sister made me watch it). Other than that, all the other ones I've seen were good (asterics on the one's I've watched)
You're a fool. Kiki's Delivery Service was a pretty good movie.
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Posted 2008-07-13, 01:27 PM in reply to !King_Amazon!'s post starting "You're a fool. Kiki's Delivery Service..."
kiki's was a nice movie actually, not 5/5 on my eyes, but i'd give it 4/5
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Posted 2008-07-15, 04:08 AM in reply to kyeruu's post starting "kiki's was a nice movie actually, not..."
The one ghibli movie that i didn't really like was whispers of the heart. Just didn't get into it.
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Posted 2008-07-15, 04:30 AM in reply to Sovereign's post starting "The one ghibli movie that i didn't..."
My first anime, and I suspect a lot of people's, was Speed Racer.
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