|FABIO2 - 2008-05-08 |
There's a vastly more superior American counterpart to pretty much any Japanese movie or cartoon to ever exist, and most of them came first.
YOU SHOW 'EM, WHOSE ARTIFICIAL CARTOON DISTINCTIONS ARE IN CHARGE HERE, FABIO!
SPIRITED AWAY? MORE LIKE SPIRITED A-GAY!
Looks like a nerve was touched with young yaoi Gundam lovers.
this raises a good question. I enjoy yaoi, what is the superior American counterpart to a show like Ai no Kusabi?
I am eagerly awaiting your response, FABIO2. I wish to be a patriotic consumer of gay cartoons.
Also this show looks kinda lame and ugly.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-05-08 |
Not as good as Gundam.
Even that racist one with the sombrero-wearing Gundam.
In fairness, nothing is as good as the Gundam show with the sombrero robot.
|Jeriko-1 - 2008-05-08 |
The series was incredible and ended on a cliffhanger.
Kind of an 'Ozymandius Effect' where aliens appear and blitz the humans and neosapiens.
I wonder if it had gone on for another series what they would have looked like.
They had run out the "World War 2 in space" angle. Considering how much of the appeal relied on how well they handled that, I'm kind of glad it ended when it did.
|Xenocide - 2008-05-08 |
Pretty great show, even if the designs were incredibly toyetic.
|Aubrey McFate - 2008-05-08 |
Liefield faceboxes ahoy!
|Camonk - 2008-05-08 |
I was pretty mad that right after I submitted this, I found the opening with the actual speech explaining the setup of the show. Oh well, either way I was monstrously gay for this show for pretty much its entire run.
sorry, your tag is wrong
|Doomstein - 2008-05-09 |
Loved this cartoon.
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