Hehehe, Cowboy Bebop…wow. It’s
totally original in every way. The plot line, characters, music, visuals. From beginning to end, its full of unpredictable
things. A darkly humorous story that can make you crack up, cry, or hold on to the edge of your seat all in one episode. I
love how this series ends…I never guessed it and it leaves you with a feeling that very few other things in life can.
Be warned though, its not a happily ever after story. And again, if you have
cartoon network, that’s where you can get this…at 1:30 am.
Personally my favorite character
has to be Edward…gotta love her (yes HER)
Ghost in the Shell is one of my newer shows on my Saturday night schedule, but I’ve absolutely fallen
in love with the realistic depth of the characters, the futuristic plot line, amazing animation, I could go on lol. But it
really is something I think people either will love or hate, so check it out for yourself ^^
MANGA: Ghost in the Shell
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Demons, humans, super powers, teen
age delinquency, and weird romance. Covers everything, eh? Yu Yu Hakusho follows a teen age delinquent named Yusuke Urameshi
who has been an excellent fighter his whole life, famous for his hard hitting punches. When Yusuke is killed in an accident
and then learns about death and the others worlds, he’s brought back to life to fight demons and protect the human world
as a “spirit detective” And so the story begins. The animation isn’t the very newest top of the line, but
it’s rather “older” school, so its cool in and of it’s self. Love
the characters…I’m rather attracted to Hiei and Kurama…*blush* hehehe.
Out of all
the Gundam series, Gundam Wing is, in my opinion, the all time top. It’s the second anime I ever got into. It’s
a very thought provoking and dark story, reading fan fiction tends to make this
story even better, the more you make connections with the characters and come up with your own idea on what’s going
on in they’re heads. Its full of giant machines, space battles, and suicidal teen warriors who are the best of the best,
partly because of they’re disregard for they’re own lives. The first few episodes are a bit confusing but if you
just get watching, you catch on and the art gets more and more realistic. In fact the movie at the end of the series, Endless
Waltz, is one of my favorite movies. I collect the VHS put out by funimation, and I have most of the series…except my
friend has them all so now they’re “our” movies, even though I bought them. LOL, I love it though.
Outlaw Star is a unique futuristic story, following an outlaw bounty hunter, Gene Starwind
and his partner Jim Hawking as the travel through the galaxy in they’re extraordinary space ship, The Outlaw Star. Full
of battles *man to man and ship to ship…and sometimes man to android* Space
pirates, romance, magic, and running from the law, outlaw star is one of my absolute favorite shows of all time.