kenzo wrote:Good lord, even I was embarrassed by the Cowboy Bebop intro and Omar's whatever the Japanese equivalent of Engrish is.
dakazu wrote:Higgins, don't read 20th Century Boy because it's dumb. Seriously, the end that manga is the WORST.
If you want to read another Naoki Urasawa series, read this
Master Keaton; master of ancient weapons, master sergeant of the British SAS, archaeologist and insurance agent who travels around the world resolving dangerous case after case. A much more straight forward story and my favorite manga that Urasawa worked on.
Of course! I can still be embarssed though.Master Higgins wrote:kenzo wrote:Good lord, even I was embarrassed by the Cowboy Bebop intro and Omar's whatever the Japanese equivalent of Engrish is.
It's all in good fun.
Lolerbeez - which means that it'll never get read.Master Higgins wrote:I've heard great things about that, too. It's on "The List".
comicsanddakine wrote:Much love Kenzo! I learned japanese mostly by women though from Kansai area so at least I dont sound like a total chick when I speak...well, yeah i do! Thx Shinifox! Was super fun at the shop and i think I will be throwing on some of my old faves to watch again like Blue Submarine 6, Scryed and Lain.
It's pretty strange, but what makes me sad is that most folks out there who saw these two never saw, or will never see Macross Plus. /anime-hipsterred_shirt wrote:I will MAKE Toby and Higgins watch Trigun now!! But Omar watching Samurai Champloo and never seeing Cowboy Bebop is a sad sad thing to hear.
Guillermo_DudeL wrote:I am going to try and watch Legend of the Galactic Heroes over the summer. As in I'll see how many of the 110 episodes where uploaded to Youtube with subtitles.
kenzo wrote:Quick notes:
[*]Brock, I'm going to make a personal suggestion for you: go and find a show called "Great Teacher Onizuka". It's a fantastic show, with a great sense of humor that I think would appeal to you (lots of potty humor), and is about a young delinquent who is now grown up and trying to become a teacher. At the very least, I think you'll be able to identify with the show, or be able to live vicariously through it and its protagonist (who routinely beats up his stupid students). It also doesn't have a lot of the typical anime-tropes of saucer-eyes and such.[/list]
dabeast0976 wrote:thanks to all for helping me decide to not listen this week.
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