First movie and SAC are essential
Innocence is an acquired taste (I like it)
The original manga is optional but overall a fun read
Skip Man-Machine Interface like it's a picture of Camille Paglia nude and spread eagle
schwarzstahlhelm1993 wrote:Well, it was only mentioned by name, but I'll take advantage and say why I would recommend it:
Bubblegum Crisis, the original OVA, is one of the many OVAs released in Japan in their glory decade of the 1980s.
This show isn't innovative: it isn't "original", or "groundbreaking". It is episodic as hell, and lacks a well defined story. But it is awesome. As simple as that.
schwarzstahlhelm1993 wrote:There are so, so many 80s OVAs I want to watch and rewatch. I can see why so many people say it was a great age for Japanese animation.
Currently watching Gall Force too: what a fun f*cking ride. And as always, Sonoda delivers. He's now second-favorite character designer, with only Mikimoto besting him.
moonwolf2024 wrote:Gall Force is awesome. Its one of my all time favorites. Excellent story and animation. When I first saw the Eternal Story I didn't realize there were about six more after that. Just a tip...the earth arc and new era are a little boring. Stop at Rhea Force. Its nice to watch just to see the ending but nothing exciting
arkiel wrote:Rascal the Raccoon. Why? Because it lead to nearly 80% of Japanese temples being damaged by fancyfuck imported raccoon.
http://www.japanprobe.com/2010/04/19/ra ... se-temple/
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