Eureka Seven DVD 2

Posted by DiGiKerot in Old Episodic Stuff at July 9, 2006 on 9:54 pm

In which those annoying kids get too much screen time.

Really, If I had to pick and overwhelming theme for this volume, that would be it. Its starts with an episode in which the kids wind up Renton, has the kids tagging along on just about every excursion throughout the episode, and even the back story involves, yes, the kids.

I can see why a lot of people were turned off by the series early on – it’s a lot to bare with.

Final Fantasy Unlimited 8

Posted by DiGiKerot in Old Episodic Stuff at May 17, 2006 on 10:12 pm

Having obviously not punished myself enough having watched that Saikano OAV recently, I felt it was about time to once again inflict myself with something only marginally less painful…

So, when I last left off all those months ago, our heroes where up to very little of interest. This episode picks up pretty much exactly here it left off. Ai et al find themselves in some kind of bizarre factory where it seems they simply assemble and disasseble the same objects over and over again, a job obviously slightly less tedious than watching the show itself (is that enough hyberbole yet?)

The Mars Daybreak 12-14

Posted by DiGiKerot in Old Episodic Stuff at May 14, 2006 on 6:02 pm

Volume completion FTW!

Episode 12
The crew get together to tell ghost stories, but only wussy boy Aki is actually scared of any of them. Still, very conviently they just happen to be in the area of the seas where a famous ship was apparently sank by a vengeful god…

Of course, this leads to all sorts of freaky things happening, and even the Loli is picking up wierd vibes – poor Gram even gets locked in the freezer!

It turns out theres a rather more pedestrian cause than ghosts – its all the computers fault. They’ve been cutting back on the maintainance costs a little too much. Still, when the computer claims to pick up a ship thats too big to even fit in the area its supposed to, nice guy Gram goes out to investigate anyway, and sees the real Ghost Ship…

Maybe ^^;

Huzzah! Its the return of the Spazz! Yup, this episode is entirely stupid, and its all the more entertaining for it. Sure, nothing of any remote importance happens, but at least its not tedious with it.

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Eureka Seven DVD 1

Posted by DiGiKerot in Old Episodic Stuff at May 5, 2006 on 10:17 pm

Renton Thurston, at the ripe old age of 14, is kind of bored with life.He lives in a small town in the middle of nowhere, where nothing of interest really happens and the only prospects in life are to either join the military or take over his Grandfathers garage. Renton yearns for escape, but doesn’t particularly strive for it. He fills his days trying to ‘lift’ on his Ref Board – that is, surfing on the invisible trapars now infesting he worlds atmosphere (and which Rentons father apparently saved the world from), idolising his hero Holland, an infamous boarder who leads the rebel group Gekkostate

Leave It To Piyoko! 5-8

Posted by DiGiKerot in Old Episodic Stuff at April 29, 2006 on 11:12 pm

The Black Gema Gema Gang continue their spastic adventures on Earth in another four episodes. As was mentioned in regards to the previous episodes, DiGiCharat really, really doesn’t work with an episode length more than the five minute episodes of the original series, as what could have been a funny joke just ends up being overstretched to the point that it isn’t funny anymore.

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