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HankTankJul 9, Here's where I come in! Lemme get mah MP Not sure if you mean "new" as in or "new" as in ones you've never heard before. That's sure to keep you busy for a bit! KisothwulfJul 9, Gendou is a good place to find latest music from anime. I recommend some of T. Revolution's newer things. A 'General OST Discussion' thread would actually be great to have in my opinion, SHONEN HEART ~EUREKA OPENING MIX~ - Various - Eureka Seven Original Soundtrack 1 (CD), but this seems to be going in a slightly different direction sadly.
I am very fond of Hellsing's OSTs myself. Here is the opening if you want to get a feel for the soundtrack. If you like it, here is the theme of one of the main characters, Alucard.
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Characters Episodes AO. Links to related articles. Works of Bones. Frog Upotte!! Works of Kinema Citrus. Higepiyo — Tokyo Magnitude 8. Get Live! Dub '00 Superfriends. Tenchi Universe. G Gundam G. Cyborg Dai-Guard Gigantor. GXP Naruto uncut. I know this part of the hero-development is essential, but freaking ten to fifteen episodes for such a obvious step is hard to swallow. Anyway, I gave up that time and only after a couple years I've started to watch it again.
When I reached that same part again I skiped a few episodes and endure some others up to the end. By that time I didn't know if it was worth to endure such childish part of the show, but I had great fun while watching the first half, so I can't blame the whole show I think. Rating: 5. Approval: Anyone who hangs around an anime forum frequently enough will eventually see the two types of people within the fandom: Type A, the folks who care more about the flow of the narrative, and Type B, the people who prefer an attachment to the cast.
They are far from being mutually exclusive to each other, but I definitely consider myself more of the latter. Thus, I was actually quite looking forward to watching Eureka Seven, which I've heard has a splendid ensemble.
But there are times, rare that it might be, that the SHONEN HEART ~EUREKA OPENING MIX~ - Various - Eureka Seven Original Soundtrack 1 (CD) hampers my value on a work.
And the worst part is, it turns the show's biggest strength into a double-edged sword. But first, let's talk about how this world is brought to life.
Its artistic detail isn't anything spectacular, yet doesn't hit any awkward spots either. The character models stay consistent, and surprisingly, so do the various ships and mecha, even during the midst of combat. So while the fight choreography isn't anything special most of the time, it's compensated by Bones' persistence. If nothing else, they once again prove their talent for quality animation.
The audio side of Eureka Seven isn't too bad either, but some of the tracks are rather misplaced. BGMs that would have been better suited for the beginning of the series are present towards the end, while some of the music gets overused as others are hardly utilized. For the most part though they complement their respective scenes quite well, and OP tune lovers are in for a treat, as the four opening numbers of this series are quite distinct from each other.
Pick and SHONEN HEART ~EUREKA OPENING MIX~ - Various - Eureka Seven Original Soundtrack 1 (CD) a lyrical favorite, basically. And now for what should have been the best part of the show, the characters. There are loads and loads of them, but don't worry if only a few of them are worth caring about; they're probably the only ones relevant to the story anyway, or were actually explored at all.
They're very much flawed to the point where facepalming toward some of their actions is expected, but it's precisely because of their imperfections that they're so interesting to watch. How they eventually change is slow and punishing, much like learning how to surf or in this case, Liftbut it's all good because they're what makes the show what it is. Everyone else, though, starts out with some promise then degrades into a plot boomerang at best.
Now as previously stated, the story turned this show's biggest strength into a liability. What would be meant by that? Basically, it's going to have to rely on its characters to make it worth anything. Of course, I am a Type B anime fan, and I did think quite well of what was done for the part of the ensemble they actually bothered with, right?
However, good as those six characters were, it's the way in which they were presented that ruined their impact. Now, thrusting a work into TNA Total Non-stop Angsting isn't bad by itself, but the impact of a heavy scene can be easily lost if the viewer becomes desensitized to the problems of the cast member in question, and there's hardly any "normal" scenes throughout the series.
And therein lies the problem with Eureka Seven: it's so intent on spamming drama that it forgets all too often to take a break with something lighter. Basically, the impact that the dramatic middle half is supposed to have is hampered because there simply isn't enough of a glimpse as to how the cast will behave under "normal" circumstances. After all, can one really understand what sadness is if it were the thing they were predominantly exposed to? Would said person even be aware of their own feelings if almost no other emotions were ever experienced?
Of course, other shows have gotten away with being rather depressing, but usually they either know how to balance the heavier and lighter moments, or had no softer scenes at all since a dark atmosphere was actually their intention, and Eureka Seven hardly bills itself as "dark. There's really nothing wrong with it from a production standpoint, but the imbalance between the angst and fun is sure to turn SHONEN HEART ~EUREKA OPENING MIX~ - Various - Eureka Seven Original Soundtrack 1 (CD) quite a bit of people.
If, however, you do not mind a lack of icebreaking and are in need of an overtly dramatic series, feel free to watch this as you please. I personally never liked it much for very obvious reasons. But I understand why most casuals liked it back in the day. It combined several genres and had top notch animation.
Trying to be many things at once most of the times results to a trainwreck, yet Eureka Sever got away with it by having a bit of everything and not much of something. There is a war, there is a shonen lead, there is a romance, there is a mystery, and they all are all bouncing off each other without feeling detached from the overall feeling of the show. There was a lot of effort in having uniformity, which in turn made the world feel more alive and easier to be immersed.
The downside to all that is a very slow and mostly uneventful plot. There is not much tension regarding what is going on with the coral thingies either. In fact, what everybody was thrilled about the most was waiting for the main two characters to finally kiss each other. Something that took 50 episodes because Renton was a pussy.
And they are all an interesting bunch, excluding the trademark annoying kids on board the ship. Why do they keep having kids on military ships? They are not comic relief, they are not offering a touch of humanity, and they are irritating beyond belief. Anyways, the biggest issue with the show is still the loose plot that even gets completely random towards the end of the series, as expected from any BONES anime.
The conclusion is solid as far as the romance goes but everything else is up in the air, as the coral creatures have some sort of weird reality warping powers. They never explained it properly and the terrible sequel they made many years later further proved they never had any idea of what they were planning to do with them. In conclusion, if you are fine with watching a slow-paced and low-tone action adventure about a shonen lead trying to kiss a girl for 50 episodes, you are going to be pleased with Eureka Seven.
Sound: Fitting music, great sound effects, and for the most part excellent voice acting. Drama: Brilliant at times, forced at others. Plot holes: Too conspicuous to be ignored. The Review What never ceases to amaze me about Eureka 7 is how much I enjoyed it despite all of its evident flaws.
The predominant themes of Eureka 7 are not new concepts by a long shot. Plot holes run rampant, and innumerable ideas are left not fully explained.
These are only some of the minor questions left unanswered. Eureka 7 displays a wide array of characters, most of which are developed to a certain extent. I must state that at first I was charmed by every single character. They were all so varied and original. The relationships between them were so entertaining. As the series progressed however, a few characters and relationships exhibited some major shortcomings… Although he has his heroic moments, Renton is such an overly dramatic crybaby.
The fate of the world rests on the shoulders of a teenager who weeps enough to make my little sister seem as tough as Chuck Norris.
The grand victim of character malfunctioning however is without doubt, the villain, Colonel Dewey Novak. Colonel Dewey Novak, what he becomes, and what he turns out to be is an unexplained, illogical mess. Not to mention some of the greatest symbolism through reference to culture I have ever beheld in an anime.
I would never trade my time spent watching this anime. My eyes were glued to the screen episode after episode. This series is truly hard to define in terms of quality. Clubs directly related clubs. Sci-fi Hub. Mecha HQ. Bones Fanclub. Koshimizu Ami Fanclub. Club Kink. Dementia, mindfuck, and psychological anime fan-club. Romantic Fanclub. Horror Anime Fan-Club. NERV Headquarter. FMA Kingdom. School Romance fanclub. Anime Soundtrack.
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TV Series,22 eps, 5. Protagonist follows girl to a ship that's crewed by a similarly colourful cast of characters and captained by a war veteran who wants to make up for his past mistakes.
TV Series,39 eps, 5. The characters, their personality, even hair colors are the same. Color scheme of the main characters: blue:ayanami rei,eureka white:ikari shinji, renton red:asuka,anemone --spoiler-- both has organic mecha, the father figure behind it all, aliens that blue pratagonist is actually one of them.
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