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    Yeah, but I'm the 4k reposter.. :roll:


    Yeah, a lot of the "live action" anime's movies are.. different.. I did like Death Note LA's. It was good to watch..
     
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    The actor for L was pretty good, but the actor for Light is totally suck.
     
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    I think, they should of grabbed a American actor instead of Japanese for Light's role.. Only because it would of worked with the dub, or how he looked via anime..
     
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    I don't think you know Bi Rain, but i think he would suit Light...
     
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    I do know Bi Rain and think he would suit Light very well.. I've seen a few movies due to hearing about him trying to get into american movies a few years back.
     
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    For some reason, I suddenly remember Gun Grave... Gonna watch it again.
     
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    Great Anime. It jumped around a bit more then I wish, but it did bring it all to a good end. IMHO.

    I kept on seeing bits and pieces so it took a while to know whats what till I could grab a dl of it.


    He, Grave, makes me think of Wolfwood from Trigun. God, I loved that anime.. lol
     
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    Heh, love Trigun. Gun Grave not quite as much.

    Just finished watching Le Portrait De Petite Cossette from this thread's suggestions. Anyone can point me to more anime like that?
     
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    The soultaker from the same creator...
     
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    I think I watched Soultaker all the way up to the last dvd.. I think Desert Punk just came out and I stopped wanting to finish..

    It was a good anime.
     
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    I finally finished Kenshin that I did... (havent seen the ovas yet) It was funny because a long time ago I saw ep 1-75 but eng dub and grew to enjoy their voices.

    I saw 76-95 but in Japanese with eng subs and It was hard for me to like Kenshin voiced by a girl. It still was a fun anime to watch.
     
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    I got the same shock after years watching dragon ball dubbed and now in original...
     
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    Trust and Betrayal :rockout:

    I think you should watch that first.

    I'm with Dj.. Dragonball was strange after seeing it dubbed for so long. Oh, so long ago.
     
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    Cossette was very good, have you seen Elfin Lied? And Dance In The Vampire Bund?
     
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    Yeah love Elfen, own the boxset. Watching Vampire Bund as well :toast:

    Tell me about it. I watched as a kid dubbed in spanish and when I saw Kai in japanese it was a shock. Such a weird voice in Kai though, hard to get used to.
     
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    The DB dub's were really good, that why the anime reached a broad audience from kids to middle aged man, it was a fever...
     
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    How about Hell Girl (prequel) or Jigoku Shoujo Futakomori?
     
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    Just finished Mnemosyne. Liked it a lot. A little heavy on the fan service, but it didn't detract from a well thought out story. I put it on the recommended list.
     
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    Cool, more stuff to watch! :respect:
     
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    Futakomori was great, the last few episodes were like hell really came to the Earth with everyone going crazy...

    There's also a 3rd season Mitsuganae, it was quite good as well...
     
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    Trigun
    Bleach
    Deathnote

    I'm hooked
     
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    Regexorcist, I'll add ya in a bit to the op.

    I'm almost up to date with FMA Brotherhood.. Man... The twists their at on Episode 38... :roll:
     
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    Wait until things start getting serious a couple episodes ahead...
     
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    I just finished the OVAs of Kenshin. Samurai X: Reflection was to me much better (a lot more adult oriented)

    I wish there was more like that.(that was a sad ending I loved)

    Tonight I am gonna start Kuroshitsuji
     
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    Yeah, I have watched 39 & 40.. tonight I'll watch the last 2 they have out


    MK.. yeah, reflections was good.. but I loved the back story of Trust and Betrayal better.
     

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