Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Mobile Suit Gundam Seed - No Retreat |
Actors: Ted Cole, Brian Dobson, Adam Henderson, Fred Henderson, Jocelyne Loewen
Director: Mitsuo Fukuda
Genres: Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Studio: Infinity Resources Inc Release Date: 10/12/2004 Run time: 125 minutes Rating: 13up
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Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Vol. 3
Adaptation | TX USA | 09/25/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD includes what are called "Plot Formation and Enhancment" Episodes. They really don't add too much to the story, but usually during theese kinds of episodes, They kill off a (or a few) characters and add some new ones. For theese 5 episodes, the conflict between Kira Yamato (The hero) and Athrun Zala (Not quite the villan but the antaganist) comes close to a semi-climax. Some of the most memorable moments are included. The episodes included are:
Phase 11: The Awakening Sword
Phase 12: Frey's Choice
Phase 13: The Star Falling Through The Sky
Phase 14: Inside Eternity
Phase 15: Each Alone
Again, I reccomend this DVD for ANYONE who loves Sci-Fi, Anime, or Giant Robot Flicks."
No Retreat- It draws you in!
Yay for Music! | 05/10/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A good story, as many people know has a few typical aspects that make it good. One, it draws the audience in. Two, it has a good plot. Three, it leaves you thinking. This series does all three, it draws you in, then suspends you and afterwards you say "Wow, that was cool." Gundam Seed may sound stupid, but it is excellent. Gundam Seed is about the struggle between enemies and friends, between Earth and Space and the beliefs that clash. This is the series to watch if you want excitement!"
Gundam at it's best (Not to sound stupid but it's true)
007manslayer | Texas, ARL USA | 03/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Gundam SEED has always been my favorite anime series, my favorite sci fi series. Lets just put it this way, Gundam SEED is my favorite TV series. While it's music is not translated in English it just sounds so good. Better then most foreign music I have heard, but that is just my opinion. It has the perfect action in it. It's not the only the action that made it good. It's the storyline. It is filled with action, suspense, drama, and a bit of romance in it. I think if I explain it a little more you might be convinced to give it a try. The whole series is about a coordinator named Kira Yamato who is caught in the middle of the war between naturals and Coordinators and at quite a lot of the series is forced to fight his own kind. If your wondering what Coordinators are, you might want to find out by watching. It explains a lot about these people in episode 14 and 45. Episode 45 is really creepy just warning you. Sorry, just get scared easily. I have that feeling were someone or something is just lurking behind you waiting to turn your head so you can scream. Pretty stupid, yeah? I knew it. Anyways it is a heck of a lot better then dot.Hack which you should never end your night with. Gives me goosbumps. Sorry! I know I get scared easily but it's true!!! Anyways, back to the MAIN part of the review. You have to get these Dvd's. It is way too late to start watching them on cartoon Network. It already is at episode 48 out of 50! Trust me, these are good. Speaking of that, who the heck said that Atrhun and Lacus were ugly? I just feel like grabbing that person by the head and bashing it right through a brick wall. Trust me, this is great for a collection of anime stuff. It fits well in my collection, but that's because i've got tons of stuff, loads of Gundam action figures and model kits, Rurouni Kenshin comic books and DvD's, Stuff from One Peice, and Those Kurama and Hieh action figures look so good in my room by my basketball trophies. Well thats all I have to say right now. See Ya! ^^!!!"