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This week, Som and Nick have some shows for you. To start it off, we'll talk about a prototypical highschool fight anime drowning in flashbacks. Should you watch it? Find out! Following that we delve into a long discussion on the merits of a very atmospheric movie covering the search for religion...maybe.
Episode OP/ED: [Gurren Lagann] Sorairo Days (English) by Sapphire
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Every time when you tell someone that you watch anime, you get the reaction, what really? You watch anime? Anime of all things? It’s like they do not expect you to watch anime or you’re doing something bad for watching anime. Is it really wrong to watch? That’s the question I came to every time when someone reacts that way.
After all, anime is the same way as novels. Some of the shows even go as far to show history of mankind. And from what I have seen, there are many advices we can take from anime alone. Here is a list of what I learned from anime.
One of the main shows that boosted my confidence was Hajime no Ippo. Without spoiling the story too much, it was about a teenage boy that was getting bullied. And then later on he learned boxing, and started boxing. He didn’t know he had such talent.
Fullmetal Alchemist was the original FMA anime, launched around the same time the manga was in it's first stages.The author of the manga, Hiromu Arakawa, thought her manga was not far enough into development to make a solid anime. Therefore, the cast working on the show, basically, developed their own show based on the same general plot. Fullmetal Alchemist brotherhood then came along when Arakawa believed the manga was developed enough to produce a good story-line.
Differences in Plot: