WooJin Lee (leew5@earthlink.net)
Mon, 14 Jun 1999 18:30:45 -0400


Welcome aboard!
We delve into Macross topics sometimes but not too often
one note. DO NOT go into sujects like 'Macross vs Gundam' it
becomes...unpleasant ^^

No UC era TV series? too bad...the best Gundam Stuff were the TV. Go Check
out
Zeta Gundam, and Victory Gundam is a good Watch as well. The Original TV
series is good but dated....and If you're upto it, try to stomach Gundam
ZZ...if you think you can't habndle ZZ, go watch a few episodes of Gundam X.
After X, ANYTHING is a classic ^^
----- Original Message -----
From: Neil Baumgardner <nbaumgardner@phillips.com>
To: Gundam <gundam@aeug.org>
Sent: Monday, June 14, 1999 6:00 PM
Subject: [gundam] Hello

> Okay, I've straightened out my filters and subscribed now, so I guess
> I'll introduce myself.
>
> I started out in anime like many, with Robotech. Still a big Robotech
> fan actually <ducking>, but obviously much more is happening nowadays
> with Gundam. I first got into Gundam back in '97 or so, when a friend
> lent me a copy of his 0083 subs. I've steadily expanded my collection
> since, but 0083 is still my definite favorite. Great animation, great
> designs (hmm, Kawamori does Macross and 0083, maybe there's some linkage
> here?) and pretty good story <ducking again>. After 0083 I like 08th MS
> Team, 0080 and probably then CCA and F91. As you can see I'm pretty much
> a UC fan, not really into W or X, tho W does have good music.
>
> Since I'm a tech head, I've printed out reams of MS tech specs. I'm
> currently working on a 0084 Mekton campaign using a lot of Benjamin
> Wright's rules as a basis (whatever happened to his Kidou Senshi Gundam
> page anyway?). I've gotten pretty far, with stats for most the
> mass-produced designs and a few of the prototypes relevent to the
> campaign. Unfortunately right now its all hand-written on paper until I
> decide what format I want to post them on my web page. At any rate, I'll
> probably contribute to the tech discussions and a little to the plot
> ones.
>
> Thanks all,
>
> Neil Baumgardner
>
> (BTW, check out my web page, its got some 8th MS Team scans in it
> http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/Towers/4625 )
>
>
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