Federico Makabenta (email@example.com)
Thu, 13 Jan 2000 10:36:06 +0800
Ok... multiple replies here...
Thanks in advance to Roland and Z for help in completing the list...
Replies to Z, Roland and Paul here:
From: -Z- <Z@Gundam.Com>
> How about Acrobunch, AD Police, Baldios, Bismarck, Borgman, Brain Powerd,
> Bubblegum Crisis, Cowboy Bebop, Dancougar, Dangai-Oh, Escaflowne, Gall
> Force, Giant Gorg, Goshogun, Ideon, Nadia, Neoranga, Outlaw Star, Project
> A-Ko, Srungle, Technovoyager (AKA Thunderbirds 2086) and Zeorymer?
> Thanks for the trip down Memory Lane....
I've seen some of these. I haven't seen the other A-Ko stuff (OAVs) apart
from the movies...But I'll include it. Cowboy Bebop and B Crisis aren't
mecha series to me for some reason which I can't point out.
This is too OT now. So I'll stop here on this and discuss this further with
you guys offlist...
From: Roland Thigpen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> If you go by the Japanese definition of mecha, as I understand it, you
should also include any kind of vehicle shows, Like Tank Police, etc. I
generally consider mecha to be just power armor and mobile suits, however.
Me too. I was just gathering people's feedback on this list - and see what
reactions they had. But I really felt that mobile suits and powerarmors are
our definition of mecha.
But I still don't feel that Bubblegum Crisis is a mecha series however...
For some reason, I can't classify it there...
I really think I need to find a fixed definition of a mecha series...
From: Paul Y.C. Leung <email@example.com>
> There's also:
> Victory Gundam
I'm an idiot - I missed V Gundam!!!
But Dangaio might be more of a Giant Robot series - but I did enjoy
Kawamori's design. I dunno, maybe the sheer cheesiness of the series made me
think it was a Giant Robot series (Cross Fight! Cross Fight! - Dangai
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