Federico Makabenta (email@example.com)
Mon, 21 Feb 2000 13:13:14 +0800
From: mirai y <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I agree. It's the Japanese confusion of L's and R's. In the show, the
> pronounciation is closest to Loran...
Question: When is it considered an official English style spelling of the
I'm still confused as to the whole Camille/Kamiru Vidan thing.
> BTW, I finally got to watch the first 8 episodes of Turn A. The character
> design and the animation took some getting used to, but I rather like it.
> (I could NEVER get used to the opening theme, however. It's really bad.)
> Anyone else with any opinions on the show?
*Turn A Gundam, Turn A Gundam*
The Opening theme is so cheesy. It ranks up there with some of the Gundam
0079: OYW songs. :)
Yup, the animation takes a while getting used to. I felt I was watching a
Nippon Animation series at times (especially in episode 8) - and I was
practically itching for the Turn A to go into action more. The Turn A looks
better animated and in movement than it does on static shots. I wonder why
Bandai never advertises the Turn A in full motion? I think a lot of subtlety
in Syd Mead's design is lost if you don't show it in motion.
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