Paul Fields (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 10 Mar 2000 13:45:58 -0500
> ******* died to save a few people. I admit, that is a noble cause, but she
and maybe her husband (fiance? Can't remember) were about the only
characters in the original series I gave a damn about (maybe Char as well,
but that is iffy). Otherwise, out of the 9 or so Gundam series/movies I've
seen or read anything on, the only characters I could bring myself to care
for were Shiro and Aina, Camille and Four and Fa Yuri, Garoud and Tifa.
Funny I liked Bright Noah most of all the Gundam characters
I've ever seen, and I like him even more in the English dub of
the Gundam movies, because he's got this Australian accent.
He didn't die for anything, but I always saw Bright standing up
for everything that was important in the series, and that stuck
with me I guess... but he never should have drank the coffee!
> Otherwise, I could care less. At least in Evangelion, I found myself
actually caring deeply for most of the important characters, and found that
they had actual personalities, ones that I could identify with. In alot of
Gundam series, the characters just seem so wooden and stereotypical of other
Haven't seen Evangelion all the way through, wife couldn't
stand most of it, and I would watch it some weekend when
she's away, but I don't think the necessary psycho-Therapy
would be covered by my company's insurance.
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