-V- (vsze@wwdg.com)
Mon, 12 Jun 2000 14:13:26 -0700

I have been surfing around on the english webpages and basically I find that
most people here do not like ZZ. However, on a few pages, they say things
along the lines of "it dissappointed most fans" etc... But the thing is, I
remember when my friends and I were watching it (we were only 7 or 8 years
old back then mind you!) we loved the show more than any cartoon that ever
came out. Seriously, it was THE BEST GUNDAM SHOW if you were born in the
early 80's and watching it at that time. I can understand how alot of
people who watch it after they get into Gundam during their teens and 20's
(or later) don't like it. But I just remember that I thought Judoo was
really cool when I was 8. The characters were meant to be a little more
"child like" mainly cuz that was the point of the story. They didn't screw
up Bright Noah or any of the other characters, they just gave another
perspective on them. Not to mention, the MS were really cool too... the
toys (not plamodel) were superior than any other series in detail and scale.
Then again, I also liked F91 alot too (sheesh, i wasn't really even a "teen"
yet when I watched that hahahahha). Even though there are alot of adults
watching anime, in the end, it is still best viewed and most appreciated
when young (^.^)


----- Original Message -----
From: "Brett Jensen" <heero@earthlink.net>
To: <gundam@aeug.org>
Sent: Sunday, June 11, 2000 11:47 PM
Subject: Re: [gundam] After War Gundam X

> -V- wrote:
> > this was the first thing that turned me off. the animation was quite
> > imho. Wing was so much more fluid in terms of just plain motion and
> > background. when i first saw the background to X, it was like those
> > cheaply made ones. the first thing that came into mind was "how come
> > main characters look so different than the supporting characters". and
> > come the captain looked like quattro bajina with brown hair?!
> Yeah, like a cross between Quattro and Cobra. yet he was really kind of
> compared to Quattro or even Bright. (not in ZZ ^_^)
> ---Brett Jensen
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