Joseph Riggs (email@example.com)
Wed, 09 Aug 2000 20:53:12 -0700
> Roland Thigpen wrote:
> > On Wed, 09 Aug 2000 18:25:08 -0500 Leslie_R <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > >Joseph Riggs wrote:
> > >>
> > >> As far as other shows go, I think one of the times I felt the worst was
> > >> probably the end of episode three of Martian Successor Nadesico. When I saw
> > >> the end of that episode, I just sat there stunned for a few seconds, and then I
> > >> felt really, really, down.
> > >>
> > >> junior
> > >>
> > >me to.. a frind of mine had kinda spoiled it for me that something like
> > >that would happen.. but i was totaly unprepared for how.. anti-climatic
> > >it was
> > >
> > >-Les
> > Frankly, I was expecting it. Don't know why....maybe seen that kind of thing in too many other animes?
> > Roland
> i know but i was told flat-out that it would in fact happen, and i was
> given the general tone of the series up til that point and the character
> in question for it to happen in a more spectacular and perhaps heroic
> fashion.. when it finally came and wnet though it wasn't even with a
> whimper.. and THAT's what left me sitting there stunned in silence..
I was in a similar situation. I actually saw episodes 4-6 before I saw 1-3, so I knew roughly what was
going to happen. That's not what stunned me. It was HOW it happened that caught me, and I suspect, most
other viewers, off guard (just as a note, I was skimming through one person's Nadesico site, and the author
mentioned that the first time they saw episode three, they decided they would never watch another episode
because it shook them up so badly. Obviously, they later changed their mind, but still...).
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