KurenaiJiku (kurenaijiku@rtsfan.com)
Tue, 17 Oct 2000 21:39:16 -0700


Well he certainly made a terrible move with the mecha...
Ok that's fine that he wanted something different but man do those look
stupid.

>In a message dated Tue, 17 Oct 2000 3:55:58 AM Eastern Daylight Time, "Juan
>Alberto B. Mercado" <juanalberto.m@lycos.com> writes:
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><< I have to agree again. Even if Tomino isn't as idealistic today, if we
>coul dprobably meet him in the 70's, he'd probably take ideal over money.
>Gundam is an example of that. It dared to be different from the other shows
>of its time, and many thought it sucked. But in the end, they understood and
>loved it. That is the true Gundam, an innovator instead of a follower of
>trends.
>In today's situtation however, cash is power. Who knows, maybe Tomino will
>pull something new out of his hat (or maybe not).
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>I don't know about that. I don't hink Tomino ever changed. Tomino still
>seems to prefer art over commercialism. Look at Turn A. You can't say that
>it has been a commercial sales success. But it is supposed to have a great
>story.
>
>Jason
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