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     Dragon Ball and anime in general | [q]2012-09-24 06:36
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#1 | [q]2012-09-24 14:43
Only Songoku can use SSJ4, Vegito have SSJ3 ^^
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#2 | [q]2012-09-24 16:55
Songoku is japanese. And Vegeta and Gogeta can be SSJ4 as well. If Vegito would have ever returned later, which the JJ2 Vegito does all the time, he would be able to become it as well. emo
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#3 | [q]2012-09-24 17:46
cute goku pre ssj1 >>> all!!!

he was all small and chubby and pwning every1emo
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#4 | [q]2012-09-24 18:40
but without goku , Vegito cant use SSJ4 emo
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#5 | [q]2012-09-24 19:06
Ofc not, without Goku there is no Vegito.
Vegito however can become SSJ4 without Goku.
And yes Urbs, first DB pwnd, but they never broadcasted it here, only DBZ and DBGT. I started watching DB online and it pwnd, I watched all episodes.
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#6 | [q]2012-09-24 22:12
ya most people know dbz and dbgt.

if you liked those two i really recommend watching the original Dragonball series. Not saying the other two are bad, but the vibe of DB is nice as well, definitely worth watching!
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#7 | [q]2012-09-24 22:23
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#8 | [q]2012-09-25 06:26
'I started watching DB online and it pwnd, I watched all episodes.'
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#9 | [q]2012-09-25 10:03
Oh ya, my comment was for the general audience MS, not for you, I saw that you've seen DB, sry if I wasn't clear emo
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#10 | [q]2012-09-25 12:53
I watched it when I was a kid... forgot most of the stuff emo


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#11 | [q]2012-09-25 13:48
Well if you like anime series there's a couple of good ones I've seen in the past few years:

Cowboy Bebop - probably not to everyone's liking, it's got a dark side to it. Not sure how to put it, but it's like a spaghetti western, a big emphasis is on the music (which isn't there just for the background, it really fits the scenes), and there is a lot of symbolism at play. It's not light material, I don't recommend this one for nubletsemo
length: 25 episodes of 20 or so min +-

Death Note - a very original series, that is definitely worth seeing. Imagine having the power to kill people at a distance just by knowing their name and their face. How would you go aboutt catching such a killer? A very tense battle between a brilliant young detective and a young righteous boy who was given this power to kill. Thrilling story. Also sad at times. Nublets are also welcome.

length 30+ episodes of 20+min
Interesting fact: RiCCardo is a big fan of this show, you can even see him holding up a Death Note in one of his photos on j2o.

Fullmetal Alchemist - The most popular anime in japan in the last decade or so. There are TWO VERSIONS of this one. And this is a good thing because the stories are very different (except for the first couple of episodes) so you get 2 good series. It's very nub friendly, but it should be a big treat for everybody who likes a good story . It's set in let's call it 19th or early 20th century setting, but not on our planet (it's just very similar, you have trains, houses and cities that mirror those of 19th century Europe). Except that in this reality they dont have science, they have alchemy. Two brothers are the main heroes in both versions of the show. You sort of fall in love with the characters and the story doesn't get boring. Like I said there are 2 versions of this one and after you've seen one, you'll want to see the other and the good part is things wont repeat themselves.

original series has 50+ episodes. they're 20+ min long
the new series (forgot the name, it's Fullmetal Alchemist and somehing... google it) 45 episodes of the same length



However, for the highest quality of Japanese anime production you should see the works of Ghibli Studio (Princess Mononoke comes to mind, Nausika, City of Lapua etc). These are all great works that would appeal even to those who hate anime because all they've seen was DBZ, Naruto and some insanely bad crap that came out lately (uhm the thing with the cards for example, forgot the name) - you know the typical animes with the BIG eyes, almost no movement and weird haircuts.

Guys from Ghibli Studios (Hayao Miyazaki, the founder) are incredibly popular amongst Pixar employees, and you just know that the guys at Pixar know quality when they see it.
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#12 | [q]2012-09-25 15:09
Oh yes, Hayao Miyazaki's anime always has awesome atmosphere and nice fairytale story.
"Howl's Moving Castle" and ”Spirited Away" are my favorite anime from childhood...
"Kiki's Delivery Service" is good and peaceful too, liked it much.

All in all, anime of Miyazaki-sama can't to be hated so easily.

Oh by the way, Fullmetal Alchemist is awesome too, but I happened to see only 3-4 series.
Naruto was too classic to watch so I've abandoned to watch after 4-5 series
Also, I wanna take a week and watch "One Piece", but not all of course...
400-550 series is too suicidal to watch emo
(sorry for a bit offtopic, consider that's the topic is about "Dragon Ball" not whole anime, right? xd )


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#13 | [q]2012-09-25 15:10
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#14 | [q]2012-09-25 16:53
Dragon ball was important part of my childhood. When DB was broadcasting all kids from my neighborhood went home and watched it. I watched all episodes couple of times. Goku ftw emo
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#15 | [q]2012-09-26 02:57
I watched the first broadcast of DBZ in my area and did not follow it afterward. I watched episodes of different DB series sometimes with friends and now that DBZ Kai was released I have seen a lot more of it. A lot of my neighbors grew up drawing pictures of DBZ characters during school.

In anime, I watched Princess Mononoke because it was recommended to me, and Cowboy Bebop because I heard randomly someone playing saxophone on the show and was addicted. I also used to watch Pokemon and Yugioh when I was playing card or Gameboy games during uneventful summers.

American cartoons are more my thing; I do not understand the basis for distinguishing between cartoons and anime. So when I was young I was watching Scooby Doo, Powerpuff Girls, Dexter's Lab, etc. instead of Japanese translated shows. Currently I watch Adventure Time, the Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, Amazing World of Gumball, Regular Show, South Park.

Here is a video that I watched before Adventure Time became a series:
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xq8yq4_s00e00-adventure-time-the-original-pilot_shortfilms
I thought it was the funniest thing on the Internet ever; anyway, sorry for being so off-topic.
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#16 | [q]2012-09-26 08:59
Hmm... In the last few years I saw more than 50 anime series, both old classics and new series as they aired in japan. Let me try to reccommend some that western viewers can enjoy.

Fullmetal Alchemist and Deathnote - See Urbs' post.

Well, first of all something that is really underrated and not know in the west is Dennou Coil. It's a science fiction anime about augmented reality, but the technology featured could be here in a few years and shouldn't make the series to dense or hard to watch.
LowQ for nub connections: http://www.nyaa.eu/?page=torrentinfo&tid=206209
Full HD for videophiles: http://www.nyaa.eu/?page=torrentinfo&tid=269944

Gintama is a great parody anime. It's almost 10/10, the only cons being the slow startup and (for western viewers) the many references to Japanese stories that you will not get.
Slow connection (download it yourself in parts): http://www.nyaa.eu/?page=search&cats=1_37&term=gintama&sort=2
Good quality for ppl with too large harddisks: http://www.nyaa.eu/?page=torrentinfo&tid=314235&showfiles=1

5 centimeters per second is a studio Ghibli-like movie you should watch.
lowQ: http://www.nyaa.eu/?page=torrentinfo&tid=18693&showfiles=1
HD: http://www.nyaa.eu/?page=torrentinfo&tid=332683

Gotta go now, class starts soon emo


Nostalgia warning, well, at least if you're one of those ppl...
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#17 | [q]2012-09-26 15:38
Also Sword Art Online.


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#18 | [q]2012-10-08 19:08
As far as I know, DragonBall GT is still aired in Poland. DragonBall Z in France and Denmark.


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#19 | [q]2012-10-08 19:28
ShakerNL wrote:
DragonBall Z in France and Denmark.


It's also aired in Serbia (again).


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#20 | [q]2012-10-08 22:57
gg...imo - it's also possible to be aired in Ukraine i think, but never in Russia emo


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