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The Big O II – Acts 21 to 26

Tue, 01 Feb 2005 05:07:29 +0000

My excuse for the lousiness of this entry is my inability to process the events it concerns. Also, after a while, I just want to kick writing out of my computer so I can do something good. For years, I have watched “difficult” anime – serial experiments lain, Evangelion, FLCL – and understood them, or […]

The Big O II – Acts 14 to 20

Wed, 12 Jan 2005 02:49:26 +0000

Acts 14 to 20, you say? The Big O II continues the numbering from the first series, because what The Big O is a 26 episode program that just so happened to take a three year break in production. The Big O II was made due to American fan demand, co-produced by Cartoon Network. This […]

The Big O – Episodes 7 to 13

Mon, 01 Nov 2004 06:48:46 +0000

Amongst the many anime that I have watched this year, The Big O turned out to be one of the most compelling, if not the most compulsive. It brags what is possibly the best/most infuriating ending ever, and it would be unforgivable were it not for the sequel funded by Cartoon Network. The second half […]

The Big O – Episodes 1 to 6

Mon, 25 Oct 2004 03:41:51 +0000

In the grand tradition of men calling on giant robots via radio watches, The Big O hit the screen in 1999. Perhaps too true to this grand tradition, the robots are as ugly as sin. However, they are furnished by short, effective noirish stories and surprisingly wry humour. Forty years ago, the people of Paradigm […]