History Anime / NadiaTheSecretofBlueWater

6th Feb '16 12:49:03 PM philipnova798
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* Several other scenes also fall into this, though usually for [[AnimationBump the opposite reason]].
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* ** Several other scenes also fall into this, though usually for [[AnimationBump the opposite reason]].
6th Feb '16 12:48:36 PM philipnova798
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* OffModel: The highly infamous Island arc that came out of nowhere towards the end of the series was full of this[[note]]compounded by neither of [[Creator/StudioGainax the]] [[Creator/GroupTAC three main]] [[Creator/SeiYoung studios]] being involved with this arc[[/note]]. That everyone has since [[CanonDiscontinuity declared it non-canon]]. * Several other scenes also fall into this, though usually for [[AnimationBump the opposite reason]].
6th Feb '16 12:40:07 PM philipnova798
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This series, jointly produced by Creator/StudioGainax and Creator/GroupTAC, originally aired starting in 1990 on Creator/{{NHK}} Japanese public broadcasting (their equivalent of Creator/{{BBC}}). Carl Macek's Creator/StreamlinePictures released a VHS of the first eight episodes. Years later, [[Creator/ADVFilms ADV]] translated, dubbed, and released the entire 39-episode TV series (as well as the maligned, mostly forgotten movie sequel) on DVD. A series of humorous bonus featurettes were also released in [=LaserDisc=] as ''Anime/NadiasOmakeTheater'' during the original broadcast of the anime in Japan.
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This series, jointly produced by Creator/StudioGainax Creator/StudioGainax, Creator/GroupTAC and Creator/GroupTAC, [[UsefulNotes/SouthKorea South Korean]] studio Creator/SeiYoung, originally aired starting in 1990 on Creator/{{NHK}} Japanese public broadcasting (their equivalent of Creator/{{BBC}}). Carl Macek's Creator/StreamlinePictures released a VHS of the first eight episodes. Years later, [[Creator/ADVFilms ADV]] translated, dubbed, and released the entire 39-episode TV series (as well as the maligned, mostly forgotten movie sequel) on DVD. A series of humorous bonus featurettes were also released in [=LaserDisc=] as ''Anime/NadiasOmakeTheater'' during the original broadcast of the anime in Japan.
6th Feb '16 7:07:07 AM Beiahnu
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*** [[spoiler: Electra]] looks decidedly like a full on Eva pilot, sporting a much shorter, more modern Haircut and wearing a white futuristic looking catsuit that could be right out of ''Evangelion'', [[spoiler: when Nemo and the crew show up again to save Jean and company in Tartessos with the new Nautilus.]]
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*** [[spoiler: Electra]] looks decidedly like a full on Eva pilot, sporting a much shorter, more modern Haircut and wearing a white futuristic looking catsuit that could be right out of ''Evangelion'', [[spoiler: when Nemo and the crew show up again to save Jean and company in Tartessos with the new Nautilus.]]]] She is also reminiscent of Dr. Ritsuko Akagi when she cuts her hair.
27th Jan '16 10:24:21 PM Prfnoff
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This series, jointly produced by Creator/StudioGainax and Creator/TACGroup, originally aired starting in 1990 on Creator/{{NHK}} Japanese public broadcasting (their equivalent of Creator/{{BBC}}). Carl Macek's Creator/StreamlinePictures released a VHS of the first eight episodes. Years later, [[Creator/ADVFilms ADV]] translated, dubbed, and released the entire 39-episode TV series (as well as the maligned, mostly forgotten movie sequel) on DVD. A series of humorous bonus featurettes were also released in [=LaserDisc=] as ''Anime/NadiasOmakeTheater'' during the original broadcast of the anime in Japan.
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This series, jointly produced by Creator/StudioGainax and Creator/TACGroup, Creator/GroupTAC, originally aired starting in 1990 on Creator/{{NHK}} Japanese public broadcasting (their equivalent of Creator/{{BBC}}). Carl Macek's Creator/StreamlinePictures released a VHS of the first eight episodes. Years later, [[Creator/ADVFilms ADV]] translated, dubbed, and released the entire 39-episode TV series (as well as the maligned, mostly forgotten movie sequel) on DVD. A series of humorous bonus featurettes were also released in [=LaserDisc=] as ''Anime/NadiasOmakeTheater'' during the original broadcast of the anime in Japan.
27th Jan '16 10:24:03 PM Prfnoff
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This series originally aired starting in 1990 on NHK Japanese public broadcasting (their equivalent of Creator/{{BBC}}). Carl Macek's Creator/StreamlinePictures released a VHS of the first eight episodes. Years later, [[Creator/ADVFilms ADV]] translated, dubbed, and released the entire 39-episode TV series (as well as the maligned, mostly forgotten movie sequel) on DVD. A series of humorous bonus featurettes were also released in [=LaserDisc=] as ''Anime/NadiasOmakeTheater'' during the original broadcast of the anime in Japan.
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This series series, jointly produced by Creator/StudioGainax and Creator/TACGroup, originally aired starting in 1990 on NHK Creator/{{NHK}} Japanese public broadcasting (their equivalent of Creator/{{BBC}}). Carl Macek's Creator/StreamlinePictures released a VHS of the first eight episodes. Years later, [[Creator/ADVFilms ADV]] translated, dubbed, and released the entire 39-episode TV series (as well as the maligned, mostly forgotten movie sequel) on DVD. A series of humorous bonus featurettes were also released in [=LaserDisc=] as ''Anime/NadiasOmakeTheater'' during the original broadcast of the anime in Japan.
17th Jan '16 10:51:30 AM Beiahnu
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* YouAreWhatYouHate: [[spoiler: the [[BigBad Big Bad]] Atlantean-supremacist Gargoyle]] didn't know [[spoiler: he was a human that was adopted by Atlanteans]].
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* YouAreWhatYouHate: YouAreWhatYouHate: ** [[spoiler: the [[BigBad Big Bad]] Atlantean-supremacist Gargoyle]] didn't know [[spoiler: he was a human that was adopted by Atlanteans]].Atlanteans]]. ** Nadia is a staunch pacifist and hates the prospect of watching anyone being killed; [[spoiler:turns out that she's the ultimate warbringer and a living, walking weapon of mass destruction... little wonder she tries to kill herself once she finds out]].
17th Jan '16 10:36:03 AM Beiahnu
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*** While it's shown that the Nautilus is vastly superior than Gargoyle's entire fleet, it doesn't have a reliable way of finding said shipyards; the only way they've found a Neo Atlantis base of operations was due to the fact that they shot a gigantic laser cannon out of the island of Mahar. The point becomes even less significant when Gargoyle's fleet goes airborne. That being said, most of the Nautilus' intention is to give combat as much as possible with whatever little they have available. ** Gargoyle shoots the Tower of Babel by aiming at targets with two giant satellites that reflect the beam; for some reason, these satellites have never been observed by humanity or any astronomer that knows how to point a telescope upwards.
7th Jan '16 1:11:18 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: To ''Franchise/IndianaJones'', ''Film/{{Gamera}}'', ''{{Tarzan}}'', ''UchuuSenkanYamato'', ''TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'' and [[Anime/GunBuster others]].
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* ShoutOut: To ''Franchise/IndianaJones'', ''Film/{{Gamera}}'', ''{{Tarzan}}'', ''UchuuSenkanYamato'', ''Anime/UchuuSenkanYamato'', ''TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'' and [[Anime/GunBuster others]].
5th Dec '15 9:05:05 PM JTurner82
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** The spin-off Japanese-only UsefulNotes/MegaDrive game by Namco (which is a loose retelling of the show) handles this much better. There, it's treated as a genuine turning point in Jean and Nadia's friendship and there are no mushrooms involved. (Nadia also admits her love for Jean, which is something that never really happens in the show.)
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** The spin-off Japanese-only UsefulNotes/MegaDrive game by Namco (which is a loose retelling of the show) handles this much better. There, it's treated as a genuine turning point in Jean and Nadia's friendship and there are no mushrooms involved. (Nadia also admits her love for Jean, which is something that never really happens in the show.)) The PS2 spin-off game also handles this scene as a natural progression.

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** The spin-off Japanese-only UsefulNotes/MegaDrive game by Namco (which is a loose retelling of *** '''Even the show) handles spinoff video games and merchandise books don't reference this much better. There, it's treated as a genuine turning point in Jean and Nadia's friendship and there are no mushrooms involved. (Nadia also admits her love for Jean, which is something that never really happens in the show.)Africa adventure.'''
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