History Anime / TengenToppaGurrenLagann

29th May '17 8:57:57 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** [[spoiler:The may be a form of GenreSavvy on Anti-Spiral's part, as despair weakens spiral power, though it is debatable whether he ''needed'' to do this to get rid of them for good, or just wanted to (or both).]]
6th May '17 10:56:15 AM Gouken20xx
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*** Notably, [[BeyondTheImpossible Effectively, Simon's drill SURPASSES the Heavens in it's bore size...]]



** "Who the Hell Do You Think I Am!"

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** "Who the Hell Do You Think I Am!"Am/We Are!"


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** The most notable thing is the size of Simon's drill. It begins with the Core Drill, which is smaller than his hand. By the final episode, The Dai Gurren Brigade is using a drill that is larger than anything in the known universe... INCLUDING the known universe.
23rd Apr '17 12:21:43 PM Generality
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* ExtremeSpeculativeStratification: The Beastmen live in the high-tech city of Teppelin under the rule of the Spiral King, while humans are forced to eke out an existence BeneathTheEarth. The Spiral King maintains this to appease his masters, the Anti-Spiral, [[spoiler: who want to keep humans from advancing because they are a Spiral race, and the awakening of Spiral Power could destroy the universe]].
15th Apr '17 3:42:43 PM eroock
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* GiganticMoon: Justified. In the three-week period when the moon is about to crash into the Earth, the moon is filling more and more of the sky.
4th Apr '17 5:36:55 PM nombretomado
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* LimitedAnimation: The infamous fourth episode, to the point that it looks completely out of place with the rest of the series, and even drew negative criticism from staff members at {{Pixar}}. Yes, ''that'' {{Pixar}}.

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* LimitedAnimation: The infamous fourth episode, to the point that it looks completely out of place with the rest of the series, and even drew negative criticism from staff members at {{Pixar}}. Creator/{{Pixar}}. Yes, ''that'' {{Pixar}}.Creator/{{Pixar}}.
26th Mar '17 11:28:43 AM nombretomado
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** ObscurusLupa sums up the series as ''incredibly'' stupid when you analyze it, as there's a ton of plot holes, a Deux ex Machina nearly every episode, and nothing about it makes any real sense. But the show is just so much ''fun'' to watch, the heroes are so awesome, and there was obviously so much passion, intensity and love that went into the production, that you really don't care and just enjoy the ride.

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** ObscurusLupa WebVideo/ObscurusLupa sums up the series as ''incredibly'' stupid when you analyze it, as there's a ton of plot holes, a Deux ex Machina nearly every episode, and nothing about it makes any real sense. But the show is just so much ''fun'' to watch, the heroes are so awesome, and there was obviously so much passion, intensity and love that went into the production, that you really don't care and just enjoy the ride.
19th Mar '17 8:32:07 AM Robotech_Master
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*** Leeron seems to have it too, since he is the only character in the DistantFinale to look ''exactly the same'' as he did in the series itself. However, WordOfGod attributes this to extensive plastic surgery.
** HealingFactor: Viral is explicitly given an immortal body, but it's not clarified what this means; however, he demonstrates a HealingFactor at one point, and is the only character in the DistantFinale who still looks the same.

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*** Leeron seems to have it too, since he is the only character in the DistantFinale to look looks almost ''exactly the same'' in the DistantFinale as he did in the series itself. However, WordOfGod attributes this to extensive plastic surgery.
** HealingFactor: Viral is explicitly given an immortal body, but it's not clarified what this means; however, he demonstrates a HealingFactor at one point, and is the only character in the DistantFinale (apart from Leeron) who still looks the same.
19th Mar '17 6:49:25 AM Generality
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*** Leeron seems to have it too, since he is the only character in the DistantFinale (apart from Leeron) to look ''exactly the same'' as he did in the series itself. However, WordOfGod attributes this to extensive plastic surgery.

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*** Leeron seems to have it too, since he is the only character in the DistantFinale (apart from Leeron) to look ''exactly the same'' as he did in the series itself. However, WordOfGod attributes this to extensive plastic surgery.
18th Mar '17 10:40:23 PM Robotech_Master
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*** Leeron seems to have it too, since he is the only character in the DistantFinale to look ''exactly the same'' as he did in the series itself. However, WordOfGod attributes this to extensive plastic surgery.

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*** Leeron seems to have it too, since he is the only character in the DistantFinale (apart from Leeron) to look ''exactly the same'' as he did in the series itself. However, WordOfGod attributes this to extensive plastic surgery.
18th Mar '17 10:39:28 PM Robotech_Master
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*** Leeron seems to have it to, since he is the only character in the DistantFinale to look ''exactly the same'' as he did in the series itself. However, WordOfGod attributes this to extensive plastic surgery.

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*** Leeron seems to have it to, too, since he is the only character in the DistantFinale to look ''exactly the same'' as he did in the series itself. However, WordOfGod attributes this to extensive plastic surgery.
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