History YMMV / SaintSeiyaOmega

13th Nov '17 3:27:08 AM GlitteringFlowers
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** In the Latin-American Spanish dub, Harbingir's first voice actor was Juan Alfonso Carralero, known as the semi-official VA for Creator/WillSmith and Creator/DavidHasselhoff. Older fans familiar with the guy's work couldn't help giggling upon hearing Harbingir talk like an angrier [[Film/MenInBlack Agent J]] or [[Series/BayWatch Mitch Buchannon]].

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** * NarmCharm: In the Latin-American Spanish dub, Harbingir's first voice actor was Juan Alfonso Carralero, known as the semi-official VA for Creator/WillSmith and [[Series/BeakmansWorld Paul Zaloom]], Creator/WillSmith, Creator/DavidHasselhoff. Older fans familiar with the guy's work couldn't help giggling upon hearing Harbingir talk like an angrier [[Film/MenInBlack Agent J]] or [[Series/BayWatch Mitch Buchannon]].Buchannon]], yet at the same time they couldn't help thinking "so THAT is how Beakman sounds when he's truly angry?! Wow, cool!"
11th Nov '17 10:06:25 PM RoarkTenjouin
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* ContestedSequel: Much like with ''Anime/DragonBallGT'', it's gotten this reception, due to Kurumada's near-zero involvement. While it does avert the filler that plagued the original due to it being AnimeOriginal, and the series does [[GrowingTheBeard improve]] as noted below, the early episodes, changes to the cloths and art style are often cited against it.
3rd Aug '17 2:32:16 AM SeptimusHeap
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* CommonCrossover: With the ''PrettyCure'' franchise, in particular ''Anime/HeartcatchPrettyCure'' (in which its first character designer previously took part) and ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'' (which was the one airing when it premiered), to the point of spawning a few relatively obscure {{crossover ship}}s.

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* CommonCrossover: With the ''PrettyCure'' ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' franchise, in particular ''Anime/HeartcatchPrettyCure'' (in which its first character designer previously took part) and ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'' (which was the one airing when it premiered), to the point of spawning a few relatively obscure {{crossover ship}}s.
28th Apr '17 1:55:30 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** It would be quicker to list the aspects of [[{{Yandere}} Gemini Paradox]]' character that is ''not'' some kind of NightmareFuel. If her gender and Ryuuhou is swapped, she would come off as an extremely disturbing and disgusting man.
*** Case and point: Pisces Amor, the most powerful of all Gold Saints by a mile [[spoiler:and Medea's brother]], has an infatuation with Yuna. While not quite played to Yandere levels, his persistent advances (to the point of willingly forcing her sit next to him using his powers) still come off as quite unsettling.

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** It would be quicker to list the aspects of [[{{Yandere}} Gemini Paradox]]' character that is ''not'' some kind of NightmareFuel. If her gender and Ryuuhou Her creepiness toward Ryuuho is swapped, she would come off as an extremely disturbing and disgusting man.definitely NOT PlayedForLaughs [[DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale or for fanservice]].
*** Case and point: Pisces Amor, the most powerful of all Gold Saints by a mile [[spoiler:and Medea's brother]], has an infatuation with Yuna. While not quite played to Yandere levels, his persistent advances (to the point of willingly forcing her sit next to him using his powers) still come off as quite unsettling.
3rd Apr '17 5:59:18 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** In the Latin-American Spanish dub, Harbingir's first voice actor was Juan Alfonso Carralero, known as the semi-official VA for Creator/WillSmith and David Hasselhoff. Older fans familiar with the guy's older roles couldn't help giggling upon hearing Harbingir talk like an angrier [[Film/MenInBlack Agent J]] or [[Series/BayWatch Mitch Buchannan]]

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** In the Latin-American Spanish dub, Harbingir's first voice actor was Juan Alfonso Carralero, known as the semi-official VA for Creator/WillSmith and David Hasselhoff. Creator/DavidHasselhoff. Older fans familiar with the guy's older roles work couldn't help giggling upon hearing Harbingir talk like an angrier [[Film/MenInBlack Agent J]] or [[Series/BayWatch Mitch Buchannan]]Buchannon]].
3rd Apr '17 5:57:39 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** In the Latin-American Spanish dub, Harbingir's first voice actor was Juan Alfonso Carralero, known as the semi-official VA for Creator/WillSmith and David Hasselhoff. Older fans familiar with the guy's older roles couldn't help giggling upon hearing Harbingir talk like an angrier [[Film/MenInBlack Agent J]] or [[Series/BayWatch Mitch Buchannan]]
18th Aug '16 7:15:21 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* TheyJustDidntCare: Episode 86 is full of animation issues that are very easy to spot.
17th Aug '16 1:53:56 AM DraceEmpressa
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* HarsherInHindsight: [[spoiler: The [[FaceHeelTurn Director's betrayal]] seems harsher if you remember Capricorn Saints are said to be the most loyals to Athena... Oops]].
** Only in the anime. In the manga, no such thing is ever stated [[spoiler:and Shura is a traitor being damn well aware of it and taking pleasure from having killed Aiolos]].

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* HarsherInHindsight: [[spoiler: HarsherInHindsight:
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The [[FaceHeelTurn Director's betrayal]] seems harsher if you remember Capricorn Saints are said to be the most loyals to Athena... Oops]].
** *** Only in the anime. In the manga, no such thing is ever stated [[spoiler:and Shura is a traitor being damn well aware of it and taking pleasure from having killed Aiolos]].


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** Paradox' strongest move is Film/FinalDestination. The premise of that film is that people tried to cheat their fate (specifically, their death) but fails gruesomely, and no matter what they do, they can't fight fate. Paradox always cheated her fate by predicting her future through reading the stars, then chooses the easier option. By the time she stopped cheating, [[spoiler: death comes for her. Sure, she managed to defy the fate of Geminis are supposed to hate and kill each other, but she cannot avoid the fate of the older Gemini would die before the younger does. Subverted that she is completely aware continue fighting would kill her when she is mortally wounded. ]] Doesn't change the fact that in the end, she cannot defy fate ''completely''.
14th Jul '16 9:03:14 PM MasterChi
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** Saori/Athena is infamous for being a DamselScrappy. While the early episodes didn't help to deny this, late season 1 shows a scene where she manages to hold a meteor falling to Earth. While that moment lasted shortly, in season 2 she actually goes with the Saints to enemy's place in order to confront her sister. The fact that she manages to fight against Pallas with her Gold Cloth and winning all alone made the episode noteworthy.

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** Saori/Athena is infamous for being a DamselScrappy. While the early episodes didn't help to deny this, late season 1 shows a scene where she manages to hold a meteor falling to Earth. While that moment lasted shortly, in season 2 she actually goes with the Saints to enemy's place in order to confront her sister. The fact that she manages to fight against Pallas with her Gold God Cloth and winning all alone made the episode noteworthy.
12th Jul '16 7:29:12 AM rafi
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** There's also the second opening, Root Five's [[http://youtu.be/fgczQJ6MqoY?list=LLMdoVB4Czi54heZeOX1dwYA "Next Generation"]] (also called "New Ω Myth", though that doesn't seem to be an official title), which, as a rock/techno take on ''Seiya'' themes, manages to trade off a notch of bishonen for a notch of badass while still remaining surprisingly faithful to the concept.

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** There's also the second opening, Root Five's [[http://youtu.be/fgczQJ6MqoY?list=LLMdoVB4Czi54heZeOX1dwYA [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMWVjHXalbs "Next Generation"]] (also called "New Ω Myth", though that doesn't seem to be an official title), which, as a rock/techno take on ''Seiya'' themes, manages to trade off a notch of bishonen for a notch of badass while still remaining surprisingly faithful to the concept.
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