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Always Right
Had to download it, since the nice looking videos were all YOUSMELL, which sucks, and the good subtitles all had crappy video qualities...

As for this episode..............the main character is likable. And I'm most interested in seeing the electric green haired kid, and the japanese looking super hero who only make background appearances.
There are two superhero anime this season...this and X-Men, of the two, this is by FAR the superior of the two shows.

I wish they didn't make so many of the non-superhero adults such Gonks though...and that Legend guy...and the gay black. Ah, but since the last one looks like he's comedy relief, he sorta gets a pass I guess.

edited 10th Apr '11 5:04:06 PM by Signed

"Every opinion that isn't mine is subjected to Your Mileage May Vary."
Dude, Mr. Legend is a badass. He's fat, but he's got the voice of a hero and is an inspiration to children.

 28 Goggle Fox, Sun, 10th Apr '11 6:11:52 PM from Acadia, yo.
rrrrrrrrr
. . . Why are you people not just watching the Viz simulcast? http://www.vizanime.com/
Sakamoto demands an explanation for this shit.
Always Right
Viz is doing this show?

Anyways, same reason why many are not doing Hulu.

edited 10th Apr '11 6:15:24 PM by Signed

"Every opinion that isn't mine is subjected to Your Mileage May Vary."
 30 Goggle Fox, Sun, 10th Apr '11 6:18:41 PM from Acadia, yo.
rrrrrrrrr
I don't see "many." I just saw you mentioning "What's with the hulu commercials?" and me being confused.

Because, see, I watched it over the shoulder of a friend of mine who introduced me to the series. And it's a funny thing — he has adblock. Meanwhile I just have been led to accept that ads online are part of paying for bandwidth, so I deal. Life isn't over because you had to endure 30 seconds of someone selling something at you.

edited 10th Apr '11 6:19:38 PM by GoggleFox

Sakamoto demands an explanation for this shit.
Always Right
You just...don't...get it...

Thank you for your interest. We're sorry, but our videos can only be viewed from within the United States.

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This was what I meant when I said "I'll wait for better anime stream sites''" awhile ago.

edited 10th Apr '11 6:23:53 PM by Signed

"Every opinion that isn't mine is subjected to Your Mileage May Vary."
 32 Goggle Fox, Sun, 10th Apr '11 6:23:58 PM from Acadia, yo.
rrrrrrrrr
http://lifehacker.com/#!5583515/access-hulu-from-outside-the-us-without-a-proxy-server
Sakamoto demands an explanation for this shit.
Professional Nerd
[up][up][up][up][up] Yeah, Mr. Legend is pretty cool. He's not just an old, fat superhero — He's an old, fat superhero who can probably out-superhero you and your Heroic Build any day of the week.
"If there's a hole, it's a man's job to thrust into it!"
Ryoma Nagare, New Getter Robo
Always Right
He's Accelerator after spending 20 years as a couch potato and losing his psycho laughter...atleast that's what I assume his super power is supposed to be.
"Every opinion that isn't mine is subjected to Your Mileage May Vary."
[up] Oh no... he's Touma and Accelerator after they do the fusion dance and become one.

shiver
 
 36 Clarste, Mon, 11th Apr '11 1:04:00 AM Relationship Status: Non-Canon
Three Steps
I kept waiting for them to subvert the kid's redemption in some way, but they didn't. I suppose that's a good thing, but I just had the feeling that the show was crueler than that. I'm not sure why they wouldn't get ridiculous bonus points for converting the villain though. That's dramatic and heartwarming, and presumably increases their ratings a lot, so why wouldn't they reward the heroes for it?

edited 11th Apr '11 1:04:19 AM by Clarste

 37 Goggle Fox, Mon, 11th Apr '11 8:36:56 AM from Acadia, yo.
rrrrrrrrr
The point system is arbitrary and not geared towards fairness, that's why.
Sakamoto demands an explanation for this shit.
Fancy Tuna
I've launched a character sheet for it, so any help with that would be awesome.

I really was not expecting to enjoy this as much as I am (even though we're just two episodes in), honestly; I almost didn't even check out the first episode because the description on the chart didn't grab me. Then I watched the trailer, and while the Conspicuous CG was rather jarring at first, it's easy to get used to. Still wondering why Fire Emblem is full CG while Dragon Kid and Blue Rose aren't, though. Looks tacky as hell.

People're already saying it's the Ensemble Darkhorse of the season, heh.

 39 Phyi, Tue, 12th Apr '11 11:58:53 AM from Internet
Just watched the first episode, so far the characters seem flat to me and the CGI sticks out like a sore thumb. But I may watch further just to see if it gets better.

Rbx5
^^I can second that; it's being declared the show that brought 4 boards together (/co/, /a/, /m/, and /toy/).

Just finished the first episode, and am about to watch the second; loving it so far. There's been a lot of anime influencing western animated shows over the past decade or so, but not so much vice-versa (Big O being the notable exception, and that bombed in Japan), so I'm very interested to see how it'll go over in Japan, considering these are very Western-style super heroes. And someone mentioned Mystery Men awhile back, so let me just say I think Sky High is either a)this show's Captain Amazing or b)he's gonna die.
The OP is terrible.

The show's fun, though.

^ Really? I thought it was tolerable, although I guess it must be completely unremarkable also because I can't remember what it's like, nor what the song is.
Cure Candy
[up][up] Really? I rather liked it. The song is standard Sunrise but pretty good and the lyrics and animation really gives you a feel for the show.

edited 14th Apr '11 2:40:51 AM by Raso

OK, maybe "Terrible" implied it's actively offensive, and it's not that bad. But really, the song isn't very good, the stuff happening on screen is not very exciting/interesting/appealing, and it doesn't really seem to "blend" with the song at all. It's all in all very... notgood.

Pronounced YAK-you-luss
Must say, I actually quite like all the Product Placement. Having ads from real-world companies gives the whole thing an extra air of authenticity... and some epic Biting-the-Hand Humour.

edited 15th Apr '11 9:46:22 AM by Iaculus

Freedom of speech includes the freedom for other people to call you out on your bullshit.
 46 Edmania, Sat, 16th Apr '11 11:04:31 AM from under a pile of erasers
o hai
Still wondering why Fire Emblem is full CG while Dragon Kid and Blue Rose aren't, though.

That's the only reason why I find the CGI annoying actually, it isn't consistent with the heroes.
If people learned from their mistakes, there wouldn't be this thing called bad habits.
Cure Candy
I bet the CG girls didn't turn out so hot so they went with normal animation... Or Fanservice reasons.

I don't really mind the CG it's not as bad as Sunrise's other works.

edited 16th Apr '11 12:25:55 PM by Raso

 48 dmysta 3000, Sat, 16th Apr '11 5:15:59 PM from New York and New Jersey Relationship Status: Don't hug me; I'm scared
YAY MURDER! :3
Episode 3.

It may not work for you if you don't live in the US, sorry.
Some of the streaming sites already have it subbed.

edited 16th Apr '11 5:37:11 PM by shark33

Nice Take a Third Option when faced with a Wire Dilemma

edited 16th Apr '11 6:23:52 PM by Sackett

 
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