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Old 2003-11-24, 23:03   Link #1
WindStriker
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mecha fansub

Hello
I was wondering if there is currently a good gundam like mecha fansub. Any info would be very much apperciated
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Old 2003-11-24, 23:19   Link #2
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It's not really all that Gundam like (or terribly good if you ask me) but Godannar is a new mecha show being subbed. It's actually got decent mech designs, and the action is breakneck paced. Check it out and form your own opinion.
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Old 2003-11-24, 23:24   Link #3
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Your post made me ponder how few mecha shows we have been seeing these days. Anime series this season are almost all action, romantic comedy, horror and science fiction. What happened with the medium's most emblematic genre?

The first season of Gundam SEED ended a while ago, and the only current show would be Godannar, fansubbed by AnimeOne&Infusion, but it is waaaay too cheesy for my tastes, more G Gundam with fanservice than original MS Gundam. If you like old school, Metal Armor Dragonar, a classic 80s series, is being slowly, oh-so-painfully-slowly being fansubbed by LightShock Anime (we're up to ep. 2)

Unless you have a broader definition of "mecha" (that is, not only giant robots). Then maybe Avenger, or even Full Metal Alchemist, might qualify
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Old 2003-11-24, 23:49   Link #4
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Ya i find that strange not alot of mecha animes lately after Gs ended... when Gs 2 or whatever that title is comes out i bet it will be such a big hit because we all are thirsty for Mecha animes...
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Old 2003-11-25, 17:58   Link #5
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Metal Armor Dragonar, a classic 80s series, is being slowly, oh-so-painfully-slowly being fansubbed by LightShock Anime (we're up to ep. 2)
BTW, what happened with Overman King Gainer ?
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Old 2003-11-25, 22:17   Link #6
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BTW, what happened with Overman King Gainer ?
Search me. Heard rumors about being licensed or something
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Old 2003-11-26, 00:11   Link #7
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Search me. Heard rumors about being licensed or something
Nope, not licensed.

Not group subbed it past episode 10 for some unknown reason.
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Old 2003-11-26, 05:56   Link #8
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this should of been in the general anime or Suggestion forums. I only recommend two Mecha type animes and that is Macross (specifically Super Dimensional Fortress Macross 1982 series) and Robotech.

For Gundam like I recommend Shinkon Gattai Godannar
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Old 2003-11-26, 07:27   Link #9
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I was wondering if there is currently a good gundam like mecha fansub. Any info would be very much apperciated
As mentioned by Keitarou20, this should have been posted in the Suggestions forum, so I've now moved it.

It's not that difficult, at least put some effort into deciding which forum to post.

P.S. and welcome to the forums
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