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Old 2008-11-04, 14:12   Link #681
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The invasion of the chibi-kyoukas at the end was funny. Introducing Junk 2.0's sister so late in the series, and then doing absolutely nothing was kind of lame. This series needed more of Raichou, and Shinigami boku girl.
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Old 2008-11-05, 08:21   Link #682
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Now that the subs are out, a lot of the things that got lost in the RAWs are finally understood. It bumps up my score for this show a bit, but only a bit (since even understanding everything, some character just got shafted period, *cries for Raichou*)
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Old 2008-11-05, 11:41   Link #683
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Why are you crying for Raichou? Million was probably the least used "important" character I've ever seen, lol.
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Old 2008-11-05, 14:05   Link #684
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Spoiler for Final episode:


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Old 2008-11-09, 22:50   Link #685
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i liked this show. very fun to watch from beginning to end
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Old 2008-11-10, 00:30   Link #686
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A second season is needed here. The final story was a good climax, but many things could use more development.
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Old 2009-02-09, 03:57   Link #687
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Does anyone know anything about the Variety CD's?
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Old 2009-08-10, 01:56   Link #688
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I just finished watching this after pulling off a marathon, and maybe that's how this type of random anything goes type of series are best enjoyed so that you don't lose track of whatever is happening.

To be truthful, I was going to come here to write how I had only found it to be midly enjoyable, in a 8/10 series way, but after seeing how so many people seem to find the series ending on a down note I feel the duty to write a more positive note.

Anyway, I think the series has just the right level of randomness for a series of its kind. The series lacked direction in the sense of plot and steady character development, but the character dynamics and inter relationships were a fest to watch. The overall dynamics of the show also appealed to me a lot, and I kind of liked the wacky humor the series used.

Overall, I think its a good series of its kind. It did for me what Excel Saga never could, and I think that if there ever where a second season I'd watch it.
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