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Old 2006-07-01, 13:44   Link #1
NahLiJ
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looking for something similiar to ....

im looking for a series similiar to FMA, NGE, Last Exile

something that gets me thinking , dramatic in the same aspects as those two series i mentioned above


thriller suspense kinda thing where you cant wait to for the next ep

only series atm that im currently watching is blood+ ...seems to be the only one i like so far ( out of the new stuff )

im not looking for new stuff just something to get my interest in anime back :/

( too much of the same stuff lately )


thx in advance!!
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Old 2006-07-01, 13:54   Link #2
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I'd heartily recommend Fantastic Children, it's a very awesome series, one of the best I've seen recently.

And currently airing Utawarerumono is excellent too.
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Old 2006-07-01, 14:22   Link #3
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I'd heartily recommend Fantastic Children, it's a very awesome series, one of the best I've seen recently.

And currently airing Utawarerumono is excellent too.

ive seen Fantastic Children and i agree it is an excellent series

ive seen some eps of Utawarerumono good series too but not exactly what im looking for

something more sci fi - ish
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Old 2006-07-01, 14:50   Link #4
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Hmm, both Stellvia of the Universe and Kenran Butoh Sai The Mars Daybreak are great series'. They're not as serious, more like Last Exile, but with more humour. Stellvia is the more serious one, story-wise, while Mars Daybreak is great fun to watch and keeps you coming back for more
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Old 2006-07-01, 15:24   Link #5
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You could try Ju Oh Sei. It's pretty sci-fi-ish.
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Old 2006-07-01, 16:40   Link #6
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Try Serial Experiments Lain...
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Old 2006-07-02, 14:27   Link #7
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Hmm, both Stellvia of the Universe and Kenran Butoh Sai The Mars Daybreak are great series'. They're not as serious, more like Last Exile, but with more humour. Stellvia is the more serious one, story-wise, while Mars Daybreak is great fun to watch and keeps you coming back for more
watching Stellvia atm ..awesome series thx for recommendation!!! havent tried Mars tho but i ll be sure to check it out

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You could try Ju Oh Sei. It's pretty sci-fi-ish.
its on my list of things to watch heehee thx

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Try Serial Experiments Lain...
haha awesome series but ive seen it like 3 times ? >_> ( its addicting )
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Old 2006-07-03, 05:46   Link #8
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well erm...for thrillers I'll recommend Monster
for sci-fic you could try the stars trilogy : crest of the stars, banner of the stars I-III,
theres also Kurau Phantom Memory, another masterpiece by Bones
Witch Hunter Robin is pretty dark and has some suspense
I'm not sure how to classify Gankutsuou as, it has some sci-fic I suppose as the world is very futuristic, however it does have suspense and scheming as well
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