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LannerFalcon Apr 2008
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In my opinion, both of theses series are tains wreks, (the subbers for dragonaut even mentioned it was "the only time they wanted the power of love to loose"), however that on its own isn't enough for this review.Each series has standalone episodes(Hayate is more excusable, it's a comedy) Each series is "funny" at times, but never how it means to be. Its the "funny" you get when a really fanatical person takes himself to be funny, or intelligent.The graphical styles are somewhat similar. If you have the guts to tear through one of these alive, I would stop there. But if you want to show some real manhood… then the other is a perfect targetDisclaimer: I am not responsible for any psychological injury you receive from these programs.
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LannerFalcon Apr 2008
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In my opinion, both of theses series are tains wreks, (the subbers for dragonaut even mentioned it was "the only time they wanted the power of love to loose"), however that on its own isn't enough for this review.Each series has standalone episodes(Hayate is more excusable, it's a comedy) Each series is "funny" at times, but never how it means to be. Its the "funny" you get when a really fanatical person takes himself to be funny, or intelligent.The graphical styles are somewhat similar. If you have the guts to tear through one of these alive, I would stop there. But if you want to show some real manhood… then the other is a perfect targetDisclaimer: I am not responsible for any psychological injury you receive from these programs.
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LannerFalcon Mar 2008
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YOU MIGHT LIKE

True Tears

Unlike most of the other shows in this genre, these are more than just stories, or a loop of pictures- They are works of art.Furthermore, their protagonists do not suffer from "whishy washy" disorder; Up until they make their choice, it's still a variable, but after, it is permanently set.Lastly, show involves a scenario in which one female has know the protagonist for a long time, while the other has just met him, and both arevying for his affections.Despite some dissimilarities in art syle, if you liked either one, you're bound to enjoy the other.
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LannerFalcon Mar 2008
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IF YOU LIKED...

True Tears

Unlike most of the other shows in this genre, these are more than just stories, or a loop of pictures- They are works of art.Furthermore, their protagonists do not suffer from "whishy washy" disorder; Up until they make their choice, it's still a variable, but after, it is permanently set.Lastly, show involves a scenario in which one female has know the protagonist for a long time, while the other has just met him, and both arevying for his affections.Despite some dissimilarities in art syle, if you liked either one, you're bound to enjoy the other.
LannerFalcon
LannerFalcon Mar 2008
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Le Chevalier D'Eon

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My-Hime

Characters are incomparable. Settings are changed. Plot pace is different. Yet there is one major detail they share; their treatment of the predurnatural.Each manages to make the protagonists abilities blend in the series, without overwhelming its plot. Still beyond this, there is an element of mystery that will make you wonder even after the ending. If you're looking for a clone, you'll find a lot of differences. But if you savor subtlety with your preternatural- you may have interest in both.
LannerFalcon
LannerFalcon Mar 2008
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IF YOU LIKED...

My-Hime

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Le Chevalier D'Eon

Characters are incomparable. Settings are changed. Plot pace is different. Yet there is one major detail they share; their treatment of the predurnatural.Each manages to make the protagonists abilities blend in the series, without overwhelming its plot. Still beyond this, there is an element of mystery that will make you wonder even after the ending. If you're looking for a clone, you'll find a lot of differences. But if you savor subtlety with your preternatural- you may have interest in both.
LannerFalcon
LannerFalcon Mar 2008
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Kannazuki no Miko

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Romeo x Juliet

This may sound awfully strange, (KnM is a mech-yuri), but it's undeniable: there are several similarities between these two, despite sizable plot differences.People whose feelings are forbidden, being forced to fight each other. Tragic endings, still leaving a glimmer of hope. Young love, reaching maturity.There may be many differences… but I think you'd enjoy both.
LannerFalcon
LannerFalcon Mar 2008
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Romeo x Juliet

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Kannazuki no Miko

This may sound awfully strange, (KnM is a mech-yuri), but it's undeniable: there are several similarities between these two, despite sizable plot differences.People whose feelings are forbidden, being forced to fight each other. Tragic endings, still leaving a glimmer of hope. Young love, reaching maturity.There may be many differences… but I think you'd enjoy both.
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LannerFalcon Mar 2008
commented on sothis's profile
Very well than… For my next rec I'll use firefox instead. And I promise not to use bullets/lists.Two questions: Do you know if Firefox 3 works on the site? If you have knowledge to the contrary, please inform me; otherwise I'll just find out at the time of my next rec.May I use line breaks? (I juust noticed you didn't have any when you editied my text, and that your explination might have included these)Now I'll just continue transcribing the anime list from my computer, to the site…Thanks! P.S: I'm using firefox 3 for this message
sothis

Hi there! I'm a not-so-normal girl living in Seattle, WA. I work for a software company as a writer of developer documentation, but my background is computer science and programming. In my spare...

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LannerFalcon Mar 2008
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This might prove problematic...  I use Safari 3.1, and I do have spellcheck off (as I do whenever I don't use it), however it appears that it's still inerting code. I'll cycle threw  web browsers, with the intention of preventing the problem. (for this message I'm using safari).    For next recomendation I'll use Opera... Let's hope that works. :( 
sothis

Hi there! I'm a not-so-normal girl living in Seattle, WA. I work for a software company as a writer of developer documentation, but my background is computer science and programming. In my spare...

LannerFalcon
LannerFalcon Mar 2008
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Mai-Otome

In both Blue Drop and Otome, the characters’ ages are similar, there are hints of yuri, and there is highly advanced technology. The major difference between the two is the pacing: Blue Drop is slow and composed, while Otome’s is reckless later on and makes up for it with filler near the beginning.
LannerFalcon
LannerFalcon Mar 2008
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Mai-Otome

In both Blue Drop and Otome, the characters’ ages are similar, there are hints of yuri, and there is highly advanced technology. The major difference between the two is the pacing: Blue Drop is slow and composed, while Otome’s is reckless later on and makes up for it with filler near the beginning.
LannerFalcon
LannerFalcon Mar 2008
made a recommendation
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Night Wizard

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Naruto Shippuden

Thoug at first glance they appear unquarellated, more detailed investigation will yield a number of similarities. In each series, the protagonist is a teenager, with an obsessive desire to protect his friends.Both involve four man sqads, and extraordinary abilities. The one difference is probably in this; Naruto is much slower paced, and has far more episodes.
LannerFalcon
LannerFalcon Mar 2008
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Naruto Shippuden

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Night Wizard

Thoug at first glance they appear unquarellated, more detailed investigation will yield a number of similarities. In each series, the protagonist is a teenager, with an obsessive desire to protect his friends.Both involve four man sqads, and extraordinary abilities. The one difference is probably in this; Naruto is much slower paced, and has far more episodes.
LannerFalcon
LannerFalcon Mar 2008
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Naruto

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Bleach

These are two series that focus heavily on friendship, and involve main characters with incredible resolve.
LannerFalcon
LannerFalcon Mar 2008
made a recommendation
IF YOU LIKED...

Bleach

YOU MIGHT LIKE

Naruto

These are two series that focus heavily on friendship, and involve main characters with incredible resolve.
LannerFalcon
LannerFalcon Mar 2008
commented on wolfangel87's profile
Thanks!I'll get to setting up the series I've seen gradually; I've seen around 100…
wolfangel87

I am the year of the Tiger and it is true, I am a total romantic!!!! INTERESTS: COFFEE! The San Jose Sharks, blue roses, spanish music, apple drinks, Venice, the color blue, wolves, writing, Sawyer...