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MrAnderson Feb 2005
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IF YOU LIKED...

Cowboy Bebop

In space, nobody can hear your mecha explode. Throughout both of these great space epics, there are some really kick-ass mecha battles that keep you on the edge of your seat the whole time. Another interesting connection between them is that a lot of the character development comes from the pasts of the characters. In both shows, the main characters have a dark past--something that they've lost, or a heavy burden they now have to carry. If you enjoy space animes with action-packed battles and exteremely interesting characters, you'd do good to give these two a try.
MrAnderson
MrAnderson Feb 2005
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Any fan of the mecha/space genre is bound to love these two shows. Aside from having the same character designs, the underlying theme of "the true nature of people" runs through both shows. While Ryvius has no mecha, its cast has to come to terms with each other in order to survive, much like the way the cast of Destiny must work together to survive on the battlefield. Deception and ulterior motives run wild through both of these shows, which is really what makes them so interesting.
MrAnderson
MrAnderson Feb 2005
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YOU MIGHT LIKE

Cowboy Bebop

In space, nobody can hear your mecha explode. Throughout both of these great space epics, there are some really kick-ass mecha battles that keep you on the edge of your seat the whole time. Another interesting connection between them is that a lot of the character development comes from the pasts of the characters. In both shows, the main characters have a dark past--something that they've lost, or a heavy burden they now have to carry. If you enjoy space animes with action-packed battles and exteremely interesting characters, you'd do good to give these two a try.
MrAnderson
MrAnderson Feb 2005
made a recommendation
Any fan of the mecha/space genre is bound to love these two shows. Aside from having the same character designs, the underlying theme of "the true nature of people" runs through both shows. While Ryvius has no mecha, its cast has to come to terms with each other in order to survive, much like the way the cast of Destiny must work together to survive on the battlefield. Deception and ulterior motives run wild through both of these shows, which is really what makes them so interesting.