The humble line has a life of its own. As it travels from one point to the next it can take whatever route it fancies. With plenty of ups and downs, it encounters all manner of random items and beings as it endlessly travels towards its destination. But when lines become objects it can all go wrong...
The only way I can possibly describe this is the work of a mad man on LSD. I am astonished that I managed to sit through this 9 minute nightmare, and this is very much a nightmare complete with bloody body parts that shoot out of tubes, and gigantic anything but beautiful women. The audio is the equivalent to nails on a chalk board, and no I'm not kidding when I say the first 3 minutes is just that. At one point a women is decapitated with what I believe to be feet followed by her breasts and ass being chopped off by a spontaneous burst of lightning. This “anime” if it even qualifies is anything but bearable, do not attempt to watch it under any circumstances. I now understand why they call it “Tragedy on the G Line” this is a complete and utter tragedy.Story: Non-existent. 1/10Animation: Horrible even for its time. 1/10 Sound: Dreadful to the point of irritation. 1/10Characters: Wait, what characters? 1/10Overall: It would be a crime to give it anything higher. 1/10Here is a link to “Tragedy on the G Line” if you intend to inflict self harm.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhzyNfiSYlQ
I'm sorry, what is this? There is no plot. There is no tradgedy. There is a line, that appears only at the beggining. There's annoying sounds. There's loud screeches. There's screames. There's what looks like Dr.Seuss characters on Victorian art, doing random things. Puffs of hearts and smoke coming out of who knows what, and you're just sitting there, losing IQ.
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