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Lupin the Third: Mine Fujiko to Iu Onna Episode 5 Discussion
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5 out of 5: Loved it!
 
38 66.67%
4 out of 5: Liked it
 
14 24.56%
3 out of 5: It was OK
 
1 1.75%
2 out of 5: Disliked it
 
3 5.26%
1 out of 5: Hated it
 
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05-04-12, 11:50 PM

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O.o Got crazily violence all of a sudden....

I was under the impression of Lupin don't kill... Seems like he's not afraid to kill if necessary...
 
05-05-12, 12:03 AM

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That was really good.
 
05-05-12, 10:43 AM

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I'm not feeling this series much although it has its good points
 
05-06-12, 8:42 AM

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nznznz said:
Most "meh" episode so far. What a contrived setup to get Jigen into the pyramid and then just tacked together Indy-chlichés with "oh how genious resolves" which basically break down to solve any puzzle by shooting at something. No tension whatsoever and not even funny enough to make it count as a parody. So they wasted the first meeting of Jigen and Lupin on a filler episode.

nznznz dislikes it this must be a great episode I am going to see it right away.
 
05-08-12, 2:50 AM

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chiarAscuro said:
Unfortunately it really felt like the animation took some short cuts this round (though honestly the first ep still is the episode that has had the best animation so far and the episodes after have had they're own shortcomings animation-wise) but there were still come great still moments and background art. :)


Yeah I feel the same way too. Some of the animations felt stilted and it was hard to make out what was happening on screen.

Still, it's one of the better episodes thus far IMO. Lupin's and Jigen's first meeting reminded me somewhat of First Contact, so that's great. Wonder how they'll set it up with Goemon. And we finally get to see Fujiko being the backstabber that she is.
 
05-08-12, 4:47 AM

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glad to see Lupin again
 
06-02-12, 10:26 PM

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Didn't really like this episode that much, to be honest. The directing of the scenes felt...sporadic and half the time I didn't know what was going on.
"Hello. I came to talk. I've been thinking lately. About you and me. About what's going to happen to us, in the end. We're going to kill each other, aren't we? Perhaps you'll kill me. Perhaps I'll kill you. Perhaps sooner. Perhaps later. I just wanted to know that I'd made a genuine attempt to talk things over and avert that outcome. Just once. Are you listening to me? It's life and death I'm discussing here. Maybe my death... maybe yours. I don't fully understand why ours should be such a fatal relationship, but I don't want your murder on my... hands..."

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10-12-12, 11:32 AM

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finally, Lupin returned *__*
liked the adventure in a pyramid...also liked the idea of ​​the blue blood ))
 
10-21-12, 11:05 AM

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I haven't watched the original Lupin, so just now I noticed that him and that another guy are two different people .__.

This was a good ep, I love ancient Egypt. But despite what that idiot said, they should have shown more art and statues before it all cracked up D:

And the ending is giving me shivers, I like it.
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10-31-13, 5:18 AM

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Eudaimonia said:
"Take away a woman's secrets and she'd have nothing left"
Oh Fujiko, there's no need to degrade yourself like that even if it wasn't intended.
Seriously though, I think there is more to it than one would think. Concealing one's true nature behind a flair of mysteriousness, that's what she does, probably to fill the emptiness in her heart, so to speak.

Jigen's meeting with Lupin this episode seems to be of great significance as it fuels his fire again which seems to have been on the back-burner previously, emphasized by his willingness to give away his gun, an object with a lot of meaning for him.


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