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Nov 20, 2015
This is a show that i wanted to like more, it has ambition, and very interesting premise, and some fantastic battle scenes. There's a real sense of tension every time we see the giants appear, and there's also a nice mystery cooking in the background that keeps you guessing. The animation is fluid, a good score, and overall solid in every technical aspect.

My problem then comes with our main characters. One is your usual anime hyperactive "i'm gonna do stuff real loud" generic protagonist. He's impulsive, reckless, and not very bright but full of energy. In contrast we get a girl that is the silent read more
Nov 20, 2015
This was a big dissapointment, with such awesome detailed animation, cool character designs, and the whole space opera vibe going on the story is barely there. Poorly assembled, and just bland to the point of boredom. Starts interesting but quickly loses steam as the story unfolds. I wouldn't mind a new take on the characters in a modern version, there's a lot of wasted potential here. Even a live action film could be a good chance to do a proper exploration of the world of the film, and it's characters. Once more, a shame really, proof that not even great animation can save a read more
Nov 20, 2015
Ahh yes, good ol' early 90s anime. As violent as politically incorrect as it gets. When anime was this wild unpredictable beast that made other forms of animation look bland. Before the moe days, before the waifu invasion. Mad Bull makes zero apologies in what it wants to be, a pure exploitation show with violent killings and boobs. The comic relief is a hit or miss, but then again, if you are already watching this is because you have the right sensibility for the material. Unless you are one of those bored millenials hipsters who watch "bad" stuff to go online and try to do read more