This episode (of the anime) is pretty funny, I was giggling throughout a lot of it given the seriousness of the music and the laid-back attitude that Yang Wen-li had in the face of a suicide mission. 75 more words
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Another episode over Legend of the Galactic Heroes, this time we see the continued development of Lohengramm’s rise to power and the scheming by Phezzan in influencing the affair. 61 more words
Here’s another installment in our episode-to-episode coverage of Legend of the Galactic Heroes.
This episode establishes the backstory of Siegfried Kircheis and Reinhardt Von Lohengramm as they receive promotions from the King for their exploits at the Battle of Astate. 54 more words
Now up in the online Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, my justifiably massive entry on the Japanese author Yoshiki Tanaka. Despite being a familiar name to anime fans and manga readers, this is the first time anyone has published an overview of his work, and even this 2500-word behemoth misses out a lot of his detective fiction and Sinology publications. 33 more words
Here’s another installment in our episode-to-episode coverage of the SF anime classic, Legend of the Galactic Heroes.
I really do like how small both Jessica Edwards and Secretary of Defense Truniht are, the enormous stage adds to that overwhelming sense of producing, via imaginative and physical labor, the monolithic idea of the nation-state with no actual referent other than the small people who work with and confront each other. 105 more words
We continue our episode-to-episode coverage of this classic SF anime. This episode continues with the battle where the Free Planets Alliance was getting beat by the smaller, more tactically versatile Imperial Fleet led by Lohengramm (how do you spell his name?) 25 more words
BIG IMPORTANT NOTE: If, for whatever reason you haven’t watched this yet and are reading this post beforehand, there are major spoilers below after the break. 1,567 more words