Interestingly enough, you will sometimes find the plotline diverging to explore various side characters' stories eg. Registered users can also use our to download files directly from all file hosts where it was found on. Holland is just the opposite of what he seems to be. Since there is so little going on plot-wise for the first half of the series, most of the focus was on character interaction and relationships. It is simply a masterpiece! Dewey, the primary antagonist, takes his damn sweet time coming into direct relevance since he spends the entire first half of the series lurking in the shadows and vaguely putting together his grand plan. Quite a name to carry around. However, stuck between his grandfather's insistence to become a mechanic like him and the pressure of his deceased father's legacy, the only excitement Renton finds is in his pastime of riding the Trapar wave particles that are dispersed throughout the air, an activity akin to surfing.
Indeed, it's a very elaborate plotline. I have listened to all the opening and ending themes though. Take for example, in Shaman King. People attack and they fight back. The GekkoState assault on Capital Hill really got me stuck.
The pacing, along with the quick evaporation of my sympathies towards the cast, really destroyed the little enjoyment I was getting from technical aspects of the show. E7 involves mechas, and as you could expect, they are quite stiff and roughly drawn. This girl has many secrets and lots of potential. The character designs in the series are simple and attractive, and I really liked that a few of the characters made a point to change their appearances at certain points in the story, usually in correspondence with a significant change in their mindset and goals. The final plot of the series, when all is revealed, is actually pretty interesting. Nothing is perfect, but I believe E7 approaches perfection up to its nose! However, what is interesting is the way that plotline is explored from various angles and according to various characters' point of view.
A recap movie of this series might work a lot better since it would, theoretically, cut out a lot of the excess filler crap and force the actual plot out into the open much faster. Once again I felt the kids detracted from this but whatever shortcomings they bring are immediately made up for by the rest. Unfortunately, with the changes, the characters lose their original luster, drastically degrade into one-dimensional stereotypes, or drop from the story entirely. With all of this you may be asking why I rated it only an 8, thats because of the three kids, maybe I just dislike kids altogether but they cry at the drop of a hat, mess things up due to their own selfishness and are just a plain annoyance, I found myself becoming slightly irate everytime they were on screen. I've really seen such a diverse and complex cast of characters.
I haven't heard the dub so I can't comment on it but the Japanese voice acting fit well and no characters voice felt out of place. Renton sounds and acts incredibly young, and his voice was both over-the-top earnest, naive, and whiny. Sound effects and the like are perfectly acceptable, definitely above average. . The voice actors did a pretty good job too! He's got much ahead of him.
You won't even feel them. The others are not so bad, but take soooo long to realise it. Anyways, if you use your brains a bit, it's not hard to figure out those un-explainations! Still, there was a quite a bit of awkward dialogue and word usage. Well detailed, well drawn, good play on lighting and atmosphere gives them a truly unique feel. More series should do this, if only to accentuate the fact that their characters actually mature over time. Similarly, Woz strange hat man! Click it and That's it, you're done amigo! They have important roles to play and are here to reveal parts of the E7 plot to us, in a subtle way. Don't worry, it's here for a purpose - that is of explaining the global situation from different people's perspective.
Out of it emerges a beautiful young girl, our main female character, Eureka. Just what I've been looking. The story runs very deep, exploring such things as war and conflicts between friends, companionship, unfaltering loyalty, indomitable will to protect, duty, love, sense of justice, and the loss of close-persons. Eureka Seven E7 really deserves it anyways! Many of the first dozen or so episodes feel like filler — some characters are developed and some histories are uncovered, but you are pretty much following the Gekkostate around as they take odd jobs to pay for food. Yoh is always seen summonning Amidamaru and this scene is in most episodes. No, he's just normal, leading a normal life.
Instead, it was the crew of the Gekko that initially attracted me and kept me going through those opening filler episodes. But the positive aspects of E7 fully compensate for these small tiny losses. Unfortunately, as the series progressed, all of the characters got more and more irritating. Right now, my faves are Himitsu Kichi, Tip Taps Tip, and Sakura. Now, the backgrounds and sceneries of E7 are again impressive. You will be seeing more adult-related things, like blood and death more often.
I have listened to all the opening and ending themes though. Meanwhile, Holland also falls down the immaturity path where many of his actions and views are decidedly juvenile and illogical. Definitely a good choice of music in E7, and definitely worth a listen! Holland, accepts although not very gladly , and so Renton becomes GekkoState's youngest member, and his adventures and romance now start. The characters are extremely well drawn. And frankly, it deserves it. Go watch it and draw your own conclusions.
Eureka must return to GekkoState at all costs. This is even more impressive when you realize that there is next to no filler and what filler there is was entertaining and worth watching. Eureka at first seems distant and not quite developed but thats exactly how she's meant to be, you find yourself waiting for scenes where she and Renton interact with eachother for this is where alot of entertainment comes from. Not your general, wide-eyed anime models but they are definitely well made. But I got rainbows instead.