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Cowboy Bebop ReviewBy Dakota WiegandCowboy Bebop Review by DwDrawings
Hey all! So this time I have another mainstream anime to review for you! It’s a show where I think fits the bill on how all anime should be. It’s a lot different from Trigun in many ways, but the execution is similar. I give you Cowboy Bebop.
Cowboy Bebop premiered in Japan in October 1998 on and ran for 26 episodes before coming to an end in April 1999 on WOWOW network. Cowboy Bebop premiered in the US in 2001 on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. This is another show where I read the manga series along with watching the show. Both have the same story line, but the show uses several underlying stories to add to the characters. The show takes the idea of the Wild West cowboy/bounty hunter and puts him in a futuristic world where space travel is possible. It’s a fun show and has a great set of characters to go with it. Lets take a look.
The show is based way in the future, where Earth has built space gates to
Sherlock ReviewBy Dakota WiegandSherlock Review by DwDrawings
Hey Guys! I know I said I wanted to do more anime, which I will, but this week I’m doing a live action TV series. I know I don’t do many live action shows, but I can’t just ignore them! They too have great creativity and characters that get your own creative juices flowing. This time around I want to do a show that is, quite arguably, the best TV show I have ever seen. This show, ladies and gentlemen, is Sherlock!
I was introduced to this show in December of last year, 2013, by my brother who has introduced me to several TV shows including Doctor Who. However, I was reluctant to watch this show for a couple of reason. To start, there has been so many versions of Sherlock Holmes over the years that you just don’t care for the character as much. Also, each season has 3 episodes in them at 90 minutes per episode. I thought it was also going to be dry and a lot of scientific babble that I wouldn’t understand, based on my v
Review of TrigunBy Dakota WiegandReview of Trigun by DwDrawings
Hey all! So I’m assuming that a lot of people were not happy with my last review of Fullmetal Alchemist. It was a mainstream anime that I personally try to avoid due to several quality flaws that come with mainstream anime. However, I would like to do 3 more mainstream animes to show that these can be good with the right elements. These animes are Trigun, Cowboy Bebop, and Ruroni Kenshin. So lets start with one of my personal favorites, and one of the best animes of all time, Trigun!
Trigun first came to television in April of 1998 and ran for 26 episodes until September of the same year on TV Tokyo and later broadcasted in the US on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim in 2003. Trigun is the adaptation of Yasuhiro Nightow’s manga. This is one of the few animes that I know both the anime and the manga. The show follows the maga series well, incorporating some of the stories into the show, but it d
Fullmetal Alchemist ReviewBy, Dakota WiegandFullmetal Alchemist Review by DwDrawings
Hey all! So this review I am tackling what I said I wouldn’t do… mainstream anime. However, after several requests I might as well. I originally saw this show on Adult Swim when I was younger and did like the show. When I watched it over again, the reasons for why I don’t do mainstream anime came screaming out at me. I’m sorry if I am about to insult anyone with this review, but I do like the show! Let’s talk about this.
Fullmetal Alchemist ran for 51 episodes from October 2003 to October 2004 on Adult Swim of Cartoon Network. It is important to know that this is the original anime, not Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, which I have to watch eventually. It was brought to my attention that the series creators were not happy with the representation of the show, because it was too loosely based on the manga series. I am not going to argue whether or not the series represents the manga series, I am only go