|From:||Lukasz Korczewski <lucasso@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, December 2, 2001, 1:37|
> Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2001 01:54:40 +0100
> From: Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>
> Subject: OT: Anime (was Re: conlang greetings? (was Re: Let me introduce
> Brces Atain!
> Hiroshi Kato <hkato@...> writes:
> > From: "Henrik Theiling" <theiling@...>
> > > Hi!
> > > Yoon Ha Lee <yl112@...> writes:
> > > > I suppose Tsuhon might have the mangled:
> > > HAHAHA! :-) That looks like sounding exactly how Sohryu Asuka Langley
> > > tries to pronounce `Guten Morgen' in Neon Genesis Evangelion. :-)High
> > > pitch in `mo'. :-)))
> > >
> > I'm sorry this may be a little bit off topic.....
> > I was really surprised 'Neon Genesis Evangelion' is "known" to outside
> > Japan.
BTW, It is one of the most popular anime among anime fans also in such an
exotic place as Poland. But as for me I've seen only sth about four episodes
and I don't understand what is this "crazyness" about. Should I try to see
> Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2001 23:10:31 -0500
> From: Herman Miller <hmiller@...>
> Subject: CHAT: Anime (was Re: conlang greetings? (was Re: Let me introduce
> On Thu, 29 Nov 2001 19:16:11 -0500, Matthew Kehrt <matrix14@...>
> >"Eva," as it is known, is one of the more well-known animes among those
> >who enjoy them here. I just recently saw the first episode.
> >On a similar and entirely OT note, has anyone else ever seen something
> >called "Zeram: the animation", aka "Iria"? It was the first anime I
> >saw, and no one else has ever heard of it.
> I have it on DVD.
It's well known among manga and anime fans in Poland for it's one of the
first anime available in TV ("Canal +" - it's strongly associated with
France but I'm not sure about the nature of this relationship) in Polish.
And I'm one of the last ones who havn't seen it yet (^_^.
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