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Planet X Cinema in San Antonio, TX is screening the first Guyver movie on the 22nd of February.  Not the kind of news we are hoping for, but who knows, maybe this will spawn more Guyver fans.

You can find further information here: https://www.sacurrent.com/ArtSlut/archives/2019/02/06/planet-x-cinema-strikes-again-with-free-screening-of-body-horror-comedy-the-guyver

Plus it's free!

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If 'Alita' does well...

Who knows, we might get a few more manga-based movies.

And 'Guyver' has surprisingly much in common with 'Alita' - identity, violence, how to remain yourself...

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On 2/21/2019 at 5:40 PM, Salkafar said:

If 'Alita' does well...

Did you watch it already? I really want to see it.  :)

I was happy to hear that it did well in the box office. It has good reviews and so far it's made $265.8 million against it's 200 million gross budget. I think that's a green light for me. 

I haven't seen the film yet. But I have read some of the manga and from what I've seen I think it looks good.

 

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Alita looks amazing on the big screen.

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She does.

And the movie manages to capture the feel of the manga pretty well.

It encompasses elements from the first four volumes and the OVA.

 

Also: Edward Norton!

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yes I was surprised that Edward Norton was uncredited. I saw him and I was certain it was him right away.
 

Alita was mindblowing... just freaking amazing.  It certainly gives me hope for Guyver. it has everything going for it.

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14 minutes ago, Tora Tan said:

 I saw him and I was certain it was him right away.

I literally didn't see it until the very end.

 

The naked face.jpg

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