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  1. Glad you're enjoying it! The original always had some of my favorite MS designs, even though I have to agree that I was never all that into the style of the animation.
  2. I've been playing Assassin's Creed Odyssey, almost rue myself for it. Not because it's a bad game, I'm enjoying it immensely, but it's a time sink. I start and don't want to stop to the detriment of just about anything else, at least when I start. I have been good a few days and have not put it in, but yesterday I spent the vast majority my day playing that damn game instead of anything else I wanted to do in my personal time.
  3. That's an interesting design. Non-anime, so I'm assuming manga? I assume one of the stand alone alternate universes?
  4. Well, I'm intrigued. I can't wait to see the drawings you're having commissioned and the story if you ever feel up to sharing. If you're going with the internal Guyver aspect, I'd put the receivers on the neck. Putting it on the back would result in issues calling the Guyver while wearing a shirt. Of course, it could almost be interesting to go one step farther. Instead of being two on the neck, it might interesting to have more than one receiver that completely rips off the clothes, resulting in something similar to Guyver IIF from the manga. It would make more sense, to me, to have multiple receivers as the whole armor coming out of two small holes on the neck is a little silly... in a way sillier than the extra dimensional stuff from the manga, I think. I'd be interested in the changes to Gigantic. If it is an "adult" form of the Guyver, would that mean there would be no "standard" Guyver once it matured? An overdrive would be interesting and could have added issues of the effects an "overdrive" could have in terms of stamina/energy consumption resulting in a type of "overheating" scenario with a race against the clock to finish the enemy before he ran out. Is Agito still working from within Chronos if he's a teacher? I always liked that aspect, personally.
  5. Personally, I would recommend watching anything in the UC Timeline in chronological order, or at least in terms of release, through Char's Counterattack. I haven't seen anything after that, but from my understand those series (Gundam, Zeta, ZZ and Char's Counterattack) build off of each other in some way and it would be best to watch those in order. Otherwise, I don't really think it matters. Sure, other series take aspects of the original show (the Char archetype, as mentioned above, being a big one) but it doesn't really matter, unless you really feel that you need/really want to know the basis of said archetypes before experiencing them. If you like the super robot genre (and the Devil Gundam design), I'd almost suggest starting with that. I believe it's the only super robot show of Gundam metaseries and could be a good introduction for you. Of course, since you are already interested, starting with the original is good, too. As for the side stuff in the sense of manga, etc. I haven't read any of them (well, I did read the original novels by Tomino, but those aren't canonical, so I'm not sure they count), but it hasn't stopped me from like/understanding/enjoying any of the series that I have watched. If you're really into a particular series and want more from it, then I'm sure it would be great to track them down... not sure about the ease, though. There's a lot of Gundam I haven't seen and that's almost the glory of it. You still have a lot of entertaining shows without needing to track everything down, but it's all there if you want it.
  6. I tried that, but amazon.jp said it couldn't ship to my address for some reason. So, I was planning on purchasing 30-32 on cdjapan. May need to look around and see if I can find them cheaper somewhere for the latest chapters...
  7. So, I've been a fan of Guyver for probably about 20-odd years, now, ever since I saw the first movie (don't judge me, I was, like, 10), eventually watching the second one and the OVAs etc. etc. However, I go in and out of phases and recently got back into it and decided to catch up with the manga. I think I last stopped off somewhere in volume 27, shortly after the introduction of Valkyria and Apollyon. I'm curious where we are, not really plot-wise, just logistically. I know there are 32 collected volumes, but where are we chapter-wise? I know there hasn't been an update is something like three years, but what chapter number are we on? Is the last chapter we have the last chapter of Vol. 32? Finally, I'm interested in all the latest books. I understand the nature of getting the scanlations and have no real problem with it. I already have access through Chapter 187 from elsewhere (but not really access to the $300 needed for all the complete collection, at least not yet)... is that the last chapter of Vol. 30? Thanks for any information and help. I'm looking forward to discussing the series more, once I'm all caught up. IT's always been one of my favorites, but most people I know don't know about it (or don't care for anime/manga) or just shrug it off as "that Power Rangers-like series" (don't think that's necessarily bad, personally, but that's just me).
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