How do I into Lupin?
There's five seasons and some movies and live-action now, right?
Should I just download all of them?
All of them
You will never be accepted in the Lupin circles being a fucking single season couple movies casual watching FUCK
>Castle of Cagliostro
>1st TV series
>1st volume manga
>Fujiko Mine series
>TV series 2, and 3, and 4
>1st Detective Conan crossover
other stuff (if you want)
I'm really liking series 4. Rebecca's character didn't need as much screentime as it got (in that her buildup didn't really connect much with the eventual payoff) but the show's scripts are surprisingly good at capturing the classic Lupin feel. Most modern stuff fails to do right by the cast or the genre.
should of been TVMA desu. I want more traditional Lupin with the charming goofiness we all know it to be now with a touch of edge. These fuckers carry guns and shit but never gets that violent. Plus I need more naked Fujiko.
He's not out of character. He's just matured. The film is suppose to take place 10 years after his crazy adventures. Why do people think growing up and becoming more wise is out of character?
It is charming goofy with a touch of edge. People die and get hurt violently in the new show a lot, the main cast just usually aren't the ones doing it. I actually like that for the most part, Lupin's gang doesn't kill anybody who doesn't have it coming.
This, I actually think that Cagliostro is one of the better additions to the series. Not prime Lupin material, but really high up there.
When the Seventh Bridge Falls is probably my second or third favourite episode of anime ever, on the level of Gunbuster ep. 6 and Eva ep. 18
Anyone pre-ordered the SH Figurarts Lupin figure?
Watch the first series (green jacket) first.
If you've watched Cowboy Bebop, you'll see where they got that vibe from.
Only 13 eps and good animation for a Tv series from 1972
2nd series (red jacket) can be sampled at will, just don't watch the MIyazaki -directed eps first or the rest will seem shitty by comparison.
Haven't watched much of the 3rd, (pink jacket), it's by far the most "cartoony" series.