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Just finished Big O and I liked the ending. What are your guys thoughts on the show?
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>>13787614

I liked it.
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>>13787614
Favorite anime, perfect ending. I watch it at least two or three times a year. Never gets old.
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>>13787614
It's a great show.
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>>13787614
Excellent first half, terrible second half.
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>>13787614
I haven't watched it in a long time. All I really remember is that I liked most of it but the ending left me with serious blue balls.
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>>13787614
One of my all time favorite /m/ shows. If I HAD to complain about something, it'd be that Vera is kind of a weak antagonist and the switch to digital animation being very noticeable but these are small complaints.
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I don't think I understood the story that well since I suck at reading between the lines, but Big O is one of the most visually-interesting shows I've ever seen. Character interactions were great, too.

>>13787751
There's something about the old cel-based animation that fits Big O perfectly. It could just be due to early digipaint weirdness though, I don't know.
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It was okay.
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>>13787614
The show must go on yet didn't.
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>>13787614
Go watch Texhnolyze. Same main writer did both series and you can really see how some similar themes are presented. It'll help you understand Big O too. And it's /m/.
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>>13787614
First season, one of my favourite shows, ever. The second just feels so different, I don't even bother with it. And Brick Ballades only ever being used as an Easter Egg was criminal.
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Schwarzwald was right.
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>>13787620

This fucking kills me.

>Never intended to have an ending

What kind of a sick fuck does that?

Two things I loved as a kid;

Batman and Robots.
This shit brought them both together in a sense. I've been wishing and waiting to find out more about why the show never went on. Today I received that wish...

Dude's an asshole.
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You know, when ever shows end like this sometimes I go "Wow, what an artistic ending! That was so profound and deep!" and other times I'm like "What the fuck is this! When you can't end a show in a coherent way you've failed as a writer." I don't really know what to feel for the Big O.
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>>13787620
When will people learn that setting up a mystery with no intention to ever reveal the ending never works out? Same shit is what caused Twin Peaks to suffer during season 2 as well.
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>>13788934

It can work out fine. Big O wasn't about the mystery, the mystery only served to create a setting.

a lot of the better episodes work just fine without it being revealed or even mentioned at all.
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>>13789485
I brought up Twin Peaks because it was aiming to do the same thing. Issue is when you have a mystery people are going to want it solved which means the networks will force them to end it at some point which happened in both Twin Peaks and Big O.
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>>13789489

That depends on the kind of mystery. Twin Peaks was a murder mystery at it's core.

Big O was about a tragedy or huge event that happened long before the central cast was even born. Everyone chiefly involved likely dead and the consequences left to the younger people to deal with.
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>>13787614
I feel like it was too short, but I like how they looped it.
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