>Dawn Horizon arc
What's your favorite IBO arc? Mine is the Hasmal arc.
Are Platinum games /ourguys/?
So who do I have to pay to get the rest of Crossbone Gundam Ghost translated?
Who drew it best?
Is there a less appealing artstyle than Hiraishit?
Hasegawa at the very least. I'm not particularly fond of Leiji Matsumoto's style when it comes to female characters either, though his male characters are fine. The female ones are just a bit too ephemeral and waifish for my taste. Nagano's characters often veer too much in that direction for me too, though his mech designs more than make up for it.
>going to Japan
>gonna be spending 6 days there
I've already done the standard travel planning stuff, but what do I need to do as a /man/?
I'll sadly be leaving right before 1/1 Unicorn goes up, but what else is there? Already planned on hitting up Kamen Rider and Gundam cafes, any other anons visited? Anything ya'll enjoyed?
6 days is a pretty short trip anon, you're not gonna see too much. But the Gundam museum in Odaiba (right next to the statute) is fucking amazing. And since you've posted a picture of Hakone, I assume you're gonna have a day-trip over there as well? Beautiful scenery.
Are you going to Kyoto? If so, check out the Toei Studios in Uzumasa. They have a tokusatsu exhibit where you can see old suits. They closed the awesome Toei Hero World in Chiba Prefecture.
There is a Gundam statue outside Kamiigusa Station, a small one of the RX-78-2, that they put there because that is where Sunrise is located. You could go see the Sunrise building (spoiler, it's small).
In Nerima, you can go to the Toei Animation Museum in Higashi-Oizumi. You can also go to the Suginami Animation Museum.
You can also make the pilgrimage to Bandai HQ which is right outside Senso-ji temple and hurl handfuls of money at them.
Is there anyway I can emulate the PS2 game for G-Savior?
>00 was the peak of 21st century Gundam
79 was so much above anything at the time it can easily be considered being made in 21st century
The Zeta is a single-pilot plane that turns into a single-pilot mech. That makes sense. The Double Zeta is...three single-pilot planes, that combine into a single-pilot mech while the other two pilots fuck off somewhere. Why? What benefit could this overly complicated and manpower-intensive system possibly provide?
I wish this show had more appealing character designs and less CG. By far the director's worse show aesthetically.