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Eureka Seven: AO (Astral Ocean)
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Omg, I'm so glad to see this back though I was bummed out that Crunchyroll is not simulcasting it. The last episode was great and I'm waiting to see if Renton will show up in the story like Eureka.
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Episode 5

Kind of a slow paced episode but still enjoyable. Ao gets acquainted into the IFO HQ with the others by Fleur-san:



Dat Scub burst:



That is one lucky Sloth in this episode LOL.

The second half of the episode provides the rocket starter of the upcoming fight. Relaxing episode.

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Still trying to find a good place to watch the subs... Funimations website is slow and very laggy , and until miday yesterday they were still 3 episodes behind , now they are up to episode 4 . REALLY WISH CR HAD THIS!!!! I am also really enjoying the original again..

I need to sign up for mangafox so I can post over there , really enjoy all the posts there .
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Must be a lot of fun for the little girl who played Rin-chan in Usagi Drop to play a role in this anime :D
Hope we get to see much more from Chloe.
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i have to admit im excited for this new series. i have followed the story line from the original Eureka Seven very carefully and i have also studied the movie (Pocket Full of Rainbows) very well and even though both the movie and series take different story routes i fell as though they converge in this series O.o. anyhow i hope crunchyroll approves Eureka Seven AO sometime soon just looking at the previews just makes me wonder what ever did happen to Renton and Eureka 10 years ago
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Deuswyvern wrote:

I'm really looking forward to this show. The original was quite good, even though I thought it had too much filler, it still managed to keep me hooked with it's interesting world and characters.


In my opinion, what you thought was filler was actually introducing you elements and character profiles to get you attached ;u

worked on me

Either way, I love the original and can't wait to see what this sequel brings.
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i have to admit im excited for this new series. i have followed the story line from the original Eureka Seven very carefully and i have also studied the movie (Pocket Full of Rainbows) very well and even though both the movie and series take different story routes i fell as though they converge in this series O.o. anyhow i hope crunchyroll approves Eureka Seven AO sometime soon just looking at the previews just makes me wonder what ever did happen to Renton and Eureka 10 years ago


Kōkyōshihen and the film have very little in common other than the same characters. The film was a disgrace and the very pinnacle of the word's definition. I doubt Crunchyroll is going to acquire Astral Ocean any time soon, FUNimation has the current rights for streaming and distribution. If I am not mistaken, Crunchyroll didn't even get the original until several years after it was finished. Don't even bother with the timeline since it is a complete mess at the moment, besides Renton wasn't even around 10 years ago, only Eureka was around Ao so there is another mystery to explore.



Todoke wrote:


Deuswyvern wrote:

I'm really looking forward to this show. The original was quite good, even though I thought it had too much filler, it still managed to keep me hooked with it's interesting world and characters.


In my opinion, what you thought was filler was actually introducing you elements and character profiles to get you attached ;u

worked on me

Either way, I love the original and can't wait to see what this sequel brings.


Exactly.

First off since the anime was the first medium and an original concept developed by Bones, it couldn't be filler. There was nothing Eureka Seven was based off, it was its own work. I really enjoyed the normalcy associated with Kōkyōshihen, it made the characters relatable and provided more in depth exploration of those being featured in those specific episodes. People just don't seem to appreciate crap that isn't fast paced in plot development and littered with action sequences.
The depth and thought put into the development of the series is what is astounding. Hell, few people have even picked up on all the references throughout the series. Each time I view the series again, I gain new clarity and appreciation for all of the hard work of the staff who worked on Project Eureka.
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ok I've been going over the last 3 episodes in the original series and i may have the key as to what happened to Renton 10 years ago but this is still a theory so i will not speculate until i see further evidence that i am right about it. and i have seen the episodes of AO which raises the question of Holland's kid of weather he will appear in AO or not
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It ain't bad.... for now.... Anime like this tend to be crap at the end..... Just like its prequel, Eureka Seven
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It ain't bad.... for now.... Anime like this tend to be crap at the end..... Just like its prequel, Eureka Seven


what r u smoking?! the ending at the original had a bigger meaning which is why it wasn't as good as it could have been. i doubt they're going to make AO's ending as romantic but rather a bit more nostalgic in a family sense
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Episode 5

Kind of a slow paced episode but still enjoyable. Ao gets acquainted into the IFO HQ with the others by Fleur-san:



Dat Scub burst:



That is one lucky Sloth in this episode LOL.

The second half of the episode provides the rocket starter of the upcoming fight. Relaxing episode.



hey got a question about Nirvash... do u know how Nirvash ended up being rediscovered? because i've seen the last episode of the first series and all it shows is Nirvash turning into a bunch of cherry blossoms b4 Renton and Eureka plummet down to Earth.
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hey got a question about Nirvash... do u know how Nirvash ended up being rediscovered? because i've seen the last episode of the first series and all it shows is Nirvash turning into a bunch of cherry blossoms b4 Renton and Eureka plummet down to Earth.




This version of Nirvash is technically different from the original series, because it does not have a dual cockpit, the mechanical design is not the same, the eyes, and configuration, and controls, etc.. The original Nirvash can transform to the humanoid figure but this one doesn't have those components.

I might have to re-watch the episode as I vaguely remember how it was recovered in the previous episodes.
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Todoke wrote:

In my opinion, what you thought was filler was actually introducing you elements and character profiles to get you attached ;u

worked on me

Either way, I love the original and can't wait to see what this sequel brings.


I understand that it needed to introduce elements and characters slowly, however i think that the series was drawn out too much. I felt that the conclusion to the story was somewhat lacking compared to the first few episodes, which left me with the impression that the directors needed to devote more time to the main plot.

I am unsure what AO will be like compared to the original, although it already appears to be quite different in terms of the setting. Generation Blue is basically the polar opposite of the Gecko State, and overall the new series is much more political than the original. I think the best thing for AO to do would be to continue establishing itself as a different series while retaining the original's atmosphere.

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Deuswyvern wrote:


Todoke wrote:

In my opinion, what you thought was filler was actually introducing you elements and character profiles to get you attached ;u

worked on me

Either way, I love the original and can't wait to see what this sequel brings.


I understand that it needed to introduce elements and characters slowly, however i think that the series was drawn out too much. I felt that the conclusion to the story was somewhat lacking compared to the first few episodes, which left me with the impression that the directors needed to devote more time to the main plot.

I am unsure what AO will be like compared to the original, although it already appears to be quite different in terms of the setting. Generation Blue is basically the polar opposite of the Gecko State, and overall the new series is much more political than the original. I think the best thing for AO to do would be to continue establishing itself as a different series while retaining the original's atmosphere.



this is true however i feel as though Gecko State may end up playing a vital role into how humans reformed the goverment to how it is in todays world after the Second Summer of Love if they happen to mention it at all. and also i think Geeko State may end up in this series at one point or another although the crew may be different, and it may posibly have Holland's and Talho's child onboard but this is purly speculative of course....
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madmike666 wrote:

hey got a question about Nirvash... do u know how Nirvash ended up being rediscovered? because i've seen the last episode of the first series and all it shows is Nirvash turning into a bunch of cherry blossoms b4 Renton and Eureka plummet down to Earth.




This version of Nirvash is technically different from the original series, because it does not have a dual cockpit, the mechanical design is not the same, the eyes, and configuration, and controls, etc.. The original Nirvash can transform to the humanoid figure but this one doesn't have those components.

I might have to re-watch the episode as I vaguely remember how it was recovered in the previous episodes.


ok well i got some info about Nirvash off of Wikipedia concering it's comeback and apparently the Nirvash in AO is a completely redesinged IFO Model made to surpass the original LFO Model in terms of performance. although i vagley trust half the info off of Wikipedia it does sound very plausable that they would do that. but i do wonder if they used the underline base model they found in the original? ( basically the under carrage to Nirvash b4 they put on the armor)
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