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I must always say, when dealing with anime, that it's an acquired taste. Not everyone enjoys it; some folks down right despise it. But if you enjoy it, well, this is a high quality piece of action/sci-fi. The american dub is pretty horrendous at spots, and it's a touch gory, but if you can haul through 26 episodes (and that doesn't count the movies), you'll have experienced quite a story line. It'd be a cardinal sin to spoil it here. ;) Oh, and hang on at the end of each tape for the Omake Theatre. A series what spoofs itself...amazin' stuff!
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