The planet Earth has been turned into an apocalypse and humanity has been split in two different ways. The Dobias went to space and Shioru turned to the underground. Now centuries later, ...
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The planet Earth has been turned into an apocalypse and humanity has been split in two different ways. The Dobias went to space and Shioru turned to the underground. Now centuries later, they have returned, but they have to fight off an alien race known only as Creatures.
I'll admit I didn't even get past the first two episodes before calling it quits. The two main things that turned me off right away where.
ONE: Some of the worst attempts at blending cell animation and cgi graphics I've seen in quite some time. The cell animation on it's own is passable but not great. The computer generated monsters and various vehicles look fairly good. The problem comes when the two styles of animation interact. It kind of feels like a really cheap sci-fi show that's painfully obvious they're using a green screen. The actors and monsters just don't look like they're really interacting with each other.
Two: The English dubbing left a lot to be desired. Poor writing for the dialogue overall.
Three: The plot is unimaginative and tired. A meteor decimating planet earth maybe a realistic future but it's been done to death already.
This series does boast a lot of political agenda and character history similar to Gundum Wing. On that note it may appeal to fans of that series but all in all I'd say pass this one by.
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