Dual! Paralle lunlun monogatari (1999– )

TV Series   |    |  Animation, Comedy, Sci-Fi


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A boy who sees visions of giant robot battles in modern Japan is accidentally transported to the parallel dimension in which the fighting is taking place.


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13 February 2004 | Ofanite_of_Destiny
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| "Tenchi Muyo!" Does "Evangelion"
Made by the same team that created the classic Tenchi Muyô! Ryô Ôki (1992) (V), this is an extremely well-done series that manages to be both a fond tribute to and a sly parody of the "giant robot" genre. In particular, it gently spoofs some of the more distinctive elements of the groundbreaking anime "Shin seiki evangelion" (1995). Although a little short on coherent explanations (which action in the opening scenes of the first episode caused which universe, exactly why Kazuki is so different from his counterpart), it's chock-full of great characterization, hard-and-heavy robot action, and character-driven comedy that's never silly or cringe-worthy. While the characters are mostly high school age, adults can watch "Dual!" without fear of it being "dumbed down" for a younger audience; the writing is on the whole sophisticated and witty. And for those who don't like subtitles, the Pioneer dub is chock-full of great performances, particularly Joshua Seth and Georgette Rose.

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Release Date:

8 April 1999

Language

English, Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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