The Big O (1999–2003)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Animation, Adventure, Sci-Fi


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The Big O (1999) Poster

In a futuristic city with lost memories, an expert negotiator fights threats to the city with the help of an android and his own giant robot.


7.6/10
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  • Akiko Yajima in The Big O (1999)
  • Akiko Yajima in The Big O (1999)
  • Mitsuru Miyamoto in The Big O (1999)
  • Mitsuru Miyamoto, Emi Shinohara, and Akiko Yajima in The Big O (1999)
  • The Big O (1999)
  • The Big O (1999)

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Creator:

Hajime Yatate

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5 August 2001 | JohnnyJohnHildegaard
Cast in the name of God, ye not Guilty
The Big O is one of the most creative efforts to ever come out of Japan. Combining the rather dark style of Batman: The Animated Series in animation, the giant robot action of yesteryear, and combining some really surrealistic elements, it manages to entertain such people. It is not your fast paced show with action at every minute, but it has rather impressive fight sequences with cleverly designed mechs I might add. Then you add the rather interesting characters that somehow develop during it's 13 episode run, and you've got a rather impressive series.

It's not for everybody, but I'd recommend Big O to even the most avid fan of animation.

The only bad part is that it's only 13 episodes and it stops rather abruptly, so let's hope it can get more soon.

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