Yes, that simple. The broadcaster may run into technical trouble setting this up. You will either bear with him or you will exit. No bitching will be tolerated. However, feel free with making new friends with video-minded experts while here. These people do not play around, and they are huge fans of anime.
yes, i have been ***extremely critical *** of the actual manga, however, simply showing the anime SHOULD APPEAL TO ALL FANS OF CLAYMORE OUT OF GENERAL INTEREST
I DO SINCERELY WANT TO SEE EVERYONE THERE TOMORROW. THIS MEANS SATURDAY.. FEBRUARY 8TH 2014. THANKYOU THAT IS ALL.
Last edited by fluorideconspiracy; February 08, 2014 at 09:28 AM.
Re: ALERT: YOU HAVE 20 HOURS TO PUBLICY WATCH THE CLAYMORE ANIME.
Linky no worky. But thats no prob, I was late seeing this and don't have time to be watching anime right now anyhow, and I have the bluray set anyhow. I for one, REALLY liked the anime. The manga obviously has the advantage of continuing on (and of course being the actual, original work), but I love the effect of the story combined with live action, color, music. I just love the OST for Claymore, but I'm weird like that. I saw the anime first, so thats what really captured my heart, and I thought other than the final few episodes they did an excellent job.
I am thinking about re-watching it sometime in subtitled instead of dubbed though, just to experience it. Many say they prefer subtitled in general, and I just lent out my Claymore disks to a friend I just realized was into anime, and he watched it subtitled. Caught me off guard a bit since I hadnt ever considered watching it that way, but maybe its better IDK. I just can't imaging Clare's voice not being Stephanie Young, or Helen and Rubel in particular I thought their voice acting was spot on. But it is a goal to rewatch it in Japanese some time.
Last edited by TStew; February 09, 2014 at 10:37 PM.