Eat Souls on Friday the 13th

Topic started by gia on Nov. 12, 2009. Last post by gia 4 years, 8 months ago.
Post by gia (3,032 posts) See mini bio Level 13

 "OH GOD DELICOUS FOUR EPISODES OF SOUL EATER! *nosebleed*"
 "OH GOD DELICOUS FOUR EPISODES OF SOUL EATER! *nosebleed*"
 Evangelion 1.0: You Are (Not) Alone
 Evangelion 1.0: You Are (Not) Alone
I didn't realize that tomorrow will be a Friday the 13th until FUNimation sent out word that they'll be airing the first four episodes of Soul Eater on their video site starting tomorrow, in honor of the spooky day. (Shame they missed out on Halloween.)

The first four episodes of Soul Eater are pretty strong, each of the first three introducing a main student/weapon duo (or trio, in the case of Death the Kid/ Patty/ Liz), and the fourth is when they all group together to work on a single case.

Also of note from FUNimation: the first nine minutes of Evangelion 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone are now also online at the site as well. So check Eva out today, and check Soul Eater out tomorrow, and come back here and tell us what you think!
Post by John_Martone (2,992 posts) See mini bio Level 10
Oh cool, and for the record I love that photo Gia.
Post by ComradeCrash (152 posts) See mini bio Level 7
That's cool! Since I have only watched the first four episodes in Japanese, I would like to see how the final dub ended up.
Post by Void_Wizard (735 posts) See mini bio Level 9
First 9 minutes of Eva in English were fantastic!
Post by Nerx (13,843 posts) See mini bio Level 12
A big fan of S Eater here, l hope the do mifune some justice in his seiyuu here
Post by FoxxFireArt (2,639 posts) See mini bio Level 25
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I always felt that Soul Eater looked like what would happen if Tim Burton were to make an anime/manga.
Post by Zeouterlimits (516 posts) See mini bio Level 7
Nom nom nom Eva footage.
Post by gia (3,032 posts) See mini bio Level 13
@FoxxFireArt: Nah, I think Soul Eater's a bit too "punk" in its aesthetic for Burton. Burton tends to like a little bit more retro-- '50s in Edward Scissorhands, mid-19th century for Sweeney Todd, 18th century for Sleepy Hollow, '60s for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, etc. Even his relatively modern flicks like Batman and Batman Returns have a distinctly noir, slightly older-school feel to them.
 
I would actually say Sayonara Zetsubou-Sensei would be closer to Burton-esque, although it's a little bit more directly comedy than his works I think.
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