Eureka Seven AO and the monster of the week


Eureka Seven AO is a series with numerous problems, many of which are fundamental flaws in the series as whole. It was a series that I initially approached with some caution, seeing signs of classic mistakes made when studios and producers attempt to make a sequel to a much loved original. There were numerous elements of this series that bore a remarkable resemblance to simile decisions within the Last Exile sequel, a series that, while interesting in places, ultimately failed due to poor characters and a lack of any meaningful story progression. Read more of this post

Eureka Seven AO First Impressions – Looks like the Scub Coral is at it again


Eureka Seven was a spectacular series, beautifully animated with a fascinating story set in a world that was both realistic while also being strange, bizarre and amazing. It was a series, which showed Bones at the exuberant best, with colorful backgrounds, great flight sequences, surfing in the sky and a fascinating story. It was however a deeply flawed series, one that hard grand ambitions which often meant that the show veered off course, and became a pretentious mess at times. Read more of this post