KIS 94059 Dub
The blurb sets this story at the start of the
21st Century with man branching out onto the
neighbouring planets. Set on Mars, the story is
one of war between the humans and a mysterious
enemy calling themselves "Gods". In objection to
the movement of the humans from Earth to other
planets, the Gods are trying to send the Earth
peopl back where they came from, or kill them if
they won't go willingly.
I guess the atmosphere was inevitably similar to
Venus Wars though the story was very
different. There was heavy emphasis on "Gods'
Subversion" where people became "corrupted" by
the doctrine of the enemy, the usual love
interest which gets involved and a lot of mecha
and fight scenes, though this was by no means a
senseless beat-em-up since there was a plot
involved. For all you Big Stompy Mecha haters out
there, the mecha in this were all fairly ordinary
battle machines, so you can rest your Eva-weary
selves on this one.
It wasn't brilliant, but it was watchable. The
animation was pretty standard, so no problems
there, and the dub was USMC's own and fairly
reasonable, though the cover was hardly
informative about the actual content. In fact,
with the Studio Nemo name on the cover, I
originally thought it might be a sub... until I
played it of course! This isn't going to break
any records for Kiseki, but it is OK to watch,
especially if you like your action but prefer to
keep your brains switched on.
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