Warning: Illegal string offset 'everset' in /home/check/check.animeblogger.net/wp-content/plugins/blog-metrics/blog_metrics.php on line 125

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/check/check.animeblogger.net/wp-content/plugins/blog-metrics/blog_metrics.php:125) in /home/check/check.animeblogger.net/wp-includes/feed-rss2-comments.php on line 8
Comments on: Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha The Movie 1st – Priorities http://check.animeblogger.net/2010/12/18/magical-girl-lyrical-nanoha-the-movie-1st-priorities/ Unsurprisingly Still Single Mon, 07 Nov 2016 03:46:44 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3 By: Meagen http://check.animeblogger.net/2010/12/18/magical-girl-lyrical-nanoha-the-movie-1st-priorities/comment-page-1/#comment-136852 Meagen Fri, 14 Jan 2011 10:28:12 +0000 http://check.animeblogger.net/?p=984#comment-136852 The movie tie-in manga is the most angsty and depressing thing ever. In the first chapter, we learn that a pre-magic Nanoha just has to go to the pier now and then to *break down and cry* at the utter emptiness and lack of direction in her life. The movie tie-in manga is the most angsty and depressing thing ever. In the first chapter, we learn that a pre-magic Nanoha just has to go to the pier now and then to *break down and cry* at the utter emptiness and lack of direction in her life.

]]>
By: Balorn http://check.animeblogger.net/2010/12/18/magical-girl-lyrical-nanoha-the-movie-1st-priorities/comment-page-1/#comment-125344 Balorn Sat, 18 Dec 2010 23:38:55 +0000 http://check.animeblogger.net/?p=984#comment-125344 Hm... guess I'll have to see if I can hunt down the commentary track and an English translation of it. Ideally, it would be published here (US) on blu-ray, commentary and all, but I'm not going to hold my breath for that. What impressed me was that they managed to include pretty much all the major plot bits <i>and</i> add a good bit more backstory. It was nice to finally get some more info and characterization for Linith, for example, who seemed to show up out of nowhere in Fate's dream at the end of A's (yes, I've heard she's introduced in the Sound Stages; that doesn't do me a lot of good). I do suggest, if you haven't already, that you track down and read the manga for the movie. Though it splits off into AU, it still includes even more backstory, including explaining those flashes from Nanoha's memories we briefly see when she's deciding what to talk to Fate about, among other things. I do wonder how they're going to handle A's though; canonically, the movie exists within the Nanoha universe, but as I understand Admiral Graham's actions, which kinda <i>drive a good chunk of the plot</i>, aren't exactly supposed to be public knowledge. Guess we'll just have to wait and see. Hm… guess I'll have to see if I can hunt down the commentary track and an English translation of it. Ideally, it would be published here (US) on blu-ray, commentary and all, but I'm not going to hold my breath for that.

What impressed me was that they managed to include pretty much all the major plot bits and add a good bit more backstory. It was nice to finally get some more info and characterization for Linith, for example, who seemed to show up out of nowhere in Fate's dream at the end of A's (yes, I've heard she's introduced in the Sound Stages; that doesn't do me a lot of good).

I do suggest, if you haven't already, that you track down and read the manga for the movie. Though it splits off into AU, it still includes even more backstory, including explaining those flashes from Nanoha's memories we briefly see when she's deciding what to talk to Fate about, among other things.

I do wonder how they're going to handle A's though; canonically, the movie exists within the Nanoha universe, but as I understand Admiral Graham's actions, which kinda drive a good chunk of the plot, aren't exactly supposed to be public knowledge. Guess we'll just have to wait and see.

]]>