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Jan 24, 2014 | 2:20 AM EST

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//Hey everyone I'm really eager to bring A!M ep.2 to good ole NG. I really hope you all enjoy this installment!//

Baamo finds herself being saved by the most wanted terrorist of her time Falconn. To her he seems harmless enough but to Commander Shell he will be brought to justice... That is if someone doesn't get to him first.

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dominiichandominiichan

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 4, 2014

this is just beautifully made
felt like a lot of time was put into this
I laughed hard at the is they done OH HELL NO part XD



maddude13maddude13

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars January 24, 2014

First, please... Let me suggest that I don't mind 'poor visual qualities'... It's the story told and the telling that's important. (to me anyways)... visuals are as much a question of style ( a wholely personal trait) so over-opinionated views aren't especially helpful.
In simpler terms... As long as a minimal care is taken to ensure I know who is talking and when someone is getting whacked or etcetera, the rest is all about the story, itself. Style, as such, is what will separate you from the rest of the 'anime' genre. It'll determine why people come to see your work over others. AND that YOU must build for yourself.

From this I can guess that you're an advanced animator at the very least. You know what you're doing. So as a constructive in reviews, I can only offer questions for you to really think about...

1. Anime is generically assigned the Japanese influence... Q: Do you really have to subscribe to that stereotypical basis to be an anime artist?

2. Could you possibly advance YOUR OWN influence to the anime, and other cartoon-esque forms of art with something completely outside the predominant ideals???

Anime from Japan was originally considered supreme by the U.S. (and prob'ly other markets) because the Japanese took the animation medium as a form of 'art first'... If you only take that basic principle, the rest could flow for itself, regardless of your story bases, and your ideals and intentions...

Overall, I like the A!M series. Seriously, you've been doing some great work. This and other reviews are what humble suggestions I can offer that might coax you (and your team) toward future endeavors that would further help you grow and cultivate above the rest of the "usual stuff"... As artists, we all seek that. (am I right?)

Hoping (as always) to trigger a little growth and help...


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NeonHellNeonHell

Rated 3 / 5 stars January 24, 2014

not bad,the smoke animation in the op was great but characters look too blocky sometimes and their movements a bit off,voice actors need practice but it is a good start


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