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If the substance merely revealed itself then what is the relation to the 1943 Philadelphia Experiment? Also, it doesn't actually demonstrate KAMI's teleportation ability at the end... Like, at all...
I agree with TheReviewTrickster about the speech being too cliched for the series. Unless, of course, it was meant to be flat, as a way to further emphasize the plot?
;) I love your cinematic bent and extraordinary camera work. It almost reminds me of Gandahar. Almost. But, there's something else... BAH can't remember who it reminds me of right now.
In any case, I am very drawn to KAMI. But, will it turn out to be Izanami-no-Kami? Was that intentional?
So...they made God? That's interesting. I'm not sure how I feel about this shift to big UN meetings with incredibly important robots being unveiled. The speech just seemed a bit cliched for this series. That shot of the eye was magnificent, though. I really like how the CEO guy is so dark and ominous. I'm guessing the phenomenon he referred to was the thing with the ship that created Mischief, since he has static behind his eyes, and disembodied minds are pretty much his description. So, if I'm going with my interpretation, they made God and shone a light into the darkness of the ghosts. They put the freedom in a body of their own creation, which means they've trapped it so it would guide them. Interesting development. If I'm going with your individualism thing, they've also made God to guide them. I suppose that would put Mischief teaching the blue guy about freedom on the opposite end of the spectrum. I'll have to see where this goes.