I wonder if I should watch more of the series. I've never really been into Mech animes except for a few Gundam shows, but in this the Mech are alive. (at least in Da-Garn)
Not really. It's just that it was Spanish with a stupid-ass teacher or Turkish which is infinitely easier than Spanish and really much more interesting. :o I got to go to Turkey for a month for about $300, it was pretty neat!
The only time I've used it outside of going to Turkey and in class was when looking at FailBlog. It had a translation where it said "Our water is very clean! We suggest you do not drink it!", which makes people laugh because it's a translation error. The funny part is I read the Turkish and it's not a translation error, it really said "don't drink" in the original.
And if you didn't guess, my new name is Turkish. Cherry Goddess.
I cannot read Chinese, or any other language but wee amounts of Turkish really. I don't mind watching things without subs, usually it's really not THAT hard to understand what's going on, and animes tend to have their SUPER SPECIAL ITEM/MOVE/PLACE/MECH as an English word. xD;
The King of Braves GaoGaiGar, it's in the same series as this one, The Brave Fighter of Legend Da-Garn.
x) I wouldn't call it "testosterone-filled" as he's really like a delinquent-but-not little boy, but it's defiantly a show for boys and isn't as childish as others.
Hehe, that's the main character's father. The main character who also shares the same VA with Satoshi, thus how I found the anime in the first place. It's old (1992!) but it's pretty good. Even if the only episodes I found have Chinese subs...
I really have to wonder why nothing ever gets finished. No other fan development communities I've ever been part of had that problem. Maybe the general age group is too low, or maybe it's just the nature of internet communication that stops teams from working together well enough. Oh well.
All I know is that I'm too stubborn and prideful to give up. :O