Saw Samurai Champloo.
Was pretty good, better than I expected.
Did /a/ like it as well?
On that topic, where the fuck does one find Nujabes' music in a format that doesn't sound like it was recorded with a Nokia sidekick?
>Did /a/ like it as well?
Are you new here, OP?
Season 2 and movie never
Thats what we at /mu/ call flavoring. Its expensive to get your music to sound like that.
No, I just made a thinly veiled thread on how to find Nujabes' music.
he died too soon ;_;
I liked it
I have it on a mix CD somewhere.
No one will forget about him as long as people watch his shitty anime
I finished it the other day as well. The ending made me pretty sad. I really didn't want to see the three split up, but it fits the show.
The show had style dude. This combined with the music made for a lovely experience.
Show was pretty good, but the OST is so much better than anything the show has to offer its ridiculous.
The show itself is a B+-tier anime. The OST should be held in the annuls of musical history because holy fuck its so good.
>baby's first anime
You should probably go ask /v/
Are you actually retarded
not that anon, but that wasn't even ironically funny
Fuck off, retard
>Going to /v/
what OP should be doing is lurking instead of posting about how "le epik" his first anime was.
what are some other good samurai anime
It's much better than Bebop, with the same kind of unique mixed genre style. I liked it a lot, though the ending felt rushed, especially considering all the filler (Though, as rare as it is, the filler was awesome.) Overall the show was good, the ending was perfect, and the characters were memorable.
And by ending, I don't mean the ending episode, I mean simply how they decided to end it. It fit exactly right to each characters personality and the theme of the show. The final climax still was rushed in my opinion
The serious episodes were extremely good
The joke episodes, not so much, but it's still very good overall
Also, that ED and OP
There are tons of CD rips uploaded across the internet since none of his actual albums have ever been released in vinyl format.