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Yep, looks like it, since there's not so many scenes involving her naked and covered with leaves.Danat said:as I understand it, the scene with Casca is when Casca and Guts fell in the river from a cliff, and then Guts carried her to the cave in the tree.
Indeed! Fetal movement it is... though "Berserk Fetal Movement" doesn't have quite the same ring in English, so I searched around for examples of 胎動 with more figurative meanings.Walter said:Rough translation of the kanji in the title (胎動) is "Fetal Movement" or "Quickening."
Tomo the Tomo? what is thisUriel said:Tomo the Tomo continues to not be Susumu and we all remain oblivious to the actual point.
This isn't the Ramen you are looking for.Oburi said:Holy shit, well look who it is.
Naa, no idea yet.
Well, if it turns out to be a series or OVA, depending on when they release it in Japan, it'll be two years or more before it hits U.S. shores. In other words, you're gonna have to wait a while.Death May Die said:I would love to see this CG animation on blu ray.
Too old? Na, I think her hair length is about right for that scene. It tends to get a tiny bit longer by the Guts come back after leaving the hawk if I remember correctly. She is a little "built" but I would associate that with the years of battle. I woud like to see a clip of one of the battle scenes to see hiw they animated the armies.Rhombaad said:Well, if it turns out to be a series or OVA, depending on when they release it in Japan, it'll be two years or more before it hits U.S. shores. In other words, you're gonna have to wait a while.
BTW, is it just me or does Casca look too old in CM3? One of my (many) gripes with the '97 series was that the characters looked way too old despite only being 18 for most of the Golden Age Arc. Maybe they're basing her appearance off of Miura's latest drawing style?
What does her hair length have to do with looking too old or not?Death May Die said:Too old? Na, I think her hair length is about right for that scene. It tends to get a tiny bit longer by the Guts come back after leaving the hawk if I remember correctly.
Well that's pretty much the only question there's been: what shape will that anime project take? The guy who had leaked pictures a year ago said that he hadn't seen the Griffith footage from the first CM back then, possibly confirming that it's newer material. It would mean that they're sticking with that style/studio, but it doesn't help us guess the scope of what they plan to do. On the other hand, we've seen scenes from 3 different arcs of the manga, so we can assume they're not planning to stick to a small section of the story.Sven Viking said:the only question left is what format the new anime will be released in (TV series, OAVs or movie/s).
I would know, since I'm the one who first mentioned how confusing it was, but it's just a matter of YA's communication being poorly thought-out. Like I also said at the time, I highly doubt they'd spend so much money just to advertize the volume, nor would they put an ad on the volume to get people to watch commercials on TV if those commercials' only purpose was to get people to buy the volume.Sven Viking said:Earlier, some people had been speculating that the "anime project" might refer only to these 15-second ads.
A somewhat clumsy attempt to tease the fans, as far as I'm concerned. You can tell from the Twitter guy's messages ("What? Foreigners care?!") that they're pretty clueless in general. They don't even know who their audience is.Sven Viking said:the ambiguous way they communicated things (which was presumably intentional, since they're talking about interpreting clues now).