The mechs are thrown into the background most of the time. There is one plotline that revolves around them, and it's a very small one.
The biggest problem with the ending is that it leaves a whole bunch of questions unanswered. Lots of plot holes. The VN helps though
The most notable stuff she was involved in would be Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Zankyou no Terror, Cowboy Bebop, Escaflowne, Space Dandy, Sakamichi no Apollon, RahXephon, Macross Frontier, a whole bunch of Aquarion, the Memories OVAs, and the old favorite Wolf's Rain.
She also did Oban Star-Racers, one of my childhood favorites~
There are some newer people who forget the rules. There is also some double posting in very inactive threads, with months between the two posts.
Expectations man! They ruin things!
Whoa, let's not get crazy. Code Geass actually had a small plotline about the evolution of mecha. That's much more than GC ever had.
EGOOOOOISSSTT! Supercell was always amazing, but then they put all the best bits in a band?
Best thing since Stereopony.
There's one character in the main cast who can pilot one. It's not a big thing about the series.
CG surprised me. I held it off for years and years because I thought it's popularity would drop eventually. NOPE.
But it somehow lived up to all the hype I'd heard. I enjoyed it. The writing was awful, but it was really fun.
I'm pretty confident that the OPs along with the rest of the soundtrack were designed to be nostalgic. It sounded very 80's Saturday morning cartoon-ey. From the sound effects used, to the visuals of the openings.
All Alone or Namae? Were they the Psycho-Pass ones? I don't think I ever got far enough through an episode to hear the EDs...
All Alone With You is nice at times, but Namae is always great to listen to. All Alone definitely has the better narrative though. Extra Terrestrial Biological Entities was a great album.
I'd recommend Ame, Kimi wo Tsurete and LoveStruck. Maybe elbadaernU too. They are all very catchy.
"Spirits flying at the speed of light~"
I like Von too. That's a good song. I think it was the theme park song?
I thought it was okay at best. I think it was popular on this site?
The show forgets about all it's interesting characters unfortunately, and it seems like the director really didn't understand the story, which is unfortunate, because he actually had some good technique. It's also follows the generic Shounen episode-guide, but very very badly. Comparing it's action scenes to something like the current Shokugeki no Soma is really depressing.
I wrote a quick few paragraphs about it in my seasonal review post.
Death Note is such a slug. I really don't like the earlier episodes, and apparently they are the best episodes, so it doesn't look very promising.