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He's tempermental, shallow, obsessive, incredibly intelligent and bitter.
I saw the first episode and all I can say is that it seemed to remind me a bit like Evangelion.... I have high hopes for this show though, as I've read alot about it.
He is consumed by a desire for revenge, yet finds himself protecting his new friends, and even saving the very creature he had sworn to destroy.
This dvd was interesting. It kind of catches your interest. I haven't had a chance yet to watch any of the other dvd's in the series, but I'm hoping they'll be as interesting and... Read morePublished 22 months ago by K Stevens
..that describes Argentosoma to a 'T'.
If you're looking for over-the-top action [which can become over-rated if the storyline can't back it up], intense drama OR just... Read more
Ok, see if this sounds familiar. In the future there was a first impact caused by a alien which started a war in which these giant weird sounding weird looking robots/aliens come... Read morePublished on June 21, 2004 by Sesho
I think that despite some of it's similarities with past mecha series, this series is truely remarkable. Read morePublished on April 5, 2004 by J. D Naae
Unlike Shinji, Takuto/Ryo is quite unusual--am I suppose to root for him, or jeer him? I say this because even after changing nto the not so pleasant Ryo, he keeps having... Read morePublished on March 3, 2003 by James L. Hendricks Jr.
Although the story is a bit slow, Argentosoma is still worth watching... The music is fantastic, especially the beginning theme.... Read morePublished on February 15, 2003 by "android00"
Though its allusions to Neon Genesis Evangelion are somewhat agonizing, Argento Soma's primary focus is on their characters and the interactions between them. Read morePublished on February 9, 2003 by "black_marth"
I saw the first episode and all I can say is that it seemed to remind me a bit like Evangelion.... I have high hopes for this show though, as I've read alot about it. Read morePublished on February 4, 2003 by David Nakamura