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Pages Heavily Edited
- La Femme Nikita (1990) (Images, formatting)
- Moonwalker (Built)
- The Red Spectacles (Missing weapons, backstory)
- American Gangster (Cleanup, formatting, links)
- Killer Klowns from Outer Space (ID's, screencaps)
- Westworld (Expanded)
- Primeval (Cleanup, formatting, rebuild)
- Neon Genesis Evangelion (Clean-up, editing)
- Elfen Lied (Revamp co-op with BeardedHoplite)
- Canaan (Cleanup)
- Full Metal Panic! (Revamp)
- Library War (Cleanup, formatting)
- Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex (Revamp, screenshots, formatting)
- Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig (Revamp, screenshots, formatting)
- Sounds of the Skies (Cleanup, formatting)
- School Rumble (Cleanup, formatting)
- Trigun (Revamp in progress)
- Ghost in the Shell (Formatting)
- Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence (Large-scale cleanup)
- Steamboy (Images, formatting)
- Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade (Cleanup, formatting)
- Porco Rosso (Cleanup, screencaps)
- Castle in the Sky (ID's, descriptions, formatting)
- Resident Evil Degeneration (Cleanup)
- Cube Zero
- Stray Dog: Kerberos Panzer Cops
- The Visitation
- Cabin Fever sucked like a Bissell.
- The Adventures of Pluto Nash sucked as much as an Ed Wood film.
- Cast a Deadly Spell
- Time After Time
- Cutie Honey, proof that Hideki Anno seems to be having problems with his meds.
- The Howling
- Naked Lunch
- Phantom of the Paradise
- The Devil's Backbone
- Un Monstre à Paris
- Damnation Alley
- When They Cry
- Kino's Journey: The Beautiful World
- Umineko no Naku Koro ni
- Eden of the East
- Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo
- The Skull Man
- Bokura no
- RahXephon sucked donkeys.
- Kurogane Communication
- Le Chevalier D'Eon
- Gun Frontier
- Michiko e Hatchin
- Starship Operators
- Mobile Suit Gundam 00
- Appleseed XIII (In Progress)
- Kaleido Star
- Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water
- After War Gundam X
- Tokyo Godfathers
- Eden of the East the Movie I: King of Eden
- The Sky Crawlers
- The Place Promised in Our Early Days
- Batman: Gotham Knight
- Eden of the East the Movie II: Paradise Lost
- Sky Blue also sucked donkeys.
- Arcadia of My Youth
- Time Stranger
- Black Jack: The Movie
- Mardock Scramble: The First Compression
- Black Magic M-66
- New Dominion Tank Police
- Key the Metal Idol
- Space Pirate Captain Herlock: The Endless Odyssey - Outside Legend
- Sweat Punch
- RIN ~Daughters of Mnemosyne~
- Harlock Saga
- Mad Bull 34
- Angel Cop
- Burn Up!
- Animation Runner Kuromi
- Parasite Dolls
- Black Jack: The Boy Who Came From the Sky
- Black Jack
- Re: Cutie Honey
- 3x3 Eyes
- Walther TPH
- Bernardelli P-018
- Smith & Wesson 945
- Röhm Revolvers
- Colt Junior
- Boys Antitank Rifle
- M1941 Johnson machine gun
- Glisenti Model 1910
To Do List
- Dominion Tank Police
- First Squad: The Moment of Truth
- Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040
- Desert Punk
- Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade (Redo screencaps)
- Gunslinger Girl (Screencap, revamp)
- Chrono Crusade (Watched/screencaped the first 7 episodes. That was all the mediocre writing, unoriginal story and pathetic animation that I could take.)
- Speed Grapher (No episodes screencapped. I caught a Kalashnikov, a TT-33, a M1911 and an AR-15 in the opening sequence, but I found myself unable to take the series as seriously as it wants after the attack of the amazing rubber bondage man.)
Personal Gun Images
The Galaxy Railways
The Galaxy Railways (8/26)
The Galaxy Railways is a 26 episode anime series from Leiji Matsumoto that acts as a spin-off from the 1978 television series Galaxy Express 999. As per Matsumoto's style, the show features technology that blends science-fiction concepts with archaic imagery and motifs, a style that also applies to many of the weapons.
The following firearms were seen in the anime series The Galaxy Railways:
Two of the space pirates in episode 5 are armed with AK-47 rifles.
FW308 Laser Pistol
Manabu Yuuki carries his father's old (and no longer functional) service pistol, a FW308 Laser Pistol. It is described as being a previous standard-issue weapon for the SDF. The weapon is modeled after the Colt Walker revolver.
Cosmo Percussion M78 (original design)
The original 70's / 80's version of the Cosmo Percussion M78 (virtually the same design seen in Arcadia of My Youth) makes a brief cameo in the hands of a suspect during a training simulation in episode 3.
SDF Service Pistol
All of the Space Defense Force officers working at the Galaxy Railways carry the same unnamed service pistol.
Guy Sanders uses a Browning M2HB (depicted as being a rapid-fire laser gun) attached to a futuristic mount on a tank in episode 2.
Guy Sander's Pistol
Guy Sanders uses an unnamed revolver as his primary weapon.
Guy Sanders also uses an unidentified sniper rifle in episode 2. Despite both firing a laser round and having a Metanoid display on the stock, the rifle features a traditional wood thumbhole stock and box magazine.
Miscellaneous Fictional Weapons
An assortment of fictional, unnamed energy weapons are seen throughout the series.