UFO Robo Grendizer Review
Say everybody, quick question. When you sit down and watch recent anime, did you ever find yourself thinking, "Boy, [insert older anime title here] was much better than this?" An obvious answer would be, "yes." And in some cases, I can agree. As time goes on, people start running out of ideas that others haven't already done and have a hard time thinking of something original so their audience won't get bored or constantly draw out similarities. If failing that, they can work on well-done reboots like Shin Mazinger Shogeki Z! Hen, New Getter Robo, Rebuild of Evangelion, Dororon Enma-kun MeeraMera, the 2004 version of Tetsujin-28, and hopefully the upcoming Sailor Moon reboot in 2013.
...What? Am I the only guy hoping to see that? I grew up on the series for crying out loud!
Yet, out of all these reboots made, such as the pretty good alternate universe sequel, Kotetsushin Jeeg, or the mediocre spiritual successor to Gravion, Dancouga Nova, and the great examples I listed above, why is i