Lyrical Nanoha – Franchise Retrospective by Digibro

If you haven’t had the chance to watch this awesome three-part retrospective on the Nanoha franchise, now’s your chance. On behalf of die-hard Nanoha fans everywhere, thank you. And who knows, these might also a cool avenue to introduce new fans to the franchise. Either way, sit back and enjoy this overview of the entirety of the Nanoha franchise as things stand today.

 

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3 Responses to Lyrical Nanoha – Franchise Retrospective by Digibro

  1. yoyo says:

    Thank you for the Info 😀

    I wish they could make it more clear that after the game Triangle Heart 3 there was a game with Nanoha as the MC (who was Magical girl) and the OVA “Triangle Heart 3 Sweet songs forever” is continuation of the game “Triangle Heart 3” and is taking place 4 year after it.

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  2. yoyo says:

    I meant that they made it/said it in a way that cause confusion

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  3. Ali says:

    Whenever I read/heard comments of the stories or the characters of Nanoha series being boring and weakly portrayed, I would strongly disagree with it. To me, they are fresh, creative, exciting and the most interesting anime I have ever seen. What’s more is that the stories and characters were deeply portrayed with a heart and emotion, as well as substantial actions and intelligent weapons. It is very satisfying, especially in A’s and Strikers. They were built up bit by bit to make the stories stable and made lots of sense compared to other anime series.

    The only thing I found it a bit waste of time is probably the characters’ transformation sequences. However, most anime has such repetitive sequences in every episode. The boringness in other anime is that the plots and problem solving methods are often the same and nothing more than fighting scenes with only a change of villains.

    I suppose such differences in views might come from the distinctive features between males and females.

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