Is available on Netflix today. Read the concept, and it seems like people are liking it.
Here is the trailer (possible NSFW warning as there looks to be a second of booty in there here and there).
I might catch some of it soon.
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Posted 02 February 2018 - 09:45 PM
Ah yes, I love the book series about the Japanese samurai cyborg pacifist white guy, Takeshi Kovacs.
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Posted 21 March 2020 - 04:05 PM
Necromancy since this seems to be the only thread on the subject, but I've really been enjoying this series. I got in late to see the first season, but then saw the second season and the movie as soon as they hit. I like the the concept, and some of the action is pretty good. I can't say I'm deeply attached to Kovacs as a character but I do like the conceit that he's got a new body and appearance per story and isn't sentimental about it. I think I found the first of the three the most satisfying as a story, and there were some clever-with-the-sci-fi moments in there like the grandmother being spun up into a cheap rental on her birthdays and things. There are other places where the sci-fi breaks down a little bit - VR keeps breaking rules they've set up for other things, particularly how Kovacs is explicitly in his stack and sleeve during VR in the first season and explicitly not in the second season because the plot requires it.
Getting one of the main writers from Stand Alone Complex for the movie was - well, a deliberate choice, because it really, deeply felt like an extended episode of SAC, but an entirely decent one, which puts it ahead of pretty much everything after the first season thereof.
Shouldn't gravity be doing something?
Of course there's a figure of Rodimus as some kind of animal girl. Why would I be surprised by this?
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