seize it fairness: Watched the first episode of Ozma. It’s all...
  1. Watched the first episode of Ozma. It’s all right! The show’s more or less a straight forward post apocalyptic adventure story, taking place on a dried up earth and focusing on a group of sand pirates. The show feels kind of old - more like a classic sort of thing you’d see in the 80s, which makes sense because Leiji Matsumoto penned it in the 80s with the intentions of making it into a movie. It’s kind of cool seeing something like this come back and finally be made 30 years later and I’m really glad they did. I just hope there’s a teensy bit more to the show than the damsel on the run plot the first episode had going for it.

    Watched the first episode of Ozma.

    It’s all right! The show’s more or less a straight forward post apocalyptic adventure story, taking place on a dried up earth and focusing on a group of sand pirates.

    The show feels kind of old - more like a classic sort of thing you’d see in the 80s, which makes sense because Leiji Matsumoto penned it in the 80s with the intentions of making it into a movie. It’s kind of cool seeing something like this come back and finally be made 30 years later and I’m really glad they did. I just hope there’s a teensy bit more to the show than the damsel on the run plot the first episode had going for it.