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The Big O II, Vol. 4: Aggressive Negotiations

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  • Format: Animated, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Bandai
  • Release Date: July 27 2004
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
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  • ASIN: B00026L8XA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #157,789 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa679ebac) out of 5 stars 5 reviews
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa67a5f30) out of 5 stars An incredible conclusion to Big O Aug. 3 2004
By Darth Nat - Published on Amazon.com
The Big O is truly a special anime. It is both deep and action-packed, thought-provoking and exciting. The Big O is certainly an anime any fan of giant robots should pick up, and its great characters may draw fans who might not necessarily like mecha anime.

Big O is noteworthy in that it is one of the very few series to get a sequel because the American audience demanded it. The series was originally going to be a measly 13 episodes, but the fans complained because of the huge cliffhanger at the end of the last episode. Cartoon Network heard their plea, and produced another 13 episodes of the series.

In my opinion, the second season is not quite as good as the first. The storytelling and art are not done in the same fashion as in season one. Whereas the first season used drab colors to convey the sense of hopelessness and despair in Paradigm City, season two abandons this in favor of more vivid and bright colors. However, this is by no means bad, as the new animation and coloring looks exceptional. It just doesn't convey the grunginess of Paradigm as well as the first season did. The storyline is presented in more of a coherent narrative with each episode directly tying into the next. This was my major problem with the second season. I loved how the first season gave you bits and pieces of the overall story through each individual case Roger Smith completed (or failed to complete). It gave the series a great amount of depth.

The episodes themselves are incredible, however, and the last four are among the best of the entire series. Some moments are absolutely breathtaking, such as when Roger faces off against a rebuilt Big Duo while racing against the clock to save Dorothy, or when Roger finally reveals the true power of Big O in the final episode. The episodes flawlessly mix plot development with great battles.

One of the greatest things about Big O that makes it a timeless anime classic is the storytelling. Big O tells an epic mystery story, and it does it with style. The great thing about this series is that it is one you can really discuss and have different theories on what exactly happened. The series has this habit of blowing everything you previously thought right out of the water in a matter of minutes. And, like the ending to season one, the ending to season two simply presents more questions rather than answering everything.

As always, Big O has incredible music, especially in these last episodes. The heroic battle themes and brooding, driving choruses truly set the stage for the epic finale. Overall, it's a treat to listen to.

Big O is an anime I can recommend to any fan. It has all the things that make anime great: deep characters, a great plot, incredible action sequences, and good music. If you watch Big O with an open mind and ponder the many things that happen, I'm sure you won't be disappointed.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa679a27c) out of 5 stars "It's Show Time!" May 20 2012
By Tommy Nunez - Published on Amazon.com
The stage is set the actors are ready not knowing what the plot is or what is going to happen next. This can be describe as Big-O Season 2 finale. Acts 24-26 are the last 3 episodes of The Big-O. Which Cartoon Network co-produce, with the ratings they saw. The network decided to end it in Act 26. With another 26 ep on hold as a back up in case the makers of Big-O wanted to do more but when the series ended in Act 26. It left many fans of Big-O on a split. You decide if you think the series was intended to end here or continued. Anyway prior villains of Big-O make a return to give Big-O some hurting. Act 24 "The Big Fight" sees Roger and Big-O taking on Big-Duo Inferno in this battle of my megaduce is better than yours battle. Act 25 "The War Of Paradigm City" Big-O is getting repair from "The Big Fight" while Roger confronts the terror that is the underground. (You must see Act 4 from season 1 to understand this episode). Big-Fau is operational again with Dorothy's hard drive which contains the hidden memories everyone was looking to control Big-Fau. The union secret will be revealed at the very end of the episode which would lead to the series finale of Act 26 "The Show Must Go On" as Roger and Big-O take on Alex Rosewater and Big-Fau. Worth watching over and over again as they say "The Show Must Go On"
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa665d720) out of 5 stars "Young lady, you are surely a memory." Sept. 20 2004
By TheAngelofHavoc - Published on Amazon.com
...And as the world falls around them, Dorothy and Roger battle the final force, telling Angel that there is so much to live for and then...

Big O fans, get ready for a shocker! I have to tell you, there were a lot of things here that I didn't expect. I never saw the last episode on tv, I missed it...but now that I've seen it, I'm left with a gaping mouth!!!

Fans will not be disappointed with the ending. It answers most of the burning questions.

Buy the DVD...you'll love it!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By P. Loy - Published on Amazon.com
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Love it when Roger Smith calls Big O. My favorite anime! I have the complete collection plus some of the individual DVDs before purchasing the box collection. An anime for the family. No harsh language, blood or guts, or obscene situations.
HASH(0xa70df198) out of 5 stars One of the best final volume I was looking for Aug. 31 2013
By P.K. - Published on Amazon.com
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Volume 4 of one of the best. If you want them all get BIG O and BIG O II complete collection (this would be disc 4 big o II)