This is my collection of non-DBZ
anime music videos. Several of these have been played
at anime conventions over the years, and even a few
have won some awards! Please don't pass them up just
because they're not DBZ music videos, and are big file
sizes. These are the works I am the most proud of. :)
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didn't want to make a "Trigun" video
with all the Gung-Ho guns, with lots of action,
or with lots of comedy. There's more to "Trigun"
than that; there's a very deep side to the character
of Vash, something that we really wanted to
The natural flow
of the video shows Vash waking up, sitting around,
and feeling sorry for himself. It seems like
he has no friends, no-one to socialize with,
and no-one wants to accept him. Vash finds himself
thinking back to the "old times" up
on the ship, with Rem and Knives; he's now the
child he speaks of. He seems to have friends
and is enjoying himself and his life... until
the tragic day.
a rage of destruction, murdering his friends,
and leaving him with no-one. The two grow up
together, but Vash remains with no-one to turn
to, no friends, no human compassion to be found.
Vash is back to present day, still sulking to
himself, questioning why his life has become
what it is, constantly thinking back to the
times of the tragedy. Rem still hasn't left
his memory completely, but she fades in and
out of it, almost as if to tell him that he
needs to fill the void in his life with SOMETHING,
to find SOMEONE to connect with...
main joke is... yes... Shishio. He's burned.
He makes fire. SMOKE. Har har EL OH EL. Once
you get past the cheesy concept, there's actually
somewhat of a dramatic story build-up going
The basic idea
is more or less what you see in the TV series:
Kenshin's enjoying life with his friends, but
is called upon to battle against the forces
of evil, must bid a temporary farewell and get
going with the fight. The early parts of the
video have Kenshin's initial meeting with Shishio
(we threw him in earlier than what you see in
the show to kinda make our own story), then
we've got Kenshin having fun (IE - getting drunk)
with his friends (and occasionally he dances
on top of a ball with an umbrella). We get a
drumroll of Kenshin saying good-bye to his friends,
Shishio gathering his forces, and FLASH... the
battle begins. Kenshin has some friends jump
in along the way, but in the end, he must take
care of things himself; he's the strongest one...
video was created in the Spring of 2002 as my
primary Shoujocon and Otakon music video contest
submission. If you would like the quick 'n easy
one sentence synopsis of this video, then all
you need to know is that basically, this video
tells a story of a young man coming to grips
with a past life, and goes a little crazy in
the process. Technically speaking, this video
is very traditional and simple. This video is
*highly* edit-intensive, but this was mostly
for me to learn and practice making my timing
a little more tight, and to keep the video visually
interesting. This video won 3rd place at Shoujocon
'02, and appeared at Otakon.
and Mike had been thinking long and hard about
a new trailer to do. It had been a full year
since the weekend-creation of the "X-Men"
/ DBZ trailer. Dozens of ideas had been passed
back and forth, but none seemed to have the
"uumph" that they should.
Until one day when Mike and
his roommate, Andrew "Deluxe," were
simply talking about movies, and "Leon
(The Professional)" came up. It was perfect.
"Cowboy Bebop" would precisely fit
the idea of this trailer. It took three days
to remember to have Meri bring home the DVD
to rip the trailer, but eventually, it was done.
idea for this video, as most of my ideas do,
came to me as I was driving in my car. In the
Fall of 2001, I knew I wanted to make an Utena
movie music video, as the DVD was due to come
out, and the Utena movie is probably my single
favorite anime movie ever. While in my car,
I was listening to one of my dance music compilation
CDs, and the song "Castles in the Sky,"
by Ian Van Dahl came on. I always loved this
song. However, with the Utena movie on my mind,
and this song that I liked playing, it occurred
to me that combining the two might make a good
music video. I felt the fast pace of the song
could be used to show the high energy (and weirdness
of the Utena movie), and the lyrics also could
fit nicely. The lyrics being few in number,
but could be applied to the Utena movie.