And considering what he's trying to push - Hard Sci-Fi - via what is basically a rip-off of Sunrise's "Gundam" franchise*: thus helping himself to more than his fair share of Japan's culture, I wonder what Bri thinks of Baymax in "Big Hero 6"?!
But then, "Soukyuu no Fafner" - even though is essentially "Neon Genesis Evangelion" if Nietzsche were alive today and had written an anime series - is a far more refreshing change than what he can't do with his 'imagination' what CLAMP have with another smash hit mecha-based franchise by Sunrise, "Code Geass".
The sequel to "SnF" shows how the last remnants of Japan after an invasion of Earth by hideous interdimensional aliens use the enemy's own technology incorporated into their mecha to become superior to such via using their biotech to evolve into more powerful forms. And said enemy - the Festum - are infinitely worse than the Shadows in "Babylon 5".
Anata wa soko ni imasu ka...?
(If you hear that over your communications, and you answer: you're dead)
Oh, a "Buy My Book" ending. How classy!
Bri = Mack Major 2.0...?!