I don't know how many of you watch I-Channel, care about DBZ, or even DBGT. Howerver, right after GT is Slayers with the hero Lina Inverse.
There's something I noticed. I noticed a lot of Hebrew in the episodes. At first I dismissed it, but I'm really wondering if it's coincidence or not.
The city of Seyruun is protected from black magic (represented by a five pointed star) with a six pointed star, commonly referred to as the Star Of David. Next to the menorah (cadelabrah) it is probably the most recognized Jewish symbol.
In some episodes they also show explanations which have a series of six pointed stars, and in these stars are Hebrew letters. I paused the VCR but couldn't make any sense of it. I wonder if it is transliterated (using one langhuage's letters to spells words in another). Since the transliteration would be Japanese, I'd be at a loss.
Anyone care to comment?
On another note, the graphics aren't all that good, except the fire at the beginning, which looks amazingly realistic. It is a strange comedy, but it has made me laugh very hard now and then. The opening song has a nice tune, and I even find myself humming it now and then. Though, overall, I am not even sure why I watch it. Any other fans out there?