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Hear you have it, the only reason why some of you have come to this site. Below this paragraph you find all the images that I have (so far collected) from the gunnm archives scattered on the web. However only a few of them will be enlarged when clicked on, sorry but thats the way it is.

Also, please take the time to notice (what I'm sure you are already aware of) the massive amount of detail that Mr. Yukito Kishiro has put into his images that bring us all closer to the GUNNM universe. Whether its with meticulous inking, or just the grace of the pen, he has managed to capture even the most descreet gesture of human emotion that makes the series seem even more real.

Feel free to take all the images you feel like, they were yours before they were mine and enjoy what lush environments GUNNM has to offer.

All of the images that you will find in this section were captured from the two episode, short lived cartoon from Japan. It basically covered the first two graphic novels and was extremely entertaining.

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The graphic novel of the "Battle Angel" has contained some of the most detailed and inspiring pictures that I have ever seen. It was always the little things that Mr. Kishiro added to the image that brought onto it life and realism not commonly found in todays comics. With that, It was often the images that told the story of Alita. If you were able to keep up with the fast paced action, you were guaranteed an entertaining adventure.

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And look at this. The section that will give you an insight to what I believe are the best GUNNM images to date, or at least are aware of. Each of these images , I felt, either had the best art or realism towards the event that they portrayed.

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This image gave everything to the scene. Her widened eyes, raised eyebrows, and closed mouth helped present a feeling of surprise and suspence that just aided to what was to come on the next page. I was just as surprised as she when she opened the box.

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What can I say, I love everything about this image. Not only is it great art, but it showed the stages that Gally evolved in during the discovery of her identity. Don't be shy, it's a thumbnail so feel free to view it in all its artistic goodness.

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I don't know who created the lighting effects of this image, but good for them. For some reason, the lighting aided towards the spotlighted, fast paced action that motorball provided.

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Such a nice picture. The blinding power of Tiphares mixed with the unbridaled terror of the angel of death; this image has it all.

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This is what I feel is the greatest image ever created in GUNNM history. The broken Angel, fallen from the perch and cast aside. The only colors that stain the image is that of the pink that taints her lips. The feathered wings and scattered debris of machinery, absolutly inspired me to expand detail of my own work and to incorporate my own art into a more entertaining perspective.

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This image was created later on in the series, the detail to the perportions of Gally are a lot more detailed than that of her first series of stories. It was also just a different way to look at Gally. Very refreshing.

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This is just a cute picture. I like the expression on her face, almost innocent, but ready to stab somthing sharp into your liver.

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I love to see any art, of any artist, before its refined and touched up. It shows how the mind of the artist creates from nothing to somthing unexpected but greatly admired.

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This was such an amazing picture. I would never have the energy to continue after I had lost somone as close as Ido was to Gally. The picture could have taken both pages and told the entire story.

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I enjoyed how this image showed the more philisophical mind of Gally. Always looking out, much like her late Yugo.

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This may have to be my second favorite image. Its so simple yet has such great origionality. The position of the head and widened eyes just gives you the feeling of innocent curiosity.

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Her first run in the Berzerker body. The detail to the joints and how the body is built up just shows great creativity. Kudos to Mr. Kishiro.

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Just one groovy pic. Peace on brothers!