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Original Chouja Raideen Ep 1 reactions and reviewIt's Halloween everyone and today..I'll be doing one of my first ever reviews on something for once. This is possibly the most scariest thing you'll ever see in your entire life. That will be called...Chouja Raideen. There are animes that are sinful and animes that are offensive but this one is a combination of both. You might be thinking to yourself,what?!! Raideen is bad?!! Are you crazy?!! How dare you diss on one of the first Transforming robots ever in Japan. To be honest,I love Raideen and only because it's directed by anime directing legends: The late Tadao Nagahama and Tomino Yoshiyuki. If you don't know who they are,look 'em up. They're awesome. Tadao Nagahama made the Robot Romance Trilogy and Daltanious,his last epic story until he passed away heroically while Tomino needs no introduction. Both of them even worked together in certain occasions which is in the episodes of Voltes V and Yuusha Raideen.
We all know that Super robots were dying in the 80's until in the year 1990,
Halloween Special - Chouja Raideen Ep 1 ReviewIt's Hallow's Eve everyone and this is gonna be a shocker to ya because I'll be doing a review on the first episode of Chouja Raideen,a show that had potential but wasted it's potential as the series goes down. To answer your questions that goes like 'Raideen?!! How dare you diss on him!! Are you insane?!!' Well,yes this is Raideen but it's far from being the original Raideen we all love and know. No,this is not a remake of Raideen but rather called Chouja Raideen a.k.a Raideen The Superior which in my eyes is a reboot of the Tadao Nagahama and Yoshiyuki Tomino collaborated effort to make one damn good series called Yuusha Raideen,one of the first Transformers to be shown in television and even appearing as the main robot in Shogun Warriors in America.
When Super robots became popular thanks to Exkaiser in 1990,its only sensible to remake such franchises to become the definitive leader of the Super robots. There is Getter Robo Go which was made by Toei in hopes of reliving the old days
For Shad73 - What Dragon Hunter should be For Shad73 - What Dragon Hunter should be
So this is what I gathered up from my dreams:
- Saiyans are gonna be Vikings because having them to do martial arts would lose the charm of most of the characters on Earth doing it so what's the point of the Saiyans having the same kind of fighting style? Make it different and Saiyans are like Vikings,right?
- Broly is used as a guinea pig to create a Mutant-saiyan a.k.a Legendary Super saiyan but it is achieved by the user being tainted with technology. This is the Legedary SSJ should've been.
- Dragonballs are earth relics,not Nameks.
- Planet Namek is non-existant. The planet that the team will find the space Dragonballs is in Planet Vegeta which is over-runned by the World Planet Trade Organization.
- My character Wouf Manaf is a non-follower of Frieza.
- Ryuji finding out he is Dr Gero's son and attempts to kill his newly-born offspring before he/she ends up insane
Ryuga's Story in Dragon Hunter Ryuga's Story in Dragon Hunter
Ryuga was the heir to the throne of the Glade of the Ninjas before the events of Dragon Hunter ever began. He was also a close friend to the Son family including Goku and Gohan which he has a close relationship with. During the first episode of Dragon Hunter,Ryuga's parents who were the Shoguns of the land of Kyoto-jin died because of old age and foretold that a great evil would ravage the earth. His mother told him that there are seven enchanted pearls known as the Dragonballs are mystical items that could grant any wish but with restrictions to them. With her dying breath,she gave her beloved son the sword that cleaves the heavens above 'Gojiretsuken' which is the family's heirloom whilst his father gave him the rank of Shogun of the valley and told him that with the rank of Shogun during Ryuga's lifelong training to become a stealthy assassin has paid off,h
Ryuji's origins for Dragon HunterRyuji's origins
He is an adopted individual in Ryuga and Tsubaki's land of Kyoto-jin where the village holds a secret where they worship a dragon god call Kirin which represents the infinity of the universe and that power in those who believed in it will never fade or die out. They are peace loving people and lived their lives,working secretly in the outside world in order to hunt the evils of the world and to purify it but not completely that is. There are rules to their clan.
They are called the 'Glade of the ninjas'. Ryuji,however felt as if he was an outcast from the rest of the clan. Ryuga and Tsubaki were his best friends,always helping each other out in various tasks until they met with Goku. This would be how Dragon Hunter starts when Bulma met them. Btw,he calls Ryuga 'Pretty boy Seiryu' because well,I kinda imagined him to look like Kurama in a ninja dogi but that's for another time when I get to him.
Ryuji developed a secret crush for Bulma and wanted her for himself. He eve
For Shad73So in this story of Dragon Hunter/DB Reboot,Goku is already married with Chichi secretively and she knows about the Saiyan heritage from Bardock who escaped the destruction of Planet Vegeta and gave birth to Goku on earth through a human woman. The world we live in is where this series would take place. Soo Bulma finds Goku and Goku tries to understand a world outside of him through Bulma. New characters would include ninjas,two dudes named Ryuga and Ryuji and a female called Tsubaki who are joining Goku and Bulma to find the Dragonballs. On their way,they met the likes of Krillin,Yamcha,Tien,Emperor Pilaf,etc.
The first saga of Dragon Hunter (which will be the name I give to this reboot of DB) all the way till the Tien Saga will have some drastic changes in which the Red Ribbon Army will be destroyed after they meet Tien in two episodes.
The heroes who are first introduced in this series is Goku,Bulma,Ryuga,Ryuji,Tsubaki and you know the drill to this.
The Dragonballs on earth have a
Kurama/Shuichi Inamune (Project Machina OC)Name: Kurama/Shuichi Inamune
Appearance: http://ryugassj3.deviantart.com/art/Demon-Lord-Kurama-353061552 He looks like Ky Kiske and Sanger in a blender but younger. Red long hair,pig tailed,looks female but he is a man,wears a japanese looking robe and belted boots with finger-less gloves with belts.
Personality: He is a gentlemen at heart and sometimes isn't the type to be fond or even obsessed about his looks. He is a rule player and is a charming young man that is often chased by women due to his intelligence of 300 and his unique engineering skills. He is also a cunning warrior and is not the type to be hesitating to strike hard while being taunted relentlessly. He cares deeply for his comrades if he knows them quite well. He's a good friend to anyone,including me 'cause well,I'm his bro. He is also a serious and cool,collected fighter,even without piloting a mech,he could still whip your ass with several martial arts. It will hurt
My thoughts on Destiny Gundam on the Real Grade
Yesterday,I received my very first Real Grade from the Gundam toyline and it was the most vibrant and memorable of all mobile suits. That was the Zeta Gundam...the most sexiest thing that came into my life. I was in love with its everything. So yeah,call me Gai from Getter Robo Armageddon/Getter Robo Go(Manga) for being into robots but that's not where it ends. My brother also received a Wing Gundam Masterpiece 2010 version from the same cousin that gave me the RG Zeta Gundam. We were stoked to see them in their glory but when I took a glimpse of the end pages of the Real Grade booklet,it happens to remind me of a dark memory. Destiny has arrived!!!
What I first thought of Gundam Seed Destiny as the years gone by?
Well,the whole point is that it is terrible. Why? It's because there is too much inconsistency,too much Mary Sues,too much Gary Stews,too much stupidity and the plot makes no effin' sense whatsoever and the only person to feel like a character is Meer Campbell,the imposter of
My wishlist - SRC Getter Robo Gou Manga Version
What if a Super Robot Chogokin of Getter Robo Gou the manga version was made?
Well since I gave you great news of such toys from Japan coming to internet stores specially for specimens like Grendizer and such, I thought I could give a little perspective of what I think Bandai and Tamashii Nations would take their next step at. We all love ourselves some Getter Robo. I myself love Getter Robo so what if their first Getter Robo would be....Getter Gou from the manga a.k.a Ken Ishikawa's best manga design ever.
It would be a shame if we didn't give him our respects for bringing Getter to not only Japan but the world while giving us the ability to combine robots in any order and even bringing us violence from a mecha anime for once. Getter Gou is considered to be the best manga by Ken Ishikawa yet but the anime sure doesn't live up to its name and the OVA,Shin Getter Robo vs Neo Getter Robo sure got its own identity while bringing back that light the manga once had and i
Scary As Hell Cartoon Characters #2 Mr. Resetti
Scary As Hell Cartoon/Video Game Characters #2 Mr. Resetti, by YoshiWii1.
Hello my fellow Video game fans! It's YoshiWii1 here. Today, I have decided to make another Scary As Hell Cartoon/Video Game character review. In this reviews, I will explain who the character is for those of you who don't know? I will be sharing my opinion, the scare factor of the character, where this character appears, etc. Please be advised that I am NOT responsible if you guys get nightmares from these characters. I hope you will enjoy this review and I hope you guys don't get too scared from the character?
==Who Is Mr. Resetti?==
For those of you have never played the Animal Crossing series from Nintendo? Mr. Resetti is a recurring character that appears manually. He isn't an antagonist (there is no antagonists in the Animal Crossing series unless you count Redd aka Crazy Redd as one since he is a shady Black Market fox.) To meet Mr. Resetti you must do one of the following:
1) Reset the N6
It ain't Easy Being Breezies - ReviewThis review will contain spoilers for those who have not seen the latest episode.
The premise of this story is that Fluttershy tries to help some magical creatures, but soon end up tending to their every need.
The first thing I want to note about this episode is that it has not been long since the last time Fluttershy has been in the spotlight in this show, and at first that was something that worried me. Historically, characters that have had multiple episodes close to one another have suffered due to over-exposure, such as Applejack last season or Rainbow Dash the season prior. As such I was worried that the same might happen to Fluttershy. However, I'm happy to report that this episode does not feel as though she's been used too much this season, and on top of that, it was a great story to give to her.
One of the key recurring themes of this season with regards to the main cast is to show how their various traits, or to be more specific their element virtues, can be put in a negativ
OTD: Sayonara Zetsobou-Sensei
(A man with a thin mustache and messy, black hair walked over to his closet. He pulled out a Kingdom Hearts T-shirt and slipped it on over a gray longsleeve shirt. He grinned as he put on some glasses.
OUTTA THE DVD!
A serious face, an elegant face, you show many faces
The man walked through the hallway, looking smug.
It's easy saying that, but as why,
Steel passed a katana with a black sheath. The spirit of a Japanese man in Samurai armor leaned against the wall with a relaxed look.
you don't know it, do you?
Steel waved at an anthropomorphic skunk, who was practicing martial arts. She smiled sweetly at that.
Steel entered a game room, where an alien tiger wearing a red Hawaiian shirt and jeans was playing a video game. Steel slapped him across the head as he walked back.
Everyone has things to hide?
Steel froze as he saw a white cat-like creature with small, pink eyes a
KK12's Top 30 6th Generation Games 25-21
Loyal Subjects, I'm the Keyblade King and let's open the door on the second part of my countdown to the best games the sixth generation of consoles has to offer.
SUPER MARIO SUNSHINE
“What?! You’ve just put THE Super Mario Sunshine at only a mere number 25 on a list of the greatest of the sixth generation games! For shame!...Asshole” –Voice of the Internet.
Yeah, yeah, I know. Let me try to defend myself on this one to the legions of fans that this game has.
To start off, it was a really difficult game to place. It’s not that it’s bad. On the contrary, the game looks amazing for its time, has a great soundtrack and gave a lot more character to the guy whose only skill was once upon a time; jumping. This game was one of the first Mario games to have proper cutscenes and voice acting. It was also the first appearance of Bowser Jr. and one of the first Mario
A Garfield fan reviews the Garfield movie
A Garfield fan reviews The Garfield Movie
For as long as I can remember, I have been a very huge fan of Garfield. My parents owned a couple of the reprint books when I was a kid, and I loved to read and re-read them over and over again. I watched the Garfield and Friends TV show whenever I could, and I also got a lot of the Garfield books put out alongside the comics, like the Pet Force series. I probably got on the nerves of my parents and a lot of my friends just talking about Garfield constantly. And I loved his cartoons so much that he was one of my biggest inspirations to become a cartoon artist myself. If it weren’t for Garfield, I probably would have never set foot into art school, and you probably would have never seen me here on Deviant Art (or Furaffinity, or whichever website you‘re reading this from).
So you could imagine when around 2002 or 2003 how excited I was when the Garfield website announced a movie adaptation. Around this time the comic wa
Logic's Expectations: Rebuild of Evangelion 4.0
To be perfectly blunt, I'm certain that this movie will suck.
Normally, I'm the guy who won't bash an unreleased product and will wait and see before I give a final opinion on if it's good or bad. I went into Soul Calibur V assuming that it would be awesome because previous games in the Soul Calibur series were awesome. I wasn't a huge Final Fantasy fan, but I didn't go from Final Fantasy XII into Final Fantasy XIII expecting the latter to suck, especially since I thought XII was great. I also didn't go into Rebuild of Evangelion 3.0 expecting it to suck after the immensely satisfying experience that I had watching Rebuild of Evangelion 2.0...
Considering my views on Rebuild of Evangelion 3.0, I believe that its fair to go ahead and call the final Rebuild movie a dud.
However, I want you to understand that I didn't come to this assumption lightly and I actually tried to pick at straws and potential ways that this next installment could in fact be good. But Rebuild 3.0 left such a mess
Nukid101's Top 30 6th Generation Games: 25 - 21
Hey everyone. REALLY sorry for the wait here, but I’ve finally gotten around to it, so here’s part 2 of my countdown!
Nukid101’s Top 30 6th Generation Games: 25 – 21
Zone Of The Enders: The 2nd Runner (2003)
The first Zone of the Enders...it’s good, it’s definitely a good game. The controls are slick, the action is fast paced, the boss battles are varied and interesting and it does at times have a very ‘Gundam’ feel to it, being set on a space colony and all.
...But with that Gundam feel comes some of its lesser qualities. The main protagonist is a teenage boy, and yea, he whines like mad. The story is also bare bones, the game is quite short and the ending is rather anti-climatic and unfulfilling. It’s enjoyable to play, but it’s far from perfect.
How lucky we are then that Kojima took his first attempt at a Robot series, got rid of many of these issues, and improved on what already worked
Review: Honour by Freedom1001 (A.F. Henley)Honour is a deliciously tangled web of outright deception, hidden agendas and peppered with characters one 'loves to hate'.
From the moment Emmett steps off his ship into a world of strict social classes and iron-fisted monarchy, this book is a visual treat, as well as being quite literally, 'a damned fine read.'
I say 'visual' because A.F. Henley's London is a feast of vivid backdrops through which his thoroughly engaging characters move, from the raucous mayhem of cobblestone streets where the unavoidable arrow of fate initially strikes to the foreboding walls of the royal residence itself.
Emmett's fondness for and determination to protect his young, innocent charge Aleyn from the vices of a world Emmett knows all too well goes far beyond duty, even though Emmett's strong personal code of ethics will not allow him to do anything less. He's a man making the best of what initially seems a very bad bargain, stuck with catering to the whims of an intriguing, yet exceedingl
Vehicle Voltron Predictions on why it was canned
My thoughts on Dairugger XV being cancelled by the time of its release
You know it's screwed up when you do not see the whole anime and remove most of its content for children programming on America. You know something's wrong when the robot is not popular than the one with space lions. YOU KNOW WHEN SOMETHING IS WRONG WHEN IT HAS SO MUCH THINGS WRONG WITH IT THAT I AN'T DESCRIBE HOW MUCH HATE HAS BEEN PUT INTO THIS UP UNTIL NOW!!!
All I could say is what the hell is wrong with you,Miracle productions?!! We had high hopes for you when it was gonna be released early this year but some asshole thinks he is some director of toys,decided to cancel it out,change the rules and just gave us the banhammer...
Ok,let's see what is wrong with this picture. Let's go back allllll the way to the start of this mayhem,shall we? First off,you're watching the last episode of Voltron: The final victory. Lotor's gone and the empire of Zarkon has been eliminated so everyth
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