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  1. PsychicVoiceSpy
    17 Hours Ago
    Yeah, and according to the reception section, it's gotten glowing reviews!

    Glad you got that sorted out. So you're going to play some Wrath of Heaven? I did play one level as the secret character, but by that point I wasn't all that enthused about playing through the same levels again with a random new character.
  2. PsychicVoiceSpy
    21 Hours Ago

    The current manga series by the creator of Trigun, with an anime adaption done by the studio that did Sword of the Stranger, Bones. Is that an awesome combination or what?! We have to check this out sometime in the future.
  3. PsychicVoiceSpy
    1 Day Ago
    I think you made the right choice there. Just about everyone in the dub starts off REALLY rough, but as the series goes on they really start to improve, and the returning actors in End of Evangelion get downright great in places. I've heard that a lot of fans didn't like some of the script changes. For example, they drop the f-bomb at least twice in the dub and the Japanese doesn't use language that harsh, but in the scenes they're used in... let's just say I think the f-bombs don't feel out of place at all. It probably has some more problems with the script, but the acting (at least from the returning actors) isn't really one of them.

    The voice acting in the Rebuild films on the other hand, is spectacular. It's probably one of the top five dubs Funimation has ever made, and the three returning actors are fantastic. Spike Spencer sounds awkward as heck in a lot of the TV series dub, but his level of improvement in the Rebuild films would blow your mind.
  4. PsychicVoiceSpy
    1 Day Ago
    I can't remember if you said or not, but are you watching Evangelion in Japanese or English?
  5. Starscreamsfan
    2 Days Ago
    My memory on that flick is kinda fuzzy, but the only good thing about it was Christopher Lloyd (Doc "Great Scott!!!" Brown) as Butch Cavendish. I don't recall anything good about it aside from Lloyd.

    Oh, yes. It's been a long time since I watched that, and yes, the villain was the best part. It was an excellently animated movie from a great animation studio.

    It's really nice to see the stuff Filmation did. The characters were never off-model and the limited animation did have a lot of charm.
  6. Starscreamsfan
    2 Days Ago
    Yeah, the animation of the Zorro cartoon is a little bit more fluid than the other Filmation cartoons, and the sword fights are really well staged. The only problem was that, because of the tight schedule, they didn't have time to correct some errors. But nevertheless, the animation is really good. But I would be lying if I didn't say that I love Filmation's animation. Yeah, it's limited, but it's really charming, and there's almost no animation errors. I also like the style of their character models.
  7. Starscreamsfan
    2 Days Ago
    Yeah, he was awesome, at least from what I've seen.

    Yeah, I've seen the four feature films (from 1956, 1958, 1981 and 2013). The 50's feature films were quite awesome, since they were spin-offs of the 50s TV shows. The 1981 flick was pretty abysmal. The 2013 flick was extremely slow paced, which ruined the experience for me, but it's better than the 1981 flick in terms of scripting and casting.
  8. PsychicVoiceSpy
    2 Days Ago
    I read/heard that the fourth episode of Gurren Lagann had a different animation director, and that he wasn't a very good one and also unpleasant to work with (I think I also remember that he was leaving Gainax and they got him to direct the episode as some kind of parting gift). I don't remember the story in detail, but apparently that was at least part of the reason it looked so bad compared to the others.

    I read about that years ago and I didn't look for a source, so I could just be totally wrong about this.
  9. Starscreamsfan
    2 Days Ago
    Oh, and I forgot. The Zorro cartoon is the only Filmation cartoon that wasn't animated in America. It was animated by Tokyo Movie Shinsha. All the other Filmation cartoons were animated in their studio.
  10. Starscreamsfan
    2 Days Ago

    And the guy who plays Tarzan in this intro is the same guy who played the Spymaster and General Ross in the 1982 Hulk cartoon.

    I haven't seen Mask of Zorro in it's entirety, but I really dig Antonio Banderas as Zorro.

    I'm pretty familiar with the Lone Ranger, I've heard the radio show, watched the live-action TV show and the two cartoons. I've seen the matinee serials and the feature films too, but I haven't seen them for a long time.

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