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  1. HienFan
    You don't like Freezing? I remember a friend who loves sci-fi thought it was silly as well when I brought up the title to him since I noticed his anime account has no rating, I never seen this series just saw it on a 2011 chart and images looks so... racy and violent sell out materials more or less(well not on their own but when it's your only real substance...)

    The voice acting is good I'll give them that but I get this feeling it's just one of those title... it's one thing to distribute fanservice title but at least distribute those that have actual depth other than the sexiness and violence
  2. Fulgore2005
    Thanks, Autovolt.
  3. Starscreamsfan
    Oh, yes. That's right.

    Say, I know you can't check the episode during your vacation, so I wanted to share this quick review about one of my favorite Super Powers figures:


    After you watch it, tell me what you think of the toy, the details and the gimmick.
  4. Starscreamsfan
    I really hope you're having fun.

    Returning to the 60's Filmation DC cartoons, they had a lot of radio veterans, and they also had kid show host and then-future Mary Tyler Moore star Ted Knight.
  5. Starscreamsfan
    Batman had a cartoon a year later. Wonder Girl was the only Wonder Woman-related character that appeared here.

    Say, are you still on vacation???
  6. Starscreamsfan
    The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure was the name of the show, and it was the first time in which superheroes were featured together on cartoons. Here's the intro:


    And yes, Kenny could pull off some of Bell's characters.
  7. Starscreamsfan
    I don't know if you noticed this, but cartoons in the 60s were written as if they were radio shows. In these cartoons, there is a lot of exposition which is typical of radio shows. I mean, there's so much exposition that you could close your eyes and still follow the story. Sadly, you wouldn't be able to see the animation, which even though it was limited, the designs were pretty good.

    That's something about these cartoons that I kinda forgive because TV cartoons were still in their infancy at that time.

    This Teen Titans story is a pretty good example of this:


    FUN FACT: The writer of this story was DC comic writer GEORGE KASHDAN!!!!
  8. Starscreamsfan
    Oh, yes. I remember that.

    Hmm. That would work.

    I think Kenny's Scrapper voice would work better as Twin Twist than Scrapper. I just wasn't that fond of the performances in Animated, I dunno why.
  9. Starscreamsfan
    Pretty cool choices right there.
  10. Starscreamsfan
    The Deluxe Vehicles and the Deluxe Insecticons couldn't be used because of that, but they were going to use the Jumpstarters (in fact, they even had character designs prepared for them), since they were created by Takara. When season 3 came around, Hasbro allowed the writers to choose the characters they wanted to use, which allowed them to write stories without affecting the continuity. There were some goofs, but they weren't as much as in season 2.

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  • About Autovolt
    I AM A MAN! I'm a very huge fan of voice acting (both English and Japanese).
    BTVA Voice Actor
    David Kaye - Megatron, Optimus Prime, Lugnut, Trieze Khushrenada, Sesshomaru
    Transformers, Anime, Pokemon, Team Fortress 2
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