Just whack her in the head a few times. No, seriously, you’ll feel better.
Saying “Power Rangers” gets “Super Sentai” wrong is like complaining that Dr. Strangelove got the context of the opening plane shots and closing explosion shots wrong. Both operate on the very wrong assumption that using the same footage = trying to depict the same story.
This is the best response to this sort of mentality that I have ever seen.
I won’t lie. I prefer Super Sentai to Power Rangers by a long shot, but they are definitely two different shows. Power Rangers has its own unique campy value in spite of losing some of the original meaning and context of the Japanese show.
In other words, I agree.
Since when television ever show the subbed version of anime? Cybertron is better for a few reasons like they explain how Burning Justice happens and gives you a reason not to fast forward the stock footage scenes.
I’ve been bored at work and going back through the archives. i just noticed that the chick in this strip looks suspiciously like Dina. Must be the hat =s
And now I’m sad
i feel like its important to remind people, simply because im tired of people like her, that transformers was an american toyline before a tv show and it was an american cartoon before a japanese anime, its called generation 1, something i grew up on, and i happen to prefer those original, american names
Actually, if you snoop around far enough, Transformers was inspired by Japanese robot toys that (no crap) transformed.
In case if Cracked isn’t enough for you.
Transformers WERE Japanese robot toys. The first two years were just imported, repurposed Japanese toys from various unrelated toylines, unified by a story Marvel Comics crafted.
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