Dec 22, 2009

Ragnarok The Animation

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Ragnarok the Animation is an anime based on the MMORPG Ragnarok Online, produced in the first quarter of 2004 and was broadcast on TV Tokyo of Japan. In 2005, it was broadcast on SBS in Korea. It has 26 episodes. The Philippine and Brazilian distributor of the game, Level Up! Games, Inc., cooperated with ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation for local licensing and distribution rights of Ragnarok the Animation. On January 22, 2007, FUNimation Entertainment announced the U.S. license of Ragnarok on the website's Kickoff 07.

The story happens in the same world of Rune-Midgard. An evil entity called the Dark Lord wants to create chaos in the world with the help of seven crystals that represent the seven ambitions (also known as the Seven Strengths) who sealed him away years ago.

Dec 21, 2009

The Vision of Escaflowne

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The Vision of Escaflowne (Tenkū no Esukafurōne?, lit. Escaflowne of the Heavens) is a 26-episode Japanese anime television series produced by Sunrise Studios and directed by Kazuki Akane. It premiered in Japan on April 2, 1996 on TV Tokyo, with the final episode airing on September 24, 1996.

Sony's anime satellite channel, Animax also aired the series, both in Japan and on its various worldwide networks, including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, South Asia. The series is licensed for Region 1 release by Bandai Entertainment.


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Blood+, pronounced as "Blood Plus", is an anime series produced by Production I.G and Aniplex and directed by Junichi Fujisaku. The series premiered in Japan on Sony's anime satellite channel, Animax, as well as on terrestrial networks such as MBS, TBS, and RKB on October 8, 2005. The final episode aired on September 23, 2006. Blood+ is licensed for international distribution in several regions through Sony Picture's international arm, Sony Pictures Television International (SPTI).

Under the care of her adoptive family, Saya Otonashi has been living the life of an anemic and amnesiac, but otherwise ordinary schoolgirl. Saya’s happy life is shattered when she is attacked by a chiropteran, learning that she is the only one who can defeat them.


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Witchblade is an American comic book series published by Top Cow Productions, an imprint of Image Comics, from 1995 until present. The series was created by Top Cow editors Marc Silvestri and David Wohl, writers Brian Haberlin and Christina Z, and artist Michael Turner.

Sought by the greed of men since the dawn of human kind, but only bestowed upon the women whose fate it forever scars... The Witchblade. Is it the righteous sword of God? Or hand of the Devil himself. Now a new bearer has been chosen. And she must discover the answers for herself. As she stands on the brink of destiny, she is forced to seek the balance between ecstasy and ruin."-Anime prologue for each episode.

Dec 19, 2009

Initial D: Battle Stage OVA

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Initial D Battle Stage 2 summarizes the major street races from the recent Fourth Stage TV series. While the first Battle Stage had every battle re-animated from scratch, the only episodes altered in the second version were the early races in stage 4, to match with the visual style of the latter portion of Stage 4.

Additionally, two races that were previously seen only in the manga were animated specially for the feature. The first race is Takahashi Keisuke vs. Atsuro Kawai's Nissan Skyline GT-Turbo (ER34), and the other is Keisuke vs. Smiley Sakai's Honda Integra DC2. Both races are noticeably shorter than the other races in the feature.

Initial D: Fourth Stage

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This series focuses on the exploits of the new team founded by Ryosuke, Project.D, which is comprised of Ryosuke (leader and strategist), downhill specialist Takumi, uphill specialist Keisuke, and a staff consisting primarily of members of the Akagi Red Suns. The team travels the region, challenging other teams and posting the results of the battles on their website. Each race is intended by Ryosuke to develop a specific area of his drivers' skills. By this time, Takumi matures slowly into a more confident and knowledgeable street racer, while Keisuke improves on his technical driving skills.

Takumi instinctively develops many new techniques through his own ingenuity after some prompting by Ryosuke, such as passing with his headlights off so that his opponent is unable to see him coming and block him, and using weight shifting to execute maneuvers similar to the gutter-hook technique on Akina. Ryosuke also formed the team because in a few months he is headed for medical school, and this is his last chance in a long time to indulge in street racing. Takumi, on the other hand, contends with the "Four-Wheel Drive Complex" when he was overtaken by a Subaru Impreza WRX STi, a 4WD car, on one of his delivery runs. It is later revealed that his father was driving the car. Bunta then allowed Takumi to deliver Tofu, as well as practice, in the Impreza (alternating with the Trueno) to improve his skills as a driver and to get a feel of what modern cars can do.

Initial D: Second Stage

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A group of street racers called Team Emperor, all using Mitsubishi Lancer Evolutions, appear in the Gunma area, defeating anyone in their path, until one of them, Seiji Iwaki, was defeated by Takumi, breaking their winning streak. Their leader, a professionally-trained driver named Kyouichi Sudo, challenged Takumi to a race to “teach him some things” and as a sort of cover event for his race with Ryosuke, his primary target. This race saw Takumi's AE86 blow its engine.

While it may have been a defeat for Takumi, Kyouichi did not consider it a race instead considering it more as a seminar to show Takumi how much he needs a better car as he believes the 86 is far too old to match Takumi's skill level. Kyouichi, believing in his street racing philosophy that professional circuit techniques were adequate to conquer the mountains passes, races Ryosuke who had the opposing philosophy that somehow, the fastest street racing required more than just what the circuit could teach.

Initial D: First Stage

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Initial D (Inisharu Dī?) is a manga by Shuichi Shigeno which has been serialized in Kodansha's Young Magazine since 1995. It has been adapted into a long-running anime series by Pastel, Studio Gallop, and OB Planning, which premiered in Japan on Fuji TV and Animax, and a live action film by Avex and Media Asia. Both the manga and anime series were licensed for distribution in North America by Tokyopop; the Tokyopop version of the manga is out of print as of August 31, 2009.

The anime and manga focus on the world of illegal Japanese street racing, where all the action is concentrated in the mountain passes and rarely in cities nor urban areas, and the drift racing style is emphasized in particular. Keiichi Tsuchiya helps with editorial supervision. The story is centered around the Japanese prefecture of Gunma, (mostly Shibukawa where Takumi's home is) more specifically on several mountains in the kanto area and in and their surrounding cities and towns. Although some of the names of the locations the characters race in have been fictionalized, all of the locations in the series are based on actual locations in Japan.

Dec 18, 2009

Ikkitousen: Dragon Destiny

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Loosely based on the novel 'Romance of the three kingdoms', modern day Japan sees a similar struggle for power between different rival schools with the three strongest being; Kyosho Academy led by Sousou Moutoku, Nanyo Academy by Sonsaku Hakufu and Ryuubi Gentoku from Seito High School.

Together these three tousei, each with their own mangatama, fight for the honour of becoming ikki tousen and fulfilling their fated destiny through battle and conquest.

Ikkitousen: Great Guardians

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Preparing for the battles to come, tournaments and to fight against new opponents from over the world, Hakufu is working to have enough money to make her dream true. But she doesn't consider that old and new allies and enemies will come to scene, and also being a weak leader to the eyes of her companions.

A sister also appears. She doesn't even know her mom's past so better to start from the local stuff before attempting to go

Dec 17, 2009

Bleach Spoiler Chapter 386: The Bestial

Credit: Maaru of FLOL and
Verification: Confirmed

Tousen turns into Ryuk (Or something like a Fly person)

Tousen with his eyes open: …. I can see… I can see….! I can see, Komamura…!!!! Fu… hahahahahahaha I can see, I can see, I can see, I can see!!!! Is that the sky?! Is this blood?!! Is this the world?! —- Is that you, Komamura? Just like I thought, you’re quite ugly.

And what is torn to pieces…!?
In front of his dead friend’s grave,

Tousen: For the sake of justice, she loved this world, and thus for the sake of this world and for upholding justice she became a shinigami. I, for that justice that she wanted to uphold, have disappeared. I, who had bet my own life to follow her, have decided. That is why I became a shinigami.
Komamura parrying attacks
Komamura: Tousen— At that time, I felt that your words carried a faint lie. No matter how many times you said, “the world that she loves,” never did you say, “the world that I love”.

Naruto Spoiler Chapter 476: Sasuke vs. Danzou

madara looking from a higher place both danzou and sasuke
danzou’s sharingans in his right arm start moving
karin hides in the shadow “what’s with that right arm ? a lot of sharingans? gross!?

sasuke: what’s with that right arm?
danzou: several things happened it’s a long tale

sasuke: if i ask the reason my rage will increase let’s leave it at that i’ve already decided to kill you but before that there’s one thing i want to ask you
sasuke: is it true that because of the orders of the higher ups of konoha including yourself uchiha itachi killed my family
danzou: hare, boar, ram (handseals)
sasuke seeing everything with his sharingan
danzou starts to run and punches sasuke

Dec 15, 2009

Zoids Fuzors

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Zoids Fuzors (Zoido Fyūzāsu?) is an anime series, linked to the Zoids toy line of the same name. It is the third Zoids series, following Zoids: New Century Zero in order of production. The series is 26 episodes long, however, the show had an unsuccessful U.S. broadcast, and was eventually canceled after 13 episodes.

Similar to Transformers: Armada, the show was first broadcast in the U.S. instead of Japan (also, the Japanese version contained improvements added to the episodes over the time between releases).

Zoids Genesis

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Zoids Genesis (Zoido Jeneshisu?) is the fourth anime installment of the Zoids franchise. It tells the story of Ruuji Familon, a young boy who finds a Liger-type Zoid during a salvage mission. Initially, the village is attacked by Bio-Raptor Bio-Zoids, and later a Bio-Megaraptor. After the village generator is destroyed in combat, Ruuji takes the Murasame Liger Zoid and leaves the village alongside Ra-Kan and Rei Mii to find a generator mechanic or the village will be destroyed. Through his journey Ruuji learns he must fight against Digald. It aired on TV Tokyo from April 2005 to March 2006.

In July 2006, the series was announced to appear as a part of Toonami Jetstream, an online internet streaming project featuring current Toonami shows and all-new titles. Viz Media has indeed licensed the show as of August 2007. However, Toonami Jetstream was removed from the internet shortly after the Toonami television block was removed, so it is unknown if Zoids: Genesis will ever get a North American release, online or otherwise. It has been shown, however, on several markets outside the United States.

Great Teacher Onizuka: The Early Years

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Eikichi Onizuka and Ryuji Danma are the deadly duo, Oni-Baku (Demon Explosion), with the sole mission of losing their virginities. As they turn away from the gang life to accomplish this, old enemies resurface to haunt them, and new ones appear to take their fame.

Before taking the women, Oni-Baku must first show their adversaries exactly who is the baddest in Shonan Beach.Ekichi Onizuka and Ryuji Danma are members of infamous biker gang, Oni Baku.

Great Teacher Onizuka

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Great Teacher Onizuka (Gurēto Tīchā Onizuka?), officially abbreviated to GTO, is a Japanese shōnen manga written and illustrated by Tohru Fujisawa. It was originally serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from May 1997 to April 2002. The story focuses on 22 year-old ex-bōsōzoku member Eikichi Onizuka, who becomes a teacher at private high school Holy Forest Academy, in Tokyo, Japan.

It won the 1998 Kodansha Manga Award for shōnen, and is a continuation of Tohru Fujisawa's other manga series Shonan Junai Gumi (lit. "Shōnan True Love Group") and Bad Company, both of which focus on the life of Onizuka before he becomes a teacher in Great Teacher Onizuka. As of 9 June 2009, a sequel to the GTO manga was released in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine under the title "GTO - Shonan 14 Days".

Guin Saga

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The Guin Saga (Guin Sāga?) is the title of a best-selling heroic fantasy novel series by the Japanese author Kaoru Kurimoto, in continuous publication since 1979. A record 100 volumes were originally planned, but as of the author's death in May 2009 the total stands at 126 volumes, with 21 side-story novels.

She was working on the 130th volume of Guin Saga up until 23 May 2009, after which point she became too ill to write. After the 100th book in the series was published in 2005, an event to celebrate this was held in Tokyo, with 600 attending. Guin Saga is the longest continuing single-writer's work in the world with total circulation exceeding 28 million worldwide.

Dec 14, 2009

Monster Rancher

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Monster Rancher, known in Japan as Monster Farm (Monsutā Fāmu?), is a 73-episode anime series based on the Monster Rancher series of video games made by Tecmo. It had originally aired in Japanese television on TBS from April 17, 1999 to March 25, 2000.

Before the world's continents broke up into pieces, a huge disaster hit the world. People prayed to God for help, and God created new life forms. However, new life forms brought new troubles, so God became exasperated and sealed them in "disc stones". Many years have passed since then and God entrusted the humans with the secret of "disc stones". Today people still continue searching for these missing "disc stones" to unlock the lifeforms within.

Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust

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Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust is a 2000 Japanese anime film, written and directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri, with characters designed by Yutaka Minowa. It is the sequel to 1985's Vampire Hunter D, and is based on the third of Hideyuki Kikuchi's Vampire Hunter D novels, D - Demon Deathchase.

Continuing his quest to rid the world of the Nobility, the Vampire Hunter D, a dunpeal (half human, half vampire), is summoned by the Elbourne family to rescue their daughter Charlotte from the captivity of Meier Link.

Vampire Hunter D OVA

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In the year 12,090 A.D technology and the supernatural have overtaken the world. But thanks to the overzealous ambitions of man, the world remains desolate and despotic.

What's left of the human race is divided into various towns and cities living in fear of vampires who compose and exist as the Nobility, fending off the monsters and mutants as a result of their existence.

Zoids: New Century Zero

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Zoids: New Century Zero, or Zoids: New Century/Zero (Zoido Shinseiki Surasshu Zero?), is an anime television series created by Makoto Mizobuchi in 2001 by Shogakukan, Inc. It is the second Zoids series created, based on the range of mecha models produced by TOMY. The series has been dubbed and released in Western nations, and was the first Zoids series to be dubbed in English. The series has 26 episodes that run for 25 minutes.

New Century Zero takes place a long time after the events of Zoids: Chaotic Century. Zoids are no longer used for warfare; instead the combative natures of both Zoids and humans are focused and contained by a series of battle-competitions and tournaments, run by the Zoid Battle Commission.

ZOIDS: Guardian Force: The Ancient Memory

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Zoids: Guardian Force is the direct sequel of Zoids: Chaotic Century. Guardian Force is an anime series based on the Zoids mecha model range produced by TOMY. The series is set four years after the events of Chaotic Century.

There are 33 episodes, although the Western dub version merges Chaotic Century and Guardian Force into a single series, retaining the name "Chaotic Century" for the entire series.

Dec 13, 2009

Zoids: Chaotic Century

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Zoids: Chaotic Century is the first of four anime series based on the Zoids range of mecha model kits produced by TOMY. The series was animated by XEBEC, and aired from 1999-09-04 to 2000-12-23 on TBS. Although the first series to be produced for the franchise in Japan, Chaotic Century was the second series to be dubbed and aired in Western nations, following Zoids: New Century Zero.

In the far reaches of the Milky Way, on the Planet Zi, there exists metallic life forms that posses superior fighting skills. These are the Zoids. Warriors by nature, Zoids have been used as the ultimate weapons in an ongoing war between the Imperial forces, and the Republicans of Planet Zi.

Dec 12, 2009

Katekyo Hitman RebornCharacter CD - The Gyoza Beef Bowl Song

Katekyo Hitman Reborn! Character CD - The Gyoza Beef Bowl Song

Digimon Movies from Movie 1 - Movie 9

To all Digimon fanatics this movies are from the Digimon movie 1 to movie 9. I hope you guys like this, I don't put any title of every movies because I don't know it much. For those who know it, you can write a comments and I'm gladly put the title in each movie after every download links provided.

Dec 10, 2009

Initial D: Third Stage – The Movie (2001)

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With his reputation growing, Takumi gets an offer of a lifetime from Ryosuke. Undecisive of his decision, Takumi tries to find his answers by requesting a challenge to battle the leader of team Emperor at his own homecourse.

The battle doesn’t end there, as another challenger arrives immediately prior to the previous race. Kai Kogashiwa with an MR2 also wants a shot of Akina’s Eight-Six, as he has a loose connection to Takumi’s father.

Initial D Movie: Live Action

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Initial D is a 2005 Hong Kong film directed by Andrew Lau and Alan Mak. It is a film adaptation of the Japanese Initial D manga and anime series.

Taking place in the Gunma prefecture in Japan, the film concerns a young tofu-delivery driver named Takumi Fujiwara (Jay Chou). Trained from a young age and way before he could drive to deliver Tofu to the peak of Mt Akina and unknown to himself. He had been trained to an incredible level of skill in taking on the hairpin corners of Mt. Akina (Mt. Haruna in real-life).

How to put Adsense Ads Inside Your Blog Posts

A lot of people think how to put the google ads in the content of their blogs, the placement of ads to attract the visitor when they read some articles that are posted. In this article, I will show some adsense trick on how to put your adsense ads inside your posted article.

Not only that but in any possible areas of your post these adsense ads can be place, it's either below the article's title, after the first paragraph, in the middle of the paragraph or in the bottom of your article. In short you can control it's position in different areas of your blog post.

There is a bit of extra effort of work in this tutorial but if you follow the process step by step you should have no problems with it and make sure to back up first your templates before you made any changes.

OK so let's start on how to do it. The steps are very simple a piece of javascript and a little div tags combination.

Dec 9, 2009

Death Note Original Soundtrack I

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The Death Note Original Soundtrack for the anime adaptation was first released in Japan on December 21, 2006 and was published by VAP.

It contains music from the series, composed by Yoshihisa Hirano and Hideki Taniuchi, with the first opening and ending themes sung by the Japanese band Nightmare in the TV size format.

Death Note Original Soundtrack III

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Death Note Original Soundtrack III, released on June 27, 2007 (Japan), is the third soundtrack album for the anime series Death Note. The music was created by composer and musician Hideki Taniuchi and composer Yoshihisa Hirano. The tracks 1-21 were composed and arranged by Hideki Taniuchi, while the tracks 22-28 were composed and arranged by Yoshihisa Hirano.

The album features one track sung by Aya Hirano, who was also the Seiyū of Misa Amane in Death Note. Also appearing on this soundtrack is the ending theme Code Death Note, which can be heard at the end of the final episode of the anime as the credits are shown.

Death Note Original Soundtrack II

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The Death Note Original Soundtrack II for the anime adaptation was first released in Japan on March 21, 2007 and was published by VAP. It contains music from the series, composed by Hideki Taniuchi and Yoshihisa Hirano. It also features the new opening and closing themes by Maximum the Hormone in the TV size format.

Note that, while track 19 has the same title as track 14 on the first OST, they are in fact two different songs. Strangely, track 5 is identical to the first OST's track 28, although they have different titles.

Superman: Doomsday

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Superman: Doomsday is an original direct-to-video animated film adaptation of the popular DC Comics storyline The Death of Superman focusing on the supposed death of the superhero Superman. The film is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for action violence and is the first in the DC Universe Original Animated Movies line released by Warner Premiere and Warner Bros. Animation. It was followed by Justice League: The New Frontier.

The film was released on September 18, 2007. Before the DVD release, the movie was first screened at the San Diego Comic Con on July 26, 2007. It made its U.S. broadcast premier on the Cartoon Network on Saturday July 12, 2008 at 9:00 p.m. EST. Despite similar animation styles, the film used new animation models, and is only loosely based on the DC Animated Universe that lasted from 1992-2006, with a few allusions to the older series, as well as the Fleischer Superman series, found in the Fortress of Solitude.


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Ponyo (Gake no Ue no Ponyo?, literally "Ponyo on the Cliff"), also known as Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea, is a 2008 Japanese animated film by Studio Ghibli, written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. It is Miyazaki's eighth film for Ghibli, and his tenth overall. The plot centers on a goldfish named Ponyo who befriends a five-year-old human boy, Sōsuke, and wants to become a human girl.

The film has won several awards, including the Japan Academy Prize for Animation of the Year. It was released in Japan on July 19, 2008 and August 14, 2009 in the US and Canada, where it reached #9 in the box office charts for its opening weekend.

Battle of Terra

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Battle for Terra, originally screened as Terra, is a 2009 computer animated science fiction film, based on a short film of the same name about a peaceful alien planet which faces destruction from colonization by the displaced remainder of the human race. The film was directed by Aristomenis Tsirbas who conceived it as a hard-edged live action feature with photo-real CGI environments. The close collaboration with producing partner and investor Snoot Entertainment redirected the project to become fully animated and appeal to younger audiences.

The film features the voices of Brian Cox, Luke Wilson, and David Cross among others. It premiered on September 8, 2007 at the Toronto International Film Festival. It was widely released in the United States on May 1, 2009. The film was originally shot in 2D but was made so that a second camera could be added to the film. After the film was shown at festivals and distributors showed an interest in it a small team was hired to render the entire film again from the perspective of the second camera for a true 3D effect.

Final Fantasy VII: Last Order + On The Way To A Smile Denzel

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Last Order: Final Fantasy VII (Rasuto Ōdā -Fainaru Fantajī Sebun-?), also abbreviated as Last Order or LO, is a 2005 original video animation produced by Madhouse and originally released in Japan by Square Enix. It was released in Japan with Advent Pieces: Limited, a special edition release of Final Fantasy VII Advent Children, and is an addition to the United States limited edition release of Advent Children. The OVA was never given an English dub, but is subtitled in the English release. The Compilation of Final Fantasy VII, a series of prequels and sequels to the original game, Final Fantasy VII, includes the games Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII, Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII, Dirge of Cerberus Lost Episode: Final Fantasy VII, and Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, as well as the film Final Fantasy VII Advent Children.

Though not part of the Compilation or canon within it, Last Order is nonetheless associated with it in official guidebooks. The OVA's soundtrack was released with the music of Before Crisis, and select songs were remixed for Crisis Core. Last Order was created due to the success of promotional commercials for Before Crisis. Production lasted 6 months, and the crew faced several challenges during the time period.

Dec 8, 2009

Astro Boy 2009

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Astro Boy (original Japanese name: Tetsuwan Atomu), is a 2009 computer-animated 3-D film loosely based on the long-running Japanese series of the same name by Osamu Tezuka. It was produced by Imagi Animation Studios, the animation production company of TMNT. The studio announced the project in September 2006. It was directed by David Bowers and produced by Maryann Garger with Pilar Flynn as associate producer.

Freddie Highmore provides the voice of Astro Boy in the movie. The film also features the voices of Kristen Bell, Nathan Lane, Eugene Levy, Matt Lucas, Bill Nighy, Donald Sutherland, and Nicolas Cage. A trailer of the movie was shown in the North American Home Theater of PlayStation Home from December 28, 2008 to January 8, 2009. The movie was released first in Japan on October 10, 2009, and in the US on October 23, 2009.

Hulk vs Wolverine Hulk vs Thor

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Hulk Vs is a January 27, 2009 direct-to-video animated film from Marvel Animation and Lionsgate, featuring the Incredible Hulk in two short film battles, one against Wolverine, the other against Thor. Both short films have been rated PG-13 by the MPAA. Animation was done by Madhouse.

Kaare Andrews has provided the artwork for the DVD and Blu-ray packaging. Two stories featuring Marvel's anti-hero The Incredible Hulk and his encounters with the X-Man Wolverine and the god known as Thor.

Batman: Gotham Knight

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Batman: Gotham Knight (Battoman: Gossamu Naito?) is a 2008 animated direct-to-DVD anthology film of six animated short films set in-between Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. It depicts Batman battling against the mob of Gotham City, as well as other villains. Although the producers have acknowledged that it is not necessarily meant to be canon to the "Nolanverse" and indeed any of the six segments could easily fall into almost any Batman continuity.

The shorts, or segments, are written by Josh Olson, David S. Goyer, Brian Azzarello, Greg Rucka, Jordan Goldberg and Alan Burnett. Although all based on Japanese Anime art style, each segment has its own writing and artistic style, just as the works from the DC Universe, and with the same style of The Animatrix although some segments are connected. All six films of the feature star Kevin Conroy, reprising his voice role as Batman from the DC Animated Universe.

Green Lantern: The First Flight

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Green Lantern: First Flight is a direct-to-video animated film adaptation of the DC Comics Green Lantern mythology. Centering on the first mission of Hal Jordan (Christopher Meloni), the first human inducted into the Green Lantern Corps, the film is written by veteran DC Comics animation collaborator Alan Burnett, produced by Bruce Timm, and directed by Lauren Montgomery. It is the fifth in the line of DC Universe Original Animated Movies released by Warner Premiere and Warner Bros. Animation, the most recent releases being Batman: Gotham Knight and Wonder Woman.

Before any other sentient beings existed in the universe, a race of beings calling themselves the Guardians of the Universe harnessed the power of the "green element" (Ion), the greatest power in the universe, to create the Green Lantern battery. However, the battery has a flaw: the color yellow, the one part of the light spectrum that can resist green. The most concentrated source of yellow energy, the "yellow element" (Parallax), was hidden by the Guardians to prevent others from using it against them.


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Kiba (KIBA-?, literally fang, or if divided into Ki-Ba, a spiritual place), a fantasy anime by Madhouse, began broadcasting on TV Tokyo on April 5, 2006. The series is directed by Hiroshi Kōjina with Upper Deck Japan, a trading card game company, as the main sponsor.The anime has been licensed by Upper Deck USA and produced by ADV Films for North American distribution. The series is more violent than other trading-card-game-tie-in animations with many characters being killed. According to an interview with the March 2006 issue of Animage, Hiroshi Kamishina, the show's director, noted that the show "absolutely will not have any plot elements that curry favor to children".

The producers of the show has also commented that Kiba will not be the type of show to put "human drama" on the back burner while concentrating on promotional tie-ins. While Upper Deck owns the rights to the series, ADV Films is producing the dub and distributing the Kiba anime; it came available early in 2009. Kiba aired on Toonami Jetstream from July 14, 2008 to January 21, 2009 and is now showing on The Anime Network's Video on Demand service.

Mobile Suit Gandam ZZ

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Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ or Mobile Suit Gundam Double Zeta (Kidō Senshi Gandamu Daburu Zēta?) is an anime TV series aired on Japanese TV from 1986–1987, was the third Gundam series, and a direct follow up to Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam. Director Yoshiyuki Tomino returned to lead the series, and he assembled a new team consisting of character designer Hiroyuki Kitazume, who had been one of Zeta Gundam's animation directors, and mechanical designers Makoto Kobayashi, Yutaka Izubuchi and Mika Akitaka. The series was later aired by the anime satellite television network, Animax, across Japan and later its respective networks worldwide, including Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, South Asia, and other regions, but is one of the few Gundam series which has never been brought to the United States.

The year is Universal Century 0088. Directly after the end of the Gryps War, Haman Karn and her army of Zeon remnants on the asteroid Axis begin their quest of reviving the lost empire of the Zabi's, and proclaim themselves as the Neo-Zeon. With the Earth Federation as helpless as ever, only the Anti-Earth Union Group (AEUG) is able to oppose the plans of Neo-Zeon.

Dec 7, 2009

Dragonball Z the Movie 6: Return of Cooler

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Dragon Ball Z: Return of Cooler, known in Japan as Dragon Ball Z: Clash!! 10,000,000,000 Powerful Warriors (Doragon Bōru Zetto Gekitotsu!! Hyaku-Oku Pawā no Senshi-tachi?), is the sixth Dragon Ball Z movie, originally released in Japan on March 7, 1992 between episodes 130 and 131. It was released on DVD in the United States on August 13, 2002. It also had a special theater presentation (as part of a double-feature with the U.S. premiere Fusion Reborn) on March 17, 2006. These movies are the first Dragon Ball-related movies to receive a theatrical release in the United States. This film, alongside Cooler's Revenge, was re-released in November 2008 alongside the remastered season 7 of the TV series.

A few years prior, the tyrant Frieza destroyed the Planet Namek during his battle with the newly transformed Super Saiyan Goku. The peaceful Namekians found themselves without a home for months. Eventually they had a new planet created for them with the help of the Dragon Balls. For three years or so they lived in peace on their new planet. One day however, a strange metal planet began to absorb New Namek within itself. The star buried its way and wrapped around the planet, absorbing its energy. Dende, who is now the Earth's guardian, senses the plight of his people and calls Goku to ask for help.

Dragonball Z the Movie 5: Cooler's Revenge

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Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge, known in Japan as Dragon Ball Z: The Incredible Mightiest vs. Mightiest (Doragon Bōru Zetto Tobikkiri no Saikyō tai Saikyō?), is the fifth Dragon Ball Z feature movie, originally released in Japan on July 20, 1991 between episodes 99 and 100. It was released in North America by FUNimation on January 22, 2002. Bridge Entertainment's title is Super Rivals. The movie was re-released with Dragon Ball Z: Return of Cooler in November 2008 alongside the remastered Season 7 of the anime series.

After defeating Frieza, Goku returns to Earth and goes on a camping trip with Gohan and Krillin. Everything is normal until Cooler - Frieza's brother - sends three henchmen after Goku. A long fight ensues between our heroes and Cooler, in which he transforms into the fourth stage of his evolution and has the edge in the fight until Goku transforms into Super Saiyan.

Dragonball Z the Movie 4: Lord Slug

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Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug, known in Japan as (Doragon Bōru Zetto Sūpā Saiyajin da Son Gokū, "Dragon Ball Z: Son Goku the Super Saiyan"?), is the fourth Dragon Ball Z feature movie. It was originally released in Japan on March 19, 1991, between episodes 82 and 83. It was translated in North America by FUNimation, and Bridge Entertainment's title is Super Saiya Son Goku.

It is the first Dragon Ball Z feature movie (not counting the Ultimate Uncut edition of the previous movies) to be dubbed with FUNimation's English voice cast. It's American dub is also the first Dragonball Z film dub to have actual bands' songs in a film and not just the show's composer's music. The movie was released on Steel Case DVD and Blu-ray along with Tree of Might as well as the season 6 box set.

Dragonball Z the Movie 3: The Three of Might

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Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might, known in Japan as Dragon Ball Z: The Ultimate Battle for the Entire Earth (Doragon Bōru Zetto Chikyū Marugoto Chōkessen?), is the third Dragon Ball Z feature movie. It was originally released in Japan on July 7, 1990 between episodes 54 and 55.

The Saiyajin named Taurus has come to Earth in order to plant a tree that will both destroy the planet and give Taurus strength a hundred-fold. Son Goku and the Z Warriors cannot let this happen and duke it out with Taurus's group for the sake of the planet.

Dragonball Z the Movie 2: The World's Strongest

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Dragon Ball Z the Movie: The World's Strongest (Doragon Bōru Zetto Kono yo de ichiban tsuyoi yatsu?), is the second feature movie in the Dragon Ball Z franchise. It was originally released in Japan on March 10, 1990 between episodes 39 and 40. It was released in North America, with English subtitles and an English voice dub, by Funimation Entertainment on May 26, 1998 with the original Ocean Group voice cast.

The film was re-released to DVD on November 14, 2006 in a box set titled "First Strike" and featuring a new voice cast. A remastered edition was released to Blu-Ray and DVD on May 27, 2008. The film will be released to DVD again on November 10, 2009 in a remastered single.

Dragonball Z the Movie 1: The Deadzone

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Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone, released theatrically in Japan simply as Dragon Ball Z, and retitled Dragon Ball Z: Return my Gohan (Doragon Bōru Zetto Ora no Gohan o Kaese) for its Japanese VHS and Laserdisc release, is the fourth feature movie in the Dragon Ball franchise and the first one under the Dragon Ball Z moniker. It was originally released in Japan on July 15, 1989 between episodes 11 and 12.

Kami-sama's old nemesis's son has come to exact revenge on Kami-sama for winning the title of Earth's Guardian. After kidnapping Son Gohan and using the dragon balls to gain immortality, he has a final showdown with Goku.

Black Lagoon Season 1 + Black Lagoon Season 2: The Second Barrage

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Black Lagoon (Burakku Ragūn?) is a manga series written and illustrated by Rei Hiroe, and published in Shogakukan's Sunday GX since 2002. An animated television series based on the manga aired in Japan from April 8, 2006 to June 24, 2006, totaling twelve episodes. A second season, subtitled "The Second Barrage", ran for twelve weeks starting on October 2, 2006. A third season was announced on the cover of the first volume of the novel adaptation.

Okajima Rokuro is a Japanese businessman…in a town full of Japanese businessmen. His normal day consists of social drinking with clients and being kicked around by his bosses. He finally gets a break though, as he’s sent by his company to the tropical seas of Eastern China to deliver a disc only his boat gets hijacked by a band of mercenaries that were hired to steal it.

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The Tower of Druaga: the Aegis of Uruk + the Sword of URUK

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The Tower of Druaga: The Aegis of Uruk (the Aegis of URUK, Doruāga no Tō ~ji Ījisu obu Uruku~?) and its sequel, The Tower of Druaga: the Sword of Uruk (the Sword of URUK, Druaga no Tō ~the Sword of URUK~?) is an anime TV series, created by Gonzo and is an animated continuation of Namco's The Tower of Druaga franchise which began as an arcade game originally released in 1984. This series is amongst the first to be officially broadcast on the internet by Gonzo simultaneously in Japanese and subtitled in English on YouTube, Crunchyroll and BOST TV.

It has been sixty years since King Gilgamesh defeated "the tower" single-handedly, and now the tower is reborn again. The "Summer of Anu" is a season that comes every few years during which the powers of the monsters within the Tower wane thanks to the grace of the great god Anu. Each Summer of Anu, the armies of the Uruk Kingdom secure their strongholds within the Tower, aiming to eventually conquer the upper floors. The story begins with the third Summer of Anu.

Slam Dunk

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Slam Dunk (Suramu Danku?, officially romanized SLAM DUNK in Japan) is a sports-themed manga series written by Takehiko Inoue about a basketball team from Shōhoku High School. It was first serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump in Japan from 1990 to 1996. Inoue later used basketball as a central theme in two subsequent manga titles: Buzzer Beater and Real.

Slam Dunk centers around Hanamichi Sakuragi, who starts as a delinquent outcast, becoming the leader of a gang. Hanamichi, being very unpopular with girls, has been rejected by them fifty times. Yet, he finds out that Haruko Akagi is the girl of his dreams, and is happy when she's not scared of him like all the other girls he has asked out.


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RahXephon (Rāzefon?) is a Japanese anime series about 17-year-old Ayato Kamina, his ability to control a godlike mecha known as the RahXephon, and his inner journey to find a place in the world around him. His peaceful life as a student and artist in Tokyo is suddenly interrupted by a mysterious woman who appears to be stalking him, strange planes invading the city, and even stranger machines fighting back.

In the year 2012, Tokyo is suddenly attacked by a mysterious organization called "MU". At that time Ayato Kamina is just a regular high school student. His father passed away when he was young, and his mother works for the government.

RahXephon the Movie: Pluralitas Concentio

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RahXephon: Pluralitas Concentio (Rāzefon: Tagen Hensōkyoko?) is the movie adaptation of the TV anime series RahXephon.

Shitou Haruka -- a 29 year old lady who lost her life with her beloved in a flash. She tries to retrieve "something" that was important to her, and joins the special institution TERRA. Haruka's target was Kamina Ayato. He was a high school student 12 years younger than her. However, that Ayato was the person she had feelings for when she parted with him in Junior High.

Sword of the Stranger

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Sword of the Stranger​ (Sutorenjia Mukōhadan,? Stranger Mukou Hadan) is a Japanese anime feature film directed by Masahiro Andō and produced by Bones. The film follows a swordsman with no name and a golden-haired assassin as circumstances draw them towards a mysterious young boy.

The story is set in the Sengoku period. A rounin called Nanashi (meaning 'nameless') saves a young boy Kotarou and his dog Tobimaru at an abandoned temple. Kotarou has no family, is pursued by a mysterious militia organization from China and hires Nanashi as his bodyguard.

After War Gundam X

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After War Gundam X (Kidō Shinseiki Gandamu Ekkusu?, lit. Mobile New Century Gundam X) is an anime television series from Japan. It is a part of the Gundam franchise that started in 1979, but takes place in an alternate universe called After War Era. The series has 39 episodes, aired in Japan from April 5, 1996 to December 28, 1996 across TV Asahi's ANN stations and the anime satellite television network Animax. It was directed by Sunrise veteran Shinji Takamatsu (SD Gundam, Golden Brave Goldran, School Rumble), and the screenplay was written by Hiroyuki Kawasaki.

Gundam X is the story of those survivors of the Seventh Space War trying to live among the ruins of their civilization. "Vultures", scavengers of war material and ruined cities roam the wasted Earth.