Gatchaman movie gets a writer!

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  1. atlianz

    atlianz TFW2005 Supporter

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    Tekkaman Blade Professor of Animation

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    Paul Dini should do a good job.
     
  3. KA

    KA PENIS GOES WHERE?!!

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    g force!

    man the androgynous baddie is all kindsa freaky. the pink chick was hot and both the dude in white and black suit were cool.

    fat guy and annoying skinny kid was lame tho.
     
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    I like their choice for a writer. Battle of the Planets was my all time fav show as a kid. I really hope this project turns out well.
     
  5. Caterwaul

    Caterwaul Busou Shinki Loremaster

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    You can thank Gatchaman for every 5 man sentai team ever. :D  What amuses me is they were inspired by American Superhero comics.

    I'm glad I picked up the ADV collections of the show. I feel they still hold up pretty well. It's nice to see they got a writer who'll do the series justice.
     
  6. atlianz

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    Im missing the 7th box set from that series! :( 
     
  7. flamepanther

    flamepanther Interested, but not really

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    That's not so ironic, considering the Spider-Man tokusatsu show from the '70s. That genre has always had a lot in common with American hero comics. What's ironic is that when this distantly Americana-inspired stuff gets imported to the U.S. it somehow seems foreign to us.
     
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    With Paul Dini writing it and Imagi animating it, I don't see how it could be anything less than awesome.
     

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