|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-01-26 |
Wow. Good thing those Americans were so eager to surrender.
|garcet71283 - 2008-01-26 |
Isn't it convienient that the Americans drive vehicles with easily popped rubber tires and armor that can be penetrated by small arms fire?
To be fair, that's how Japan made their own tanks.
|a flaming monkey - 2008-01-26 |
Best way to recruit children ever.
|ZawBanjito - 2008-01-26 |
How can America defeat these werebeasts?
|Camonk - 2008-01-26 |
Anime really hit the ol' skids after this. Except for Cowboy Bebop, I guess.
PS: I think the character shown at the end means "whoops."
|Spit Spingola - 2008-01-27 |
I like the sloppy animation where the american's nose fluctuates in size too. I also like how the americans all have horns.
|KnowFuture - 2008-01-27 |
After seeing at least 20 American propaganda cartoons featuring a bunch of silly chingy chongy little bucktoothed, coke-bottle-glasses wearing Japs in them, I've always been curious to see how Yanks occurred to the Japanese in cartoon propaganda form.
Still kinda looks like we got off light, all things considered.
|robotkarateman - 2008-01-27 |
Little known fact: after staring down the foreign devils in this film, the lead actor monkey went on to play Son Goku in Saiyuki, aka Alakazam the Great. Unfortunately, substance abuse ruined his career. After a well-received role in Cyborg 009, he had a walk-on on Astroboy, but he became a problem actor and soon nobody wanted to work with him. Tatsuo Yoshida tried to help him revive his career by getting him the part of Chim-Chim, but by that time his addiction to otsumami had spiraled too far out of control to sustain a career revival.
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