Japan has a new Yugioh show now. The characters play cards against each other while racing motorcycles. Really.
I love americanized anime intros.
Ah, this brings me back to my youthful days at the boarding school, hanging out with my crew at the school yard. I dare say WE would frequently find trouble without looking too hard, as well.
I don't recall summoning any demons to do battle within the confines of a card game. But I remember all of the bright eyed children, and how the light died in their eyes one by one as they were asked to stay after class for tutoring.
The tutoring session consisted of the brutal sodomizing of my tight young anus. Even now I can hear the sound of sweaty flesh slapping together punctuated only by the occasional grunt and hushed whispering threats of what would happen if I ever told anyone.
Professor McKenzie was too busy zipping himself up to notice my tender innocence shrivel as it breathed it's last gasp. The blood soaked my boxers for a week, a constant reminder that it had not been a dream.
... yet I find only pity for this generation. I may have suffered years of crippling abuse which have taken many years of therapy (and will require many more), but at least I'm not growing up with this shit.
Someone should be held accountable for this programming.
"Get your game on!" doesn't have the charm of "It's time to D-du-du-du-du-duel!" from the original.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Even by anime standards, this show was incredibly fruity. There are shows out there about gay people being gay with each other thats are less fruity than this show.
My dad always uses, "Gayer than two dudes fucking in the park." To give it a little spice.
|Monchiles Monchiles |
In one episode a bunch of girls are laying around bathing in an open-air bath and they're all wearing really, really badly photoshopped swimsuits.
I just want to take this opportunity to explain the third season of this show. Keep in mind that I'm not making this shit up:
You see, the main character had this card when he was a kid, that was an ambiguously gendered reincarnation of his gay lover from a past life. Except the card somehow started getting clingy and possessive of him and attacked his friends. So, the main character decides that the only way to cure his card of its bloodlust is to launch it into space. After like, ten years, the space shuttle containing the card crash lands back on Earth, and the card starts possessing people so it can fuck the main character. Then it essentially turns into Evangelion with cards.
I'm not making this shit up.
That's why you Tivo the show and fast forward the bullshit Soap Opera plot and get to the card battles. It's just like wrestling!
Let's be honest, anyone who unironically likes this show can't be considered "people".
Is it cool to "ironically" like it? Sorry, as far as Yu-Gi-Oh goes, this is just another c.c. incarnation... Plus one star for being "Generation X".
Thankfully, I don't get the reference... So many five stars. Am I really missing somthing? It's Yu-Gi-Oh...
Yes you are.
We rate clips based not on how good they are, so much as interesting. Thusly, a clip can be five stars for being painfully bad. I.E. on the PoE sliding scale, the failing grade goes to mediocrity.
This could be considered a failure on many levels, but it fails so spectacularly, you must sit through it in stunned horror.
This I understand, but it's just so commonplace when compared to all other after-school anime.
Dammit. How hard is it for me to actually hit the reply button... AHM DUM!
My brother used to watch this all the time years ago (he's 12 now). That flamboyant teacher scared the fuck out of me.
Glad to see Blink 182 is making cartoon themesongs now. Seems about their speed.
|Spastic Avenger |
Chilling out with the crew at the schoolyard.....
wasn't that a line in 'little girls' by Oingo Boingo?
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