|GlennFinito - 2009-07-25 |
someone must activate the "surprising lack of rape" tag
|freedoom - 2009-07-25 |
He's not nearly drunk enough to be Iron Man.
|TeenerTot - 2009-07-25 |
Wow. Iron Man in anime style? It will be interesting to see how they handle the subtle nuances of.....ah--High-fashion cyborg pirates. Thanks, Japan!
And THat, my friend...IS the nuance.
|phalsebob - 2009-07-25 |
5 weeaboo stars.
I never understand these comments. Take a lot of energy? What?
|ProfessorChaos - 2009-07-25 |
Ahh, madhouse. I have such a love/hate relationship with you. I have since Gungrave. This looks like it will be retardedly fantastic, or fantastically retarded.
|KnowFuture - 2009-07-25 |
Anime I can watch and not feel like I need a shower afterwards.
|Rovin - 2009-07-25 |
This still looks better and more entertaining than that terrible thing on Nick or Cartoon Network or whatever that still looks like it's using the same animation engine as the MTV Spider-Man series and decided that the best way to follow up the Iron Man movie was to make Stark, Rhodes, and Potts teenagers, thus not cashing in on what the kiddees already knew continuity-wise from the film.
I mean, granted, transforming robot pirates, but still...
|theSnake - 2009-07-25 |
45 seconds of intro? For a 2 minute clip?
|UnderANeonHalo - 2009-07-25 |
Am I the only one that noticed that the villain has turned a skyscraper and the surrounding city blocks into a ship armed with guns that fire cyborg ninjas? I don't understand how something so awesome could seem so lame. I blame Marvel, not Japan.
|MrBuddy - 2009-07-26 |
I don't think they'll be calling it Tetsujin even if they leave out the number 28. I'd be nice if they could get Masamune Shirow to direct this. I'd love to see Iron Man go up against bad guys from Ghost In The Shell. Still how can you miss with Iron Man fighting flying, cyborg, ninja, pirates?
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