I am kind of astonished that I have never heard of this, considering the depraved and obscure stuff I have heard of.
There's also a live action movie, the trailer is in youtube as well. Beware: no black bars in that one.
Including lots of boobies and stuff?
They only draw her vagina during Kekkou's Super Spread attack, when it takes on the appearance of a laughing face twinkling with magic.
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I own the live-action version of this, and even I have trouble fully accepting that it exists.
The title means "A Sufficient Disguise"
I always thought it meant "Naked Rider".
That's kinda Kamen Rider's schtick, isn't it? I mean, he rides a motorcycle and everything...
Actually, my fuzzy memory says that I got that info from an ancient "Animerica" magazine, so take it with a grain of salt.
If you're going to watch this, find the AD Vision dub with dialogue by Jonathan Clements, it's fucking hilarious. The subbed version is boring and stupid and tries to be too serious.
That's the point of a lot of japanese humour, no matter how absurd the material is, most of the time they approach it in a serious way. That is, they never wink at the audience to say they're aware of how over-the-top the whole thing is. They approach it straight and, in many cases, that's what can make the whole thing funny.
Of course, it's a matter of what you find funny, and certainly some cultural differences going on. In the west we grow up we stuff like the simpsons, so, approaching something absurd in a serious way just doesn't come as an option anymore. I like the japanese approach more most of the time, but the "wink" approach can be cool too if done right.
Sub: "I am the ruler of this school. They call me the Toenail Of Satan."
Dub: "I'm Principal Satan Toecheese."
The Japanese brand of superhero is certainly different from the American one.
if i got my ass kicked by a naked woman i'm not sure i'd have a problem telling people.
At least you could say you didn't pay for it.
Mufficate the malicious muscle monster.
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