It's like in Shaman King where they travel to the United States.
I got a kick out of the episode where they arrive at a "japanese town" and Ren complained about how foolish the american view of japanese culture was. Yet the anime itself has a very stereotypical view of the US as well, making it look sort of like a modern wild west for the most part.
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One of my favorite Simpson's episodes is when they travel to Japan and they make fun of all of the stereotypes that we have of Japan (esentially making fun of us). Godzilla attacking the plane at the end is friggin' hysterical!
"Shut up! You're being rescued, so stop babbling! You should crouch in the corner, shiver in fear, and scream 'Help! Help!' " - Kurosaki Ichigo
Post by Inugurl7354 on Dec 6, 2004 21:31:56 GMT -5
Yeah that is funny. I would never have guessed that ken & barbie sounded just like *Sango & Miroku. of course I'm too OLD to watch Barbie to recognize. I mean OLD. I'm 1 decade old & four years. That's old to me.
*I have more respect to capitalize their names than barbie & ken. I've always wanted to snatch the smile off of their faces. They act as if though the world is perfect.
Ah...but the Barbie and Ken world is falling to pieces didn't you know? Barbie and Ken are splitting up, according to Matel and Barbie's going to have a new man! ( You have to keep up on these things when you have a two year old girl). And the new Barbie movie is out too, and yes I've seen it...what seems like twenty million times...sigh. Thanks to Kelly Sheridan's lack of a real voice change for her characters, it's still like watching the insane adventures of Sango.
I watched a Barbie movie...a few days back (What? It was either do that or do math homework my mom left for me...) and I couldn't help think that it was SANGO sitting there talking about magical paintbrushes while looking like a 3D animated figure...
Creepy. Makes you wonder what voice actors do on their days off.
Oh, I found out a few days back that Kappei did the voice of Sumeragi Subaru for the Tokyo Babylon OVAs... Pity he didn't do Subaru for X the tv series or for the movie... It was weird to hear Inuyasha's voice coming from Subaru though... Not to mention that they have completely different personalities... I mean, here's Inuyasha, the stereotypical brash tough guy who hides all his feelings and then you have Subaru who's... to put it shortly, a complete and utter wimp (Though he's a lovable wimp). It's just FREAKY to hear Inuyasha's voice appologizing for nearly everything...
Just because it's looking at you with cute adorable eyes doesn't mean that bunnies aren't planning to take over the world...
Dubs...scare me... they seriously do... and I'm still afraid that they'll change Jakotsu in to a girl...
You mean like what they did to Zoizite in Sailor Moon? Oh man, that would be weird and sad. They will probably keep as a guy for the DVDs, but edit out any reference to him being a fruity queer for Cartoon Network.
And, OMG, Kappei as Kyle? Thats...so...bizarre!! *must see if true* ^_^
i also found out that Matt Hill is also Ed (the redarted one) from Ed edd and eddy. and his sister is janise jayud (kagura).
i also found out that Richard ian cox is also scattershot from transformers and kirby morrow is hot shot
i also looked at the credits of the SSX3 game and found out that Ailstar Abeil (hakkaku) is psymon and Michael Dobson (forgot who... i think muso) is that one country dude (i forgot cause im not right there looking at the vg credits right now!)
i also found out that brenna o'brein (rin) was Yoshi for the supermario movie and the kids in ren and stimpy. Speaking of ren and stimpy Sven Hoek (rens cousin) was played by richard ian cox!(i cant imagine inuyasha playing some German voice XD)
Post by izayoithedemonlover on May 29, 2006 15:51:34 GMT -5
well i like miroku and hate ken and i like sango and not barrbie or wat ever!!! INUTASHA GET AWAY FROM SESSHOMARUS MOM!!!!!!YOUR MINE ok well have a nice day*chains inutasha to his dog house then gose in dog house with him*