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    Quote Originally Posted by ManfromMars View Post
    This cartoon is obviously aimed at 5 year-old Japanese boys,and I really don't think it'll come to America.

    Anyway,i think I'm going to give it a shot.I'm surprised that it was fan subbed so quickly.I really like these stupid,toy-driven animes like Beyblades,digimon and bokugan,so it seems right up my ally
    I'm pretty sure it will come to America. Disney themselves are paying for it, and it seems tailor-made to air on Disney XD.
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    I managed to watch the first two episodes, and I liked them. Sure the story is a little childish and pretty cliche, but it was fun. I also liked most of the character designs. And I'm glad Wasp is one of the main characters. The animation looks nice, and the action scenes were pretty good so far. It's nothing spectacular but I'd say these two episodes were more entertaining than the majority of other recent Marvel animated projects. This anime show has some potential so I'll most likely keep watching it.
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    Just watched the second episode, and unlike the first one, I saw this one with subtitles.
    Man, was this episode PAINFULLY slow. I enjoy seeing an anime featuring western superheroes, but if it continues to drag on this long, I'll pass on this show. I don't think this will do well in the States. Not only do we have other Marvel cartoons featuring these characters, but I think kids won't enjoy the slow pace.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudley View Post
    Just watched the second episode, and unlike the first one, I saw this one with subtitles.
    Man, was this episode PAINFULLY slow. I enjoy seeing an anime featuring western superheroes, but if it continues to drag on this long, I'll pass on this show. I don't think this will do well in the States. Not only do we have other Marvel cartoons featuring these characters, but I think kids won't enjoy the slow pace.
    I agree with you about the pacing, although Since I've only seen the first two eps, I haven't yet seen a complete story arc, so I'm willing to give them a little slack - although King Cobra holding a hostage seems a little lame, since I could easily write a way out of that (starting with Cap's shield severing the rope to Dr. Strange teleporting her to safety. Still and all, they did need some way to get the heroes in the discs...

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    Episode #3





    The storyboard this week was provided by Series Director Komura Toshi'aki, while the overall duties of the Episode Director were taken on by Sonoda Makoto. I have to wonder if Komura planned on directing this one himself and had to gave the role of Episode Director to another or Sonoda wasn't able to draw a storyboard at the time.

    Twenty-seven key animators worked on Episode #3. Among them were Saeki Tetsuya, Shindou Mitsuo, and Shida Naotshi, all of Dragon Ball fame. Shindou Mitsuo is the founder of Shindou Pro and the animation supervisor under which Yamamuro Tadayoshi grew from in-between animator to key animator and eventually to animation supervisor. Lately Shindou Mitsuo has been appearing the credits of nearly every single One Piece episode, providing a small number of cuts for each episode. Shida Naotoshi provided the Iron Man D-Smash stock footage.

    The Avengers are all sealed away and Loki is driven off temporarily. Disney should really consider giving each episode a bigger budget than what they're giving now. Episode #3 looks like it was made on $100,000.

    Next week: Hawkeye appears!
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    Episode #4

    I've been painting all day, so this post is later than I had hoped it would be.





    No talented key animators this week. I can't wait to see what Shida Naotoshi has in store in a few weeks.

    Nick Fury is taken into custody on charges of him conspiring with Loki and Tim. Maria Hill is made interim Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. while Hawkeye broods in the hallways.

    Iron Man and Spider-Man do battle with The Lizard. Akira helps Iron Man use his Ultimate something-rather technique (a big blast from his chest) and then Akira seals The Lizard in a DISK.

    It turns out Rosetta Riley is the wielder of Diamondback's DISK! That aside, Diamondback confronts Akira, Iron Man and Spider-Man. Iron Man used up his strength battling The Lizard, so it looks like Episode #5 will see Hikaru come to the rescue with Thor.

    I really like The Lizard and Diamondback's designs. You can tell the animation supervisor really did his best to at least make Diamondback look good.

    I have to wonder where the heck Yamamuro Tadayoshi is. Is he really that busy designing characters to act as an animation supervisor or key animator so early in the series? I guess having a half dozen different series in development with no real lead-in time is really taking its toll on Toei Animation now.
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    So who voiced Diamondback?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoryWilliams View Post
    So who voiced Diamondback?
    進藤尚美 (Shindou Naomi). Shindou is most well known for voicing Cagalli Yula Athha. Hawkeye is voiced by 竹本英史 (Takemoto Eiji).
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