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    Episode #50 is directed and storyboarded by Ogawa Kouji with Tate Naoki acting as his animation supervisor. That must be the final battle. Episode #51 is directed by Mikami Masato with Series Director Komura Toshi'aki providing the storboard. Ishikawa Osamu is acting as animation supervisor, so it doesn't seem to be a big very important episode.
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    Episode #49

    Disk Wars: Avengers Episode #49 - Animator's Corner

    Episode 49 information (2015-03-11)

    Script
    King Ryu
    Storyboard
    Iwamoto Yasuo
    Episode director
    Iwamoto Yasuo
    Animation supervisor
    Saito Atsuko Matsumoto Masayo Kim Myoung-sim
    Key animator
    Yoshida Kosuke Yamada Shinya Sato Michio Iida Hiroyoshi Ishii Kazuhiko Saito Atsuko Takeuchi Kazumasa Taniguchi Shigenori Tamai Shiho Masuda Yuichiro Yagi Genki Yokote Hiroto Yoshida Hajime Wada Shinichi Jang Jae-yong Kim Soo-ho Park Sun-kyung Kim Myoung-sim Fujita Kazuyuki Okumura Shiro Kohara Kazuhiro Morishima Koichi Imamaki Chiyo Takarai Shunsuke Matsuo Nobuyuki Tomiyoshi Koki Takahashi Sanae Namu Animation Seigasha Nakamura Production
    The presence of such a twenty-seven key animators and three sub-contracting studios leads me to think each of the three animation supervisors are from said sub-contracting studios. I can't tell if the heightened number of key animators is because this episode is hideously rushed or if because Series Director Komura Toshi'aki was able to wrangled up a higher number of staff than usual to increase the quality of the usual episode.

    The storyboard from Episode Director Iwamoto Yasuo was...really nothing special. Those layouts during the scenes of Dormmamu speaking to the citizens of Earth were simply atrocious. Perhaps that was to make things easy for bad animators?

    Doctor Strange gives the lowdown on Dormmamu to the Avengers and Fury. Doctor Akatsuki arrives on the scene and hooks Fury up to a machine. Fury has a bio-code installed in him that allows him to D-Smash, too. This is a special D-Smash that releases the Avengers and the second heroes from the DISKs completely!

    Doctor Akatsuki tells Akira and the others they can't go out to fight. Captain American tries to defend their rights, but the good doctor sticks firm. The kids are forced to return to their normal lives while the Avengers return to their usual activities as heroes. During lunch the Chris and the others overhear other students talking smack about Cap and Tony. Hikaru holds Chris back before he can instigate a fight. Akira picks the fight himself.

    Later, Akira watches Tony on a news program on his phone, alone at their usual sunset-watching spot. Tony shows up in his casual gear and the two go on a date. No, no, it's not like that, you letches. Doctor Akatsuki explains the situation with the bio-codes to Chris and the others in narration. Chris is fed up with Akatsuki not understanding their feelings. After all, they spent all this time risking their lives alongside the others. Now they're just being asked to return to their normal lives. It's the ultimate wound to their pride.

    The kids finally accept their fate and allow the bio-codes to be removed. SHIELD soldiers try to arrest the Avengers in public by order of the World Security Council. The kids see this on TV an go to them to support them. Fury calls off the arrest after Maria Hill refuses to arrest him and remove him from power, too. Together, the Avengers and Akira and the others decide to face Dormammu and Loki in the Dark Dimension.

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    Episode #50 preview. Cometh the hour with Shida!
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    Episode #50

    Disk Wars: Avengers Episode #50 - Animator's Corner

    Episode 50 information (2015-03-18)

    Script
    King Ryu
    Storyboard
    Ogawa Koji (2)
    Episode director
    Ogawa Koji (2)
    Animation supervisor
    Tate Naoki
    Key animator
    Tate Naoki Ota Akihiro Kinoshita Yui Hirata Ayako Yamada Masashi (2) Kitano Kumiko Hoshino Reika Takemoto Keiko Shibata Chinami Komaki Masako Nozaki Ayaka Takemura Hirosuke Tadagaki Yuta Saeki Tetsuya Arai Tetsuro Kawaguchi Daitoku Omizu Yuki Saito Fumiyo Ikeda Masato Kitano Yukihiro Yuhodo
    Well, damn. I thought for sure Shida Naotoshi worked on Episode #50. I guess he's doing the grand finale in Episode #51? Character Designer Tate Naoki was the animation supervisor and a key animator, something I had been looking forward to. Whenever Tate leads an episode the animation is always very loose and well-timed. He has a flair for the dramatic. Even still shots have very smooth character body language. I noticed that Dormmamu seemed to be drawn with a bit more of a charred flair, like how Kameda Yoshimichi incorporates into his fire effect animation. It really gives off the impression that Dormmamu is a brush painting of some sort.

    Tate had to have handled the first fight scene with War Machine. The smoke effects were very pleasant on the eyes. All of the animation benefits from Tate's quirky drawings, even the timing of the weaker key animators is improved to have a nice ring to it. There's a funny scene where Tony and Doctor Akatsuki are in a pissing match and the way Akatsuki moves his head toward the camera is a lot of fun to watch. That's what makes timing so important! It defines the personality of the scene. There was lot of nice bits thanks to Tate, so it's definitely nice to see him go out on a winner.

    Episode Director Ogawa Kouji killed it with his storyboard, too. Teaming him up with Tate was a nice touch, especially given the dark atmosphere Tate tends to bring to his episodes.

    Dormmamu's forces attack the helicarrier. Rhodey and the second heroes hold off the enemy while the Avengers guard the bridge. Doctor Strange powers up a magical barrier that will protect the helicarrier and destroy the forces that have already invaded. Loki invades the helicarrier in disguise and begins planting seeds of doubt in the SHIELD soldiers. Akira and the others trick Loki into reveal himself in a live broadcast to SHIELD. With everyone's fighting spirit restored the battle intensifies. Loki summons powered up Mighty Ones from DISKs that defeat the second heroes. One of them even blasts Doctor Strange, thus lowering the barrier around the helicarrier. Doctor Akatsuki and Hank's cannon is ready in time and it destroys the Dark Gate. Dormmamu is also weakened by the cannon blast, so Loki D-Secures him!

    Episode #51 preview!! Shida Naotoshi kicks some rear next week!


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    Episode #51 (END)

    Disk Wars: Avengers - Animator's Corner

    Episode 51 information (2015-03-25)

    Script
    King Ryu
    Storyboard
    Komura Toshiaki
    Episode director
    Mikami Masato
    Animation supervisor
    Ishikawa Osamu
    Key animator
    Asanuma Akihiro Hoshikawa Nobuyoshi Shishikai Miyako Shida Naotoshi Saeki Tetsuya Arai Tetsuro Kawaguchi Daitoku Omizu Yuki Tomiki Yumiko Mura Shuntaro Ota Akihiro Kuroyanagi Kenji Ishikawa Osamu BSP
    Previously an Assistant Episode Director for Disk Wars: Avengers, Mikami Masato received the credit of enshutsu for this final episode alongside Series Director Komura Toshi'aki, who most likely did the storyboard. Mikami was previously episode director of Saint Seiya Omega Episode #95 but returned to an assistant role for the majority of Disk Wars: Avengers, including Episode #51.

    Shida Naotoshi and Kuroyanagi Kenji make their final contributions to the series.

    Animation Supervisor Ishikawa Osamu didn't do much in the way of correcting key animation. The episodes looks pretty bad outside of a few important cuts. This is what we get for poor planning, I guess.

    Loki uses a device to transfer the power of the Dormmamu DISK to him. Filled with great new strength the final battle begins! Loki sends the Guardians of the Galaxy into free fall before landing on the helicarrier. Thor and the Avengers confront Loki in glorious Shida Naotoshi fashion. Shida didn't have very many sheets to work with, however. Nevertheless the key animation drawings are definitely some of his best. Captain America and Loki look incredibly powerful thanks to the level of detail Shida put into his drawings.

    With the Avengers on the ropes Fury returns the Build Up Plates to Akira and the others. With their Bio Codes restored they lend their power to the Avengers through the Build Up Armors. Loki takes the licking but keeps up ticking. Loki blasts away a DISK Iron Man was going to use to secure him in, proving Loki's power up is one mean power up! With the Avengers floored by Loki's follow up assault, Black Widow and Hawkeye attack Loki. Giant Man lends a hand, too! Loki escaped Giant Man's attack and blasts him good. Iron Man grabs Loki, flies him into orbit, then flies him straight into the ground on Tech Isle Toukyou. Tony's armor is at its limit thanks to crashing himself and Loki, but Loki is not!

    Loki prepares to finish the immobile Iron Man off but is stopped by Silver Samurai and Mandarin. Akira para-dives out of the Avengers jet with the Kree Mact. Loki sends hundreds of Mighty Ones to stop Akira and take the Kree Mact. Spider-Man, Blade and the Guardians of the Galaxy pave the way for Akira to reach Tony. This scene is actually rather well staged, so I'm thinking it was Kuroyanagi Kenji's work. Akira tosses the Kree Mact into Tony's chest piece. Tony becomes powered up by merging with the Kree Mact. With his strength restored, Tony uses his Ultimate Uni-Beam to send Loki flying.

    Loki crashes back onto the island, finally exhausted. Akira tries to D-Secure Loki, but Loki summons a horde of Mighty Ones to act as a shield. Everyone shows up on the scene and uses a DISK each to seal the Mighty Ones surrounding Loki. The gang tells Loki that what he lacked was a strong heart. Loki shows indignation to this as he is sealed away for good.

    Akira bids a tearful goodbye to Tony. During the epilogue Akira explains in narration what happened to everyone after they parted ways. One day during school a tap on the classroom window disturbs Akira from his work. It's Iron Man! Holding a DISK in hand, Iron Man tells Akira he needs his power once more for a battle! With tears in his eyes, Akira agrees!

    THE END.

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    Well that sounds like it was a blast. Been awhile since I've seen a series reach 51 eps.
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    It was fun. It had a lot more high-quality action animation than Toei Animation series have had recently thanks to regular doses of Shida Naotoshi, Tate Naoki and Kuroyanagi Kenji. The story did seem to suffer from some ill planning in a few spots and the major fights never did get a whole lot of good animation for the finishing blows, though. Disney should have planned a bit better so that more time could be spent on each episode.
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    Has there been any announcement about when this series wll be coming to the states and getting an English dub?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uchiha Sarada View Post
    It was fun. It had a lot more high-quality action animation than Toei Animation series have had recently thanks to regular doses of Shida Naotoshi, Tate Naoki and Kuroyanagi Kenji. The story did seem to suffer from some ill planning in a few spots and the major fights never did get a whole lot of good animation for the finishing blows, though. Disney should have planned a bit better so that more time could be spent on each episode.
    How much was Disney involved with financing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudley View Post
    How much was Disney involved with financing?
    They are the only member of the production committee. 製作 (Seisaku; production, these are the member of the production committee) is credited only to ウォルト・ディズニー・ジャパン (Walt Disney Japan). On typical Toei Animation series that credit is held by the broadcast network and Toei Animation. For example, Majin Bone credits Production to TV Toukyou, Dentsu (an advertising firm) and Toei Animtion. アニメーション制作 is still credited to Toei Animation, just like with all other Toei Animation series, though. All in all, this as definitely majorly funded by Disney, meaning it's up to them to make sure they understand the industry and how their money is being invested in it. If a schmuck on the internet can learn these things for fun somebody paid to do a job can learn said things for their job, too.
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