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Transformers patch-up today, with dub, intro, F.A.Q. and characters page for Masterforce, an F.A.Q. for Victory, and a little extra bit in the coverage of Zone.
Speaking of anime, here's another one! Ruin Explorers! In One-Offs! I've no idea if I'll cover the remaining three episodes, but you never know.
[EDIT] You can actually see it now. Forgot to link to the damn thing in there!
And Masterforce comes to an epic finale where everyone dies. Just like every anime!
Another ten, from Super Ginrai Gets Blown Away in the Desert!? to Crisis! The Autobot Base Explodes. Another week and the epic finale will be upon us!
Ten Masterforce episodes, going from Eliminate the Godmaster Ginrai to Expose The Decepticons' Dark Decepticon!. You people better be making sense of it because POP QUIZ
Eight episodes available in Masterforce, one in Transformers season 3 and the character page for that bit is finished. Somehow.
Minor update to the Transformers movie's Marvel Comics Adaptation section, and I've realised how huge this update list is getting, so I've split it into 2006, 2007 part 1 and 2007 part 2, which is now.
And for those who came here for less nerdy things than Transformers, don't fret! Have a sneak peek at what'll be covered real soon.
And remember that Darkstalkers anime? Yeah, we may actually get around to that in a few years too!
Rage!! Little Devils With No Need For Rules is an awesome title, and an awesome band name.
And since every update I make there's always a cock-up of some variety, and it's a bit tiresome rushing out the update every morning, the next update will be next Sunday with seven episodes. If Galvatron doesn't manage to talk me out of it, then the lazy way is the way I'll go!
GIMME YOUR BEST SHOT GALV
New Masterforce episode, you can actually see the first two now due to their links being fixed, and One-Offs is also working again.
The Targeted Jumbo Jet is today's Masterforce episode. It has a stewardess zombie!
The Decepticons' Manhunt is up on in Masterforce. It has zombies!
Fatal Fury has it's extras up as well. And Super Mario World is viewable again; I forgot to put it's button on the main page. Whoops!
And because I've screwed up again, the first episode of Masterforce is up too. I really need to monitor things better.
Zone has it's introduction and F.A.Q. available for viewing.
And the last part of Legend of the Hungry Wolf is up. Geese's death pales in comparison to the game version.
Screw Masterforce, have a bit of Zone beforehand! It's in the Victory section. They're more or less the same, see. There's continuity!
Yeah, that redesign was something I was planning to put up once Fatal Fury and Victory were fully done, but it looks like I plum screwed up. Cocks and balls! But hopefully everything should work now, even if it does kind of throw my planned schedule out the window.
And yeah, Masterforce is coming, but have another Fatal Fury part first.
Introduction and dub pages for Victory are up.
Part 2 of Fatal Fury.
And Victory ends with several totally kickass fight scenes. And the Dinoforce get low paying jobs.
Galvatron saves the interest of everyone who came here for video game cartoons with coverage of the Fatal Fury movie!
Nearing the end of Victory!
It looks like actually covering video game cartoons is something that we just don't do anymore, as I've just made a One-Off of Captain Scarlet, of all things. It rocks!
And I swear Mortal Kombat or Double Dragon will be covered at some point, even if it is on my deathbed.
Neither of us have gone to hell yet, somehow!
And Terror of the Giant Tidal Waves totally retcons season 2's Atlantis, Arise!.
Wacky crossovers in Only Human!
And Galvatron has a public service announcement to make that is going to put me in such deep shit, but come on, it's funny!
I would give a sincere apology to any Steves out there with those thoughts, but Galvatron should be the one doing that, he made this, and he had to read my emails to complain about it, the privacy swine. Burn him
Victory resumes with The Death-Bringing Space Insects!!, which is an awesome title.
And we kick off again with Call of the Primitives. Exclamation mark!
Since I'm on holiday for a week, there's three episodes today! The second part of Prime's return for season 3, a bomb and clone problem in Victory, and a bomb and clone problem in season 2, as a One-Off. And still no video game content. Woe?
Jan, Protect the School!!!!!.
The first part of The Return of Optimus Prime is up! It doesn't get good 'til the second part, though.
I won't even try to remember the name of today's Victory episode. Yesterday's episode is fixed now; SmartFTP died on me before I could finish uploading, hence the heap of broken stuff, but it's okay now.
And here's The Burden Hardest To Bear, which is awesome because it has Scourge.
Awaken! Victory Leo only gets one exclamation mark.
I've no idea why Grimlock's New Brain is today's update. It was the first episode I clicked. =(
Fight!! Victory Leo.
And just to tie in with the story arc Victory's going through, here's the return of Optimus Prime in Dark Awakening!
Two old favourites and somebody from Masterforce show up in The Death of Ginrai!!.
The Ultimate Weapon actually gives personality to a combiner character!
Optimus Prime shows up* in today's episode of Victory!
*well only if you believe the wacky StarTV dub is telling the truth**
**which it isn't
Webworld is wacky.
Crisis! Ambush in the Desert teaches us that even giant robots need slings to hold their broken arms.
The Big Broadcast of 2006 is one I should've uploaded before The Quintesson Journal. Oops!
Battle to the Death at the South Pole!! is up.
The Quintesson Journal is one of those episodes I keep forgetting exists, but it's not too bad.
Battle Up Of Wrath! was called The Power of Rage for so long, and I wish it was that title because I don't get the new one.
I held it off for long, but here's Carnage in C-Minor. Now you can all experience the wonders of season 3!
The Resurrection of the Decepticon Fortress was going by it's dub title for quite some time. Hurf.
The Daniel saga comes to a close with Nightmare Planet.
Somebody dies in Unite! Liokaiser!
Madman's Paradise, thankfully, doesn't feature Wheelie.
Get Back Gaihawk! is a title that should be worked into casual conversation.
And now begins what I like to call the "Daniel saga", beginning with Surprise Party and featuring two more about everybody's favourite annoyance. Be afraid!
Planet Micro: The Mysterious Warrior is a wacky title.
Fight or Flee is a pretty good episode. The Constructicons have a jeep!
A Fierce Battle on the Asteroid sounds similar to Headmasters' Duel on the Asteroid, but they're different!
And the five part introduction of season 3 is finished. Now you can avoid watching it yourself and having to bear with sluggish pacing and all kinds of boring!
And this month's content ends with Mack and Tackle. Single finger salutes ahoy!
Shocking revelation of the Transformers' origins in part 4 of The Five Faces of Darkness! Well, they would've been twenty two years ago.
Rescue Jan! This I command!
And The Five Faces of Darkness continues, but seriously, it's an awful way to start a season.
I really should get back into proof-reading stuff, as The Tanker Hijack Operation had was a Tanker Theft before I fixed it. Hurf.
And the Starscream saga draws to a close with Ghost in the Machine.
Dual exclamation marks in Attack the Shuttle Base!!.
Starscream's Ghost pales in comparison to Ghost in the Machine, in my view, but I think that's just because how I prefer Scourge over Cyclonus.
The New Warrior, Hellbat is where the series starts picking up, apparently! And Thief in the Night actually works now. It's becoming a bad habit just not uploading these things.
Alternating between the two, season 3 getting Thief in the Night.
Back to Victory with The Underground City of Terror, which is an awesome title.
And the second part, which features a million explosions.
The first part of The Five Faces of Darkness is up, and boy, is it a good way of turning people away from season 3.
Chaos is up, season 3 has a mild reorganising, and there's a few new Headmasters dub videos.
Brief break from Victory to work in the season 3 coverage of the American show, with The Killing Jar. To think we used to only cover video game cartoons! I'm not sure which is more nerdy.
I think this exclamation mark gag is wearing thin, so let's just mention that Explosion!! The Energy Base is up and leave it at that.
Infiltration... The Uranium Mine surprisingly doesn't have an exclamation mark in it, so phew.
See what I mean? Another exclamation mark in the subsequent episode. Despicable.
Transformers Victory really loves exclamation marks, as hinted by Unite!! Multiforce.
Attack! Leozack! Which was spelt as Leozak from some episode guide place I found but apparently that's not right.
I've honestly run out of ways to say there's a new Transformers Victory episode up, and I haven't even got far.
Three days later and Galvatron has more goods in the form of Transformers Victory. To think it once took months for us to get some new content!
Intro and characters for the G.I. Joe movie, plus four new Headmasters dub videos.
And G.I. Joe: The Movie ends with the final part. Not like it'd end with an intermission.
Global terror resumed in part 3 of the G.I. Joe movie.
We interrupt global terror for jawsome hip-happenings in the One-Offs section!
Part 2 of the G.I. Joe movie is up.
Now, who expected this to crop? Seriously.
Also info and character page for Transformers, and character pages for the Sonic and Street Fighter Alpha movies too.
And with The Ultimate Doom, part 3, the first season of Transformers is finished.
The Ultimate Doom, part 2 is up. Nearly finished!
And War of the Dinobots features more toys to advertise.
The Ultimate Doom, part 1 is available for reading. It's pretty nuts!
S.O.S. Dinobots is up. I'm out of interesting update lines.
Divide and Conquer is up for reading!
I was hoping for The Ultimate Doom to be finished by the time I made this, but evidently not. Countdown to Extinction is up! Also new dub video and Cammy Must Die gets one too.
Two more dub videos.
New Headmasters dub video.
Street Fighter's Cammy and the Bachelor has two new videos!
A Plague of Insecticons rises from the depths to be today's update.
And here's Fire on the Mountain. Kinda ruins the drama having it uploaded immediately after his "death," but it isn't the first time we've not cared!
Fire in the Sky is today's episode. Had to resort to YouTube, of all things, to get the images because my DVD sucks. D:
Continuity be damned, Heavy Metal War is up!
Due to lack of talking the matter over, Galvatron and I both wrote coverage for Roll For It. So I ignored picking favourites and put up both. Check 'em out!
Shockwave actually appears for more than a minute in Transport to Oblivion!
And the third part of what started UTTER MADNESS is up.
More Than Meets The Eye, part 2 is up for viewing.
Transformers; not the Japan-only series or the movie, but the series; has it's first episode covered.
If this update comes as any surprise, then where have you been?
Just experimenting with a new main page layout, as I found the jump-to links to be ugly and scrolling manually was a long way just to see Captain N, so let's see if this works well!
Curse of the Lion Men finally has it's video back, and there are four Headmasters dub videos!
Lesson learnt: I will never say "finally" ever again, because I forgot about the storyboard coverage for the Transformers movie.
Transformers: Scramble City has received some coverage!
And finally, an FAQ for the movie.
Transformers: The Movie now has the video releases covered in the Versions section, there's a new Headmasters dub video, and the Street Fighter episode Final Fight has a video.
The Marvel Comics adaptation of Transformers: The Movie is covered in today's update.