Su, Rodrick (email@example.com)
Fri, 3 Dec 1999 07:37:52 -0800
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Federico Makabenta [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <BlazeEagle@aol.com>
> > http://www.dp9.com/SonyDeal.htm
> > Here's the address to the Press Release for the Heavy
> Gear animated
> > It sounds very promising. It sounds like it will not be
> "dumbed down" for
> > kids. I hope this holds true when its released sometime in 2000. I'd
> > it'll come out around Sept. 2000, just in time for the new
> US Television
> > season.
> > I am excited to see what the series and toys will be
> like. I hope the
> > figures come with a removeable, poseable pilot, to stand
> beside the Gear
> > he/she pilots, on my shelf. They will be made by Bandai and
> you know they
> > will make Gear figures. Bandai's stuff is usually pretty good.
> > The series will be 40 episodes, I may have already said
> that, though.
> > Gundam Wing in 2000, an Heavy Gear series in 2000. Its
> going to be the
> > of the mecha in the US! :) Hope the Heavy Gear series is
> more mature then
> > lot of US cartoons. All I can say is, Bring on the Mecha!
> Bandai's LICENSE!!! Yahoo... :)
I keep on wondering why Bandai needs to license Heavy Gear for animation?
They own AT Votoms, which inspired Heavy Gear. If anything, just re-animate
AT Votoms and you will probably get better result.
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