Andrew Dynon (email@example.com)
Wed, 21 Feb 2001 18:05:41 +1100
At 01:31 PM 2/20/01 +0800, you wrote:
>>*smacks zhou tai an on the head*
>>you never came across danguard ace?
>No, and my excuse it - IT'S NOT IN SUPER ROBOT WARS! ^_^
>>the show with characters taken straight out of yamato
>>and the 500 feet tall, 5000 ton bot that transforms
>>into a flyer which should fly like a brick but
>>doesn't? (er ok, that's a lousy ad for danguard, but
>>hey, i don't get paid for it, hehe)
>Doesn't exactly make me want to watch it, no. ^_^
>>danguard ace, 56 ep (i think), produced by toei, and
>>was adopted as part of the "force five" anime package
>>(jim terry something, off the top of my head) that
>>also featured starvengers (getta robo g), gaiking,
>>grandizer, and spacekeeters (starzingers, another
>>matsumoto work...which i actually severely
>>dislike...). it ran from mondays to fridays, one show
Actually, I'm familiar with Danguard Ace from some issues of the old Marvel
"Shogun Warriors" comic, which featured Danguard Ace, Brave Rydeen and
Combattra V teamed together. Not that I expect that to have any relevance
whatsoever to the anime.
Watt-Evans' Law of Literary Creation: There is no idea so stupid or
hackneyed that a sufficiently-talented writer can't get a good story out of
Feist's Corollary: There is no idea so brilliant or original that a
sufficiently-untalented writer can't screw it up.
Morrison's Corollary: There is no idea that a sufficiently-talented writer
has made into a good story that can't become annoying in the sequels.
Holliday's Corollary: There is no plot so stunningly original that a
journalist can't make it sound hackneyed.
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