If you’ve kept your television set to G4, you’ve come across Iron Man and Wolverine anime style. This is a new endeavor by Marvel to broaden their reach and to re-interest the Japanese people. Whilst these anime will tackle some Marvel staples such as Iron Man, Blade, Wolverine, and the X-Men, don’t look for your favorite stories brought to screen – Marvel has apparently given Madhouse “free reign” to adapt the characters as they wish. Madhouse includes the creative minds between Vampire Hunter D (omfg fantastic), Paprika, and Tokyo Tribes to give you an idea of what quality to expect.
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At first glance the movie looks great. Tekken was supervised by Youchi Mori, who is known for Appleseed, and the screenplay was written by Dai Sato, who has worked on projects like Cowboy Bebop; Sato is also a fan of the Tekken series. Based on these two people alone, I would say so far there is a good foundation for the movie to be a success. If you also take into account the voice actors such as Kyle Hebert, who plays Kazuya Mishima, he is also best known for the character Ryu from Street Fighter. Kyle has also worked on several anime titles like Gurren Lagann and Dragon Ball Z Kai. Cristina Valenzuela also lends her voice talents as Alisa Bosconovitch, and while Cristina is not new to the voice acting world, she played the role of Noel Vermillion from BlazBlue. She has also played her part in the anime world by working on such titles as Blade of the Immortal and K-On! . With this line up I would say I expected the movie to be amazing. The voice acting for the most part was on point but it did have its cheesy one liners and some almost painful moments. (more…)
Tekken: Blood Vengeance is right around the corner!!!! Its theatrical debut is scheduled for July 26,2011 in North America. Although I will not be at the premiere in L.A. where one gets the chance to play Tekken Tag 2 (grr), I will be attending a local showing! (more…)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part two is the end of an era. Any way you look at it, J.K. Rowling has touched the lives of millions. We at IHOGeek have also been captured by this spell and here is how it touched some of us. (more…)
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